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DA ILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol 41 -- No. 245 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- December 31, 1985


More terrorism declared against America


.i PI) The group that is
believed to be holding six
,Anericans and four Frenchmen hostage in Lebanaon says it will kidnap more people in 1986. It says it will carry out more anti-American suicide bombings in the new
year as well.
The group calls itself
"Islamic Jihad", or Islamic Holy War, and is believed to be made up of Shiite Moslems loyal to Iran. It is the same group that claimed responsi-


bility for the 1983 and 1984
bombing of U.S. Embassy buildings and Marine headquarters in Beirut. It made its latest threats today in a communique to a western news agency in Beirut.
In the same message,
Islamic Jihad said it would strike at Israeli targets
"all over the world." The group further charged that Turkey had helped implement Israeli and U.S. policies in
the Mideast, and threatened


_Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: During the DEFEX evacuation, the personnel being processed through McCalla Hanger were not allowed to get back onboard the bus once processed, even though the bus was enroute to the general vicinity of my base quarters and was empty! Why can't we be allowed to get back onboard?

Response: As disrupting as the evacuation exercises are to Guantanamo Bay families, we all share the realization that they are an essential aspect of our lives during our time onboard. During the non-combatant acuation portion of a DEFEX, the primary goal is to first get all our evacuees out of housing as rapidly as possible, to the debarkation points, before we turn our attentions fully to getting everyone back home.
Weeks before the actual evacuation scenerio, the various bus runs are mapped out and "target" pick up times selected, in an effort to attain the smoothest operation possible.
"Dry runs" before the
exercise are also made to


come up with a workable, but tight schedule.
Drivers are under strict orders not to deviate from this chronology, as to do so,
even if it may seem a minor deviation to an evacuee, would disrupt and set back the whole military operation.
Obviously, if COMNAVBASE was blessed with a limitless supply of. buses we could
consider "holding" the buses in order to take everyone immediately home following
processing, this unfortunatley, is not the case.
It is important to always
remember that our efforts in having the evacuation exercises is not so much to see how quickly we can get all of us back home, but train for an actual base evacuation, whereby all
evacuees are moved out of housing to the various departure points to embark upon simulated aircraft,
ships, etc.
If viewed with this
perspective in mind, our efforts now will pay big dividends in the future, should any emergency ever actually arise.


to attack eight Turkish embassies in the Mideast and Europe.
The communique says Islamic Jihad has "militants who are ready to die in the name of God." It warns that bomb attacks, kidnappings and assassinations will continue unless the United States
"stops interferring into the home affairs of the Arab nations and suporting the Israeli aggressors."
Islamic Jihad says its high command decided to
continue the attacks at a meeting on November 25. It did not say where the meeting was held.

U.S. Ambassador

sends thanks

for disastor aid

On December 24, a gas
cylinder, which was being used to fill balloons, exploded in an uptown shopping plaza in Kingston, Jamaica.
At the time, the plaza was filled with people doing their last minute Christmas shopping.
Three Jamaicans were killed
at the scene and 22 others were critically injured. Contact with Prime Minister Edward Seaga revealed an
immediate need for medical supplies to treat the
injured, a number of whom suffered amputated limbs in the blast.
At my request, members of the U.S. Defense Attache Office, U.S. Embassy, Kingston, established contact with your duty officer and
relayed the urgent need for medical supplies. Within just
a few hours, the requested emergency medical supplies
were being delivered to the surgical staff at Kingston Public Hospital.
Due to your quick response, most of the Jamaicans injured in the explosion, some of whom were children, are now reported to be in stable condition.
On behalf of the prime minister of Jamaica, the injured personnel and their families, I wish to convey my sincerest appreciation to you
and the involved members of your various commands for the immediate support provided in response to our request for emergency medical supplies.
Your combined efforts in this moment of need reflect great credit on the U.S. Navy and have served to strengthen relations between the United
States and Jamaica. Anbassordor M. Sotirhos


Capt. Condon

says thanks

Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE also wants to extend a special thanks to all the folks who were involved with the speedy airlift of medical supplies to Jamaica.
The medical staff did an outstanding job, and the folks at the Naval Air Station also deserve a special "well done!"


Around the globe


Winnie Mandela Is Freed Again
(AP)--South African black activist Winnie Mandela has been freed on bail, but it is not clear if she'll again
defy the government and try to stay in Johannesburg. Mrs. Mandela was arrested yesterday when she returned to Johannesburg frnm Cape Town and tried to go to her home. She spent the night in jail. Mrs. Mandela has been ordered to appear in court again January 22.

Cold Front In The South
(UPI) -- 1985 is going out on a bitter note. A new cold front is chilling the South, dropping temperatures to 28 degrees at Tallahassee. Snow showers have been blamed for traffic accident that killed five in Utah. The eight inches of snow in Utah is blamed for more than 100 accidents. Winds of up to 63 miles per hour are reported to have blown a truck off a highway in South Dakota.

Soviet Told To Leave
(UPI) -- A Soviet woman who's waited eleven years for permission to join her American husband says she has
been told to pick up her exit visa, but Crina McClellan says authorities have not yet given permission for her 26-year-old daughter to leave. McClellan says she won't leave her daughter behind.

Falcon Crest Star Sentenced
(UPI) -- Robert Foxworth, a star of television's "Falcon Crest," was sentenced to two days in jail for drunk driving. He also was fined $800. A Napa, Calif., judge ordered Foxworth to attend an educational program for drunken drivers. Foxworth was arrested in July and pleaded guilty.

Flood Keeps People From Homes
(AP) -- More than 100 people in Michigan are being kept from their homes because of floodwaters caused by ice dams on the Saint Clair River. Officials have warned residents of low-lying communities that high water and ice, followed by spring thawing, could extend flooding
into May or June.

Drug Tip Line Ringing Up Success
(AP) -- U.S. Customs Service officials say a drug "tip line" is ringing up success in Florida, and will be expanded next month to Georgia and South Carolina. So
far, the tip line has generated 508 calls and produced 22 investigations. A spokesman says agents believe tips are coning from drug smugglers apparently squealing on each other to cut out competition.

Ring In The New Year
(UPI) -- It is time to get ready to ring in the new year in a big way at midnight tonight. Two hundred fifty-two thousand people will jam New York's Time's Square and millions more Americans will be out celebrating across the country.


Sports glimps


Basketball
(UPI) -- Denver forward Alex English seems to save his best performances for Houston. English scored 42 points last night as the Nuggets edged the Rockets 125-122, a win that pulled Denver within a half-game of Houston in the NBA's Midwest Division. In two previous games against Houston this season, English scored 36 and 54 points. Elsewhere, Milwaukee defeated Detroit, 121-100, Boston routed the Los Angeles Clippers, 125-103, Utah snapped a five-game losing skid with a 107-105 victory
over Seattle, the New Jersey Nets beat the Knicks, 123-111, Chicago topped Cleveland 121-117, Indiana downed Washington 97-80, Portland ended San Antonio's five-game winning streak by beating the Spurs 125-110, and Philadelphia got by Sacramento 87-84.

Hockey
(UPI) -- The Los Angeles Kings have Winnipeg's number so far this season. Tiger Williams scored twice in a 40-second span last night and the Kings turned back the Jets 4-2. The Kings are unbeaten in four games against the Jets this year.

Red Wings
(AP) -- The NHL's Detroit Red Wings have a new head
coach. The Wings yesterday fired Harry Neale, and replaced him with former NHL defenseman Brad Park.
Neale had a record of eight wins, 23 losses and four
ties this year in Detroit.


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For your information


Beach Party -- There will be a "Chicano Get
Together" Saturday, Jan. 4, noon, Kittery Beach,
Cabanas 19 and 20. Singles bring drinks and chips, and married couples bring a covered dish. For more
information, call Jim or Sylvia, 3742 AWH.

Lyceums Holiday Special -- "ET" will be showing at
the different lyceums and clubs until Sunday, Jan. 5.


Fil-Am Club -- The Fil-Am Club will hold its general
meeting/potluck luncheon on Jan. 5, 1 p.m. On the agenda is election of officers and planning of the
February Induction Ball. Everyone is requested to
attend this meeting. For more information, call 2908
AWH or 2601 DWH or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH.

Petty Officer Indoctrination Course -- The Petty
Officer Indoctrination Course will be conducted from Wednesday, Jan. 8 through Fri. Jan. 10 at the Naval Station Family Service Center Training Room, located on Admin Hill. For more information, contact NAVSTA Admin, 4511/4723.

Black History Month Play -- Auditions for James Baldwin's "Amen Corner" will be held Jan. 8 and 9, 7 p.m., in the old high school's band room, by the Chapel. This play will be presented in February to help celebrate Black History Month. For further information, call Sophia, 3480; or Cookie, 3637.

Museum -- Progress on the Guantanamo Bay Museum, now located in the Library, is coming along on schedule. Thanks to the community's donations, the rooms are being filled once again. From a Cuban cigarette box to an old eating utensil, donations are being brought to the museum weekly. Your continued support will give Gtmoniams a place to step back into GTMO's history. A special thanks to Mary Fetterman, Harold Nichols, Doug Murphy, Larry Johnson, Aston Wright, and Walter Allen for donating hours of their free time on the special jobs which were needed. Want to get involved? Call Cookie, 3637.

Pre-teen Club -- The Pre-teen Club is having a horseback riding event Wednesday, Jan. 15. They will be riding to the Golf Shack for a snack, then returning to the Corral. The cost will be $3 for horse rental. For reservations, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450 by Sunday, Jan. 12.




GTMO' s Athletics

Diving -- Santa has come to Guantanamo Bay to teach the first 1986 Open Water Diver Course starting Friday, Jan. 3, for only $100. Also an Advanced Open Water Diver Course starts Thursday, Dec. 26, $65. For further information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor, 3550 AWH, 4947 DWH.

Diving -- Reef Raiders sponsored scuba dive for divers 18 years old and under meet at the Reef Raiders Dive Club Thursday, Jan. 2, 8:30 a.m. Call Keith Mattson for information, 3550 AWH or 4947 DWH.


Bowl Bowl Day -- On New Year's Day on Windward, from noon until the games are over, the football games will
be showing on the monitors above the lanes. Watch the "Bowls" while bowling!

Bowl In 1986 - On New Year's Day on Leeward the
Leeward Bowling Center will be open 1 - 9:30 p.m., $3
for all day bowling for unaccompanied military, includes a beverage. Leeward Centers will be closed on
Thursday, Leeward Jan. 2.

Golf -- There will be a New Year's Day Low Net Par 54 Tournament, for all golfers, 9 a.m., full handicap, $5. Golf carts will be $5, if in the tournament. There will
be 50 percent off of green fees for unaccompanied military only.







------ DAILY GAETTE--------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN............... Camander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Chydr. Rick Fischer,USN"''"...........Public Affairs Officer
JOl Stace B inton .............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil 1ilseau, USN...........................ManainBEtor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN.......................... Assistant Eitor
Mrs. NancV Valdes ....................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efixmoff....................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and requlations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. TheD daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Na Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. 'The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or
Ctmander, U.S. Naval Base.


R&R Schedule


All fliqhts will be on C-12s with six seats available.


Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan.
Jan. Jan. Feb.


NAVSTA MARBKS NAS BCT/UIC
FTG W-10
USNH NSGA S IMA NEX WTS


2
3 -6 3-6 6 -8
8 - 10 15
17 - 21 17 - 21 17 - 21 21 - 23 27 - 29 29 - 31 31
31 - Feb. 3 3-5


Port Au Prince D/S Santo Domingo Montego Bay Puerta Plata Providenciales Kingston Nassau Santo Domingo Montego Bay Pueta Plata Grand Cayman Montego Bay Port Au Prince D/S Montego Bay Grand Cayman


Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb.
Feb. Feb.


Command R + R Coordinators

YNC Park
Sgt. Maj. Cropper
YNI Bray
DMI Franks YNI Baggett
ADCM Grudzinski
HM2 Goodwin
Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland
HT2 Armstrong
Mrs. Wilson
Ms. Stamrich


5-7 6 -7
7 - 10 7 - 10 10 - 12 12 - 14 12
14 - 18 18 - 21 18 - 20 21 - 24 24
25 - 28 25 - 27 27
28 - March


4511/1 2114/39 6398/XX 2300/44
4272/21 6210/XX 4207/42 3215/40 4362/13 4355/7 2265/29


Note:
1. NAVSTA includes NAVBASE, JARC, NAVSTA NHCB DET and PWD.
2. NAS includes NAS, AC OP DET and NAV WX SVC.
3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, BRIG, EOD DET, SATCOM, BCT,
NLSOD, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, Print Shop, PSD
and NBSP6.
4. HOSP includes HOSP, Dental and Veterinary Clinic.
5. NSGA includes NSGA and Co. "L".



Dance, dance, dance ....

Want to dance? The Dance Factory presented their Christmas Program over the holidays and was enjoyed by the community. Dancers ranged in ages from six-yearolds to 16-year-olds. Anyone wishing to join the Dance Group can call Lynne Anderson (featured right), the instructor and coordinator, 3477, for more information.












Huskies win

Freedom Bowl


(AP) -- Two Big Eight teams came up short last night in a
pair of bowl games on either side of the country,
In Jacksonville,
eighteenth-ranked Florida State slugged past nineteenth-ranked Oklahoma State 34-23. The Seminols
went into the game without their top three receivers, however sophomores Herb Gainer and Randy White stepped in to provide 11 catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns.
FSU quarterback Chip Ferguson had 338 yards throwing, and scored one
touchdown on a one-yard run. Tony Smith provided most of the ground attack with 201 yards on 24 carries.
The Cowboys got a lot of offense from quarterback
Ronnie Williams and tailback Thurman Thomas. Williams
passed for 251 yards, Thomas ran for 97, and they threw scoring passes to each other. Hart Lee Dykes caught eight of Williams' passes for 104
yards.
At the Freedom Bowl in
:Anaheim, Calif., Washington


held off Colorado 20-17. The Buffaloes had a chance to take the lead with five minutes left in the game, but a fumble at the Washington two-yard line ended that scoring threat.
The Huskies built their lead on short touchdown runs by David Toy and Tony Covington, and a pair of field goals by Jeff Jaeger.


Kingston
Montego Bay
Kinston
La Romana
Santo Domingo Puerta Plata'
Port Au Prince D/S
Puerta Plata
Providenciales
San Domingo Puerta Plata
Port Au Prince
Kingston
Santo Domingo
Port Au Prince D/S
3 Grand Cayman


Don't mix

your drugs

and alcohol

(AFPS) -- The number of deaths and injuries due to alcohol-related motor vehicle accidents is well documented. What safety experts do not know is precisely how many drugged drivers are causing accidents.
The National Safety Councij
estimates that for everyl1 alcohol-related accidentO6 there is approximately one arrest for driving under the influence of another drug.
Medications for pain relief, motion sickness, head colds, and allergy symptoms, as will as barbituates, narcotics and other drugs, can act on the same brain areas as alcohol.
If you are taking any of those kinds of medications, consider these safety tips:
* Ask you doctor or pharmacist if it is safe to drive after taking a prescribed or over-the-counter drug, and then follow the advice.
* Read the label for a warning of potentially adverse effects.
* Ask what the effects would be if you consumed alcholic beverages while using the medication.





Thanks!

Dear Lt. Rogelio Gozum

On behalf of myself and
others of the Guantanamo Bay community, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the tremendous job you did in providing the community on this base with various ethnic kinds of food that
were not sold at this Commissary for many, many
years.
You never hesitated to
try new food items. Your attitude was always positive, and you always said, "If it does not sell, Mirtha will buy it
all."
Lt. Gozum, we will miss
you. Thank you again for the outstanding job you did here at Cuba's Commissary for all the
community.T m
Mirtha Thomas


2 Daily Gazette Tuesday, December 31, 1,985





Fa il Sev4 Center'



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QUAN A ovember-December 198~5



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for

Aren' ealay great Jutiaiefmle latchkey kids

on teirparnt'slap, gandarens wtchng information & Referral Specialist.
as chlrnoe rsns n oy and happiness At home and. all alone. Latchkey children, exudng romeverones fce.so called because many wear a .key around their
Te re is onl one ctht allo hs necks, were first identified in the 19th century., seTheir numbers inrae n te1970's with the Aftr iagiing thee gla vensnomtie increase in working mothers and single parents.

tc upo Th nube oe dfiut n adigI recent magazine article e, being alane ah hoidy l e ithfat htthe are most ranked as the most frightening experience for

uneasonable. Many horror stories have' surfaced Le' t ak k ut moment to recently on missing and abused children.
examne ur magnaton.Teaching children how to, use the telephone iid d th d s bu correctly is one' important step i the right gn dd a th kid, ut direction. Keeping a' list of important numbers ad neihos Th en0r posted by the phone at all times is smart too. omtw gang. So her we As, if it is possible, have your children call hae ll ths nfrmtion you a work when' they are safely home. You anid abu how gra iti obour child will feel more secure. wit you family and most
miliary peole smpl canotEmergency plans are another security measure. bewt hir famile on every hoiday. Loo These emergency plans wil~l help~ children respond whr iiar peapl are sttind Many of quickly anid rationally to~ any situation. Tell tem ae living oveas; many of them ar living you children what to do in case of fire, injuron orna iiayisaltos n ay ae or, burglary. 'Teach 'thm how~ to handle 'strangers livnginciilancommniies across th nation who approach them as well. Goig over these
no vn ner a iitar instalatin; much les plan is just as important as making ttaem, so
ther hmeown. olda un through' every~ once and awhile.
WHYDO EOPE ,GETTH HOIDA BLESIfy ou don'tt ;want the neighborhood children in yur ome henyou' are not there, tell your Beies big separaed from loved oes,> children. Dont't let them kInow~ after the fact.
th rasn eolege epresed often has a lt If yoa teach 'your- children how to use appliances
tod ith thei fml and cidhood experiences and to fix, simple nutritious-~ snacks safely, it
oftehlda*esn Sometime we build it w ill give you a comfortable' feeling, 'as w~ell
up s muh, t jus cantb as good as wewnt ao know that your cide a adetesle
i.safely. ch nCnhnude 01e1 s yesC

no agContinued on page 2

GT FAILY SERVICECENTER'
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MAN SERWES 41L Unocking solutions

4#P 4RE ISS4 fconinued fromI page one0

Joyc Machersn, M .Eprt say tht many 12 year Old~s and some 10 an 11,can care fr themnselves for short I oud ik o ak tisoportny to perids of time. One researcher~ found that 25%
inrdc o oto ne ebr of the Fail of third gades had serious trouble coping with

Eleni n srngrtoou omuity She and COMNBVASEGTMO INSTRUCTION 5000.2 states
hrhsadJm(h Libain tW.T Sampson "Minor children under the age of ten, returning
Jr/r ig Shol)hae ee hresince 1970. hiome from school , must be responsibly supervised TheFichr'san teirsi cildenhye ex peri- wen tey reach home b~y a person 14 years old
ence evry ace of TMOlif! Elenwas born orole.

frmteCleg fGetFal1s in Great 'Falls, The base library hasp a b~ook, "The Handbook Monan. lln astechng 00oo in Adak when for Lathkey Cildren andi Their Parents" by Lynette
sheme hrhsbnd Togeter they have seen and Thomas Long, that miight give information th
Alaka 'Engan, rane, Spin, Bermuda, arid would be of assistance in. helping your family.
Cua. He hbbese cookn n d sewing. Wle
feel~ ~ ~ thtEln rnsawelho nowledge Kcey Advise.... It is unwise to have your
An xeine t ne of u ot important child wear the key on a necklace. Strangers
services. coud pick up on te idea that the child is going home to a ouse that is probably empty. Also, Ourneeststff eer is 2 Tracy Izzio. the ky could get inthe way at play -,including
Pet ficrIzo wsbrn inAthens, Georgia. banging teeth! You may want to purchase a small Sh a be ssociatedwt the military all pouch like the ones runners use that attach her ~ ~ ~ liea*e ftei a thirty-year Air to sneaker laces Always keep an extra key with
Fore ffce. N2 Iziograduated from R.E. a neighbor. (No hiding keys under the mat).
LeeIntiut, amiitryschool, ii Thomaston, Losinq a key can be very upsetting for your Georia. Shejoi e h Navy in 198.1 and has 'child. Help your child when he feels upset and
hadtous i PesaclaLitleCreek and NAS praise him for hianding a situation alone.

Did Izowo iscrety stationed aboard Studies show~ that many latchkey children
theUS Senadoh AD-4)ou ofNofok. YN2 are more self-rel~ian~t and better trained to handle 0 zio is a sotenhiatwo enjoys 'all sports emergencies when they are forced to rely on them,u admit tat 1aktbl is he favorte. We selves.

Material for this article was gathered f~p Wih headitonofou newi staff members newsletters fromn Family Service Center, Nay
we wih to bi awl to our departing staff Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, and Newsline froml
-ebers Thns toVerna Kearney and Linda Kings Bay, Georgia. Emnds for a jo el dn. Veron ica as our




Missspi ROT inOfr, Mississippi. Fair FAILY1 SERVI1CE CE~NTER
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FBPO NORFOLK, VA 23593
Th is publication~ is not an official publiation
of the United States~ Navy. Opinions and
WATDIstatements are personal views of the
N E<
Cus an Orgifza' c ,ontributors k
T E F m l ervice-e t r .................... Director
in poyce A. MacPherson ............ Deputy Director
is in eed ofupdati Frank >Williams...Family Assistant Specialist nT n If you beYN2 Tracy izzio.............. Military Affairs
b 0 0 Susan M. Byrd .........Program Coordinator
to cubororanzaio11 Ellen Fischer .......Information & Referral t~an th pr sid nt r p i .................... I.........Secretary
doe chngeplese allHelp us help you. comments and ideas are 414/413 ad iveus hialways welcomed at the Family 2Service Center.5 Stpin at building 2135 (located on
Sinormtio. Mny eope administration Hill) or call 114114153 during
d r. wor ing hor s. ON F

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On top of ti, we have every brand of family in te boks Se ifyoufit one of these:

TW~O P~ARENT FAILES, with one of the 'parents temporarily away from home because of military

TWO PARENT FAMILIES, both home for~ the hol iday >season, but the Duty Watch Bill hasn't been posted

SINGLE PARENT FAMILIES, who may or may not have'famil~y support as the season approaches.
COUPLES WITHOUT CHILDREN, who wjil not b In mst ase, mlitry fmiles aveleaned able to be home this year - again.
tocoe it testesesan ifcute [hat SIN~GLE PEOPLE in the military, who make
ofte acopn h las u c ad hpineso up about half of the Armed Forces-SOME SEEM TO
thee secil ocason. Sccesfu miitry HANDLE THE HOLIDAY SEASON QUITE WELL.


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fo feel of fs io thean whotry migh belda sea.sTeonli~y~es
willon cm an wewl alg e thog it someepw sent yu owpn f aiy tradition asmehnd,
Her ar afewhits orsinle arntsonhanlig sea~i l tehnatn you can hepa nolitays ar. il it
( ti saso. Bu, it conains some goo peo l ar eole a fae wy roms their
advise~~ famllo u.bilisg stabiit tor theirns times.Sm fmle

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the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~w hoias ahrthnjsaltigfhmhppn K t tem tolu e u t iarth of ltle pridyeaaton.
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Al rograms ar ree and open to all base residns. Regitrton closes two days prior



Chil Safty POUSE INFORMATI 'ON

SaudaNoebe ,10:1am. a215p.mi. S E M IN A R .

To icrae uli wareess of child safety, Wdnesda~y and Friday, Novemiber 13 and 15,
fnepritn 1f chlre for parents' personal 6:30-9:0p m reord and hlflinfataion for bot children ad parns wl be avalable Come anytime Aspouses' indoctrinatizon to life in Guantanamo
betwen tese wo hurs.Bay will be presented in two evenings. Personnel base wide will provide information concerning their commjand activity. All military and civilian
Mom0 Sup ortGr up dependent spouses are encouraged to attend. Watch Ever Wenesday mornin from :00-10:15a.m. for further details in the Gazette and on flyers.

Thi grup s or mtes of children from infancy thoug ten years od. It helps participants
betrudertnd teir relationship> with~ their
chl n ow ato ipov it. Concerns and problems
of prenhoodarediscussed. Outings with thePr c i a chidre are inldedas partof thegroup eper ence. Bring your peschoolers with you.



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DA ILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol 41 -Mo. 24 5 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -December 31, 1985 More terrorism declared against America UPI) The group that is u.Oie'ed to he holding six Amricans and four Frenchmen hostage in Lebanaon says it will kidnap more people in 1986. It says it will carry out more anti-American suic ide bombings in the new year as well. The group calls itself "Islamic Jihad", or Islamic Holy War, and is believed to be made up of Shiite Moslems loyal to Iran. It is the same group that claimed responsibility for the 19 bombing of U.S. buildings an headquarters inE made its latest th in a communique to news agency in Bei In the same Islamic Jihad sa strike at Israel "all over the wo group further ch Turkey had helped Israeli and U.S. p the Mideast, and Captain's Hotli Inquiry: During the DEFEX evacuation, the personnel being processed through McCalla Hanger were not allowed to get back onboard the bus once processed, even though the bus was enroute to the general vicinity of my base quarters and was empty! Why can't we be allowed to get back onboard? Response: As disrupting as the evacuation exercises are to Guantanamo Bay families, we all share the realization that they are an essential aspect of our lives during our time onboard. During the non-combatant evacuation portion of a DEFEX, the primary goal is to first get all our evacuees out of housing as rapidly as possible, to the debarkation points, before we turn our attentions fully to getting everyone back home. Weeks before the actual evacuation scenario, the various bus runs are mapped out and "target" pick up times selected, in an effort to attain the smoothest operation possible. "Dry runs" before the exercise are also made to come up with a wo tight schedule. Drivers are on orders not to dev this chronology, a even if it may se deviation to an would disrupt and the whole military Obviously, ifC was blessed with supply of. buses consider "holding' in order to take immediately home processing, this ley, is not the cas It is important remember that ourE having the ev exercises is not see how quickly w all of us back train for an ac evacuation, whe evacuees are mo housing to the departure points upon simulated ships, etc. If viewed wi perspective in efforts now wi. dividends in th should any emerg actually arise. 83 and L984 to attack eight Turkish .Embassy ambassios in the Mideast and d Marine Europe. Beirut. It The communique says reats today Islamic Jibed has "militants a western who are reedy to die in the rut. name of God." It warns that message, bomb attacks, kidnapping and id it would assassinations will continue li targets unless the United States rld." The "stops interfering into the arged that home affairs of the Arab implement nations and supporting the olicies in Israeli aggressors." threatened Islamic Jihad saysits high command decided to continue the attacks at a atingaon November 25. It did not say where the meeting has held. U.S. Ambassador sends thanks for disaster aid On December 24, a gas cylinder, which was being sed to fill balloons, afor disasto, Jaaica loded in an uptown shopping t the time, the plaza was filled with people doing r heir last minute Christmas ia f hrom 22 others aere critically injured. Contact with Prime Minister Edwad Sagarevealed an imedad nedormedical supplies to treat the 1 injured, a number of whom suffered amputated limbs in :. the blast. u At my request, members of sheU.S. Defense Attache office, U.S. Embassy, weingston, established contact _____ with your duty officer and relayed the urgent need for medical supplies. Within just 00 emergency medical supplies y were being delivered to the o surgical staff at Kingston Public Hospital. Due to your guick response, -most of the Jamaicans injured in the explosion, some of ine whom were children, are now S reported to be in stable condition. rkable, but On behalf of the prime minister of Jamaica, the der strict injured personnel and their viate from families, I wish to convey my a to do so, sincerest appreciation to you em a minor and the involved members of evacuee, your various commands for the t setback immediate support provided in operation, response to our request for lOMNAVBASEmergency medical supplies. limitless Your combined efforts in we could this moment of need reflect the buses great credit on the U.S. Navy everyone and have served to strengthen following relations between the United pnfortunatStates and Jamaica. se. IAmbassordor m. Sotirhos to always efforts in scumation Capt. Condon so mucittto ea cngtsays thanks home, but !tual base Capt. John Condon, reby all CDMNAVBASE also wants to aed out of extend a special thanks to various all the folks who were to embark involved with the speedy aircraft, airlift of medical supplies to Jamaica. ith this The medical staff did an mind, our outstanding job, and the 11 pay big folks at the Naval Air ae future, Station also deserve a Kency ever special "well done!" Around the globe Winnie Mandela Is Freed Again (AP)--South African black activist Winnie Mandela has been freed on bail, but it is not clear if she'll again defy the government and try to stay in Johannesburg. Mrs. Mandela was arrested yesterday when she returned to Johannesburg from Cape Town and tried to go to her home. She spent the night in jail. Mrs. Mandela has been ordered to appear in court again January 22. Cold Front In The South (UPI) -1985 is goirg out on a bitter note. A new cold front is chilling the South, dropping temperatures to 28 degrees at Tallahassee. Snow showers have been blamed for traffic accident that killed five in Utah. The eight inches of snow in Utah is blamed for more than 100 accidents. Winds of up to 63 miles per hour are reported to have blown a truck off a highway in South Dakota. Soviet Told To Leave (UPI) -A Soviet woman who's waited eleven years for permission to join her American husband says she has been told to pick up her exit visa, but Crina McClellan says authorities have not yet given permission for her 26-year-old daughter to leave. McClellan says she won't leave her daughter behind. Falcon Crest Star Sentenced (UPI) -Robert Foxworth, a star of television's "Falcon Crest," was sentenced to two days in jail for drunk driving. He also was fined $800. A Napa, Calif., judge ordered Foxworth to attend an educational program for drunken drivers. Foxworth was arrested in July and pleaded guilty. Flood Keeps People From Homes (AP) -More than 100 people in Michigan are being kept from their homes because of floodwaters caused by ice dams on the Saint Clair River. Officials have warned residents of low-lying coranunities that high water and ice, followed by spring thawing, could extend flooding into May or June. Drug Tip Line Ringing Up Success (AP) -U.S. Customs Service officials say a drug "tip line" is ringing up success in Florida, and will be expanded next month to Georgia and South Carolina. So far, the tip line has generated 508 calls and produced 22 investigations. A spokesman says agents believe tips are coming from drug smugglers apparently squealing on each other to cut out competition. Ring In The New Year (UPI) -It is time to get ready to ring in the new year in a big way at midnight tonight. Two hundred fifty-two thousand people will jam New York's Time's Square and millions more Americans will be out celebrating across the country. Sports glimps Basketball (UPI) -Denver forward Alex English seems to save his best performances for Houston. English scored 42 points last night as the Nuggets edged the Rockets 125-122, a win that pulled Denver within a half-game of Houston in the NBA's Midwest Division. In two previous games against Houston this season, English scored 36 and 54 points. Elsewhere, Milwaukee defeated Detroit, 121-100, Boston routed the Los Angeles Clippers, 125-103, Utah snapped a five-game losing skid with a 107-105 victory over Seattle, the New Jersey Nets beat the Knicks, 123-111, Chicago topped Cleveland 121-117, Indiana downed Washington 97-80, Portland ended San Antonio's five-game winning streak by beating the Spurs 125-110, and Philadelphia got by Sacramento 87-84. Hockey (UPI) -The Los Angeles Kings have Winnipeg's number so far this season. Tiger Williams scored twice in a 40-second span last night and the Kings turned back the Jets 4-2. The Kings are unbeaten in four games against the Jets this year. Red Wings (AP) -The NHL's Detroit Red Wings have a new head coach. The Wings yesterday fired Harry Neale, and replaced him with former NHL defenseman Brad Park. Neale had a record of eight wins, 23 losses and four ties this year in Detroit. EWW. .4. 0

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For your information Beach Party -There will be a "Chicano Get Together" Saturday, Jan. 4, noon, Kittery Beach, Cabanas 19 and 20. Singles bring drinks and chips, and married couples bring a covered dish. For more information, call Jim or Sylvia, 3742 AWH. Lyceums Holiday Special -"ET" will be showing at the different lyceuns and clubs until Sunday, Jan. 5. Fil-As Club -The Fil-Am Club will hold its general meeting/potluck luncheon on Jan. 5, 1 p.m. On the agenda is election of officers and planning of the February Induction Ball. Everyone is requested to attend this meeting. For more information, call 2908 AWH or 2601 DWH or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. Petty Officer Indoctrination Course -The Petty Officer Indoctrination Course will be conducted from Wednesday, Jan. 8 through Fri. Jan. 10 at the Naval Station Family Service Center Training Room, located on Admin Hill. For more information, contact NAVSTA Admin, 4511/4723. Black History Month Play -Auditions for James Baldwin's "Amen Corner" will be held Jan. 8 and 9, 7 p.m., in the old high school's band room, by the Chapel. This play will be presented in February to help celebrate Black History Month. For further information, call Sophia, 3480; or Cookie, 3637. Museum -Progress on the Guantanamo Bay Museum, now located in the Library, is coming along on schedule. Thanks to the community's donations, the rooms are being filled once again. From a Cuban cigarette box to an old eating utensil, donations are being brought to the museum weekly. Your continued support will give Gtmoniams a place to step back into GTMO's history. A special thanks to Mary Fetterman, Harold Nichols, Doug Murphy, Larry Johnson, Aston Wright, and Walter Allen for donating hours of their free time on the special jobs which were needed. Want to get involved? Call Cookie, 3637. Pre-teen Club -The Pre-teen Club is having a horseback riding event Wednesday, Jan. 15. They will be riding to the Golf Shack for a snack, then returning to the Corral. The cost will be $3 for horse rental. For reservations, call Margie Bolin, 3195 or 2450 by Sunday, Jan. 12. GTMO's Athletics Diving -Santa has come to Guantanamo Bay to teach the first 1986 Open Water Diver Course starting Friday, Jan. 3, for only $100. Also an Advanced Open Water Diver Course starts Thursday, Dec. 26, $65. For further information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor, 3550 AWH, 4947 DWH. Diving -Reef Raiders sponsored scuba dive for divers 18 years old and under meet at the Reef Raiders Dive Club Thursday, Jan. 2, 8:30 a.m. Call Keith Mattson for information, 3550 AWH or 4947 DWH. Bowl Bowl Day -On New Year' s Day on Windward, from noon until the games are over, the football games will be showing on the monitors above the lanes. Watch the "Bowls" while bowling! Bowl In 1986 -On New Year's Day on Leeward the Leeward Bowling Center will be open 1 -9:30 p.m., $3 for all day bowling for unaccompanied military, includes a beverage. Leeward Centers will be closed on Thursday, Leeward Jan. 2. Golf -There will be a New Year's Day Low Net Par 54 Tournament, for all golfers, 9 a.m., full handicap, $5. Golf carts will be $5, if in the tournament. There will be 50 percent off of green fees for unaccompanied military only. U. --------------DAILY GAZETTE--------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Cordon, USN.Ccmnarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Omdr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JOl Staceypyirgton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nail Gillebeau, USN.Managing Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor Mrs. Nancy Valdes Pr.cti. n.ecretary Mrs. IAnn-Elizabeth Eftimff .Production.Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the publicaffairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expanse on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. TIe opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Camander, U.S. Naval Base. R&R Schedule All flights will be on C-12s with six seats available. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. NAVSTA MARKS NAS BCT/UIC FTG C-10 US NH NSGA SIMA NEX WTS 2 3 -6 3 -6 6 -8 8 -10 15 17 -21 17 -21 17 -21 21 -23 27 -29 29 -31 31 31 -Feb. 3 -5 3 Port Au Prince D/S Santo Domingo Montego Bay Puerta Plata Providenciales Kingston Nassau Santo Domingo Montego Bay Pueta Plata Grand Cayman Montego Bay Port Au Prince D/S Montego Bay Grand Cayman Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Command R + R Coordinators YNC Park Sgt. Maj. Cropper YN1 Bray DM1 Franks YN1 Baggett ADCM Grudzinski HM2 Goodwin Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland HT2 Armstrong Mrs. Wilson Ms. Stammrich 56 77 10 12 12 14 18 18 21 24 25 25 27 28 7 7 10 10 -12 -14 -18 -21 -20 -24 -28 -27 -March 4511/1 2114/39 6398/XX 2300/44 4272/21 6210/XX 4207/42 3215/40 4362/13 4355/7 2265/29 Note: 1. NAVSTA includes NAVBASE, JARCC, NAVSTA NHCB DET and PWD. 2. NAS includes NAS, AC OP DET and NAV WX SVC. 3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, BRIG, EOD DET, SATCOMM, BCT, NLSOD, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, Print Shop, PSD and NBSP6. 4. HOSP includes HOSP, Dental and Veterinary Clinic. 5. NSGA includes NSGA and Co. "L". Dance, dance, dance. Want to dance? The Dance Factory presented their Christmas Program over the holidays and was enjoyed by the community. Dancers ranged in ages from six-yearolds to 16-year-olds. Anyone wishing to join the Dance Group can call Lynne Anderson (featured right), the instructor and coordinator, 3477, for more information. Huskies win Freedom Bowl (AP) -Two Big Eight teams came up short last night in a pair of bowl games on either side of the country. In Jacksonville, eighteenth-ranked Florida State slugged past nineteenth-ranked Oklahoma State 34-23. The Seminols went into the game without their top three receivers, however sophomores Herb Gainer and Randy White stepped in to provide 11 catches for 235 yards and two touchdowns. FSU quarterback Chip Ferguson had 338 yards throwing, and scored one touchdown on a one-yard run. Tony Smith provided most of the ground attack with 201 yards on 24 carries. The Cowboys got a lot of offense from quarterback Ronnie Williams ard tailback Thurman Thomas. Williams passed for 251 yards, Thomas ran for 97, and they threw scoring passes to each other. Hart Lee Dykes caught eight of Williams' passes for 104 yards. At the Freedom Bowl in Anaheim, Calif., Washington held off Colorado 20-17. The Buffaloes had a chance to take the lead with five minutes left in the game, but a fumble at the Washington two-yard line ended that scoring threat. The Huskies built their lead on short touchdown runs by David Toy and Tony Covington, and a pair of field goals by Jeff Jaeger. Kingston Montego Bay Kinston La Romana Santo Domingo Puerta Plata Port Au Prince D/S Puerta Plata Providenciales San Domingo Puerta Plata Port Au Prince Kingston Santo Domingo Port Au Prince D/S 3 Grand Cayman Don't mix your drugs and alcohol (AFPS) -The number of deaths and injuries due to alcohol-related motor vehicle accidents is well documented. What safety experts do not know is precisely how many drugged drivers are causing accidents. The National Safety Council estimates that for every 1 alcohol-related accident w there is approximately one arrest for driving under the influence of another drug. Medications for pain relief, motion sickness, head colds, ard allergy symptoms, as will as barbituates, narcotics and other drugs, can act on the same brain areas as alcohol. If you are taking any of those kinds of medications, consider these safety tips: Ask you doctor or pharmacist if it is safe to drive after taking a prescribed or over-the-counter drug, and then follow the advice. Read the label for a warning of potentially adverse effects. Ask what the effects would be if you consumed alcholic beverages while using the medication. Thanks! Dear Lt. Rogelio Gozum On behalf of myself and others of the Guantanamo Bay community, I want to take this opportunity to thank you for the tremendous job you did in providing the community on this base with various ethnic kinds of food that were not sold at this Commissary for many, many years. You never hesitated to try new food items. Your attitude was always positive, and you always said, "If it does not sell, Mirtha will buy it all." Lt. Gozum, we will miss you. Thank you again for the outstanding job you did here at Cuba's Commissary for all the community. Mirtha Thomas 2 Daily Gazette Tuesday, December 31, 1985 19 err-i

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1yS-R F a $. WE 4C CAJRE GUANT9 GETTING THROUGH THE HOL/94Y SE4SON Family Assistance Specialist Aren't holidays great? Just imagine families gathered around a holiday meal, children sitting on their parent's laps, grandparents watching as children open presents, and joy and happiness exuding from everyone's face. There is only one catch to all of this. After imagining these gala events, sometimes our own experiences of the holidays don't quite stack up. The number one difficulty in handling the holidays lies in the fact that they are almost always family-oriented. Let's take just a moment to examine our imagination. We envision not only mom and dad and the kids, but grandparents, uncles, aunts and neighbors. The entire hometown gang. So here we ._ have all this information about how great it is to be with your family, and most military people simply cannot be with their families on every holiday. Look where military people are stationed! Many of them are living overseas; many of them are living on or near military installations; and many are living in civilian communities across the nation, not even near a military installation; much less their hometowns. WHY DO PEOPLE GET THE HOLIDAY BLUES? Besides being separated from loved ones, the reason people get depressed often has a lot to do with their family and childhood experiences of the holiday season. Sometimes we build it up so much, it just can't be as good as we want it. Continued on page 3 /;jd Unlocking solutions for b latchkey kids Information & Referral Specialist At home and all alone. Latchkey children, so called because many wear a key around their necks, were first identified in the 19th century. Their numbers increased in the 1970's with the increase in working mothers and single parents. In a recent magazine article, being alone ranked as the most frightening experience for children, and in this day and age this is not unreasonable. Many horror stories have surfaced recently on missing and abused children. Teaching children how to use the telephone correctly is one important step in the right direction. Keeping a list of important numbers posted by the phone at all times is smart too. Also, if it is possible, have your children call you at work when they are safely home. You and your child will feel more secure. Emergency plans are another security measure. These emergency plans will help children respond quickly and rationally to any situation. Tell your children what to do in case of fire, injury; or burglary. Teach them how to handle strangers who approach them, as well. Going over these plans is just as important as making them, so hold a run through every once and awhile. If you don't want the neighborhood children in your home when you are not there, tell your children. Dont't let them know after the fact. If you teach your children how to use appliances and to fix simple nutritious snacks safely, it will give you a comfortable feeling, as well, to know that your children can handle themselves safely. Continued on page 2 I GTMO FAMILY SERVICE CENTER We listen, we care, we help. wily Service Center's alendar of Events November-December 1985 ---------------------------:4 ft

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441/1Y SER? VICES //4/IS 4N0 4REWELISS STFF Joyce MacPherson, M.S.W. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to two new members of the Family Service Center's staff. Mrs. Ellen Fischer is our new Information and Referral Specialist. Ellen is no stranger to our community. She and her husband Jim (the Librarian at W. T. Sampson Jr/Sr High School) have been here since 1970. The Fischer's and their six children have experienced every facet of GTMO life! Ellen was born in Lewistown, Montana. She received her B.A. from the College of Great Falls, in Great Falls, Montana. Ellen was teaching school in Adak when she met her husband. Together they have seen Alaska,' England, France, Spain, Bermuda, and Cuba. Her hobbies are cooking and sewing. We feel that Ellen brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to one of our most important services. Our newest staff member is YN2 Tracy Izzio. Petty Officer Izzio was born in Athens, Georgia. She has been associated with the military all her life as her father, is a thirty-year Air Force Officer. YN2 Izzio graduated from R.E. Lee Institute, a military school, in Thomaston, Georgia. She joined the Navy in 1981 and has had tours in Pensacola, Little Creek and NAS Norfolk. Petty Officer Izzio is married to HT2 David Izzio who is currently stationed aboard the USS Shenandoah (AD-44) out of Norfolk. YN2 Izzio is a sports enthusiast who enjoys all sports but admits that basketball is her favorite. We welcome her to our staff. With the addition of our new staff members we wish to bid farewell to our departing staff members. Thanks to Veronica Kearney and Linda Edmundson for a job well done. Veronica as our Information & Referral Specialist for the past year, and Linda as our Secretary/Relocation Assistant. We would like to also bid farewell to YNC Donna Geoghagen as she departs for her new duty station with the University of Mississippi, ROTC in Oxford, Mississippi. Fair Winds and Following Seas! andthepsdent O rg oi TH aily Service Ce tr -of contact has changed or 7 oscange please call 411453 and give us thi i.Maypol call asking us for infor-, mation and it is very difficult to keep our file up to date. %1 AX 2 Unlocking solutions for latchkey kids continued from page one Experts say that many 12 year olds and some 10 and 11, can care for themselves for short periods of time. One researcher found that 25% of third graders had serious trouble coping with self-care. COMNAVBASEGTMO INSTRUCTION 5000.2 states "Minor children under the age of ten, returning home from school, must be responsibly supervised when they reach home by a person 14 years old or older." The base library has a book, "The Handbook for Latchkey Children and Their Parents" by Lynette and Thomas Long that might give information th would be of assistance in helping your family. Key Advise. It is unwise to have your child wear the key on a necklace. Strangers could pick up on the idea that the child is going home to a house that is probably empty. Also, the key could get in the way at play -including banging teeth! You may want to purchase a small pouch like the ones runners use that attach to sneaker laces. Always keep an extra key with a neighbor. (No hiding keys under the mat). Losing a key can be very upsetting for your child. Help your child when he feels upset and praise him for handling a situation alone. Studies show that many latchkey children are more self-reliant and better trained to handle emergencies when they are forced to rely on themselves. Material for this article was gathered f newsletters from Family Service Center, Nav Air Station, Brunswick, Maine, and Newsline from Kings Bay, Georgia. I FAMILY SERVICE CENTER U. S. NAVAL STATION BOX 25 FBPO NORFOLK, VA 23593 This publication is not an official publication of the United States Navy. Opinions and statements are personal views of the contributors. .Director Joyce A. MacPherson.Deputy Director I Frank Williams.Family Assistant Specialist YN2 Tracy Izzio.Military Affairs Susan M. Byrd.Program Coordinator Ellen Fischer.Information & Referral .Secretary Help us help you. Comments and ideas are always welcomed at the Family Service Center. Stop in at building 2135 (located on Administration Hill) or call 4141/4153 during working hours. FSC HOURS: 0730-1630, MON -FRI ---------Unlocking Y1111J11JJJlJJllJJJJJI/l.L

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GET C In most cases, military families have learned to cope with the stresses and difficulties that often accompany the pleasures and happiness of these special occasions. Successful military families, usually without even realizing it, prepare themselves psychologically for the holidays. Military people often are prime candidates for the holiday blues. When we are separated from all the memories and images we have of the holiday season and far from the people we associate with those memories, we cannot possibly recreate our holiday fantasy. You are grieving the loss of a precious set of experiences that brought you joy and warmth and pleasure. That kind of a holiday season is not there for you now, which could give you the blues. One thing is certain for all of us in the military. The holiday season will come and we will all get through it somehow. Here are a few hints for single parents on handling the holiday season. But, it contains some good advise for all of us. Think through the holiday experience. Figure out which parts will be the hardest. Plan for the holidays rather than just letting them happen. After you have figured out the hardest times, buddy up. Have someone who is understanding join you as the kids open presents. Try to separate your feelings from those of your kids. If you don't feel like kicking up your heels, that's OK, but it should be a nice time for them. Establish some communication with your family back home. Maybe they could send you an old tree ornament -something to tie you to your memories. Do some more planning. If you intend to call home, don't forget it may be impossible to get through on a busy holiday. Maybe call a day earlier. Let your family and friends know when you plan to call. Don't set yourself up for a big disappointment. Arrange for activities that are both easy and fun. If church programs have played an important part in the past, check with the local newspaper for special church services. Help your kids to keep their expectations realistic. If you don't expect presents from your former spouse, make sure the kids get the information but do it without placing blame. TING THROUGH THE 101/DYS ONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE On top of this, we have every brand of family in the books. See if you fit one of these: TWO PARENT FAMILIES, with one of the parents temporarily away from home because of military duties. TWO PARENT FAMILIES, both home for the holiday season, but the Duty Watch Bill hasn't been posted yet. SINGLE PARENT FAMILIES, who may or may not have family support as the season approaches. COUPLES WITHOUT CHILDREN, who will not be able to be home this year -again. SINGLE PEOPLE in the military, who make up about half of the Armed Forces-SOME SEEM TC HANDLE THE HOLIDAY SEASON QUITE WELL. 1 I~Ud Start your own family tradition. Do something special that you can repeat next year. Military people are mobile and family traditions help bring stability to children's lives. Some families make a point of attending some special event around the holiday season. Stay in touch with your feelings. It's OK to feel blue during parts of the holiday season. This may just be a bad day for you for some other reason. Try to help someone else through the holiday season who might be alone. The Holiday season represents happiness, laughter, celebration and family reunion. But the holidays also will find; many military people who are away from their families -some for the first time. Holidays may not 'always be exactly like we want them to be, but with a little preparation military families should be able to handle them well. HAPPY HOLIDAYS -t

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SKILLS FOR LIVING PROGRAMS: All programs are free and open to all base residents. Registration closes two days prior to all workshops and programs. Child Safety Leeward Point Community Center Saturday, November 9, 10:15a.m.-12:15p.m. To increase public awareness of child fingerprinting of children for parents' records and helpful information for both and parents will be available. Come between these two hours. safety, personal children anytime Moms' Support Group Every Wednesday morning from 9:00-10:15a.m. This group is for mothers of children from infancy through ten years old. It helps participants better understand their relationship with their child and how to improve it. Concerns and problems of parenthood are discussed. Outings with the children are included as part of the group experience. Bring your preschoolers with you. Lunchtime Programs Bring Your BRO H Join us for lunch at the Family Service Center Training Room. Bring your own lunch and drinks. Call us at 4141/4153 to let us know that you are coming. Time Management Tuesdays, December 3, 10 and 17, 11:30-12:30p.m. Do you ever feel out of control time wise in your home? Would you like tips on how to get better organized? This series of three discussions will center around organizing your time in the home. Learn how to'take fewer steps to get jobs done. Shortcuts will focus on cooking, cleaning and doing paperwork more efficiently. Job Search Thursday, December 5, 11:30-12:30p.m. Tips for Preparing SF-171's and Resumes Presented by MaryEllen Kirkland, NBCPO Thursday, December 12, 11:30-12:30p.m. Job Interviewing Techniques Presented by Bettye Martin, DEEO and Susan Byrd, FSC SPOUSE INFORMATION SEMINAR Wednesday and Friday, November 13 and 15, 6:30-9:00p.m. A spouses' indoctrination to life in Guantanamo Bay will be presented in two evenings. Personnel base wide will provide information concerning their command activity. All military and civilian dependent spouses are encouraged to attend. Watch for further details in the Gazette and on flyers. Practical Skills Mondays, Beginning November 18, 4:45-6:15p.m. These workshops will cover filling out forms, writing personal messages and memos, reading ads, composing letters to friends, and writing business and complaint letters. English writing skills will be introduced to provide a base for more effective writing. Couples Conflict Tuesdays and Thursdays, Nov. 5 -21, 6:30-8:00p.m. This six session program is designed to help couples identify sources of anger and jealousy in their relationship. Alternatives to deal with problem areas will be presented. Communication and trust building techniques will be introduced. Stress Management Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 10 & 11, 6:30-8:00p.m. In two sessions evaluate your personal level of stress and identify your stressors. Learn how to cope with tension and make stress work for you. Deep breathing and relaxation exercises will be demonstrated. 4 I 4 4

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR CIT~hT ~ ~ 1 --"" MONDAY ITUERSDAY IWEDNSA Y T-TR~ F'h~~A~ a A ~ I -. X.IDAY SATURDAY i 1 2 V Chriatmas V~fffLWI ~Bazaar l0am-3pm Windjammer Club 3 4 5 6 Schol Report7 8 9 Couples Conflict Moms' Support Couples Conflict Leeward Point Program Group Program Child Safety6:30-8:00pm 9:00-10:15am 6:30-8:00pm Fingerprinting 10:15am-12:15pm Leeward Pt. Civic Council Mt g. 7 pm 10 1l 12 13 14 5 16 HO R1 Couples Conflict Moms' Support Couples Conflict Program Group Program E K '5 6:30-8:00pm 9:00-10:15am 6:30-8:00pm VETERANS Spouse Iormation pousg elformatio1 .E 6______B P._6:3 pm /17 /8 19 20O 21/ 22 2 3 Practical Couples Conflict Moms' Support Couples Conflict Skills Program Group Program 4:45-6:15pm 6:30-8:00pm 9:00-10:15am 6:30-8:00pm Ombudsmen Trainin94:45pm 24 5 26 2.7 3O Practical Moms' Support 4" Skills Group 4:45-6:15pm 9:00-10:15am SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 2 3 45 6 7 Practical Time Management Moms' Support JOB SEARCH: Tips Skills 11:30am-12:30pm Group for Preparing 4:45-6:15pm 9:00-10:15am SF-171's and Resumes 11:30am-12:30pm 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Practical Time Management Moms' Support JOB SEARCH: Job Skills 11:30am-12:30pm Group Interviewing 4:45-6:15pm 9:00-10:15am Techniques Stress Managemen Stress Management 11:30am-12:30pm' .6:30-8:00pm 6:30-8:00pm 16 Practical Skills 4:45-6:15pm 23 School Winter Holidays Begin -t I '7 Time Management Ll:30am-12:30pm 18 Moms' Support Group 9:00-10:15am 19 Ombudsmen Training 4:45-5:45pm 20 27 21 28 I I Q e cern6eisr' LUB ACTIVITIES TO GT INVOLVED IN: Iguana Video Club Nancy Clark Point of Contact 4488 Karate Point of Contact N. W. Johnson 3530 Mothers Against Drunk Driving Point of Contact Chris Laurent 7245 DWH 2283 AWH Navy Flying Club Point of Contact Lt. Lerner 4554 DWH 3145 AWH Overeaters Anonymous Point of Contact Pat Hardcastle 7236 Protestant Women of the b Chapel Point of Contact Marge Rook 4157 oWN 3682 AWH Reef Raiders Point of Contact CWO 3 Jim Plaskett 4515 DWH 2390 AWH Yacht Club Point of Contact Lt. Cath 4515 DWH 3470 AWH Youth Athletic Association Point of Contact Susan Yeager 2249/2248 5 SUNDAY 22 30 31 i i 25S ij 2 6

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& ORGANIZATIONS Q ~ AT THE U. S. NAVAL BASE, GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA ALATEEN IGUANA VIDEO CLUB ALANON INSTALLATION ADVISORY COUNCIL ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS JAMAICAN UNITED COMMITTEE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB JA. CULTURAL & REC. CENTER BETA SIGMA PHI ALPHA CLUB KARATE BOY SCOUTS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS BRIDGE CLUB LITTLE THEATER BURNS & ROE CLUB NAVY FLYING CLUB CARIBBEAN BULL-SHOOTERS NAVY LEAGUE DART ASSOCIATION NAVY WIVES CLUB OF AMERICA CARIBBEAN ARTS AND CRAFTS OFFICIALS ASSOCIATION CARIBBEAN NAVAL LODGE OVEREATER ANONYMOUS CARIBBEAN SADDLE CLUB PARISH COUNCIL; CATHOLIC CHESS CLUB PHOTO REFLEX CLUB CIVIC CLUB PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL CLUB LATINO RACQUET CLUB CONTRACTORS ASSOCIAT ON REEF RAIDERS CUB SCOUTS ROD AND REEL CLUB OF GREATER GTMO FIL-AM CLUB SCUBA INSTRUCTOR COUNCIL FLEET RESERVE ASSOCIATION SOCIALIZES CLUB GIRL SCOUTS TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY GOLF CLUB TREASURE & TRIVIA J GTMO SWINGERS WOMEN'S BOWLING ASSOCIATION GTMO BAY OFFICERS WIVES CLUB YACHT CLUB GUANTANAMO BAY SKEET CLUB YOUTH ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION HOSPITAL & DENTAL WIVES CLUB FOR POINTS OF CONTACT PLEASE CALL THE FA TILY SERVICE CENTER 6

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Windward Shuttle Bus Schedule MDETIEBOUND FR1/SAT terry Landing 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 12:30 Des1 Plant 7:31 8:31 9:31 10:31 11:31 12:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31 5:31 6:31 ,7:31 8:31 9:31 10:31 11:31 12:31 hue Caribe 7:32 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 12:32 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 12:32 MCalls 7:33 8:33 9:33 10:33 11:33 12:33 1:33 2:33 3:33 4:33 5:33 6:33 7:33 8:33 9:33 10:33 11:33 12:33 Dental 7:34 8:34 9:34 10:34 11:34 12:34 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 6:34 7:34 8:34 9:34 10:34 11:34 12:34 Harrisonvilla 7:36 8:36 9:36 10:36 11:36 12:36 1:36 2:36 3:36 4:36 5:36 6:36 7:36 8:36 9:36 10:36 11:36 12:36 Armory 7:37 8:37 9:37 10:37 11:37 12:37 1:37 2:37 3:37 4:37 5:37 6:37 7:37 8:37 9:37 10:37 11:37 12:37 Supply/Bank 7:38 8:38 9:38 10:38 11:38 12:38 1:38 2:38 3:38 4:38 5:38 6:38 7:38 8:38 9:38 10:38 11:38 12:38 l1dg. 760 7:39 8:39 9:39 10:39 11:39 12:39 1:39 2:39 3:39 4:39 5:39 6:39 7:39 8:39 9:39 10:39 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