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DAILY


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 10 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Wednesday, January 15, 1986


Budgets get Gramm-Rudman ax today


(UPI) -- Under the
* amm-Rudman Law, federal
ncies learn today how much

meir budget will be cut.
The Congressional Budget Office and the Office of Management and Budget have figures ready that reportedly call for nearly $12 million in spending cuts beginning March 1.
The military faces a nearly five percent reduction. Other federal agencies except Social Security and some programs for the poor will be cut 4.3 percent. Even the National Zoo in Washington


will be affected.
Amtrack already has cut some service.
The Gramm-Rudman requires the federal deficit to be cut to zero in five years, but it is being challenged in the courts. A lawsuit charges part of the law is unconstitutional because it gives the president authority to make cuts, a duty the suit
says belongs to Congress. The National Taxpayers Union says if Gramm-Rudman stands up in court, Congress will find a way to avoid balancing the deficit. It


Old Guantanamo - In the final of our old post cards of the Guantanamo area, a target range at the Naval Station. We thank Eugene


Kichlmeier cards.


filed a class action suit yesterday on behalf of the nation's 60 million children. It said they will have to pay $10,000 in taxes every year the deficit is above its current $200 billion. One of those children will be Will Bonner, 7, son of an official of the taxpayers' union. He does not know what a deficit is. He says he does not want the government to take his money. He said, "I won't have enough to do other things with it."


for submitting the series of


King's birthday, federal holiday Monday


(UPI) -- Today is the fiftyseventh anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth, an , ervance getting special ention this year because it becomes a federal holiday. President Reagan, who had opposed every major civil rights bill King wanted, compared King to Abraham Lincoln. In a statement yesterday, Reagan said they "sought the full realization


of the principles set forth in our Declaration of Independence."
Reagan concluded, "Let us work without tiring for a world at peace, in which justice and freedom prevail." Today, Reagan will visit a Washington, D.C., school named for King, to talk about racial equality.
Secretary of Education William Bennett was at


another school yesterday, the John Hope Elementary School in Atlanta, where he taught a third-grade class.
Bennett said King worked for the moral improvement of white people as much as he did for improved conditions for blacks.
The federal holiday will be observed Monday and the third
Monday of January thereafter.


Libyan jets "checkout" American plane


(UPI) -- Defense Secretary Weinberger says yesterday's close encounter between a U.S. Navy surveillance plane and two Libyan fighterjets was nothing "unusual or remarkable."
inberger says the Libyans
re just, "looking at the Wrican plane."


The interception between the Navy EA3-B Bravo plane and the Soviet-built MIG-15 fighters occured over the Mediterranean, west of the Gulf of Sidra. That is a body of water claimed by Libya as part of its territory. The United States does not recognize the claim.


No missiles or shots were fired during Monday's incident, the first between
the United States and Libyan forces since President Reagan accused Moammar Khadafy of supporting the terrorists that carried out last month's attacks on the Rome and Vienna airports.


Shuttle ordered to come home tomorrow


(UPI) - The shuttle Columbia not only got a late start but now it is coming back early.
The space agency ordered the crew to prepare for a landing at Cape Canaveral tomorrow, a day sooner than originally sheduled.
The astronauts' blastoff Sunday was 25 days late. That left engineers at the cape a tight schedule to get Columbia ready for another


flight scheduled in March.
In addition, if for some reason Columbia could not land Friday, a Saturday landing in Florida might be
difficult because of expected bad weather. A California landing is possible, but that would mean more lost time in returning the shuttle to
Florida.
So, the word was radioed to the spacecraft yesterday to


come back tomorrow.
The seven crew members also had another disappointment. An electronic device intended to intensify photographs of Halley's Comet never worked. They tried to repair it, but could not. The flight in March will have another study of the comet using an
observatory called Astro.


Around the glob.


Jury Acquits Navy Petty Officer (UPI) -- A San Diego jury has acquitted a Navy petty officer of involuntary manslaughter charges in the death of a 10-year-old boy. Ralph Moritz yesterday was found innocent in the shooting last summer of young Clark Key in National City. Moritz had picked up a rifle in his apartment and it accidently went off. The bullet passed through a window and struck the youngster while he played outside.

Congressmen Leave For Vietnam (UPI) -- Four congressmen were briefed yesterday at an Army laboratory in Hawaii that identifies remains and then left for Southeast Asia. They will visit Vietnam and Laos. Senator Dennis Deconcini, an Arizona Democrat, says resolving the issue of missing servicemen in Southeast Asia is a top priority with Americans.

Arab Merchants On Strike (UPI) - Arab merchants in Jerusalam's walled old city are on strike. They are protesting a visit by right-wing Israeli politicians to the Temple Mount. Arabs, Jews and Christians all consider the temple holy. Yesterday, hundreds of Arabs surrounded the politicians and forced them to flee.

West German Defects -- A news agency says a West German enlisted army man apparently has defected to East Germany with his family. The soldier had a job dealing with "sensitive material" but he did not have much access to secrets. The agency quotes an official as saying, "It apparently is not a big case."

Church Contributions Increased (UPI) - Fewer Americans belong to churches, but they are putting more in collption plates. That is the report from the National Council of Churches. It says membership in nine Protestant denominations fell nearly one percent from 1983 to 1984. Contributions increased nearly eight percent, twice the inflation rate.

Drug-related Fire Causes Crash (UPI) - There is a report-in this morning's Washington Post that federal investigators suspect a cocaine-related fire might have led to the New Year's Eve plane accident that killed singer Rick Nelson and six others. But a spokesman for the National Transportation Safely Board says the board has not yet seen any evidence to support the theory.

Company And Union to Bargain (UPI) -- The Hormal Meat Company in Austin, Minn., says it is handing out applications to people who want the jobs vacated by strikers. Negotiators for the company and the union are going back to bargaining today, trying to settle a walkout that has been going on since August.


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SERVMRT -- Due to scheduled inventory, SERVMART will be closed Jan. 15 - 17 and, because of a federal holiday, will be closed Jan. 20, too. SERVMART will reopen Jan. 21 for regular business.

Chief petty Officer Exam -- The January 1986 Chief Petty Officer Advancement Examination will be administered Thursday, January 16, at the Windjammer Club. Candidates should muster at 7:15 a.m. with identification and in proper uniform.

Fire Warden's Training Class -- "Inspection and Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room, Friday, January 17. For more information, please contact ABH2 Mitchell, extension 6450.

Martin Luther King Activities -- There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K run/walk will be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base Chapel, there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361.
Military Leadership Exams -- Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, Jan. 23, 7:30 a.m., in the Windjammer Club. Participants must submit a special request chit or memorandum from their division officer to Officer In Charge, Personnel Support Detachment, no later than Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m.

Hook Schedule -- The Hook Coffee Shop is located off Sherman Avenue (near the Navy Exchange) and it is open to people of all faiths. The schedule of events for this weekend is:
Friday, 7 p.m. -- Bible Study, "Book of Romans"
Saturday, 7 p.m..-- Movie, "Ten Commandments"

Graduate Management Admission Test -- Three G4ATs are available for the Jan. 27 testing date. Call Navy Campus, 4769, and sign up for the exam. The fee is $30.

NAVBASE Officers Hail and Farewell -- Celebrate Chinese New Year, Saturday, Feb. 1 at the COMO. Visit the Hong Kong tailor for an appropriate frock. Tickets are available at the club or command representative.

Dancing Lessons -- The Dance Factory will offer a 15-week session of dancing lessons, beginning the last week of January. Lessons will continue through mid May. Tap and ballet lessons are offered to children, ages five through 12. Jazz lessons will be offered to children, ages eight and up. Enrollment is limited, due to the space available. Please call Lynne Anderson,. 3477, after 6 p.m., for more information.

What Is new At the Child Development Center -The Child Development Center has enlarged its nursery to accomodate additional infants, ages two months to approximately one year old. Drop by the center or call Marilyn Anderson, 2206, for more information.

Teen Skating Party -- There will be a Teen Skating Party Friday, Jan. 24, 7:30 - 10:30 p.m., to be held at the pit of the former high school. Cost is $1 for members, $1.50 for nonmembers.

Teen Club Dance -- The Teen Club Dance that was scheduled for Dec. 17 has been re-scheduled to Friday, Jan. 31, 8 - 11 p.m., Yacht Club.


_____-- DAIY GAZEHE - -U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Cordon, USN ................. Cmarder, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qudr. Rick Fischer, USN..............Public Affairs Officer
JOl StayByiton .............,Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Guillebeau, USN .......................... Manaqing iitor
J03 Teri 1 nas, USN ............................. Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane ArmTerman ......................................Secretary
Mrs. Am-Elizabeth Efimoff ................... Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published accordinq to the rules and regulations for ship and station T4Cpgers, urder the direction of the pblic affairs officer. The Daily Gzette is printed five times a weik at government expense on government equigient, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions ana statements that appear heein are not to be construed as official, or as the official vies of the Navy Department or Camiader, U.S. Naval Base.


Several pow

There will be a scheduled power outage to remove and repair existing fused cutouts feeding all of Granadillo area. The dates, times, and areas affected by this outage are: Thursday, Jan. 16, 8 10 a.m.: Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, AFRTS, Batch Plant, and Quarters 942.
Scheduled power outages to replace split power pole between Granadillo area: Friday, Jan. 17: 8 - 8:30 a.m. and 1 - 1:30 p.m.: Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, AFRTS, Batch Plant and Quarters 942; 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m.: Granadillo Point, AFRTS, Batch Plant and Quarters 942.
There will be scheduled power outages at the Taurman Avenue substation concerning the following dates, times, and the areas: Tuesday, Jan. 21, and Wednesday, Jan. 22, 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.: Oceanview Housing, Corinaso Housing, Gasolean Hill, McCalla Hanger, Transportation Garage, Household Goods, Reef Raiders, EOD, NEX Furniture Warehouse, Light House, Pier Delta, Ferry Landing, Ordnance Triangle, McCalla Hill, Blue Caribe, NMCB Detachment, Oil Point Housing, Pest Control, Contractors Barracks (AV 96,99, 98, 97), Phillips Park and Cable Beach.
On Wednesday, Jan. 22, 10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. there will be intermittent power outages at various times, each lasting approximately one hour for the above dates.
There will be an additional power outage for Crane Hill only, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 7:30


rer outages scheduled

a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and to minimize loading Wednesday, Jan. 22, 7:30 a.m. Leeward Point St
- 3:30 p.m. Generator. Leeward Poi
It is requested that be on diesel gene
Leeward Point residents turn Tuesday, Jan. 21, 7:30 off all air conditioning and 12:30 p.m.. and Friday
other electrical appliances 24, 8 a.m - 3 p.m.


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40 Years Of Service -- Eldica Moore recently received a plaque and letter of appreciation for her 40 years of "outstanding" service at the Bachelor Officers' Quarters.


Navy Exchange auto survey

The Navy Exchange Auto Service Center is running a survey of Automobles in GTMO. This data is required to determine the most popular cars aboard and update the auto parts stock. Please complete
the following questionaire and return via Guard Mail to Stop 7.


SURVEY

MAKE OF CAR: YEAR/MODEL:

ENGINE (CJRCLE ONE) 4 CYL 6 CYL V6 8 CYL

ENGINE CI OR CC:

CARBURETOR (EXAMPLE HOLLEY 2BBL):

BRAKES: (POWER/STANDARD)

BRAKES FRONT: (DISC/DRUM)

BRAKES REAR: (DISC/DRUM)

A/C: (YES/NO):

ELECTRIC OR STANDARD IGNITION:




Local nominationssought for Great American Family
Local nominations are being sought for this year's Great American Family Awards Program, and three
families here will be selected to represent Guantanamo Bay.
The program is being conducted locally in
cooperation with the Washington-based American Family Society, the sponsor of the program.
This is not a contest, and families are sought who nurture individual growth of their members, have
strong teamwork and love in the home, and who extend friendship and service to others.
Single and two parent families, young families,
older and extended families, adoptive and foster . families are all eligible for the program.
Nomination forms and sepcific criteria for the Great 1A
American Family Awards Program are available at the Family Services Center or from the Chaplain's Office.
Deadline for nominations is Jan. 31, and they can be
turned into the Family Services Center or sent to the FSC at Guard Mail Stop 59.
Watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for more details and updates of the family program.


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NAVNEWS '86


Budget-Balance Act -- (Washinton NNS) -- The
Gramm-Rudman balanced budget law could force cuts of
$65 to $90 billion in defense spending authority in FY
1987.
The Budget-Balancing Act, named after Sens. Phil
Gramm (R-Texas) and Warren Rudman (R-N.H.), may
dramatically reverse the president's military buildup
and lead to the greatest defense cutback in peacetime
history, according to congressional leaders.
,The Navy, like the rest of the federal government, is
concerned. But as Chief of Naval Operations Adm. James
Watkins said in an interview January 2, "It's really to
early to get overly apprehensive and concerned about
it."

Billig Trial -- (Washington NNS) -- The trial of a
Navy doctor who was head of cardiothoracic surgery at
Bethesda Naval Hospital began Jan. 9. Billig has been
charged with five counts of involuntary manslaughter
and 24 counts of dereliction of cuty. Conviction of all charges could mean a maxium of 21 years confinement at
hard labor, dishonorable discharge and forfeiture of
all pay.
Billig performed heart operations at the Naval
Hospital from January 1983 to November 1984.

Mail Restrictions -- (Washington NNS) -- The Navy
recently announced a policy concerning mailing restrictions on names and addresses of certain
servicemen.
The new policy allows unit commanders to protect the
personal information of their people from commerical
mailing lists. These restrictions apply only to
individuals assigned to routinely deployable or
sensitive units and to people overseas, outside of
Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and American
Samoa. Also, all fleet Marine forces are covered by
this policy.

Pre-Deployment Performance -- (Brunswick, Maine
NNS) -- A patrol squadron recently hosted a play
dealing with the hardships and anxieties associated
with a deployment.
Squadron VP-23, based in Brunswick, used a
professional acting company and director to produce the
play. The 30 minute play was geared for the children,
using teenage actors. The play, originally adapted for
puppets, was re-written for the stage. The squadron and the-Family Services Center implemented the play hoping
to curb some of the problems associated with a
deployment.

Blue Santas -- (Norfolk, Va. NNS) -- Approximately
15 chiefs of the Commander, Submarine Force, U.S.
Atlantic Fleet Chief Petty Officer's Association
delivered presents and food to 34 families. Including
51 senior citizens, during the holidays.
Gifts for the third annual event included robes,
shoes and blankets. Dinner consisted of ham, scalloped
potatoes, two vegetables, rolls, canned.pineapple, oranges and cookies. The project was funded by an
annual candy bar sale that raised $1000.

CK/C Program Change -- (Washington, D.C. NNS) -Recent changes to the Command Master Chief (CM/C)
Program make any E9s, including those who are frocked,
eligible for it. This means all E9s, whether they
volunteer or not and regardless or rating, are eligible
to fill CM/C billets. The Naval Military Personnel
Command will identify selectees to fill needed billets and assign them according to the instruction OPNAVINST
5400.37.







New G.l. Bill gets high grades

(AFPS) -- It has been almost Force, 38 percent, and Navy six months since the Veterans recruits, 29 percent.
Educational Assistance Recruiters say the bill Program was replaced for new makes their job easier. As recruits by the new G.I. one of them put it, "A lot of Bill. So far, the report card people come in here every day for the new system reads a asking about the program. solid B+. It's a good deal. Where else ctive duty recruits who can you put in $100 a month #ect to use the new G.I. and get back $300?" Bill pay a non-refundable $100 a month for 12 months In addition to active duty ($1,200). In return, they recruits, the new G.I. Bill receive $300 a month for 36 provides benefits for months ($10,800) when they Vietnam-era G.I. Bill have completed at least three participants and members of years service and are ready the Selected Reserve serving to go to college or in troop units or individual vacational school, augments or active Guard and Education-minded recruits Reserve programs. Selected seem to like the bill, which Reserve personnel can also went into effect July 1, participate in the program. 1985. Army recruits like it Signing up for a six-year best, with 69 percent obligation entitles them to enrolling, followed by up to $140 a month for 36 Marines, 51 percent, Air months, $5,040.

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Rules of the national road to abide by


Application: In accordance with COMTINST M16672.2, Navigation Rules, International and Inland, (72
COLREGS) the following rules apply to all vessels on international waters. International rules apply to
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Responsibility: Nothing in these rules shall exonerate any vessel, or the owner, master, or crew there of, from the consequences of any neglect to comply with these rules or of the neglect of
any precaution which may be required by the ordinary


practice of seaman or by the special circumstances of the case.
In complying with the rules due regard shall be had
to all dangers of navigation and collision and to any special circumstances, including the limitations of
the vessels involved, which may make departure from these rules necessary to avoid immediate danger.
General Definitions: The
word "vessel" includes every discription of waterborne
craft, used or capable of being used as a means of


The




Saler


AUTOS
'70 307 Camaro, recently painted, engine rebuilt, AM/FM cassette stereo. Also
two Creg-mag rims 15" universial, and one gallon of same color of paint to
repaint car, asking $1500 or best offer. Call Mr. Jackson at 6310 DWH.

'79 Ford Pinto station wagon,
$2800. Excellent mechanical condition. Available Jan. 24 at Ferry Landing. Call 4285 AWH or can be seen at Radio Point #2.

'79 Honda Accord, 4-door. Call Bob at 4164 DWH or 3740 AWH.

TWO WHEELERS
Aero 125 motor scooter, mint condition, $1100. Call Paul at 4196 DWH or 3477 AWH.

'79 Honda 400, tires and battery less than one year
old, two helmets, $700. Call 4849/4486 DWH or 3567 AWH.

Red Yamaha CA50 scooter, excellent condition, comes
with manuals, basket and two helmets. Good transportation, $550 neg. Call 2197 AWH.
BOOKS
Book for City College of
Chicago, Indtroduction to Algebra I. Call Holt at 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH.

PETS
Free to a good home. German Shepherd/Lab mix, still a puppy, just nine-months-old.
She needs more space than we have. Very playful, all black, no markings. Call Bill
at 4820 DWH or Linda at 2249 DWH or 2862 AWH.

One-year-old cat needs good home. Leaving island at the end of January. Cannot take him with me. If interested, contact Debby at 4963 AWH.

WANTED
An outboard engine up to 35hp in good working condition. Call Bill at 4857 DWH or 3361
AWH.

One men's 10-speed bicycle in
good condition at reasonable price. Call Fred at 4295 DWH.
If not there, leave name and nuber on machine.


FURNITURE
Six-piece living room set; sofa; love seat, chair, coffee table and two end tables, good condition, $500.
Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH.

Dinette set, seats six, eight with center leaf, four matching chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH.

Coffee tables set of three for $100 or $40 each; bunk beds w/mattress, $125. Call
3492 AWH.

Sleeper/sofa, queen size; spanish style shelving units. Call 2838 AT.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One GE 18,500 BTU, one GE 14,000 BTU. Both under warranty. Available immediately. Guaranteed to cool your jets. Both for $400 or will sell separately. Call 3344.

Four 12,500 BTUs. All for $400. Call 4285 AWH.

One 15,000 BTU, one 11,000 BTU, both for $250. Call Holt at 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH.
APPLIANCES
Sears Kenmore washer for parts. Will run, but needs
belt, $50. Call P.O. Emrich at 4442/4499 AT.

CARPETING
One 15x22 capet to fit TK housing, $275. Call 3492 AWH.

DRAPES
One set of navy blue drapes, 108x84, almost new, will fit
sliding glass doors of TK housing. Also have rod to go with tham. Call 2838 AT.
MISCELLANEOUS
One D.P. Pacer 200 exercise bike. Call 2838 AT.

Centipede 5200 Atari cartridge, brand new, never been used before, $10. Call Karen at 3253 AWH.

LOST
Vivitar 110 pocket camera with flash and automatic wind. Please return! Valuable
Christmas pictures inside. Call 3407 AT or 4600 DWH.


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transportation on water.
The term "power driven vessel" means any vessel propelled by machinery.
The term "sailing vessel" means any vessel under sail provided that propelling machinery, if fitted, is not being used. (A sailing vessel with sails set and also operating machinery as propulsion is considered a vessel under power.)
The term " vessel engaged in fishing" means any vessel fishing with nets, lines, trawls, or other fishing apporatus which restrict maneuverability, but does not include a vessel which do not restrict maneuverability, but does not include a vessel which do not restrict maneuverability.
The term "vesssel resticted in her ablility to maneuver" means a vessel which from the nature of her work is
restricted in her ability to maneuver as required by the Rules of the National Road and is therefore unable to keep out of the way of another vessel. For example,
a ship making an approach to a pier or dock either going ahead or astern, mooring to a bouy.
The term "vessel constrained by her draft" means a power driven vessel which because of her draft in
relation to the available depth of the water is severely restricted in her
ablility to deviate from the course she is following. (Because of the relative narrowness of the channel leading into and out of
Guantanamo Bay, all warships and merchantmen operating in the channel shall be considered to be constrained by draft and as such shall be given a wide berth by
operators of privately owned and military small craft.)
Conduct of Vessels: Every
vessel shall at all times maintain a proper look-out by sight and hearing as well as by all available means
appropriated in the prevailing circumstances and conditions so as to make a full appraisal of the
situation and of the risk of collision.
Risk of Collision And Action To Avoid Collision:
Every vessel shall ask all available means appropriate
to the prevailing circumstances and conditions to determine if risk of collision exists. If there is
any doubt such risk shall be deemed to exist.
In determining if risk of
collision exists the following considerations
shall be among those taken into account:
Such risk shall be deemed to exist if the compass bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciabley change.
Such risk may sometimes exist even when an appreciable bearing change is evident, particularly when
approching a very large vessel or a tow or when approaching a vessel at close range.
Safe Speed: Every vessel shall at all times proceed at
a safe speed so that she can take proper and effective action to avoid collision and
be stopped within a distance appropriate to the prevailing circumstances and conditions. (To be continued tomorrow)












-spots Jazz hands Rockets 105-102 loss at home


FLyers rally to beat Devils


(AP) -- There were five close games last night in the NHL. Philadelphia rarlied to beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2. Tim Kerr's thirty-eighth goal
of the season tied the score in the third period, and Pelle Eklund wetted the game winner.
The Calgary Flames edged the Washington Capitals 4-3. There were 23 penalties in the game, and all seven goals
were scored on power plays.
The second largest crowd in North Stars' history, nearly 16,000 fans, saw Minnesota and Chicago tie 3-3. Brian Bellows scored the tying goal for the Stars with just under four minutes left in regulation time. Black
Hawks'goalie Murray Bannerman made 36 saves.

Ecuador's Gomez

beats LeConte
(AP) -- The Masters Tennis
Tournament opened yesterday in New York. Ecuador's Andres
Gomez replaced an ill Jimmy Connors, and rolled past Henri LeConte of France 7-6, 6-1. Johan Kriek upset
Sweden's Stefan Edberg 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. And Mats Wilander, of Sweden, defeated Scott
Davis 6-3, 6-4.
The first round will be completed today. Anders Jarryd plays fellow Swede
Joakim Nystrom. Yannick Noah of France meets Tim Mayotte, Czechoslovakia's Ivan Lendl takes on countryman Tomas
Stid, and two-time defending champion John McEnroe plays Brad Gilbert.


Defenseman Mike McEwen's first two goals of the season
gave the New York Rangers a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks.
Dale Hawerchuk netted two third period goals to pusIr the Winnipeg Jets past Quebec 5-4. That ended the Nordiques winning streak at seven
games.


(AP) -- The Houston Rockets lost at home for the first time this season. The Utah Jazz beat the Rockets 105-102, ending the home victory streak at 20 games, three short of the NBA record. Rickey Green scored
four points in the game's last nine seconds to secure the victory for Utah.
Two NBA towers traded punches last night in Chicago. Just before the Bullets completed a 117-113 victory over the Bulls,


iliimpse


NCAA Takes Strong Stand Against Drugs (UPI) -- The NCAA ended its 80th annual convention in New Orleans
yesterday after making stronger than usual stands on drugs, gambling and academic standards.
The organization established a drug testing policy for college athletes, a move that former Association President John Toner called "long overdue.".
The NCAA also called in the federal government to ban interstate. transmission of gambling information, including pointspreads and gambling amateur sports events.
Earlier in the convention, the group set modifed minimum academic standards which go into effect next summer. The new regulations will give high school students two more years before having to fully meet minimum standards.

$500,000 Masters Tennis Championships (UPI) -Boris Becker, Mats Wilander and Andres Gomez all advanced in the $500,000 Tennis Championship last night. Becker came
back from a slow start to down Paul Annacone 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, and 6- 2. Third seeded Wilander cruised to a comfortable 6-3, 6-4 decision over Scott Davis. John Kariek registered a mild upset in beating fifth-seeded Stefan Edberg, 6-2, 6-1. in the final match of the night.
Top seeded Ivan Lendl and defending champion John McEnroe meet tonight.

North Carolina Keep Record Unspoiled (UPI) -- Top ranked North Carolina kept its record unspoiled by defeating. Maryland 71-67 in an Atlantic Coast Conference matchup. Freshman Jeff Lebo scored 18 points off the bench and senior
Brad Daugherty added 15 as the Tar Heals moved to a 17-0 record record. North Carolina is also 3-0 in the ACC.


Washington's Manute Bol and Kings 115-104. Chicago's Jawann Oldham began Portland protected a lead throwing punches, Oldham is throughout the second half, seven feet tall. Bol is and the Trail Blazers held 7-foot-6. off the Cleveland Cavs
Both players were ejected 120-108. Kiki Vandeweghe from the game, and while Bol threw in 28 points for the was leaving the court, Oldham winners. charged after him for a Seven Lakers scored in
second round of fisticuffs, double figures as Los Angeles they were separated again, outgunned the Phoenix Suns and escorted from the court. 143-122. Magic Johnson led Neither player was seriously. L.A. with 21 points , 19 injured, assists and nine rebounds. A
With the Bullets down 98-87 Yterday Portland traded in the fourth quarter, Leon guard Darnell Valentine tc
Wood came off the bench and the Los Angeles Clippers. In sparked Washington's comeback return the Trail Blazers gel by scoring his team's next 16 a first round pick in this points. year's draft, and an optior
Elsewhere, Philadelphia on switching second round
outscored New Jersey 16-2 in picks with the JClippers in the final four minutes of the either 1988 or 19B9. third period, and the 76ers Free agent Bob McAdoo has polled past the Nets 123-105. signed a reported two year,
Dominique Wilkins scored 25 $305,000 contract with the points and grabbed 15 Philadelphia 76ers. The Los rebounds to lead the Atlanta Angeles Lakers released McAdoo Hawks past the Sacramento last year.



_ Area Athletics



Martin Luther King Activities -- There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K run/walk will
be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at
8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base Chapel, there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361.

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Mike Tyson, a young tiger, already has done something that Larry Holmes, an aging lion, failed to do.
Mike has equalled one of the records set by the legendary Rocky Marciano. The other night in Albany, New York, Tyson put away his 16th opponent in as many fights. It tied Marciano's record for 16 straight knockouts at the start of his career shortly after 'World War II.
Holmes, you will recall, struck out swinging, and none too well, last fall, in his bid to tie Marciano's mark of 49 victories without a loss before retiring as
heavyweight champ.
Tyson, like Marciano, has concentrated power. He is only 5-foot-ll, short for a heavyweight, but he packs 217 pounds of firepower. Marciano may have been an inch
shorter, and rarely came in over 190, but he carried a hand grenade in each glove.
It is much too soon to compare Tyson with Marciano
in career records. Mike has a long way to go. But he is only 19, and he can only get better. As it is, he leaves his opponents wishing they had gone to the movies instead of the fights.
Like Marciano, Tyson can send you home with either
hand. He can ben your jaw with a short right cross, or cross your eyes with a vicious left hook.
Again, like Mariano, Tyson


bobs and weaves and-tries to get inside, close enough to tag a hit and run opponent. He pitches combination, which are tough to defend against.
One of his knockout victims, Eddie Richardson, who went to the showers after
one minute and 17 seconds of the first round, was asked if he had ever been hits so hard.
Richardson gave some thought to the question, and replied, "Yeah, I was. A year ago, I was hit by a truck."
Another of Mike's victims Sammy Scaff, spared with Greg Page and went four rounds with Tim Witherspoon. He testfied that Tyson hit him harder that anyone else did. Tyson has been a professional for less than a year, and, of course, his opponents have been carefully selected. He has not met any world class heavy any world class heavyweights yet.
His co-manager, Jim Jacobs and Bill Cayton, point out that Tyson had only 26 fights as an amateur. But he also had the benefit of six years of coaching from maker of champion, Cubs D'Amato, who died a few months ago.
And the story has a long way to go. Mike could become one of the all-time greats.
The Chicago Bears will not have to worry about the weather in the Super Bowl, but they may give a thoughtor two to the weathers.
That would be Robert


Weathers, a New England Patriot runningback who's one of the unsung heroes of last Sunday's upset victory over the Miami Dolphins for the AFC title.
Weathers suited up for the game against the Dolphins with a feeling that he would see little or no action. He thought that Craig James and Tony Collins would do all of the carrying for New England.
But Coach Raymond Berry decided to alternate two sets of running backs, and Weathers found himself with a chance to do his thing. He carried 16 times for 87 yards, an average of almost five and a half per yards per try.

One of his runs was a dazzling 45 yard whirling dash through half the Dolphin defensive unit. He also caught a touchdown pass from

Tony Eason, his only reception of the day.
How much action Weathers will see against the Bears in the Louisiana Superdome-one
week form Sunday is hard to say, and it must be conceded that the Chicago defense is far superior to Miami's.
But if he does get a chance to run with the ball, or go downfield for a pass, you can
count on Weather giving it a tall try.


Cost: $12/person $6 for each additional family member
Registration: Windward January 16, 1 p.m.- 3 p.m. at Recreation Services Office. Leeward Point fiist day of class (1/18). For more information call Donna Bowers at 2560.

Group Golf Lessons -- Group golf lessons for beginners will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks commencing 21 and 23 January. The group will be limited to five at a fee of $25 per person. For more information'W contact Moose Claxton 2519.



Four-man team takes first in tourney


The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a Jack and
Jill four-man team scramble, Sunday, January 12. The winning team, Scott Rolfe, Pete McKee, Randal Wiele and Carol Stanley took first place honors with a score of
seven under par 65.
The team of Tom Smith, Rob Ploeger, Mike Basnight and Dee Sutcliff were tied for
second place with Art Rolfe, Jake Keith, Robin Head and Gary Harris. Don Waters and Mariam Parker won the closest to the PIN award while Tom Smith, Mike Basnight and Dee Sutcliff walked away with the long drive competition. Forty-four golfers participated in this ;golf
affair.'
This week the association


is holding a Two-man Blind Draw Handicap Tournament to be held Saturday and Sunday. Non-members are welcome to
join in the fun and fellowship.
The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a meeting following the tournament Sunday and the following activities were voted by the majority present. Dee Keith
is the new secretary. A point system is now in effect onaf trial basis instead onw awarding chas prizes and members rates were increased to $24 per year; however, a
family membership is $36 per year. These dues are payable by the end of January 1986.
For additional information
on the association, call Bob Magire 2337 AWH.


4 Daily Gazette Wednesday,. January 15, 1986


The Sportsman


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DAILY GA ZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 10 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, January 15, 1986 Budgets get Gramm-Rudman ax today (UPI) -Under the amm-Rudman Law, federal ncies learn today how much eir budget will be cut. The Congressional Budget Office and the Office of Management and Budget have figures ready that reportedly call for nearly $12 million in spending cuts beginning March 1. The military faces a nearly five percent reduction. Other federal agencies except Social Security and some programs for the poor will be cut 4.3 percent. Even the National Zoo in Washington 31 OzanfinUsmn u} will be affected. Amtrack already has cut some service. The Gramm-Rudman requires the federal deficit to be cut to zero in five years, but it is being challenged in the courts. A lawsuit charges part of the law is unconstitutional because it gives the president authority to make cuts, a duty the suit says belongs to Congress. The National Taxpayers Union says if Gramm-Rudman stands up in court, Congress will find a way to avoid balancing the deficit. It filed a class action suit yesterday on behalf of the nation's 60 million children. It said they will have to pay $10,000 in taxes every year the deficit is above its current $200 billion. One of those children will be Will Bonner, 7, son of an official of the taxpayers' union. He does not know what a deficit is. He says he does not want the government to take his money. He said, "I won't have enough to do other things with it." Target Range, Naval Statin. Old Guantanamo -In the final of our old post cards of the Guantanamo area, a target range at the Naval Station. We thank Eugene Kichlmeier cards. for submitting the series of King's birthday, federal holiday Monday (UPI) -Today is the fiftyseventh anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birth, an *servance getting special ention this year because it becomes a federal holiday. President Reagan, who had opposed every major civil rights bill King wanted, compared King to Abraham Lincoln. In a statement yesterday, Reagan said they "sought the full realization of the principles set forth in our Declaration of Independence." Reagan concluded, "Let us work without tiring for a world at peace, in which justice and freedom prevail." Today, Reagan will visit a Washington, D.C., school named for King, to talk about racial equality. Secretary of Education William Bennett was at another school yesterday, the John Hope Elementary School in Atlanta, where he taught a third-grade class. Bennett said King worked for the moral improvement of white people as much as he did for improved conditions for blacks. The federal holiday will be observed Monday and the third Monday of January thereafter. Libyan jets "checkout" American plane (UPI) -Defense Secretary Weinberger says yesterday's close encounter between a U.S. Navy surveillance plane and two Libyan fighterjets was nothing "unusual or remarkable." inberger says the Libyans e just, "looking at the rican plane." The interception between the Navy EA3-B Bravo plane and the Soviet-built MIG-15 fighters occured over the Mediterranean, west of the Gulf of Sidra. That is a body of water claimed by Libya as part of its territory. The United States does not recognize the claim. No missiles or shots were fired during Monday's incident, the first between the United States and Libyan forces since President Reagan accused Moammar Khadafy of supporting the terrorists that carried out last month's attacks on the Rome and Vienna airports. Shuttle ordered to come home tomorrow (UPI) -The shuttle Columbia not only got a late start but now it is coming back early. The space agency ordered the crew to prepare for a landing at Cape Canaveral tomorrow, a day sooner than originally scheduled. The astronauts' blastoff Sunday was 25 days late. That left engineers at the cape .a tight schedule to get Columbia ready for another flight scheduled in March. In addition, if for some reason Columbia could not land Friday, a Saturday landing in Florida might be difficult because of expected bad weather. A California landing is possible, but that would mean more lost time in returning the shuttle to Florida. So, the word was radioed to the spacecraft yesterday to come back tomorrow. The seven crew members also had another disappointment. An electronic device intended to intensify photographs of Halley's Comet never worked. They tried to repair it, but could not. The flight in March will have another study of the comet using an observatory called Astro. Around the globe Jury Acquits Navy Petty Officer (UPI) -A San Diego jury has acquitted a Navy petty officer of involuntary manslaughter charges in the death of a 10-year-old boy. Ralph Moritz yesterday was found innocent in the shooting last sumner of young Clark Key in National City. Moritz had picked up a rifle in his apartment and it accidently went off. The bullet passed through a window and struck the youngster while he played outside. Congressmen Leave For Vietnam (UPI) -Four congressmen were briefed yesterday at an Army laboratory in Hawaii that identifies remains and then left for Southeast Asia. They will visit Vietnam and Laos. Senator Dennis Deconcini, an Arizona Democrat, says resolving the issue of missing servicemen in Southeast Asia is a top priority with Americans. Arab Merchants On Strike (UPI) -Arab merchants in Jerusalam's walled old city are on strike. They are protesting a visit by right-wing Israeli politicians to the Temple Mount. Arabs, Jews and Christians all consider the temple holy. Yesterday, hundreds of Arabs surrounded the politicians and forced than to flee. West German Defects -A news agency says a West German enlisted army man apparently has defected to East Germany with his family. The soldier had a job dealing with "sensitive material" but he did not have much access to secrets. The agency quotes an official as saying, "It apparently is not a big case." Church Contributions Increased (UPI) -Fewer Americans belong to churches, but they are putting more in collection plates. That is the report from the National Council of Churches. It says membership in nine Protestant denominations fell nearly one percent from 1983 to 1984. Contributions increased nearly eight percent, twice the inflation rate. Drug-related Fire Causes Crash (UPI) -There is a report in this morning's Washington Post that federal investigators suspect a cocaine-related fire might have led to the New Year's Eve plane accident that killed singer Rick Nelson and six others. But a spokesman for the National Transportation Safely Board says the board has not yet seen any evidence to support the theory. Company And Union to Bargain (UPI) -The Normal Meat Company in Austin, Minn., says it is handing out applications to people who want the jobs vacated by strikers. Negotiators for the company and the union are going back to bargaining today, trying to settle a walkout that has been going on since August. r : .: r .Y. ":Y. / ..fit .P' .: C M y. rrr' '". .s Q: t Page 2 -Scheduled power outages Page 3 -Naviagtion rule of the road Page 4 -New G.I. Bill getting good grades Page 4 -Rockets winning streak over s .e.

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______ Several power outages scheduled There will be a scheduled a.m. -12:30 p.m. and to minimize loading power outage to remove and Wednesday, Jan. 22, 7:30 a.m. Leeward Point St repair existing fused cutouts -3:30 p.m. Generator. Leeward Poi feeding all of Granadillo I srqetdta eo islgn area. The dates, times, and Leeward Point residents turn Tueeday, Jan. 21, 7:30 areas affected by this outage off all air conditioning and 12:30 p.m. and Friday are: Thursday, Jan. 16, 8 -other electrical appliances 24, 8 a.m -3 p.m. 10 a.m.: Granadillo Point, W JGranadillo Circle, AFRTS, J. SERVMART -Due to scheduled inventory, SERVMART will be closed Jan. 15 -17 and, because of a federal holiday, will be closed Jan. 20, too. SERVMART will reopen Jan. 21 for regular business. Chief Petty Officer Exam -The January 1986 Chief Petty Officer Advancement Examination will be administered Thursday, January 16, at the Windjammer Club. Candidates should muster at 7:15 a.m. with identification and in proper uniform. Fire Warden's Training Class -"Inspection and Maintenance of Portable Extinguishers" will be the subject of the next Naval Air Station Fire Wardens Training Class at the Naval Air Station Training Room, Friday, January 17. For more information, please contact ABH2 Mitchell, extension 6450. Martin Luther King Activities -There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K run/walk will be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base Chapel, there will be a memorial service to conrnemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361. Military Leadership Exams -Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, Jan. 23, 7:30 a.m., in the Windjamer Club. Participants must submit a special request chit or memorandum from their division officer to Officer In Charge, Personnel Support Detachment, no later than Monday, Jan. 21, at 3 p.m. Hook Schedule -The Hook Coffee Shop is located off Sherman Avenue (near the Navy Exchange) and it is open to people of all faiths. The schedule of events for this weekend is: Friday, 7 p.m. -Bible Study, "Book of Romans" Saturday, 7 p.m. -Movie, "Ten Comandments" Graduate Management Admission Test -Three GMATs are available for the Jan. 27 testing date. Call Navy Campus, 4769, and sign up for the exam. The fee is $30. NAVBASE Officers Hail and Farewell -Celebrate Chinese New Year, Saturday, Feb. 1 at the COMO. Visit the Hong Kong tailor for an appropriate frock. Tickets are available at the club or comand representative. Dancing Lessons -The Dance Factory will offer a 15-week session of dancing lessons, beginning the last week of January. Lessons will continue through mid May. Tap and ballet lessons are offered to children, ages five through 12. Jazz lessons will be offered to children, ages eight and up. Enrollment is limited, due to the space available. Please call Lynne Anderson,. 3477, after 6 p.m., for more information. What Is New At the Child Development Center -The Child Development Center has enlarged its nursery to accomodate additional infants, ages two months to approximately one year old. Drop by the center or call Marilyn Anderson, 2206, for more information. Teen Skating Party -There will be a Teen Skating Party Friday, Jan. 24, 7:30 -10:30 p.m., to be held at the pit of the former high school. Cost is $1 for members, $1.50 for nonmembers. Teen Club Dance -The Teen Club Dance that was scheduled for Dec. 17 has been re-scheduled to Friday, Jan. 31, 8 -11 p.m., Yacht Club. -----------DAILY GAZETTE -------U.S. Navy's only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Cordon, USN.Camnarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Crdr. Rick Fischer, USN. .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Byington.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nail alllebeau, USN .q Editor J03 TeniThnas, US .Assis gtditor Mrs. Diane 2ixmrrran. ..Secretar Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efinoff .Production Assistant SR Kim Fields .Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, urder the direction of the public affairs officer. nhe Daily Czettn is printed five tiNe a seek at goverrumnt expense on government equipset, at the Navy Publications ard Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions a statements that aear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official viers of the Navy Department or Camiarrder, U.S. Naval Base. Batch Plant, and Quarters 942. Scheduled power outages to replace split power pole between Granadillo area: Friday, Jan. 17: 8 -8:30 a.m. and 1 -1:30 p.m.: Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, AFRTS, Batch Plant and Quarters 942; 8:30 a.m. 1 p.m.: Granadillo Point, AFRTS, Batch Plant and Quarters 942. There will be scheduled power outages at the Taurman Avenue substation concerning the following dates, times, and the areas: Tuesday, Jan. 21, and Wednesday, Jan. 22, 7:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m.: Oceanview Housing, Corinaso Housing, Gasolean Hill, McCalla Hanger, Transportation Garage, Household Goods, Reef Raiders, EOD, NEX Furniture Warehouse, Light House, Pier Delta, Ferry Landing, Ordnance Triangle, McCalla Hill, Blue Caribe, NMCB Detachment, Oil Point Housing, Pest Control, Contractors Barracks (AV 96,99, 98, 97), Phillips Park and Cable Beach. On Wednesday, Jan. 22, 10:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m. there will be intermittent power outages at various times, each lasting approximately one hour for the above dates. There will be an additional power outage for Crane Hill only, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 7:30 on the andby int will orator a.m. y, Jan. 0 40 Years Of Service -Eldica Moore recently received a plaque and letter of appreciation for her 40 years of "outstanding" service at the Bachelor Officers' Quarters. Navy Exchange auto survey The Navy Exchange Auto Service Center is running a survey of Automobles in GTMO. This data is required to determine the most popular cars aboard and update the auto parts stock. Please complete the following questionaire and return via Guard Mail to Stop 7. SURVEY MAKE OF CAR: YEAR/MODEL: ENGINE (Q4RCLE ONE) 4 CYL 6 CYL V6 8 CYL ENGINE CID OR CC: CARBURETOR (EXAMPLE HOLLEY 2BBL): BRAKES: (POWER/STANDARD) BRAKES FRONT: (DISC/DRUM) BRAKES REAR: (DISC/DRUM) A/C: (YES/NO): ELECTRIC OR STANDARD IGNITION: Local nominations sought for Great American Family Local nominations are being sought for this year's Great American Family Awards Program, and three families here will be selected to represent Guantanamo Bay. The program is being conducted locally in cooperation with the Washington-based American Family Society, the sponsor of the program. This is not a contest, and families are sought who nurture individual growth of their members, have strong teamwork and love in the home, and who extend friendship and service to others. Single and two parent families, young families, older and extended families, adoptive and foster families are all eligible for the program. Nomination forms and sepcific criteria for the Great American Family Awards Program are available at the Family Services Center or from the Chaplain's Office. Deadline for nominations is Jan. 31, and they can be turned into the Family Services Center or sent to the FSC at Guard Mail Stop 59. Watch the Daily Gazette and TV8 for more details and updates of the family program. 0 I; It 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 14, 1986

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NAVNEWS '86 Budget-Balance Act -(Washinton NNS) -The Gram-Rudman balanced budget law could force cuts of $65 to $90 billion in defense spending authority in FY 1987. The Budget-Balancing Act, named after Sens. Phil Gramm (R-Texas) and Warren Rudman (R-N.H.), may dramatically reverse the president's military buildup and lead to the greatest defense cutback in peacetime history, according to congressional leaders. The Navy, like the rest of the federal government, is concerned. But as Chief of Naval Operations Adm. James Watkins said in an interview January 2, "It's really to early to get overly apprehensive and concerned about it." Billig Trial -(Washington NNS) -The trial of a Navy doctor who was head of cardiothoracic surgery at Bethesda Naval Hospital began Jan. 9. Billig has been charged with five counts of involuntary manslaughter and 24 counts of dereliction of cuty. Conviction of all charges could mean a maxium of 21 years confinement at hard labor, dishonorable discharge and forfeiture of all pay. Billig performed heart operations at the Naval Hospital from January 1983 to November 1984. Mail Restrictions -(Washington NNS) -The Navy recently announced a policy concerning mailing restrictions on names and addresses of certain servicemen. The new policy allows unit comanders to protect the personal information of their people from commerical mailing lists. These restrictions apply only to individuals assigned to routinely deployable or sensitive units and to people overseas, outside of Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands and American Samoa. Also, all fleet Marine forces are covered by this policy. Pre-Deployment Performance -(Brunswick, Maine NNS) -A patrol squadron recently hosted a play dealing with the hardships and anxieties associated with a deployment. Squadron VP-23, based in Brunswick, used a professional acting company and director to produce the play. The 30 minute play was geared for the children, using teenage actors. The play, originally adapted for puppets, was re-written for the stage. The squadron and the -Family Services Center implemented the play hoping to curb some of the problems associated with a deployment. Blue Santas -(Norfolk, Va. NNS) -Approximately 15 chiefs of the Commander, Submarine Force, U.S. Atlantic Fleet Chief Petty Officer's Association delivered presents and food to 34 families. Including 51 senior citizens, during the holidays. Gifts for the third annual event included robes, shoes and blankets. Dinner consisted of ham, scalloped potatoes, two vegetables, rolls, canned -pineapple, oranges and cookies. The project was funded by an annual candy bar sale that raised $1000. CM/C Program Change -(Washington, D.C. NNS) -Recent changes to the Command Master Chief (CM/C) Program make any E9s, including those who are frocked, eligible for it. This means all E9s, whether they volunteer or not and regardless or rating, are eligible to fill CM/C billets. The Naval Military Personnel Command will identify selectees to fill needed billets and assign them according to the instruction OPNAVINST 5400.37. New G.l. Bill gets high grades (AFPS) -It has been almost six months since the Veterans Educational Assistance Program was replaced for new recruits by the new G.I. Bill. So far, the report card for the new system reads a solid B+. ctive duty recruits who act to use the new G.I. Bill pay a non-refundable $100 a month for 12 months ($1,200) .In return, they receive $300 a month for 36 months ($10,800) when they have completed at least three years service and are ready to go to college or vacational school. Education-minded recruits seem to like the bill, which went into effect July 1, 1985. Army recruits like it best, with 69 percent enrolling, followed by Marines, 51 percent, Air Force, 38 percent, and Navy recruits, 29 percent. Recruiters say the bill makes their job easier. As one of them put it, "A lot of people come in here every day asking about the program. It's a good deal. Where else can you put in $100 a month and get back $300?" In addition to active duty recruits, the new G.I. Bill provides benefits for Vietnam-era G.I. Bill participants and members of the Selected Reserve serving in troop units or individual augments or active Guard and Reserve programs. Selected Reserve personnel can also participate in the program. Signing up for a six-year obligation entitles them to up to $140 a month for 36 months, $5,040. Rules of the national road to abide by Application: In accordance with COMTINST M16672.2, Navigation Rules, International and Inland, (72 COLREGS) the following rules apply to all vessels on international waters. International rules apply to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Responsibility: Nothing in these rules shall exonerate any vessel, or the owner, master, or crew there of, from the consequences of any neglect to comply with these rules or of the neglect of any precaution which may be required by the ordinary AUTOS '70 307 Camaro, recently painted, engine rebuilt, AM/FM cassette stereo. Also two Creg-mag rims 15" universial, and one gallon of same color of paint to repaint car, asking $1500 or best offer. Call Mr. Jackson at 6310 DWH. '79 Ford Pinto station wagon, $2800. Excellent mechanical condition. Available Jan. 24 at Ferry Landing. Call 4285 AWH or can be seen at Radio Point #2. '79 Honda Accord, 4-door. Call Bob at 4164 DWH or 3740 AWH. TWO WHEELERS Aero 125 motor scooter, mint condition, $1100. Call Paul at 4196 DWH or 3477 AWH. '79 Honda 400, tires and battery less than one year old, two helmets, $700. Call 4849/4486 DWH or 3567 AWH. Red Yamaha CA50 scooter, excellent condition, comes with manuals, basket and two helmets. Good transportation, $550 neg. Call 2197 AWH. BOOKS Book for City College Chicago, Indtroduction{ Algebra I. Call Holt 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH. of to at PETS Free to a good home. German Shepherd/Lab mix, still a puppy, just nine-months-old. She needs more space than we have. Very playful, all black, no markings. Call Bill at 4820 DWH or Linda at 2249 DWH or 2862 AWH. One-year-old cat needs good home. Leaving island at the end of January. Cannot take him with me. If interested, contact Debby at 4963 AWH. WANTED An outboard engine up to 35hp in good working condition. Call Bill at 4857 DWH or 3361 AWH. One men's 10-speed bicycle in good condition at reasonable price. Call Fred at 4295 DWH. If not there, leave name and number on machine. practice of seaman or by the special circumstances of the case. In complying with the rules due regard shall be had to all dangers of navigation and collision and to any special circumstances, including the limitations of the vessels involved, which may make departure from these rules necessary to avoid immediate danger. General Definitions: The word "vessel" includes every discription of waterborne craft, used or capable of being used as a means of The Saler FURNITURE Six-piece living room set; sofa; love seat, chair, coffee table and two end tables, good condition, $500. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH. Dinette set, seats six, eight with center leaf, four matching chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Stacey at 4819 DWH or 2589 AWH. Coffee tables set of three for $100 or $40 each; bunk beds w/mattress, $125. Call 3492 AWH. Sleeper/sofa, queen size; spanish style shelving units. Call 2838 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS One GE 18,500 BTU, one GE 14,000 BTU. Both under warranty. Available immediately. Guaranteed to cool your jets. Both for $400 or will sell separately. Call 3344. Four 12,500 BTUs. All for $400. Call 4285 AWH. One 15,000 BTU, one 11,000 BTU, both for $250. Call Holt at 6195/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH. APPLIANCES Sears Kenmore washer for parts. Will run, but needs belt, $50. Call P.O. Emnrich at 4442/4499 AT. CARPETING One 15x22 capet to fit TK housing, $275. Call 3492 AWH. DRAPES One set of navy blue drapes, 108x84, almost new, will fit sliding glass doors of TK housing. Also have rod to go with them. Call 2838 AT. MISCELLANEOUS One D.P. Pacer 200 exercise bike. Call 2838 AT. Centipede 5200 Atari cartridge, brand new, never been used before, $10. Call Karen at 3253 AWH. LOST Vivitar 110 pocket camera with flash and automatic wind. Please return! Valuable Christmas pictures inside. Call 3407 AT or 4600 DWH. transportation on water. The term "power driven vessel" means any vessel propelled by machinery. The term "sailing vessel" means any vessel under sail provided that propelling machinery, if fitted, is not being used. (A sailing vessel with sails set and also operating machinery as propulsion is considered a vessel under power.) The term vessel engaged in fishing" means any vessel fishing with nets, lines, trawls, or other fishing apporatus which restrict maneuverability, but does not include a vessel which do not restrict maneuverability, but does not include a vessel which do not restrict maneuverability. The term vessell resticted in her ablility to maneuver" means a vessel which from the nature of her work is restricted in her ability to maneuver as required by the Rules of the National Road and is therefore unable to keep out of the way of another vessel. For example, a ship making an approach to a pier or dock either going ahead or astern, mooring to a bouy. The term "vessel constrained by her draft" means a power driven vessel which because of her draft in relation to the available depth of the water is severely restricted in her ablility to deviate from the course she is following. (Because of the relative narrowness of the channel leading into and out of Guantanamo Bay, all warships and merchantmen operating in the channel shall be considered to be constrained by draft and as such shall be given a wide berth by operators of privately owned and military small craft.) Conduct of Vessels: Every vessel shall at all times maintain a proper look-out by sight and hearing as well as by all available means appropriated in the prevailing circumstances and conditions so as to make a full appraisal of the situation and of the risk of collision. Risk of Collision And Action To Avoid Collision: Every vessel shall ask all available means appropriate to the prevailing circumstances and conditions to determine if risk of collision exists. If there is any doubt such risk shall be deaned to exist. In determining if risk of collision exists the following considerations shall be among those taken into account: Such risk shall be deemed to exist if the compass bearing of an approaching vessel does not appreciably change. Such risk may sometimes exist even when an appreciable bearing change is evident, particularly when approching a very large vessel or a tow or when approaching a vessel at close range. Safe Speed: Every vessel shall at all times proceed at a safe speed so that she can take proper and effective action to avoid collision and be stopped within a distance appropriate to the prevailing circumstances and conditions. (To be continued tomorrow) 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 15, 1986

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Sp ortis Jazz hands Rockets 105-102 loss at home Flyers rally to beat Devils (AP) -There were five close games last night in the NHL. Philadelphia rallied to beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2. Tim Kerr's thirty-eighth goal of the season tied the score in the third period, and Pelle Eklund wetted the game winner. The Calgary Flames edged the Washington Capitals 4-3. There were 23 penalties in the game, and all seven goals were scored on power plays. The second largest crowd in North Stars' history, nearly 16,000 fans, saw Minnesota and Chicago tie 3-3. Brian Bellows scored the tying goal for the Stars with just under four minutes left in regulation time. Black Hawks'goalie Murray Bannerman made 36 saves. Ecuador's Gomez beats LeConte (AP) -The Masters Tennis Tournament opened yesterday in New York. Ecuador's Andres Gomez replaced an ill Jimmy Connors, and rolled past Henri LeConte of France 7-6, 6-1. Johan Kriek upset Sweden's Stefan Edberg 6-2, 4-6, 6-2. And Mats Wilander, of Sweden, defeated Scott Davis 6-3, 6-4. The first round will be completed today. Anders Jarryd plays fellow Swede Joakim Nystrom. Yannick Noah of France meets Tim Mayotte, Czechoslovakia's Ivan Lendl takes on countryman Tomas Smid, and two-time defending champion John McEnroe plays Brad Gilbert. Defenseman Mike McEwen's first two goals of the season gave the New York Rangers a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Dale Hawerchuk netted two third period goals to pusit the Winnipeg Jets past Quebec 5-4. That ended the Nordiques winning streak at seven games. (AP) -The Houston Rockets lost at home for the first time this season. The Utah Jazz beat the Rockets 105-102, ending the home victory streak at 20 games, three short of the NBA record. Rickey Green scored four points in the game's last nine seconds to secure the victory for Utah. Two NBA towers traded punches last night in Chicago. Just before the Bullets completed a 117-113 victory over the Bulls, glimpse NCAA Takes Strong Stand Against Drugs (UPI) -The NCAA ended its 80th annual convention in New Orleans yesterday after making stronger than usual stands on drugs, gambling and academic standards. The organization established a drug testing policy for college athletes, a move that former Association President John Toner called "long overdue." The NCAA also called in the federal government to ban interstate transmission of gambling information, including pointspreads and gambling amateur sports events. Earlier in the convention, the group set modifed minimum academic standards which go into effect next suner. The new regulations will give high school students two more years before having to fully meet minimum standards. $500,000 Masters Tennis Championships (UPI) -Boris Becker, Mats Wilander and Andres Gomez all advanced in the $500,000 Tennis Championship last night. Becker came back from a slow start to down Paul Annacone 3-6, 6-4, 6-3, and 62. Third seeded Wilander cruised to a comfortable 6-3, 6-4 decision over Scott Davis. John Kariek registered a mild upset in beating fifth-seeded Stefan Edberg, 6-2, 6-1. in the final match of the night. Top seeded Ivan Lendl and defending champion John McEnroe meet tonight. North Carolina Keep Record Unspoiled (UPI) -Top ranked North Carolina kept its record unspoiled by defeating. Maryland 71-67 in an Atlantic Coast Conference matchup. Freshman Jeff Lebo scored 18 points off the bench and senior Brad Daugherty added 15 as the Tar Heals moved to a 17-0 record record. North Carolina is also 3-0 in the ACC. The Sportsman By Charles Morey Mike Tyson, a young tiger, already has done something that Larry Holmes, an aging lion, failed to do. Mike has equalled one of the records set by the legendary Rocky Marciano. The other night in Albany, New York, Tyson put away his 16th opponent in as many fights. It tied Marciano's record for 16 straight knockouts at the start of his career shortly after World War II., Holmes, you will recall, struck out swinging, and none too well, last fall, in his bid to tie Marciano's mark of 49 victories without a loss before retiring as heavyweight champ. Tyson, like Marciano, has concentrated power. He is only 5-foot-1l, short for a heavyweight, but he packs 217 pounds of firepower. Marciano may have been an inch shorter, and rarely came in over 190, but he carried a hand grenade in each glove. It is much too soon to compare Tyson with Marciano in career records. Mike has a long way to go. But he is only 19, and he can only get better. As it is, he leaves his opponents wishing they had gone to the movies instead of the fights. Like Marciano, Tyson can send you home with either hand. He can ben your jaw with a short right cross, or cross your eyes with a vicious left hook. Again, like Mariano, Tyson bobs and weaves and tries to get inside, close enough to tag a hit and run opponent. He pitches combination, which are tough to defend against. One of his knockout victims, Eddie Richardson, who went to the showers after one minute and 17 seconds of the first round, was asked if he had ever been hits so hard. Richardson gave some thought to the question, and replied, "Yeah, I was. A year ago, I was hit by a truck." Another of Mike's victims Sammy Scaff, spared with Greg Page and went four rounds with Tim Witherspoon. He testfied that Tyson hit him harder that anyone else did. Tyson has been a professional for less than a year, and, of course, his opponents have been carefully selected. He has not met any world class heavy any world class heavyweights yet. His co-manager, Jim Jacobs and Bill Cayton, point out that Tyson had only 26 fights as an amateur. But he also had the benefit of six years of coaching from maker of champion, Cubs D'Amato, who died a few months ago. And the story has a long way to go. Mike could become one of the all-time greats. The Chicago Bears will not have to worry about the weather in the Super Bowl, but they may give a thoughtor two to the weathers. That would be Robert 03 Weathers, a New England Patriot runningback who's one of the unsung heroes of last Sunday's upset victory over the Miami Dolphins for the AFC title. Weathers suited up for the game against the Dolphins with a feeling that he would see little or no action. He thought that Craig James and Tony Collins would do all of the carrying for New England. But Coach Raymond Berry decided to alternate two sets of running backs, and Weathers found himself with a chance to do his thing. He carried 16 times for 87 yards, an average of almost five and a half per yards per try. One of his runs was a dazzling 45 yard whirling dash through half the Dolphin defensive unit. He also caught a touchdown pass from Tony Eason, his only reception of the day. How much action Weathers will see against the Bears in the Louisiana Superdome one week form Sunday is hard to say, and it must be conceded that the Chicago defense is far superior to Miami's. But if he does get a chance to run with the ball, or go downfield for a pass, you can count on Weather giving it a tall try. Washington's Manute Bol and Kings 115-104. Chicago's Jawann Oldham began Portland protected a lead throwing punches, Oldham is throughout the second half, seven feet tall. Bol is and the Trail Blazers held 7-foot-6. off the Cleveland Cavs Both players were ejected 120-108. Kiki Vandeweghe from the game, and while Bol threw in 28 points for the was leaving the court, Oldhamwinners. charged after him for a Seven Lakers scored in second round of fisticuffs, double figures as Los Angeles they were separated again, outgunned the Phoenix Suns and escorted from the court. 143-122. Magic Johnson led Neither player was seriously L.A. with 21 points 19 injured, assists and nine rebounds. With the Bullets down 98-87 Yeserday Portland trade in the fourth quarter, Leon guard Darnell Valentine t Wood came off the bench and the Los Angeles Clippers. In sparked Washington's comeback return the Trail Blazers get by scoring his team's next 16 a first round pick in this points. year's draft, and an option Elsewhere, Philadelphia on switching second round outscored New Jersey 16-2 in picks with the ;Clippers in the final four minutes of the either 1988 or 1989. third period, and the 76ers Free agent Bob McAdoo hes polled past the Nets 123-105. signed a reported two year, Dominique Wilkins scored 25 $305,000 contract with the points and grabbed 15 Philadelphia 76ers. The Los rebounds to lead the Atlanta Angeles Lakers released McAdoo Hawks past the Sacramento last year. PoArea Athletics martin Luther King Activities -There will be a softball tournament Jan., 18 and 19, Cooper Field. For more information, call Rec Services, 2248. The 5K run/walk will be held Monday, Jan. 20, 7 a.m., Windmill Beach. A memorial prayer service will be held following the race, beginning at 8 a.m. There is a covered dish breakfast planned to follow the memorial prayer service. Also Monday, Jan. 20, 5 p.m., in the Base Chapel, there will be a memorial service to commemorate Dr. King's works and his contributions to America and the world. For more information, call 2484 or 3361. Saim Classes Leeward Point 1/18-3/8 Beginner Advanced Beginner Intermediates Windward 1/18-3/8 Infants CPO Waterbabies CPO Advance Lifesaving W.J. Beginner ages 7-10 Vill. Advanced Beginner Vill. 1/20-2/17 Adult Beginner W.J. o n t s n s :o 1000-1100 Saturday 0900-1000 Saturday 0800-0900 Saturday 1000-1030 Saturday 1030-1100 Saturday 0800-1030 Saturday 0900-1000 Saturday 1000-1100 Saturday 1800-1900 M-W-F Cost: $12/person $6 for each additional family member Registration: Windward January 16, 1 p.m.3 p.m. at Recreation Services Office. Leeward Point first day of class (1/18). For more information call Donna Bowers at. 2560. Group Golf Lessons -Group golf lessons for beginners will be conducted every Tuesday and Thursday for four weeks commencing 21 and 23 January. The group will be limited to five at a fee of $25 per person. For more information W contact Moose Claxton 2519. Four-man team takes first in tourney The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a Jack and Jill four-man team scramble, Sunday, January 12. The winning team, Scott Rolfe, Pete McKee, Randal Wiele and Carol Stanley took first place honors with a score of seven under par 65. The team of Tom Smith, Rob Ploeger, Mike Basnight and Dee Sutcliff were tied for second place with Art Rolfe, Jake Keith, Robin Head and Gary Harris. Don Waters and Mariam Parker won the closest to the PIN award while Tom Smith, Mike Basnight and Dee Sutcliff walked away with the long drive competition. Forty-four golfers participated in this golf affair. This week the association is holding a Two-man Blind Draw Handicap Tournament to be held Saturday and Sunday. Non-members are welcome to join in the fun and fellowship. The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a meeting following the tournament Sunday and the following activities were voted by the majority present. Dee Keith is the new secretary. A point system is now in effect on trial basis instead on awarding chas prizes and members rates were increased to $24 per year; however, a family membership is $36 per year. These dues are payable by the end of January 1986. For additional information on the association, call Bob Magire 2337 AWH. 4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 15, 1986 /