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DAILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bayk Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 14


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper --


Wednesday, January 22, 1986


Reagan says budget will comply with Gramm-Rudman


(UPI) -- Lawmakers in ,Wshington are warning of the
ed for tax hikes to meet
the deficit-reducing guideleines of the GraMm-Rudmann Balanced Budget
Law.
President Reagan met with
Republican congressional
leaders yesterday.
He told them his fiscal
1987 budget will comply with Gramm-Rudman. without raising taxes, hurting the needy or cutting into national


security.
But Senate Budget Comnittee Chairman Pete Domenici predicts the government will not be able to meet the guidelines.
The New Mexico Republican says it will take some budget cuts and some tax hikes to "glue the package together." As the General Accounting Office certified the first budget cut in the
Gramm-Rudman five-year plan, three Democrats joined


Cuban-Aerican Friendship -- Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, greeted Cuban commuters at the Northeast Gate yesterday and gave


yesterday in calling for the repeal of the law.
New York Representative Ted
Weiss says Gramm-Rudman is a "mindless system."
In other financial news... 1985 may have been the best year for the Consumer Price Index since 1972. For the first 11 months of 1985, the index rose 3.5 percent.
The November inflation figures meant it cost $326.60 to buy what cost $100 in 1967.


them tickets to attend Friednship Day January 31. Duguid)


Cuban-American (Photo by PHI Don


Three sentenced to die for Gandhi's murder


(UPI) -- Indian security forces are on an alert in New Delhi and Punjab State to prevent possible violence in



Bank's losses

at $178 million

(AP) -- The troubled BANKAMERICA Corporation has
* ported a fourth quarter
5ss of $178 million. The
parent of San Francisco's Bank of America has also suspended its quarterly dividend on common stock.
A large portfolio of bad
loans is taking its toll on the bank holding company, ranked number two behind CITICORP.
The announcement follows
the news that the Treasury Department has fined the Bank
of America $4.75 million for failure to report large currency transactions.


the wake of today's verdict in the Indira Gandhi assassination trial.
Three.Sikhs were convicted and sentenced to death for the October 31, 1984, killing of the prime minister as she walked from her home to an adjoining office eomplex.
All had pleaded innocent when the trial began last May in a tiny makeshift courtroom in a New Delhi maximum-security jail. Court officials say the


defendants showed little emotion when the verdicts were handed down.
The murder by Mrs. Gandhi's bodyguards was carried out to avenge her decision to send troops into the Sikh's holiest shrine.
Court documents say a chance flight by a falcon to Mrs. Gandhi's home set the conspiracy into motion.
The falcon is a good luck omen for Sikhs.


Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: A newly arrived resident said they wanted to know what the hours were for watering lawns.

Response: All residents


Old Guantanamo -- In our second old post card of Guantanamo, McCall Hill as it looked in the 1920s. The cards were suhmitted by Maj. Steve Sayko.


should be aware that the following regulations are in effect for the watering of
lawns:
Lawns can be watered three nights a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, for 45 minutes, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 11 p.m.

Inquiry: A caller says "Hotel" buoy is a safety hazard for boat owners coming out of TV8 landing. The
caller says it is sitting in the middle of the bay without a light.

Response: "Hotel" buoy is a mooring buoy. The "Rules of the Road" say that mooring buoys cannot have lights on them. The lights get in the way when ships are trying to tie up to the buoys.
Because of the complaints recently received, reflection
tape has been put on the mooring buoys so they are more distinguishable at night.


W E News of the bay




Daily Newspapers At Standstill -- After months of work to obtain reliable delivery of daily U.S. newspapers, the project is at a standstill.
"The Supply Center at Norfolk cannot seem to
figure out what kind of paperwork it takes to move the papers to Guantanamo Bay," said Cmdr. Bob Miller, local supply officer.
In spite of the efforts by Cmdr. Miller, the papers still remain only a "hope."
Last July, Lt. Cmdr. Rick Fischer, Public Affairs
officer, made arrangements with a Norfolk vendor to deliver USA Today, The Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal to the Norfolk MAC terminal for shipment to'
Guantanamo Bay.
The Navy Exchange officer agreed to handle local
business arrangements and surveyed the community to see if he could guarantee enough subscriptions for home delivery.
The survey resulted in over 500 residents saying
"yes," that they would subscribe to one or more of the papers. Five-hundred was the minimum needed to begin delivery.
The NEX then advertised for a paper manager. Six people responded but none has been hired. Paper boys and girls acquired about routes as interest intensified in early October 1985.
Since that time the project has come to a complete stop. Although the supply centers are talking, it "is not the highest priority for either center," according to Fischer.

Tours And Travel Open At Night -- The Tours and Travel Office will be open in the evenings to handle vacation arrangements to Jamaica, according to Tours and Travel Director Barbara Diaz.
Since the office is also open in the day, Tours and Travel will be open Monday through Friday in the
evenings "by appointment only."
For further information, please call Barbara at 3845.

Results of Captain's Mast -- Captain's Mast was held at the U.S. Naval Station January 16. The results are:
One E4 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 111, drunken driving, and was awarded reduction to E3, forfeiture of $200 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra duty.
One E4 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 92, disobeying a lawful order, and violation of UCMJ Article 134, wrongfully charging collect telephone calls to the g6vernment, and was awarded reduction to E3, forfeiture of $150 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra duty.

Birth Announcements -- To announce the newest addition to your family in the paper, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents full names, the baby's name, the date of birth and the baby's weight.
Parents: PHI Donald and Vicki Duguid
Child: Patrick Edward Born: Decemfber 26, 1985
Weight: 6 pounds, 15 ounces

Parents: ABF2 David and MS2 Cynthia McFarland
Child: Richard'Ray
Born: November 11, 1985
Weight: 8 pounds, 10 1/4 ounces

Parents: OS2 Wayne and Lori Snyder
Child: Christopher Wayne
Born: November 11, 1985
Weight: 8 pounds, 3 ounces

Retail Sale ,- The .local branch of the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office will conduct a
"Retail Sale of Surplus Government Personal Property" on Saturday, February 1, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Items to be sold include dressers, chests, tables and chairs, office equipment and TVs.
Property will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, as is, where is, cash only, no refunds, no exchanges.
For more information, call 4184 DWH.
Inside:


Page Page Page Page Page Page


Ferry Schedule Business News Filing Damage Claims
Reservist Training McEnroe Takes A Break The Sportsman
M a a M











In the business world today...


New Locations For Vehicle Offices -- The Vehicle Registration Office is now on the second floor~of the office building on McCalla Hill. The phone number is 4572. The Pass and Identification Office is now in McCalla Hangar. The new phone number is 4791.

Teen Skate Party -- The teens will be skating at the "Pit" of the old high school Friday, January 4, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. The cost is $1 per person.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Do you enjoy entertaining in your home? Is your bar complete? The Marine Corps Exchange has a supply of bar stools. If you need assistance, just ask one of the sales clerks.

Blue Caribe Dinner Specials -- Tonight the special is "Sirloin Strip Steak," broiled to your taste with all the trimmings..only $7.55. It is "Surf and Turfu time Thursday, January 23, and for only $9.95 you can get a five ounce filet and a five ounce lobster tail with all the trimmings. To close out the work week, try 'Deep Fried Shrimpu for $4.75. It is the special for Friday, January 24.

Inflation Fighter -- The Inflation Fighter at the Stoplight Inn and Kountry Kitchen through Friday, January 24, is:
Bacon, egg and cheese sandwich -- 99
cents.

Easter Cantata -- Rehearsals for the community Easter Cantata will begin Thursday, January 23, 8 to 9 p.m. in the Base Chapel.

Hospital Closure -- The Naval Hospital will close for routine patient appointments at noon, Friday, January 31, for Cuban-American Friendship Day. Sick call and emergency patients will be treated in the emergency room. For further information, contact the appointment desk at 2200 or 2208.

Craft Class -- A craft class, "Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Friday, January 24, 6 to 9 p.m., in room 18 at the Community Service Center (Old High School). The fee is $10 a person. Students need to bring pencil, paper, four clip clothes pins and scissors. All other supplies will be provided. For more information, contact Mrs. Koose, 3516 AWH or Ms. Diaz, 3845 DWH.

CPO Hail and Farewell -- There will be a CPO Hail and farewell Saturday, January 25, featuring "Mongolian Barbeque," beef, pork and turkey, cooked to perfection with all the trimmings. The cost is 95 cents ar ounce for meat, cash bar, semi-formal dress. The CPO Club Patio will be open for authorized patrons not attending the barbeque.

Military Leadership Exam -- The Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7s will be administered at the Windjammer Club Thursday, January 23, 7:30 a.m. Participants must have proper identification and must be in uniform of the day.

Civilian Employees -- Civilian employees who have purchased a ticket and have their supervisor's permission may be excused, without charge to leave, to attend the Cuban-American Friendship Day.

Latin Night -- Enjoy "Salsa Music" and dancing at the Cuban Club (across the street from the auto parts store) Saturday, January 25 at 8 p.m. Your hosts will be Enrique, Juan and Cheo. Come out and listen to the best in Latin music. Admission is free and the event is "BYOB." For more information, call SSgt. Juan Cancino at 4121. Everyone is invited!


DAILY GAZE-rE
U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Cordon, USN...............Cnmnarder, U.S. Naval base
Lt. Qtdr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
JOl StacByington............. Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Nil Giillebeau, USN ......................Managing Editor
J03 Teri nas, USN........................ Assi itor
s. .i.nn.................................Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistarff
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station neW4papers, under the direction of th-e public affairs officer. The Daily-Gzette is printed five tine a .wek at government expense on government equinent, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. e opinions ain statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official vieus of the Navy Departrent or CmarrIer, U.S. Naval Base.


New IBM Computer

(AP) -- International Business Machines (IBM) has
announced a new line of computer workstations for scientists, engineers and
other technical professionals.
It is a market that the computer giant has so far been unable to dominate.
The so-called "R-T" computers are part of IBM's
personal computer family but are far faster and more powerful than the other


New


Ferry


Schedule
Passanger Boat Runs
Monday - Thursday Only


Depart Windward

7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m.

1:00 p.m.
4:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m.


Depart
Leeward

7:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
9:30 a.m.
1O:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
No Run
1: 30 p.m.
2:30 p.m.
3:00 p.m.


Ferry Sche

Monday a Wednesday

Depart Windward

6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m.
No Run 10:30 a.m. 11 11:30 a.m. 12:30 a.m. 1: 30 p.m. 2:30 p.m.
3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m.
No Run 8: 30 p.m. 9:30. p.m. 10 10:30 p.m. 1
No Run


members.
A company spokesman says although the "R-T" is targeted at technical professionals, the computer's
power and versitility could make it appeal to a far wider
range of customers.

Phone Rates To Drop

(AP) -- The Federal Communications Commission says long distance telephone rates will probably drop
substantially in the next three or four years.


Tuesday and Thursdays

Windward Leeward
6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m.
No Run
10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Noon 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.
1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m.
No Run No Run

Friday
Ferry Double Runs


4:30 p.m. Windward
6:30 a.m.
-dule 7: 30 a.m.
8:30 a.m.
Lnd 9:30 a.m. ay 10: 00 a.m.
10:30 a.m.
Depart 11:00 a.m. Leeward .11:30 a.m.
Noon
7:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m.
8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
1:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. Noon 3:00 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
8:30 p.m.
9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 0:00 P.m. 10:30 p.m.


1:00 p.m.


Highlight

(AP) -- Today is Wednesday, January 22, 1986, the twenty second day of 1986. There are 343 days left in the year.
Today's Highlight
On January 22, 1973, in a ruling that continues to generate controversy, the
U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortions nationwide.

On This Date

In 1788, the English romantic poet Lord Byron was born.
In 1901, an era ended with the death of Queen Victoria at the age of 82.
In 1905, thousands of demonstrating Russian workers
were fired on by Imperial army troops in St. Petersburg. The incident
became known as "Red Sunday" or "Bloody Sunday." In 1955, the Pentagon announced a program to develop intercontinental
missiles armed with nuclear warheads.


Leeward
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.

10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m.
11:30 a.m. Noon
12: 30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 1: 30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m.
5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m.


Last Run
12:30 a.m. 1:30 a.m.


Those rates have already
fallen by 12 percent in the last 18 months. FCC Chairman Mark Fowler
says "we are over the hump of the costs we've seen" from the breakup of AT-T and changes ordered by the
agency.
Fowler says long distance rates can be expected to drop five percent in June and
perhaps another 17 percent by the end of this decade.


Saturda


Windward

7:30 a.m.
8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m.

11:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m.

3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m

8:30 p.m.

10:30 p.m.

12:30 a.m.


Ly

Leeward


No Run
8:00 a.m.
9:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m. No Run
Noon
1:00 p.m.
2:00 p.m. No Run
4:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m. No Run
9:00 p.m.
No Run
11:00 p.m. No Run
1:00 a.m.


Sunday and Holidays

Windward Leeward
No Run
7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:00 a.m.
No Run
11:30 a.m. Noon 12:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m.
No Run
3:30 p.m. 4:00p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:06-j.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
No Run
8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m.
9:30 p.m. 10:00 p.m.
No Run No Run

Public Works Department Bus will run accordingly.


Ua.s


9


2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 22, 1986


Plays your

favorite tunes!

Fill out this form with your
top three songs of all time and
return it to Morin Center or
send it to Guard Mail Stop #44.
Then listen to AM1340 to find out,
when we will countdown
Guantanamo Bay's 100 favorite
songs of all tine!

Song and Artist

1.

2.

3.


0..- Deadline for entries
is February 15, 1986.


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The




Saler


AUTOS
'72 VW Squareback, $450; '72 Toyota Carolla, $400; '66 Ford Falcon, $300. Call 2489
AT.

'77 Dodge Diplomat, 2-door hardtop, at, ps, tinted
glass, 318 engine, 40,000 miles, nice car. Must see to appreciate, $1800. Call 3648
after 2 p.m.

'70 Buick station wagon, new
transmission, water pump, and gas pump. Good running condition, $800 neg. Call Eugh at 4011 AWH or 4653 DWH.

'72 Chevy Malibu, 8-cyl.,
2-door, a/c, good condition, automatic transmission, $600.
Call Rivera at 4375 DWH or
2951 AWH.

'76 Pinto station wagon, runs good, looks good, new
barburetor, battery and voltage regulator, $1200.
Available at Ferry Landing February 11. Cali Danny at
4197 DWH or 2698 AWH.

'76 Ford Torino station
wagon, brown, runs great, needs little body work, great for divers, $800 or best
offer. Call 3715 AT.

'72 AMC Matodor wagon, good running car, looks good in and out, $1300 neg. Call Bill
at 3522 AWH.

'66 Plymouth Barracuda, fast back, V-8, 273 cu.in., body
in very good condition for a 20 year old car. Engine runs dependably, though it has sane minor problems. Best offer by February 4 takes it. I prefer to sell to a person who knows cars. Call Tim at 6439 or
6493 DWH.
* TWO WHEELERS
9 Puch moped, runs great,
new tubes, tires, spark plug and helmet included, $250.
Call Don at 2269 DWH or 2839
AWH.

'74 Kawasaki KZ400, 2 1/2 month old black metallic paint, new rectifier, sprockets, chain, points, sparks, and spark cables.
Clutch and throttle cables also new. New rear tire, fairing and two saddle bags included. Dependable transportation, $1200 neg. Call 4911 between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
and ask for PO Pontes or can be seen at Oil Point #114 between 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
9011.Steve at 4419 for an 'Wpointment.

SEWING MACHINE
Brand new sewing machine.
Pennye's 40-stitch model with built-in buttonholer, all metal parts, $359.59 in winter catalog. Will sell for
$195. If .. interested, call right away before I return it
to Penney's for refund.

TELEVISION
Zenith 19" color TV, table model, remote control, looks and works like new, $300.
Call Chief Kaufman at 4734
DWH or 2595 AWH.


BOATS
lOx30 barrel boat, excellent condition. Has head, two
anchors, 35hp Johnson motor, AM/FM radio, CB, running lights, horn, spotlight, headlights, carpeted, and trailer, Asking $2000. Call Dave or Paul at 2300/2647 DWH or Dave at 3682 AWH or Paul at 3355 AWH.

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Atari video computer with Donkey Kong, Bezerk, Barnstormers and Combat, $50. Call 2489 AT.

Amos electric "Strat" style guitar with hard shell case, strap, and cord $165 neg. Call Al at 6266 after 5 p.m. and leave message.
TYPEWRITER
Smith-Corona 2200 electric typewriter, .. $300 new, will sell for $206. Call 2489 AT.

LOST
Single key on ring with tag
saying, "Crash Kit." Call 4579 AT.

APPLIANCES
One 17 cu.ft. upright
freezer, $200. Call 3714 AWH.

Whirlpool gas dryer, brand new, ideal for personnel
going stateside. Price neg. Call 4115 DWH.

FURNITURE
Headboard and frame for a full or queen size bed, very good condition, $50. Call 3648 after 2 p.m.

Small dining room set with center leaf and four matching chairs, good condition, $50. Call Mike at 2872 DWH or 2919 AWH.

A four-piece set rattan furniture, sofa, two chairs, with coffee table, $450; seven-piece dinning set, six chairs, $250, one small wall unit, $40. All in excellent
condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3424 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C.

Brown recliner chair, good condition, $50. Call Rivera at 4375 DWH or 2951 AWH.

AIR CONDITIONERS
Fedders 10,000 BTU, (110
volt), cools great, asking $100. Available immediately. Call Dave at 2300/2647 DWH or 3682 AWH.

One 11,000 BTU. For more information, call Ronnie at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH.


One 2 1/2 years old 19,500 BTU, $300, one 3 years old 18,500 BTU, $250. Both in excellent condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141
DWH or 3424 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C.

MISCELLANEOUS
Maternity clothes, size 12, like new at reasonable prices. Call 2839 AT.


New rules on filing damage claims


By Evelyn Harris
One reason you joined the military was to see the world, and you have been doing just that. So have your belongings, which do not always survive the move as well as you do.
Like those pieces of your fine china that now lie shattered on the floor of the packing crate. Or your new videocassette recorder which
somebody else now enjoys as much as you did.
The Military Traffic Management Command is taking some of the sting out of these experiences by making
claim filing procedures easier and more responsive.
The new procedures are being included in contracts with
carriers and warehouses worldwide and are expected to be in full force this month.
At the time of delivery,
you can list loss and damage to your shipments on DD Form 1840, "Joint Statement of Loss or Damage at Delivery." Three copies of this form will be supplied by the mover. You have until 70 days after delivery, the old rules gave you only 45 days, to inspect your property more
thoroughly for loss and damage.
, During the 70-day period, service members have only to fill out the reverse side of the DD Form 1840 and send it, with appropriate records, to the local claims office. The "appropriate records" should include the bill of lading, which provides the weight of the shipment and the shipper's name. At that point, it is not necessary to provide the original bill of sale for any darpaged or lost goods.
The claims office will


notify the carrier or all loss and damage and will advise you about filing a claim. (The old procedure required a trip to the
transportation office before proceeding to claims). Although you must notify the claims office of your loss
within 70 days, you have up to two years to file a formal claim.
If your claim is supported by such records as moving


inventories and repair estimates, you will not need a government inspection report in most cases. You
should have an original receipt or bill of sale for expensive items, as these not only establish the validity
of your claim, but save the government time in determining how much money you are owed. The result
should be faster payment of your claim.


Reservists respond


Reservists train in Central America


By Donna Bolinger
When Volcano Nevado del Ruiz erupted in November, sending torrential flood waters and mud slides crashing through four Colombian towns, units of the U.S. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard were among the first to respond, airlifting some 60,000 pounds of disaster relief supplies and 142,000 pounds of fuel and other cargo to the stricken country.
In addition, Army reservists on duty at the U.S. Southern Command headquarters in Panama served on that command's crisis action team, which
coordinated U.S. disaster relief operations.
Since late 1977, members of the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, as well the Army National Guard, Army Reserve and Naval Reserve,
have assumed an increasingly significant role in
year-round operations of the Southern Command.
The Reserve Components regularly provide strategic and tactical airlift support, search and rescue assistance, and disaster relief support to the Southern Command, as well as air surveillance radar coverage of Puerto Rico.
Reservists and Guardsmen
act as a "force multiplier" to the 9,500 active duty personnel at the Southern Command, a command spokesman said. During 1985 alone, more than 12,000 reservists and
'National Guardsmen from some 50 units in 21 states


participated in exercises and
other deployments in Panama, Honduras and Ecuador. And defense officials say that number is likely to be even higher this year.
During the first six months of 1986, some 4,600 U.S. Army
National Guardsmen from Missouri, Alabama, North
Dakota, New York, Maine and Arizona will participate in just one of several exercises to be held this year in Central America.
This exercise, in which participants will help build
12 miles of roadway in north central Honduras, represents
the first opportunity for Guard engineers to work with the Honduran army.
During the same period, about 4,600 Army Reserve engineers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, and Kentucky, along with National Guard units from Tennessee and South Carolina, will conduct a similar engineering training exercise on the Atlantic coast of northern Panama.
During exercises in 1984 and 1985, nearly 11,000 Guardsmen from nine states and Puerto Rico constructed 25 miles of gravel roadway in a remote Panamanian agricultural and cattle region. The project represented the first
engineering exercise of this magnitude in Latin America and the first in that region for National Guard personnel.
According to James Webb, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs,


these deployments increase unit readiness by preparing
members of the Reserve Components to operate in the environments they would report to when mobilized.
They also give units experience in deploying overseas with their
equipment, in coordinating and working with host country
military forces, and in following the procedures that
would be used during a wartime mobilization.
These deployments sometimes give units a chance to perform an important humanitarian mission, helping to stimulate economic growth, create opportunity, and improve the quality of life in Latin America.
In addition to roadbuilding activities, Reserve Component units frequently provide medical and dental care to
Panamanians, Hondurans and Ecuadoreans and work with
local governments to improve schools and provide health and sanitary facilities.


Divorced and separated parents can both deduct medical expenses they pay for their child. Order free IRS Publication 504 using your tax package. A public wrvimemeswge froma tkt IRS


3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, Ja-nuary 22, 1986


0)American Heart Association

New England Fish Chowder
On a blustery day, try this heart-healthy version of a traditional New England favorite.
1/2 tbsp. margarine 1/2 tsp. thyme 3/4 cup onion, chopped freshly ground black
1 clove garlic pepper
1 bay leaf 1 lb. frozen or fresh had1 sprig parsley dock or cod fillets, cut
1 1/2 cups water into bite-size pieces
1/2 cup skim milk
Melt margarine in pan, saute onions and garlic. Add all other ingredients.
Simmer soup for 45 minutes. Yield: 4 Servings
Help Your Heart Recipes are from the Fourth Edition of the American Heart Association Cookbook. Copyright c 1973, 1975, 1979, 1984 by the American Heart Association. Inc.

New England Fish Chowder
Nutritional Analysis per Serving
132 Calories 68.6 mg. Cholesterol
1.3 g. Protein 4.7 g. Carbohydrates
2.6 g. Total Fat (est.) 68.3 mg. Calcium .5 g. Saturated Fat 518.3 mg. Potassium .8 g. Polyunsaturated Fat 151.9 mg. Sodium .8 g. Monounsaturated Fat












Injured player may have cost Duke win


(AP) -- A pulled leg muscle may have cost second-ranked Duke a victory last night. Georgia Tech's Bruce Dalrymple had the injury.
Dalrymple, who did not practice for two days before last night's game, say's he probably plays worse when he feels well because he does not concentrate as much as when he is injured. Last night Dalrymple had 21 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals, and
the fourth-ranked. Yellow Jackets beat the Blue Devils 87-80. Mark price scored 25
points for Georgia Tech. Fifth-ranked Oklahoma lost for the first time this season. The Sooners fell in Lawrence to seventh-ranked
Kansas 98-92. Sophomore Danny


(AP) -- The "Karate Kid," a grown-up version, probably will throw some bodies around in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Andre Tippett, who plays linebacker for the Patriots like a professional gate crasher, is a man the Chicago Bears will give a lot of
attention to. Tippett is the key to the hard hitting New England defense. Among other
things, he led the American Conference in quarterback sacks in 1985, with 16 and a-half. Linebackers, who have multiple duties, rarely lead in the sack department.
Tippett holds a black belt, second degree, in karate. He took it up at the age of 13 to protect himself in a tough neighborhood in Newark, N.J.
Andre is 26 now, stands six-foot-three, and weighs 241 pounds. You might think that he does not need karate on a football field, but he says it comes in handy time
to time.
He played his college football at Iowa, and was on the Rose Bowl losing team four years ago.
Tippett -operates a martial'
arts school in the Boston area. His theory is that, if you teach somebody to protect himself, he will not have to do it very often.
It was not an easy road to the Super Bowl for Tippett, the athletic director at Barringer High School in Newark remembers the time when Andre was disciplined by school officials for taking three lunch periods a day. Frank Verducci, the athletic
director, found out about it and made Tippett eat hamburgers in his office, hamburgers Verducci paid for. Andre's mother, Frances


Manning led the Jayhawks with 24 points. Oklahoma junior center David Johnson slamned in 26.
Eighteen-ranked
Alabama-Birmingham stayed in first place in the Sun Belt
Conference with a 75-67 win at Jacksonville. Steve Mitchell led the Blazers with 22 points.
Thirty years as a head coach is enough for Guy Lewis. The University of Houston says its veteran
coach will retire at the end of the current season. The
64-year-old coach has a career record of 586 wins and 272 loss, all at Houston.
The Cougars have reached the NCAA Tournament 14 times under Lewis, and they have been in the final four five


(AP)--There were some baseball signings yesterday. The New York Mets signed right-hander Jesse Orosco to a two-year, $1.6 million contract with an option for a third year.
A year ago outfielder Tim


Tippett, says her son really matured at Iowa. She said that. when h6 qot out of college, he was a new man.
Mrs. Tippett recalls that he was much more intelligent, and much easier to talk with.
Andre says his mother taught him to think. He recalls that, as a teenager he was always in trouble. He talked about the reasons, stealing, fighting, and being chased by the police. But he says he only did that once. His mother talked with him, and made him see what a destructive road he was on.
Mrs. Tippett and five younger Tippetts are going to the Super Bowl in New Orleans on Sunday, courtesy of Andre.
She says she always had the notion that football was a political thing, which may be the first time it has been called that.
Mom wanted lawyer
In fact, Mrs. Tippett wanted Andre to take up political footballs, she says she wanted Andre to be a lawyer, to dress neatly, wear a tie and carry an attache
case.
Somewhere along the line on Sunday, Jim McMahon, the Chicago Bears quarterback, or
one of the guys carrying the ball for that team, may wish Andre had done what mother wanted.
Dave Kingman, baseball's strong, silent man, will be back in April for another season.
Dave is a tough man to
count ten over. It may be he does not hear too well, and anytime the unofficial referees of baseball count him out, he does not listen. He does not listen to new


times. Lewis has 26 consecutive seasons without a losing
record. Only Adolph Rupp and John Wooden had longer streaks in division one.
Tito Horford has a college. The seven-foot-one center enrolled yesterday at the University of Miami in Florida. Horford had originally signed a letter of intent with Houston. However, the NCAA said he could not play there because of recruiting irregularities, Horford then went to Louisiana State, where he was kicked off the team after missing some practices.

Horford was the high school player of the year last season in Texas. His team won three state titles.


Patriots' Sims may play in Super Bowl


(AP)-- Kenneth Sims may be
ready for the Super Bowl. He has missed New England's last six games because of a broken leg, and the Patriots' team doctor says Sims could be activated before Sunday. Sims, who is considered to be
New England's best defensive lineman, is scheduled to start running this week.
Super Bowl 20 between the Patriots and Chicago Bears is the third NFL championship game in the Superdome. In the first two, there was a distinct . difference in the teams'style of preparation.
One tried to ignore the


partying atmosphere of New Orleans and the game. The other took advantage of it for some fun.
In both cases, when Dallas beat Denver in 1978, and when the Oakland Raiders beat


Philadelphia in 1981, the partying team won 27-10.

This year, Chicago was has the party image, and the Patriots are playing things close to the vest.


Raines set a record when an arbitrator ruled he should be paid $1.2 million by the Montreal Expos. This year, the two are in arbitration again. The Expos are offering $1.3 million. Raines is asking $1.7 million.


(AP) -- John McEnroe will not be playing Grand Prix tennis for a while. The Men's International Professional Tennis Council says McEnroe has asked for and received permission to reduce his 1986 tournament obligations, so he can rest and get in shape.
Although he still has some


committments for exhibitions, McEnroe will not play any tournaments for at least 60 days, and he may not return to Grand Prix action until May.

McEnroe's fiance, actres Tatum O'Neal, is expectirW their first child in mid-May.


Iimpse


Atlantic Coast Conference (UPI) -- Four giants went head-to-head last night in college basketball. In the
Atlantic Coast Conference, Mark Price scored 25 points to help third-ranked Georgia Tech stop number-two Duke, 87-80. The win is the 15th straight for the Yellow Jackets, now 16-1 overall and 5-0 in the ACC. Duke falls to 16-2 and 4-2. In the big eight, seventh-rated Kansas whipped number-six
and previously unbeaten Oklahoma, 98-92, with Danny Manning paving the way with 24 points. In the Sun Belt, it was number-19 Alambama-Birmingham nailing.Jacksonville, 75-67.
Madison Square Garden (UPI) -- New York's Madiso* Square Garden has been the scene of many great fights a last night was no exception. Unfortunately, the Garden was hosting an NBA game between the Knicks and Golden State. With just over one minute left in the fourth quarter, New York's Ken "The Animal" Bannister and the Warriors' Larry Smith got into a battle near midcourt. Bannister threw a couple of rights, but Smith countered and dropped his
opponent. Oh yes, the game. Patrick Ewing scored 29 points to help the Knicks to a 121-114 overtime victory.

Super Patriots (UPI)-- New 'England coach Raymond Berry says Irving Fryar's role in the Super Bowl 20 will be
determined by how well the veteran fields punts the rest of the week. Fryar's hand was cut by a knife five days before the AFC championship game, reportedly following a dispute with his wife. The small finger on Fryar's right hand required four stitches and his ring finger needed two. Fryar led the NFL in punt returns this season with an average of better than 14 yards an attempt.'

Islanders Hang Philadelphia (UPI) -- Linemates Mike Bossy, Bryan Trottier and Duane Sutter collectively scored four goals and dished out nine assists as the New York Islanders hung at 7-3 loss on Philadelphia. New York's Denis Potvin scored the 270 goal of his career, matching the


media questions, either, but all-time record for goals by an NHL defenseman set by former that is another story. Boston great Bobby Orr. Washington also won last night,
Kingman has reached late out-gunning Minnesota, 7-5, the win moves the second place middle age for a ballplayer, Capitals to within six points of the Flyers in the Patrick 37. It is extremely doubtful Division'. that he would still be
playing, but for the
designated hitter rule. Top 20 college basketball ratings
This will be his third
season as the DH of the (New York) -- The United Press International Board of Oakland A's. Before that, he Coaches top 20 college basketball ratings. First place
made a lot of stops on the votes, records and total points are followed by last week'' major league circuit, ranking. Records include games played through Sunday. (Total
In his two previous seasons points based on 15 points for first place, 14 for second, with the A's, Dave etc.):
contributed a total of 65
home runs and drove in 209. 1. North Carolina (37) (19-0) 564 1 He never has been much for 2. Duke (16-1) 481 3 hitting for average. Last 3. Georgia Tech (1) (15-1) 434 5 season he batted .238. 4. Michigan (17-1) 424 2
Dave strikes out a lot. He 5. Memphis State (17-0) 411 6 took the "K" 114 times in 592 6. Oklahoma (17-0) 382 7 times at bat last year. That 7. Kansas (16-2) 324 8 kind of thing always brings 8. St. John's (17-2) 275 9 on a debate about how 9. Kentucky (14-2) 254 11 valuable a hitter is, who 10. Nevada-Las Vegas (17-2) 202 10 gets a lot of home runs but 11. Syracuse (13-2) 197 4 strikes out a lot. It is a 12. Georgetown (13-3) 123 16 debate that will never be 13. Louisiana State 101 14 settled. 14. Louisville (11-4) 100 18
Since becoming a designated 15. Notre Dame (10-2) 70 13 hitter, he has done much 16. Purdue (16-3) 54 17 better in the injury 17. Bradley (18-1) 51 19 department. He got into 158 18. Texas-El Paso (15-3) 27 15 games for Oakland last year.- 19. Alabama-Birmingham (16-4) 12 12 When Dave was an everyday 20. Pepperdine (14-3) 11 2 player, working in the
outfield and sometimes at first base, he used to get \\.
injured a lot. It usuallyAre a Atnhetics came after a strenuous effort A rea_"_ _ _ of some kind, an attempt at a C- diving catch of something of
that sort. Designated hitters Diving -- The following PADI scuba courses are offered: do not worry about things
like that. They sit in the January 24: Night Diving Speciality, $25 dugout and watch others do January 29: Open Water Diver, $115


it.
Kingman has 407 career home

runs, and is third on the list of active players.


I


January 31: Underwater Hunter Speciality, $25
February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25
For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH.


Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 22, 1986


McEnroe granted break to shape up


Mets sign Orosco for $1.6 million


The Sportsman


By Charles-Morey




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DA ILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 14 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, January 22, 1986 Reagan says budget will comply with Gramm-Rudman (UPI) -Lawmakers in @ashington are warning of the ed for tax hikes to meet the deficit-reducing guidelines of the Gramm-Rudmann Balanced Budget Law. President Reagan met with Republican congressional leaders yesterday. He told them his fiscal 1987 budget will comply with Gram-Rudman without raising taxes, hurting the needy or cutting into national security. But Senate Budget Committee Chairman Pete Domenici predicts the government will not be able to meet the guidelines. The New Mexico Republican says it will take some budget cuts and some tax hikes to "glue the package together." As the General Accounting Office certified the first budget cut in the Gramm-Rudman five-year plan, three Democrats joined Cuban-American Friendship -Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, greeted Cuban commuters at the Northeast Gate yesterday and gave yesterday in calling for the repeal of the law. New York Representative Ted Weiss says Gramm-Rudman is a "mindless system." In other financial news.1985 may have been the best year for the Consumer Price Index since 1972. For the first 11 months of 1985, the index rose 3.5 percent. The November inflation figures meant it cost $326.60 to buy what cost $100 in 1967. them tickets to attend Cuban-American Friednship Day January 31. (Photo by PH1 Don Duguid) Three sentenced to die for Gandhi's murder (UPI) -Indian security forces are on an alert in New Delhi and Punjab State to prevent possible violence in Bank's losses at $178 million (AP) -The troubled BANKAMERICA Corporation has *Sported a fourth quarter ss of $178 million. The parent of San Francisco's Bank of America has also suspended its quarterly dividend on common stock. A large portfolio of bad loans is taking its toll on the bank holding company, ranked number two behind CITICORP. The announcement follows the news that the Treasury Department has fined the Bank of America $4.75 million for failure to report large currency transactions. the wake of today's verdict in the Indira Gandhi assassination trial. Three.Sikhs were convicted and sentenced to death for the October 31, 1984, killing of the prime minister as she walked from her home to an adjoining office complex. All had pleaded innocent when the trial began last May in a tiny makeshift courtroom in a New Delhi maximum-security jail. Court officials say the defendants showed little emotion when the verdicts were handed down. The murder by Mrs. Gandhi's bodyguards was carried out to avenge her decision to send troops into the Sikh's holiest shrine. Court documents say a chance flight by a falcon to Mrs. Gandhi's home set the conspiracy into motion. The falcon is a good luck omen for Sikhs. Inquiry: A newly arrived resident said they wanted to know what the hours were for watering lawns. Response: All residents Old Guantanamo -In our second old post card of Guantanamo, McCall Hill as it looked in the 1920s. The cards were submitted by Maj. Steve Sayko. should be aware that the following regulations are in effect for the watering of lawns: Lawns can be watered three nights a week, Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, for 45 minutes, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. Inquiry: A caller says "Hotel" buoy is a safety hazard for boat owners coming out of TV8 landing. The caller says it is sitting in the middle of the bay without a light. Response: "Hotel" buoy is a mooring buoy. The "Rules of the Road" say that mooring buoys cannot have lights on them. The lights get in the way when ships are trying to tie up to the buoys. Because of the complaints recently received, reflection tape has been put on the mooring buoys so they are more distinguishable at night. 4ENews of the bay Daily Newspapers At Standstill -After months of work to obtain reliable delivery of daily U.S. newspapers, the project is at a standstill. "The Supply Center at Norfolk cannot seem to figure out what kind of paperwork it takes to move the papers to Guantanamo Bay," said Cmdr. Bob Miller, local supply officer. In spite of the efforts by Ondr. Miller, the papers still remain only a "hope." Last July, Lt. Qndr. Rick Fischer, Public Affairs officer, made arrangements with a Norfolk vendor to deliver USA Today, The Washington Post, and Wall Street Journal to the Norfolk MAC terminal for shipment to Guantanamo Bay. The Navy Exchange officer agreed to handle local business arrangements and surveyed the community to see if he could guarantee enough subscriptions for home delivery. The survey resulted in over 500 residents saying "yes," that they would subscribe to one or more of the papers. Five-hundred was the minimum needed to begin delivery. The NEX then advertised for a paper manager. Six people responded but none has been hired. Paper boys and girls acquired about routes as interest intensified in early October 1985. Since that time the project has come to a complete stop. Although the supply centers are talking, it "is not the highest priority for either center," according to Fischer. Tours And Travel Open At Night -The Tours and Travel Office will be open in the evenings to handle vacation arrangements to Jamaica, according to Tours and Travel Director Barbara Diaz. Since the office is also open in the day, Tours and Travel will be open Monday through Friday in the evenings "by appointment only." For further information, please call Barbara at 3845. Results of Captain's Mast -Captain's Mast was held at the U.S. Naval Station January 16. The results are: One E4 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 111, drunken driving, and was awarded reduction to E3, forfeiture of $200 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra duty. One E4 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ Article 92, disobeying a lawful order, and violation of UCMJ Article 134, wrongfully charging collect telephone calls to the government, and was awarded reduction to E3, forfeiture of $150 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra duty. Birth Announcements -To announce the newest addition to your family in the paper, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents full names, the baby's name, the date of birth and the baby's weight. Parents: PHl Donald and Vicki Duguid Child: Patrick Edward Born: December 26, 1985 Weight: 6 pounds, 15 ounces Parents: ABF2 David and MS2 Cynthia McFarland Child: Richard Ray Born: November 11, 1985 Weight: 8 pounds, 10 1/4 ounces Parents: OS2 Wayne and Lori Snyder Child: Christopher Wayne Born: November 11, 1985 Weight: 8 pounds, 3 ounces Retail Sale -The local branch of the Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office will conduct a "Retail Sale of Surplus Government Personal Property" on Saturday, February 1, from 9 a.m. to noon. Items to be sold include dressers, chests, tables and chairs, office equipment and TVs. Property will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, as is, where is, cash only, no refunds, no exchanges. For more information, call 4184 DWH. Page Page Page Page Page Page 2 2 3 3 4 4 Inside: Ferry Schedule Business News Filing Damage Claims Reservist Training McEnroe Takes A Break The Sportsman aU .. Captain's Hotline ,*A

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The-_ New Locations For Vehicle Offices -The Vehicle Registration Office is now on the second floor of the office building on McCalla Hill. The phone number is 4572. The Pass and Identification Office is now in McCalla Hangar. The new phone number is 4791. Teen Skate Party -The teens will be skating at the "Pit" of the old high school Friday, January 4, from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. The cost is $1 per person. Marine Corps Exchange -Do you enjoy entertaining in your home? Is your bar complete? The Marine Corps Exchange has a supply of bar stools. If you need assistance, just ask one of the sales clerks. Blue Caribe Dinner Specials -Tonight the special is "Sirloin Strip Steak, broiled to your taste with all the trirmings.only $7.55. It is "Surf and Turf" time Thursday, January 23, and for only $9.95 you can get a five ounce filet and a five ounce lobster tail with all the trimmings. To close out the work week, try 'Deep Fried Shrimp for $4.75. It is the special for Friday, January 24. Inflation Fighter -The Inflation Fighter at the Stoplight Inn and Kountry Kitchen through Friday, January 24, is: Bacon, egg and cheese sandwich -99 cents. Easter Cantata -Rehearsals for the community Easter Cantata will begin Thursday, January 23, 8 to 9 p.m. in the Base Chapel. Hospital Closure -The Naval Hospital will close for routine patient appointments at noon, Friday, January 31, for Cuban-American Friendship Day. Sick call and emergency patients will be treated in the emergency room. For further information, contact the appointment desk at 2200 or 2208. Craft Class -A craft class, "Weaving Reed Into Basket," will be held Friday, January 24, 6 to 9 p.m., in room 18 at the Comnunity Service Center (Old High School). The fee is $10 a person. Students need to bring pencil, paper, four clip clothes pins and scissors. All other supplies will be provided. For more information, contact Mrs. Koose, 3516 AWH or Ms. Diaz, 3845 DWH. CPO Hail and Farewell -There will be a CPO Hail and farewell Saturday, January 25, featuring "Mongolian Barbecue," beef, pork and turkey, cooked to perfection with all the trimmings. The cost is 95 cents an ounce for meat, cash bar, semi-formal dress. The CPO Club Patio will be open for authorized patrons not attending the barbeque. Military Leadership Exam -The Military Leadership Exams for prospective E4 through E7s will be administered at the Windjamner Club Thursday, January 23, 7:30 a.m. Participants must have proper identification and must be in uniform of the day. Civilian Employees -Civilian employees who have purchased a ticket and have their supervisor's permission may be excused, without charge to leave, to attend the Cuban-American Friendship Day. Latin Night -Enjoy "Salsa Music" and dancing at the Cuban Club (across the street from the auto parts store) Saturday, January 25 at 8 p.m. Your hosts will be Enrique, Juan and Cheo. Come out and listen to the best in Latin music. Admission is free and the event is "BYOB." For more information, call SSgt. Juan Cancino at 4121. Everyone is invited! -------------------DAILY GAZETTE-------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Crumader, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ondr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Biniton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nmil ailleheau, USN .Mana Eding itor J03 Teri Thmas, USN.Assisant Editor ar. Diane Aeseran. Secetary Mrs. Ann-Elizaeth Efinff.Prduction 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 public affairs officer. Tm Daily Czette is printed five times a week at goverrsent expense on government equipsnt, at the Navy Publications and Printin Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear rein are nt to be cnstrued as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cansader, U.S. Naval Base. In the business world today. New IBM Computer (AP) -International Business Machines (IBM) has announced a new line of computer workstations for scientists, engineers and other technical professionals. It is a market that the computer giant has so far been unable to dominate. The so-called "R-T" computers are part of IBM's personal computer family but are far faster and more powerful than the other makers. A company spokesman says although the "R-T" is targeted at technical professionals, the computer's power and versitility could make it appeal to a far wider range of customers. Phone Rates To Drop (AP) -The Federal Communications Commission says long distance telephone rates will probably drop substantially in the next three or four years. Tuesday and Thursdays New Windward 6:30 a.m. 7:30 a.m. Ferry 8:30 Schedule10:30 a.m. Schedule11:30a.m. 12:30 p.m. Passanger Boat Runs 1:30 p.m. Monday -Thursday 2:30 p.m. Only 3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Depart Depart 5:30 p.m. Windward Leeward 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 7:00 a.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:30 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 10:30 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m 3:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. No Run .1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m. .3:00 p.m. Leeward 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. No Run 11:00 a.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. No Run No Run Friday Ferry Double Runs 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Windward 6:30 a.m. Ferry Schedule 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. Monday and 9:30 a.m. Wednesday 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. Depart Depart 11:00 a.m. Windward Leeward 11:30 a.m. Noon 6:30 a.m. 7:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 7:30 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. No Run 2:00 p.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 2:30 p.m. 11:30 a.m. Noon 3:00 p.m. 12:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:40 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:30 p.m. No Run 8:30 p.m. 8:30 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. 9:30p.m. 10:00p.m. 10:30p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Last No Run 12:30 a.m. Highlight (AP) -Today is Wednesday, January 22, 1986, the twenty second day of 1986. There are 343 days left in the year. Today's Highlight On January 22, 1973, in a ruling that continues to generate controversy, the U.S. Supreme Court legalized abortions nationwide. On This Date In 1788, the English romantic poet Lord Byron was born. In 1901, an era ended with the death of Queen Victoria at the age of 82. In 1905, thousands of demonstrating Russian workers were fired on by Imperial army troops in St. Petersburg. The incident became known as "Red Sunday" or "Bloody Sunday." In 1955, the Pentagon announced a program to develop intercontinental missiles armed with nuclear warheads. Leeward 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Noon 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. 11:00 p.m. Run 1:30 a.m. Those rates have already fallen by 12 percent in the last 18 months. FCC Chairman Mark Fowler says "we are over the hump of the costs we've seen" from the breakup of AT-T and changes ordered by the agency. Fowler says long distance rates can be expected to drop five percent in June and perhaps another 17 percent by the end of this decade. Saturday Windward No 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. No 11:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:30 p.m. No 3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. No 8:30 p.m. No 10:30 p.m. No 12:30 a.m. Leeward Run 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Run Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Run 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Run 9:00 p.m.9 Run 11:00 p.m. Run 1:00 a.m. Sunday and Holidays Windward No 7:30 a.m. 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. No 11:30 a.m. 12:30 a.m. 1:30 p.m. No 3:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. No 8:30 p.m. 9:30 p.m. No No Leeward Run 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. Run Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. Run 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:0('p.m. 7:00 p.m. Run 9:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m. Run Run Public Works Department Bus will run accordingly. 4 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 22, 1986 0 \. Plays your. favorite tunes! Fill out this form with your top three songs of all time and return it to Morin Center or send it to Guard Mail Stop #44. Then listen to AM1340 to find out, when we will countdown Guantanamo Bay's 100 favorite songs of all time! Song and Artist 1. 2. 3. Deadline for entries is February 15, 1986. I .I I 7 ----------------------------------------------------------------------r r

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AUTOS '72 VW Squareback, $450; '72 Toyota Carolla, $400; '66 Ford Falcon, $300. Call 2489 AT. '77 Dodge Diplomat, 2-door hardtop, at, ps, tinted glass, 318 engine, 40,000 miles, nice car. Must see to appreciate, $1800. Call 3648 after 2 p.m. '70 Buick station wagon, new transmission, water pump, and gas pump. Good running condition, $800 neg. Call ugh at 4011 AWH or 4653 DWH. '72 Chevy Malibu, 8-cyl., 2-door, a/c, good condition, automatic transmission, $600. Call Rivera at 4375 DWH or 2951 AWH. '76 Pinto station wagon, runs good, looks good, new barburetor, battery and voltage regulator, $1200. Available at Ferry Landing February 11. Call Danny at 4197 DNH or 2698 AWH. '76 Ford Torino station wagon, brown, runs great, needs little body work, great for divers, $800 or best offer. Call 3715 AT. '72 AMC Matodor wagon, good running car, looks good in and out, $1300 neg. Call Bill at 3522 AWH. '66 Plymouth Barracuda, fast back, V-8, 273 cu.in., body in very good condition for a 20 year old car. Engine runs dependably, though it has some minor problems. Best offer by February 4 takes it. I prefer to sell to a person who knows cars. Call Tim at 6439 or 6493 DWH. *0 TWO WHEELERS 9 Puch moped, runs great, new tubes, tires, spark plug and helmet included, $250. Call Don at 2269 DWH or 2839 AWH. '74 Kawasaki KZ400, 2 1/2 month old black metallic paint, new rectifier, sprockets, chain, points, sparks, and spark cables. Clutch and throttle cables also new. New rear tire, fairing and two saddle bags included. Dependable transportation, $1200 neg. Call 4911 between 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and ask for PO Pontes or can be seen at Oil Point #114 between 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. *11 Steve at 4419 for an peintment. SEWING MACHINE Brand new sewing machine. Pennye's 40-stitch model with built-in buttonholer, all metal parts, $359.59 in winter catalog. Will sell for $195. If .interested, call right away before I return it to Penney's for refund. TELEVISION Zenith 19" color TV, table model, remote control, looks and works like new, $300. Call Chief Kaufman at 4734 DWH or 2595 AWH. The Saler BOATS 10x30 barrel boat, excellent condition. Has head, two anchors, 35hp Johnson motor, AM/FM radio, CB, running lights, horn, spotlight, headlights, carpeted, and trailer, Asking $2000. Call Dave or Paul at 2300/2647 DWH or Dave at 3682 AWH or Paul at 3355 AWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Atari video computer with Donkey Kong, Bezerk, Barnstormers and Combat, $50. Call 2489 AT. Amos electric "Strat" style guitar with hard shell case, strap, and cord $165 neg. Call Al at 6266 after 5 p.m. and leave message. TYPEWRITER Smith-Corona 2200 electric typewriter, $300 new, will sell for $20C. Call 2489 AT. LOST Single key on ring with tag saying, "Crash Kit." Call 4579 AT. APPLIANCES One 17 cu.ft. upright freezer, $200. Call 3714 AWH. Whirlpool gas dryer, brand new, ideal for personnel going stateside. Price neg. Call 4115 DWH. FURNITURE Headboard and frame for a full or queen size bed, very good condition, $50. Call 3648 after 2 p.m. Small dining room set with center leaf and four matching chairs, good condition, $50. Call Mike at 2872 D'H or 2919 AWH. A four-piece set rattan furniture, sofa, two chairs, with coffee table, $450; seven-piece dinning set, six chairs, $250, one small wall unit, $40. All in excellent condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3424 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C. Brown recliner chair, good condition, $50. Call Rivera at 1375 DWH or 2951 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Fedders 10,000 BTU, (110 volt) cools great, asking $100. Available immediately. Call Dave at 2300/2647 DWH or 3682 AWH. One 11,000 BTU. For more information, call Ronnie at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH. One 2 1/2 years old 18,500 BTU, $300, one 3 years old 18,500 BTU, $250. Both in excellent condition. Serious inquiries call Greg at 4141 DWH or 3424 AWH or can be seen at Villamar 263C. MISCELLANEOUS Maternity clothes, size 12, like new at reasonable prices. Call 2839 AT. New rules on By Evelyn Harris One reason you joined the military was to see the world, and you have been doing just that. So have your belongings, which do not always survive the move as well as you do. Like those pieces of your fine china that now lie shattered on the floor of the packing crate. Or your new videocassette recorder which somebody else now enjoys as much as you did. The Military Traffic Management Command is taking some of the sting out of these experiences by making claim filing procedures easier and more responsive. The new procedures are being included in contracts with carriers and warehouses worldwide and are expected to be in full force this month. At the time of delivery, you can list loss and damage to your shipments on DD Form 1840, "Joint Statement of Loss or Damage at Delivery." Three copies of this form will be supplied by the mover. You have until 70 days after delivery, the old rules gave you only 45 days, to inspect your property more thoroughly for loss and damage. During the 70-day period, service members have only to fill out the reverse side of the DD Form 1840 and send it, with appropriate records, to the local claims office. The "appropriate records" should include the bill of lading, which provides the weight of the shipment and the shipper's name. At that point, it is not necessary to provide the original bill of sale for any damaged or lost goods. The claims office will filing damage claims notify the carrier or all loss and damage and will advise you about filing a claim. (The old procedure required a trip to the transportation office before proceeding to claims). Although you must notify the claims office of your loss within 70 days, you have up to two years to file a formal claim. If your claim is supported by such records as moving inventories and repair estimates, you will not need a government inspection report in most cases. You should have an original receipt or bill of sale for expensive items, as these not only establish the validity of your claim, but save the government time in determining how much money you are owed. The result should be faster payment of your claim. our~ REC1 P*E*S American Heart Association New England Fish Chowder On a blustery day, try this heart-healthy version of a traditional New England favorite. 1/2 tsp. thyme freshly ground b pepper 1 lb. frozen or fresh h dock or cod filled into bite-size pie Melt margarine in pan, saute onions and garlic. Add all other ingredients. Simmer soup for 45 minutes. Yield: 4 Servings Help Your Hea Recipes are from the Fourth Edition of the American HeadAsoc cookbook. Copyrights 1973, 1975, 1979, 1984 by the American Hear Asociation. 1/2 tbsp. 3/4 cup 1 clove 1 1 sprig 1 1/2 cups 1/2 cup 132 Ca 1.3 g. Pro 2.6 g. Tot. .5 g. Sal .8 g. Pol .8 g. Mo margarine onion, chopped garlic bay leaf parsley water skim milk New England Fish Chowder Nutritional Analysis per Serving 68.6 mg. Cholesterol 4.7 g. Carbohydrate 68.3 mg. Calcium 518.3 mg. Potassium 151.9 mg. Sodium lories otein al Fat (est.) turated Fat yunsaturated Fat nounsaturated Fat lack adts, cut aces ciation in, Inc. Reservists respond Reservists train in Central America By Donna Bolinger When Volcano Nevado del Ruiz erupted in November, sending torrential flood waters and mud slides crashing through four Colombian towns, units of the U.S. Air Force Reserve and Air National Guard were among the first to respond, airlifting some 60,000 pounds of disaster relief supplies and 142,000 pounds of fuel and other cargo to the stricken country. In addition, Army reservists on duty at the U.S. Southern Command headquarters in Panama served on that command's crisis action team, which coordinated U.S. disaster relief operations. Since late 1977, members of the Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve, as well the Army National Guard, Army Reserve and Naval Reserve, have assumed an increasingly significant role in year-round operations of the Southern Command. The Reserve Components regularly provide strategic and tactical airlift support, search and rescue assistance, and disaster relief support to the Southern Command, as well as air surveillance radar coverage of Puerto Rico. Reservists and Guardsmen act as a "force multiplier" to the 9,500 active duty personnel at the Southern Cotrnand, a command spokesman said. During 1985 alone, more than 12,000 reservists and National Guardsmen from some 50 units in 21 states participated in exercises and other deployments in Panama, Honduras and Ecuador. And defense officials say that number is likely to be even higher this year. During the first six months of 1986, some 4,600 U.S. Army National Guardsmen from Missouri, Alabama, North Dakota, New York, Maine and Arizona will participate in just one of several exercises to be held this year in Central America. This exercise, in which participants will help build 12 miles of roadway in north central Honduras, represents the first opportunity for Guard engineers to work with the Honduran army. During the same period, about 4,600 Army Reserve engineers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, and Kentucky, along with National Guard units from Tennessee and South Carolina, will conduct a similar engineering training exercise on the Atlantic coast of northern Panama. During exercises in 1984 and 1985, nearly 11,000 Guardsmen from nine states and Puerto Rico constructed 25 miles of gravel roadway in a remote Panamanian agricultural and cattle region. The project represented the first engineering exercise of this magnitude in Latin America and the first in that region for National Guard personnel. According to James Webb, assistant secretary of defense for reserve affairs, these deployments increase unit readiness by preparing members of the Reserve Components to operate in the environments they would report to when mobilized. They also give units experience in deploying overseas with their equipment, in coordinating and working with host country military forces, and in following the procedures that would be used during a wartime mobilization. These deployments sometimes give units a chance to perform an important humanitarian mission, helping to stimulate economic growth, create opportunity, and improve the quality of life in Latin America. In addition to roadbuilding activities, Reserve Component units frequently provide medical and dental care to Panamanians, Hondurans and Ecuadoreans and work with local governments to improve schools and provide health ani sanitary facilities. -1~ In Divorced and separated parents can both deduct medical expenses they pay for their child. Order free IRS Publication 504 using your tax package. A pubir wrvie meage' frm It IRS 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 22, 1986

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Injured player may have cost Duke win (AP) -A pulled leg muscle may have cost second-ranked Duke a victory last night. Georgia Tech's Bruce Dalrymple had the injury. Dalrymple, who did not practice for two days before last night's game, say's he probably plays worse when he feels well because he does not concentrate as much as when he is injured. Last night Dalrymple had 21 points, six rebounds, five assists and four steals, and the fourth-ranked. Yellow Jackets beat the Blue Devils 87-80. Mark price scored 25 points for Georgia Tech. Fifth-ranked Oklahoma lost for the first time this season. The Sooners fell in Lawrence to seventh-ranked Kansas 98-92. Sophomore Danny Manning led the Jayhawks with 24 points. Oklahoma junior center David Johnson slammed in 26. Eighteen-ranked Alabama-Birmingham stayed in first place in the Sun Belt Conference with a 75-67 win at Jacksonville. Steve Mitchell led the Blazers with 22 points. Thirty years as a head coach is enough for Guy Lewis. The University of Houston says its veteran coach will retire at the end of the current season. The 64-year-old coach has a career record of 586 wins and 272 loss, all at Houston. The Cougars have reached the NCAA Tournament 14 times under Lewis, and they have been in the final four five (AP)--There were some baseball signings yesterday. The New York Mets signed right-hander Jesse Orosco to a two-year, $1.6 million contract with an option for a third year. A year ago outfielder Tim times. Lewis has 26 consecutive seasons without a losing record. Only Adolph Rupp and John Wooden had longer streaks in division one. Tito Horford has a college. The seven-foot-one center enrolled yesterday at the University of Miami in Florida. Horford had originally signed a letter of intent with Houston. However, the NCAA said he could not play there because of recruiting irregularities, Horford then went to Louisiana State, where he was kicked off the team after missing some practices. Horford was the high school player of the year last season in Texas. His team won three state titles. Patriots' Sims may play in Super Bowl (AP)-Kenneth Sims may be ready for the Super Bowl. He has missed New England's last six games because of a broken leg, and the Patriots' team doctor says Sims could be activated before Sunday. Sims, who is considered to be New England's best defensive lineman, is scheduled to start running this week. Super Bowl 20 between the Patriots and Chicago Bears is the third NFL championship game in the Superdome. In the first two, there was a distinct difference in the teams' style of preparation. One tried to ignore the The Sportsman By Charles Morey (AP) -The "Karate Kid," a grown-up version, probably will throw some bodies around in the Super Bowl on Sunday. Andre Tippett, who plays linebacker for the Patriots like a professional gate crasher, is a man the Chicago Bears will give a lot of attention to. Tippett is the key to the hard hitting New England defense. Among other things, he led the American Conference in quarterback sacks in 1985, with 16 and a-half. Linebackers, who have multiple duties, rarely lead in the sack department. Tippett holds a black belt, second degree, in karate. He took it up at the age of 13 to protect himself in a tough neighborhood in Newark, N.J. Andre is 26 now, stands six-foot-three, and weighs 241 pounds. You might think that he does not need karate on a football field, but he says it comes in handy time to time. He played his college football at Iowa, and was on the Rose Bowl losing team four years ago. Tippett operates a martial arts school in the Boston area. His theory is that, if you teach somebody to protect himself, he will not have to do it very often. It was not an easy road to the Super Bowl for Tippett, the athletic director at Barringer High School in Newark remembers the time when Andre was disciplined by school officials for taking three lunch periods a day. Frank Verducci, the athletic director, found out about it and made Tippett eat hamburgers in his office, hamburgers Verducci paid for. Andre's mother, Frances Tippett, says her son really matured at Iowa. She said that, when he got out of college, he was a new man. Mrs. Tippett recalls that he was much more intelligent, and much easier to talk with. Andre says his mother taught him to think. He recalls that, as a teenager he was always in trouble. He talked about the reasons, stealing, fighting, and being chased by the police. But he says he only did that once. His mother talked with him, and made him see what a destructive road he was on. Mrs. Tippett and five younger Tippetts are going to the Super Bowl in New Orleans on Sunday, courtesy of Andre. She says she always had the notion that football was a political thing, which may be the first time it has been called that. Mom wanted lawyer In fact, Mrs. Tippett wanted Andre to take up political footballs, she says she wanted Andre to be a lawyer, to dress neatly, wear a tie and carry an attache case. Somewhere along the line on Sunday, Jim McMahon, the Chicago Bears quarterback, or one of the guys carrying the ball for that team, may wish Andre had done what mother wanted. Dave Kingman, baseball's strong, silent man, will be back in April for another season. Dave is a tough man to count ten over. It may be he does not hear too well, and anytime the unofficial referees of baseball count him out, he does not listen. He does not listen to new partying atmosphere of New Orleans and the game. The other took advantage of it for some fun. In both cases, when Dallas beat Denver in 1978, and when the Oakland Raiders beat Philadelphia in 1981, the partying team won 27-10. This year, Chicago was has the party image, and the Patriots are playing things close to the vest. Raines set a record when an arbitrator ruled he should be paid $1.2 million by the Montreal Expos. This year, the two are in arbitration again. The Expos are offering $1.3 million. Raines is asking $1.7 million. (AP) -John McEnroe will not be playing Grand Prix tennis for a while. The Men's International Professional Tennis Council says McEnroe has asked for and received permission to reduce his 1986 tournament obligations, so he can rest and get in shape. Although he still has some G committments for exhibitions, McEnroe will not play any tournaments for at least 60 days, and he may not return to Grand Prix action until May. McEnroe's fiance, actres Tatum O'Neal, is expectir their first child in mid-May. limpse Atlantic Coast Conference (UPI) -Four giants went head-to-head last night in college basketball. In the Atlantic Coast Conference, Mark Price scored 25 points to help third-ranked Georgia Tech stop number-two Duke, 87-80. The win is the 15th straight for the Yellow Jackets, now 16-1 overall and 5-0 in the ACC. Duke falls to 16-2 and 4-2. In the big eight, seventh-rated Kansas whipped number-six and previously unbeaten Oklahoma, 98-92, with Danny Manning paving the way with 24 points. In the Sun Belt, it was number-19 Alambama-Birmingham nailing Jacksonville, 75-67. Madison Square Garden (UPI) -New York's Madiso Square Garden has been the scene of many great fights a last night was no exception. Unfortunately, the Garden wa hosting an NBA game between the Knicks and Golden State. With just over one minute left in the fourth quarter, New York's Ken "The Animal" Bannister and the Warriors' Larry Smith got into a battle near midcourt. Bannister threw a couple of rights, but Smith countered and dropped his opponent. Oh yes, the game. Patrick Ewing scored 29 points to help the Knicks to a 121-114 overtime victory. Super Patriots (UPI)-New England coach Raymond Berry says Irving Fryer's role in the Super Bowl 20 will be determined by how well the veteran fields punts the rest of the week. Fryer's hand was cut by a knife five days before the AFC championship game, reportedly following a dispute with his wife. The small finger on Fryer's right hand required four stitches and his ring finger needed two. Fryar led the NFL in punt returns this season with an average of better than 14 yards an attempt.'' Islanders Hang Philadelphia (UPI) -Linemates Mike Bossy, Bryan Trottier and Duane Sutter collectively scored four goals and dished out nine assists as the New York Islanders hung at 7-3 loss on Philadelphia. New York's Denis Potvin scored the 270 goal of his career, matching the media questions, either, but all-time record for goals by-an MHL defenseman set by former that is another story. Boston great Bobby Orr. Washington also won last night, Kingman has reached late out-gunning Minnesota, 7-5, tbe win moves the second place middle age for a ballplayer, Capitals to within six points of the Flyers in the Patrick 37. It is extremely doubtful Division'. that he would still be playing, but for the designated hitter rule. Top 20 college basketball ratings This will be his third season as the DH of the (Mew York) -The United Press International Board of Oakland A's. Before that, he Coaches top 20 college basketball ratings. First place made a lot of stops on the votes, records and total points are followed by last week' major league circuit. ranking. Records include games played through Sunday. (Total In his two previous seasons points based on 15 points for first place, 14 for second, with the A's, Dave etc.): contributed a total of 65 home runs and drove in 209. 1. Morth Carolina (37) (19-0) 564 1 He never has been much for 2. Duke (16-1) 481 3 hitting for average. Last 3. Georgia Tech (1) (15-1) 434 5 season he batted .238. 4. Michigan (17-1) 424 2 Dave strikes out a lot. He 5. Memphis State (17-0) 411 6 took the "K" 114 times in 592 6. Oklahoma (17-0) 382 7 times at bat last year. That 7. Kansas (16-2) 324 8 kind of thing always brings 8. St. John's (17-2) 275 9 on a debate about how 9. Kentucky (14-2) 254 11 valuable a hitter is, who 10. Mevada-Las Vegas (17-2) 202 10 gets a lot of home runs but 11. Syracuse (13-2) 197 4 strikes out a lot. It is a 12. Georgetown (13-3) 123 16 debate that will never be 13. Louisiana State 101 14 settled. 14. Louisville (11-4) 100 18 Since becoming a designated 15. Motre Dame (10-2) 70 13 hitter, he has done much 16. Purdue (16-3) 54 17 better in the injury 17. Bradley (18-1) 51 19 department. He got into 158 18. Texas-El Paso (15-3) 27 15 games for Oakland last year.19. Alabama-Birmingham (16-4) 12 12 When Dave was an everyday 20. Pepperdine (14-3) 11 2 player, working in the outfield and sometimes at first base, he used to get injured a lot. It usually (z Area Athletics came after a strenuous effort _QJ of some kind, an attempt at a diving catch of something of that sort. Designated hitters Diving -The following PADI scuba courses are offered: do not worry about things like that. They sit in the January 24: Might Diving Spciality, $25 dugout and watch others do January 29: Open Water Diver, $115 it. Kingman has 407 career home runs, and is third on the list of active players. January 31: Underwater Hunter Speciality, $25 February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25 For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH. S 0 Daily Gazette Wednesday, January 22, 1986 McEnroe granted break to shape up Mets sign Orosco for $1.6 million t


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