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DAILY


GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 26 -- U.S. Navy,'s only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, February 7, 1986


Boy Scouts celebrate 76th anniversary


By ICK ToM Efimoff

od ayis the 76th anniverc of the Boy Scouts of
Wrica.
The Boy Scouts, known as the most successful youth organization in the world, traces its origins in the United States back to 1910. That year publisher William Boyce formed the American organization, made up of clubs scattered across the country.
Although scouting has evolved with the times, expanding its program to include career development and other special interests, it has never strayed from its


original purpose: to give young people exemplary values and an outdoor experience.
Scouts hike through the woods, swap ghost stories around camp fires, and learn individual skills, including marksmanship, carpentry, cooking, canoeing and first aid.
Beyond the importance of any single activity, scouting has forged lasting friendships and fond memories for more than 70 million Americans.
Considering all the lives that scouting has touched, it is not surprising that Boy Scouts include among their ranks many of America's


Weekend schedule


Saturday
12:30 p.m. CNN Headline
News
1:00 p.m. College Basketball Michigan vs.
Illinois
3:00 p.m. Info Special 3:55 p.m. Movie: "Who's
Minding The
Store"
5:30 p.m. Police Story


Sunday
12:30 p.m. CNN Headline
News
1:00 p.m. The Busch Clash
Race
1:30 p.m. NBA Basketball
36th All-Star
Game
4:30 p.m. Championship
Wrestling
5:20 p.m. Movie: "Desperate
Lives"


1W


Flight

schedul


Date Aircraft


Departs Destination


C-9B Medevac 11:50 a.m. 727 Mac 12:30 p.m. 727 Mac 4:15 p.m. C-141 Cargo 10:10 a.m. 727 Mac 12:30 p.m. 727 Mac 4:15 p.m. C-12 (Febl4-18) 8:00 a.m.


Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk
Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Puerta Plata


Arrives


1: 50 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 12:10 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 9:00 a.m.


1. All military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded 2At they must travel in Dress Blue Uniform. 1W-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat.
37 SPace-A passengers for Mac must take the 1:30 p.m. ferry boat with baggage.
4. Ticketed passengers for Mac must bring their baggage between 8 and 10 a.m. for Kingston and 10 to 11:45 a.m. for Norfolk. Take the 10:30 a.m. ferry boat for Kingston and 2:30 p.m. ferry for Norfolk flight.
5. C-9B and C-141 Space-A passengers must take the 6:30 a.m.
ferry, sign-up starts at 7 a.m.



Carter On Mission Of Peace (UPI) -- Former
President Jinmy Carter is in Nicaragua on what he hopes
will be a mission of peace. He met with rebel leaders in Costa Rica Wednesday. Carter has expressed support
for the efforts of the four-nation Contadora group,
which is seeking to find peace in Central America.


greatest leaders. Twenty-six of the first 29 astronauts were Boy Scouts, as were such people as President Gerald Ford, Henry Fonda, Jimmy Stewart and Steven Spielberg.
Scouting in Guantanamo Bay first started July 16, 1949, when Cmdr. Egbert placed an article in the base newspaper, The Indian; "wanted: young men interested in forming a scout troop in Guantanamo Bay."
That first troop of 24 boys was known as Troop 35 of the South Florida Council, Guantanamo District. Sponsored by the Fleet Reserve Association, they
received their charter in December 1949. C. W. Abbott was the first scoutmaster.
Troop involvement
In the troop's 36 years,
the troop number evolved to 435, and have had many scoutmasters and, of course, scouts. They have contributed to and participated in many base and connunity events. In earlier
days they gathered clothes for the needy in Guantanamo City, and today collect and repair toys for children at Christmas time.
Scouting in Guantanamo has not changed too much over the
years. The boys camp, learn crafts and other skills
necessary-to develop -good leadership traits and citizenship enabling them to become future leaders of our society.
International flavor
This past year Guantanamo scouts were involved in an international event, bringing together scouts from all around the Caribbean, and as far away as Canada and Norway. Guantanamo Boy Scouts were the official representatives of the United States and spent 10 days as ambassadors, making international friends with scouts of other nations.
The future of the scouting movement is inevitable. It will always be an adventure
in life, expanding to meet the needs of our youth, without sacrificing the basic ideals of service to community and individual development.
The scouting program in Guantanamo will continue to be the best we can provide with the resources available. For more information on
Guantanamo *scouting program come to the meetings on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. at the Boy Scout Hut in Villamar, or contact Scoutmaster Tom Efimoff at 3864 or 4241.
The Boy Scout Oath: "On my honor I will do my best, to
do my duty to God and my country, and to obey the Scout Law to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight."


Around the globe


Duvalier Leaves Haiti For France (AP) -- Haiti's president-for-life is a private citizen. That is the word from the State Department today.
Officials say Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier left the country in a U.S. Air Force plane early this morning with his family, reportedly for temporary asylum in France. A junta reportedly is in control.
The United States, while concerned about Duvalier's human rights record, has long given cautious backing to his regime. With unrest in the last two months, the administration appeared to loosen ties to the government.
The State Department was considering withholding about half the $51 million in aid to Haiti this year unless the nation improved its treatment of its citizens.
U.S. economic ties with Haiti remain strong. The U.S. Embassy says Haitian factories relay heavily on U.S. materials that are assembled and returned to the United States.
One western diplomatic source says the largest U.S. investor in Haiti is GTE Sylvania, which closed its assembly factory there on Tuesday.

First Returns Show Acquino Doing Well (AP) -Voters turned out by the millions in the Philippinestoday in presidential elections seen as crucial to the future of America's strategic Pacific ally.
Final results will not be announced until Monday, but the first nattering of returns indicates challenger Corazon Acquino is doing well in Manila and the south.
Incumbant Ferdinand Marcos is winning in the north.
Despite widespread reports of election fraud and
voter intimidation, U.S. observer Senator Richard Lugar says he thinks the will of the voters will be expressed.

Texas Recovering From Killer Thunderstorms
(UPI) -- East Texas is recovering from killer thunderstorms that unleased tornadoes, 100-mile-an-hour winds and heavy rain. At least four people were killed and 35 others injured when the storms tore through the Houston area. Police fear more bodies may be found in the wreckage of a trailer home park battered by the swarm of twisters.Forecasters say the deadly storms are now heading east along the Gulf Coast of Alabama, Georgia and Florida.

Neo-Nazi Gang Receives Sentences -- (UPI) -- A federal judge in Seattle today handed down recommended prison sentences ranging from 40 to 100 years for the five top leaders of a violent Neo-Nazi gang. The men were convicted of plotting a racist revolution and committed crimes including murders and robberies. The stiffest penalities were 100-year prison sentences for Bruce Pierce and Randolph Duey. Pierce is the suspected triggerman in the murder of a Jewish talk show host in Denver, and Duey was named as the man who killed a suspected informer.

Reagan Wants Education Vouchers (UPI) -President Reagan is renewing his call for legislation banning the use of federal funds for abortion. Reagan included the request in a detailed plan of action he sent to Congress. The president reiterated his support for tuition tax credits for parents of children in private schools. He also wants a new program to give parents "education vouchers" to send their children to schools of their choice.


News of the bay


Grand Gospel Extravaganza/Fashion Show -- The "Nicholson Singers" from Jamaica will perform Saturday, Feb. 8, Jamaican Cultural Center, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Food will be on sale. Admission is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children over 12 years of age. Prizes and
surprises. If you cannot attend our performance on Saturday, there will be a second showing on Sunday, Feb. 9, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Elementary School Amphitheater. Join us at this gala affair.
Tickets are available at the door. For more
information, call B. Smellie at 4018 AWH or C. Moses at 4498 AWH.

Correction --The identificationto the top left photo on page four of yesterday's edition should read (second from right) Master Chief William Smith, Fleet Master Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet.


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acey Ducey Club -- The Acey Ducey Club proudly announces the "George Rackl Trio," in the lounge tomorow, 6 - 10 p.m. Now 'there is a great place to take your spouse or date. The club is open for members and guests only.

Car Wash -- Are you bored, with nothing to do? Then bring your car to our car wash, Sunday, February 9, 10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., in the Laundramat parking lot. The fees are: cars, $2.50; trucks, $3.50. This event is sponsored by SeaBee queen candidates. We also will be having a bake sale so you can munch while you wait.

Navy Exchange -- Harry Hong Kong Tailor Service is featuring a free gift to patrons making a purchase of $15 or more. This special' is in observance of Chinese New Years and will run through Saturday, February 15.

at The Hook -- Tonight, the Hook is closed due to DEFEX. Tomorrow night, 7 p.m., the movie. "Ben Hur" will be shown. The Hook is open to people of all faiths.

Survivors Benefits Program -- NCC Parr, Command Career Counselor, will present a SurvivorsBenefits Program on survivors annuities/survivors benefits for dependents of active duty and retired military personnel, Monday, February 10, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Free child care will be available. Call the Family 'Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register or for more information.

NSGA/COLI Women's Club--The. NSGA/CO"L" Women's Club is holding their monthly meeting Monday, February 10, 7, p.m., at the home of Linda Hampshire, VL 716B, 3403. All womaen of the command are invited to attend.

Naval Legal Service Office -- The Naval Legal Service Office will be closed Tuesday, February i through Friday, February 14, for court term. Business as usual will resume on Tuesday, February 19.

Auxiliary Firefighters -- There' will be a mandatory meeting for all auxiliary firefighters Tuesday, February 11, 1 p.m., Fire Station Number One.

Income Tax Information-- This information will be presented by Larry Johnson with emphasis on overseas items. This free program will be held Wednesday, February 12, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register.

Leeward Point Civic Counsel -- There will be a community meeting for Leeward Point residents
Wednesday, February 12, 7 - 9 p.m., Leeward Community Center.

P.W.O.C. Meeting -- The next P.W.O.C. general meeting will be held at the home o'f Maureen Kuehne, MP 393, Wednesday, February 12, 7 ..Come for a refreshing evening of devotions, music, and the program, "Discovering new ways to bring Christ into' your home." Call Judy, 4275, for more information.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces a change in the telephone for the Personalized Service/Vending manager. The new number is 4707.

Navy Exchange -- The-NEX Retail store will be having a jewelry sale through February 16. The vendor will be
in the store to answer all questions. So, come on out and buy your jewelry at a very good price.

Navy Exchange -- Remember Valentine's Day is Friday,(: February 14. Do not disappoint that special person in your life. Shop your NEX for candy, flowers, cards, and jewelry. Let them know how much you care.


SCOOP: continued

Girl Scouts -- The Guantanamo Bay Girl Scouts are holding a Father/Daughter
Banquet on Friday, February 14, 6 - 9 p m, CPO Club. The
- cost is $8.65 per couple. For more information, call Maryann, 3830, or Sherri,
2348.

Telephone Book - Pages 38 and 39 in your telephone book provide all pertinent information about your telephone service to better enable you to use the telephone services provided on board the Naval Station.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX
announces that a concessionaire selling Christian boo-ks will be located in front of the Main Navy Exchange Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 14, 15, and 16. Hours of operation will be 10:30 p.m.. - 2 p.m. on Friday, 10:30.- 4 p.m. on Saturday, and 11:30 a.m. 2 p.m. on Sunday.

Attention Club Presidents/Group Leaders
-- Public Affairs is putting the final touches on our welcome book "Bienvenido." We want to include a short piece about your group and get an action shot of them at work or play. May we please hear from the Little Theater, Navy League, FRA, Reef Raiders, wives clubs, scouts, Fil-Am, Knights of Columbus, tape and photo clubs, and all others who want to be included in the book. Contact JOl Stacy Byington, 4502, stop 53, not later than Friday, February 14.

Leeward Point Flea Market -- There will be a Leeward Point Flea Market Saturday, February 15, 10 a.m
- 1 p.m., at the basketball court across from the Mini-Mart. There will be a. half and half table. For more inforation, call Gay Gandolfo, 6117.

Norehead State University - Do you need a refresher course in math? Do your English skills need brushing up? If you are active duty military, your problems can be solved by taking free "Basic Skills" classes this month. ,!!Classes meet three times weekly, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 4307, but do not delay.

Stay In Shapers-- Join the Alive and Well Group Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, 7 - 8 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson Elementary Multi-Purpose Romm. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742.


IeM sa9ty eomittes h biuI-tki

The Nonsupervisory Safety Committee was established in December. The first official meeting was held on Tuesday, February 4, 1986. Mr. Harry Harless has been selected as the chairperson. Ms. Marie Goode has been selected a secretary.aS e
The members of this committed, which ,represents each department of the command, have the input up the chain of the commanding officer on any safety-related problems.
The members' names, departments, and work phone numbers are listed so that any member of the command or community may bring safety related matters to our attention. These members represent you! Please contact them to pass on any information that you consider to be safety related.
The committee has decided to sponsor a Safety Poster Contest. This contest will get children and their families involved in a community-wide project. Please watch for further information in the Gazette and on TV8.


----------- ----DAILY GAZETTE
U.S. Navy's Only Sbore-bane Daily Nenspaper
Capt. John Coidon, USN................ Commander, u.s. Naval ase
Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischer, USN.........Public Affairs Officer
301 '.a ........ Asslstant Public Affairs Officer
J02 aeMyMyi1to....... ..
_ eil tuai~eneau, USN.......................Managing Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN ............................. Assisant Editor
Mrs. Diane Amerman ... Secretary Mrs. Am-Elizabeth EfiaMff .........P:::: . Production Asistan
SR Kim Fields....................................Staffssistant
Nathan Durbin........................SStudentAssstaffnt
Barbara Martinez..............Student Assistant (Pbllc Afars)
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and sbtionnwsaas under the direction of the pblic affairs officer. ;The Dally Gazette is prihted five times a b k at governent expense on government equienat, .t the Navy Publications.and Printn Service Branch Office. tIe Opinions statements' at appearnerein are not to be construed as official, or as the official Views of the Navy Dartmt or Cmuande,. U.S. Naval Base.


Vehicle Registration
Hours -- The Vehicle Registration Office will be open for business during
lunch hours.* The office will be closed Tuesday,, noon 4:30 p.m. The office will be open Fridays. For more information, please contact the Vehicle Registration Office, 4572.

Unsafe Driving -- Driving while wearing head sets is illegal! You are violating
your right to have a license and endangering yourself and everyone in the community. A traffic citation will issued for this offense.

Navy Exchange Layaways
-- The Navy Exchange has
extended the $5 down home layaway plan until Friday, February 28.


Admin Department BCT
BOQ
Commissary Comptroller Dept.
Navy Exchange NBCPO
Operations Dept. Ordnance Dept.
Port Services Dept.

PWD Building Trades PWD Electrical Trades PWD Housing PWD Metal Trades
PWD Pest Control
*":WD Transportation PWD Utilities Rec Services Dept.

Security Dept. Supply Dept;, Fuels Supply Dept., Galley Supply Dept., Material Committee Advisor


YN3 Tomasina Scott ET3 Charles Tuttle MS2 Alice Adams SHSA Angela Harris
Diana Blackman Dothan Johnson Harriet James ETSN Todd Rigali
GMGSN, Robert' Hartsell EN3 Bruce Evangelista
P03 Denise Reichenback Joseph 'Smith John Muncey Marie Goude Rupert Francis Robert Manfre
Harry Harless E7r2 Robert Ryari HT2 Hellwig HT2 Kevin Reece MAI Jacob Cox Harry Faulkner MM2 Jim Springer SKSN Michael Daily
Archie Clay


Daily Gazette Friday, February. 7, 1986


4709
4636 2217
4134/4438
4653 4727

4527/0S 4679/4847
4566
4521 4183/4216
4501
4172 4637/4354
4259
4826 4324 2249 2249 3792
4734/4231
2860
4104 4526/4529


Fleet Reserve Meeting
- Fleet Reserve Association Branch 100 invites all enlisted Coast Guard, Marine,
and Navy personnel to their meeting at Morin Center Wednesday, February 12, 8 p.m. For more information, please call Jim Fitzgerald at 4375 DWH or 3977 AWH.

Telephone Rates -- Long distance rates when using direct dial to the continental United States are
$1.40 per minute from 6 a.m. to 6 p m., Monday to Saturday; and 90 cents per minute from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday to Saturday and all day Sunday. There are no
special holiday or weekend rates.

Income Tax Service -- The Navy Exchange announces that income tax service will commence Thursday, February 13, and run through Friday, March 14. This service will be provided on a fee basis
and will be located in the Navy Lodge. Patrons may make appointments beginning February 13 by calling 3103.

Marine Corps Exchange -For Valentine's Day Jewelry Sale, the MCX willl be having a special jewelry promotion
Saturday, February 8 through Sunday, February 16. There is new and different jewelry for all our loyal patrons. Shop
early for the best selection.
Yard Sale Donations -The Girl Scouts are having a yard sale March 1, 8 a.m. noon. Donations can be dropped off at the library ot call 2890, 2907, for pickup.

Chief Petty Officers'
Club - On Friday, February 14, 6 - p.m., the Harbor Lights Lounge willbe closed'
-to'the public, so the Girl, Scouts of America may have a, Sweetheart Dinner with their fathers. The patio will beopen for authorized patrons not attending the function.! Reservations please.


Car Degistration --Chec your insi rarqe and car registration before it
expires. Driving an unsafe vehicle can cause undue hardship for your family and friends.

Easter Cantata -- Thib is the last call for the Easter Cantata rehearsal on Thrusdays, 8 - 9 p.m., at the Chapel. Help us build our community choir by joining. For more information, call Judy Springman, 4867. A nursery is provided.
-Iguano Video Clu-b

"Pale Rider," "Gremlinsi"'nd "Country" have arrived and are now ready for checkout.
The next regular meeting of the Iguana Club will be in Naval Station Training Room (Bldg. 760) Wednesday, February 12, 7::30 p.m. New members are welcome to join
at this meeting. The club is open to all base residents and there is no membership fee. For more information, plase call Pan Reidy, 2988 AW.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has received a small supply of dresses in beautiful styles and colors inur ladies department. So,I Y while the supplies last.

Black History Dinner Dance - You are. all invited to the Black Dinner Dance Saturday, Febuary 22. Cock-, tails will be from 5 to 6 p.m., with a cash bar.. Dinner. will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Dancing will start qt 8 p.m. There will be a live band and
D.J., featuring Leroy Simms, from L.T.D. The cost of a ticket is $15. No tickets -on sale at the door. For more information, call Ann, 2484.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX Sound Scene will have a red
-tag clearance sidwalk sale,
_Saturday, February 15, with
prices cut up to 75 percent off. So, come early and get
-your bargain of the day.



















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Saler


YARD SALES
Caravella Point 19
Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Multi-family sale. Rain or shine. Everything goes.

Paola Point 5 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. This is a pre-packout sale. Many, many things, scme furniture, clothes, pictures, and etc.

Deer Point 951 (Next to CON Club) Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Assorted
*nts and a few rose bushes
other items.
Center Bargo 1215
Saturday from 8 a.m. until ?
AUTOS
'64 Ford step side pickup, 350 Chevy engine, automatic transmission, inspection good until Jan. '87., $300. Call 6347 DWH or 3230 AWH.

'76 Pontiac Astre, 4-cyl.,
p/b, p1s, a/c, AM/FM radio, good tires, clean, $1500 firm. Call 4961 after 2 p.m.

'76 VW Dasher, very good condition, new tires, an
extremely reliable source of transportation, $900. Call 2122 AT.

'68 Ford.Falcon, 6-cyl.,
automatic transmission, reliable and economical transportation, $900. Call 4416 DWH or GHT Room E302 "A"
Complex ask for Chief Del Hierro AWH.
HISCELLANEOUS
GE/Premier swivel top canister vacuum cleaner bags, $2.50 for 19 bags. Call 3788 PWH.

,&ternity clothes, size 12, je new at reasonable prces. Call 2839 AT.

Patchwork bedspread, fits queen or full, earthtones with a touch of blue, $10; matching tier'curtains, two pairs, 24x84, one pair 29x84,
$5 a pair:; two valances llx90, $3 each. Will sell separately of all for $20. Call 4421 AT.

Ruffle trim fabric shower curtain, dark brown, $5. Call 4421 AT.

Child.'s tricycle, like new,
includes pedal blocks, $15. Call 4421 AT.

~is dungarees and work
rts (Navy), good to excellent condition, $1-$2 each. Call Gina at 3755 AWH. (Sizes are med. shirts/pants 32-34).

One utility trailer, set up
-with bottle racks for diving or hauling, 1 7/8" hitch, ,$300 neg. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.

Steel window chAnnels, one 6
ft.; two 3ft. long, new, $5 for all. Call 6423 AT.
LOST
Female wallet, brown.
Contains very important papers, if found, please call 3396 AT.


FURNITURE
Three round wicker stacking tables, $5, $10, $15. Call
4421 AT.

"Pennsylvania House" brand
table and four chairs, table is 42" round, four matching chairs, form house style. Made of solid maple with
Provincial finish,. exellent condition, $200 for set. Call 4421 AT.

One queen size captains waterbed with queen size
regular mattress, 12 drawers storage underneath, padded rails and bookcase headboard,
excellent condition, $1400 new, asking $900. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.

Real antique covers, here is your chance. Queen Anne dining room set, Circa 1905. All pieces is matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chairs and unique matching buffet (with mirrored back). All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authanticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain at $775. Other unusual antique furniture pieces also available. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH.

Shelving unit, double metal, wood grained, 6x6, good condition, $5. Call 6423 AT.

Space saver with three cabinets, one shelf, excellent condition, $5. Call 6423 AT.

Sears dinette set, table with two 12" leafs, extends to 66x29x42. Six mate chairs. Maple finish, good condition. Sells new for $495, asking $150 or best offer. Call 3745 AWH.

Early American style love seat and chair, green/white plaid; coffee table and two end tables, Early American style, maple color. Call Terry at 4408/4547 DWH or 2866 AWH.

Beautiful Early Americandining room set. Consists of six solid wood chairs and oval table, $275 or best offer. Call 3934 AT.

Antique iron bed frame, full size- white with detail on headboard and footboard, $75 or best reasonable offer. Call 4421 AT.


PETS
Free to a good home. Good dog. We have a small Dalmation-Terrier mixed breed
dog, about two years old, housebroken and very obedient. She is very gentle andgood with older children, but cannot be trusted with' babies who likp to pull on her ears an tail. For more information, call Mark or Lisa at 4600 DWH or 3407 AT.


CARPETING
Four oriental design carpets;
one hall runner, two scatter, one round, blue and beige, paid $100 each, will sell $20 each. Call April at 3183 AT.

Carpet, great condition,
available now. Will fit "C" unit of Nob Hill or Old Villamar or "B" unit of Nob Hill (double units) ,-color, creamy tan, $175 or best offer. Must sell by Feb. 13. Call Gina at 3755 AWH.

One large brown carpet, 12x12 in very good condition, $100. Call Clara at 3175 AT.

Beautiful 6x9 oriental
carpet, nine months old, good condition. Colors are beige, tan, cadet blue and navy blue with background color of deep red. Beige fringe on ends, $75; 9x12 oriental carpet, nine months old, good condition, colors are beige, tan, cadet blue and deep red. Background.color is navy blue with beige fringe on ends, $125. Call 4707 DWH or 3219
AWH.

One 3x5 plush rug, beige, excellent condition, $10. Call 4421 AT.

Like new "Designer" rug, 8 l/2xll 1/2, excellent quality, beige and brown tones, includes good pad, $250 or best reasonable
offer. Must be seen to appreciate. Call 4421 AT.
CURTAINS
One set tiers, 56x35, valance and swag, beige with brown culico trim, $10 for all; two sets Pricilla's semi-sheer off-white, 144x81, $12 each; four sets Pricilla's
semi-sheer off-white, 96x81, $6 each. Call 4421 AT.

One set of curtains, beige
with dark brown lace trim, .includes valance and tiers, 56x35, $7; off-white seeded voile panels with wide
gathered top, 57x81, $4 each panel (16 panels). Will sell ,separatley. Call 4421 AT.

Brightly colored, animal ABC curtains, two pair tiers, 62x.40, $5 pair; three valances, 62xli, $2 each.
Also one matching comforter, $5 (fits crib) . Will sell separately or $15 for all. Call 4421 AT.
AUTO PARTS
'74 Ford Pinto for parts,
four new tires, $100 neg. Call 6347 DWH or 3230 AWH.

Car-top carrier (open-style), $7. Call Gina at 3755 AWH.

Pair lower ball joints for '72-'75 Ford Courier, new, $15. Call 6423 AT.
BOAT
Barrel boat. Complete and
ready to go. Call 3245 or 4848 AT.
BABY ITEMS
Swing, playpen, bathtub , walker, inrant seat. All items are in excellent .condition. Call 2638 AWH.

WANTED
Looking for a refrigerator in good working condition. Also looking for a commerical secretarial wooden desk. Call
4672 or 4372 DWH.

SERVICES
Will house clean for* final inspection, certified. Call Gay at 3722 AT.

Mah Jongg classes being
offered in my home or, if you know who to play, let's get a game going. Thirteen years experience playing, five years experience teaching. Call April at 3183 AT.


ELDCTRONIC EQUIPET Toshiba CED player with 12 movies. Remote control,
excellent condition, $250; GE VHS player with 10 movies, four tapes, odds and ends, excellent condition, $400. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937
AWH.

Realistic stereo cassette deck, CRO-2 capable, excellent condition, $30. Call 6423 AT.

Pair of AVM speakers for car, fair condition, $2. Call 6423 AT.
AIR CONPITIONEMRS
Fedders 24,000 dTU, $100. Call Ray at 3755 after 5 p.m.


reviewing purposes, of course), it seemed like a diet should be in order.
How could I diet though, after the Gazette proclaimed February to be the "Month of the Potato?" The casserole today is from our own GTMO
cookbook and its one of the best I have tasted. Valentine's Day and George Washington's Birthday are almost here. Next week we
will feature some Cherry Pie Bars, a special breakfast souffle, plus a very unique cookie recipe. We will
definitely have to postpone the diet for awhile. Besides,
somewhere rumor control has it that tents are going on sale, and if I could find a nice belt to go with the tent, hmnmm?
If you have,_a special
recipe, put it in a guard mail envelope and send it to Sue at guard mail stop #12.
Thanks for your support, enthusiasm and recipes- Bon Appetit!


Potato Casserole
(Frm our GTMO cookbook)

2 lb. frozen hash browns, thawed 3/4 cup butter, melted �1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper
1/2 cup chopped onion
1 can cream of chicken soup. (undilted)
1 pint of sour cream
2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
2 cups plain bread crumbs
Mix potatoes with 1/2 cup butter and salt and pepper.
* Add remaining ingredients, mix well and place in a 3 qt. buttered casserole. Top with remaining 1/4 cup butter and the bread'crumbs.
* Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Makes 4-8 servings depending on the appetite.

Shrimp Dip
(Donated by Lisa Conroy,. Supply)

1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup mayonnaise
1 6-oz. (can of frozen) tiny shrimp
1 tablespoon dry sherry
2 tablespoon ketchup
2 tablespoon minced onion 1/2 teaspoon worchestershire sauce 1/8 cayenne pepper

. Mix all ingredients in order given and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled.

Spinach In A Bowl (Donated by Dee Ginder, Supply)

2 loaves round crusty bread or 2 loaves crusty French bread
1 cup mayonnaise 1 cup sour cream
1 envelope Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix
1 tablespoon fresh minced onion
1 lQ-oz. package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained
1 5-oz. can water chestnuts, chopped
* Combine all ingredients except the bread.
* Hollow out one loaf'of bread. Put filling into bread bowl or boat. Cut remaining loaf into cubes. Serve with a small knife to spread filling on bread.
Yield: 4 Cups of filling.


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PIANO
Mason player piano, built around 1900. Mint condition, all original parts, and
original ivory. Piano rolls too, $2500 firm. Serious inquiries only. Call 3245 AT.

APPLIAWE PARTS
'80-'84 Kenmore washer motor, (also fits Whirlpool), excellent condition, $10. Call 6423 AT.

TWO WHEELERS
'82 Honda, 70cc blue and white, excellent condition, asking $550 or best offer. Can be seen at mT. Call RM2 Johnson at 4442 DWH or 3006/3007 Room S208 AWH.


On a platti

By Sue HiltonA big thank you goes out to CW04 Van Londen, his staff at
the Galley, and all the volunteers who prepared and
served (and cleaned up) the delicious food we enjoyed at the Cuban-American Friendship Day celebration. My second helping of the rice and gravy was as good as the first one!
Back in the States, my co-workers and I would beat a
path to the doors of various restaurants for our "business lunches." It was serious business indeed, as we munched our way through Oscars, Carlos Murphys, Bennigans, and half-a-dozen other places, but the more things change, the more they
stay the same, and my memories are growing dimmer and dimmer sampling all the local luncheon fare.
The folks over at Supply sure know how to fix a super spread. After gobbling up more than my share of the spinach dip and mouthwatering shrimp dip (for


Da-ift '-Gaz*ette"












L.A. Lakers rip Houston Rockets 117-95


(AP) -- The Los Angeles Lakers continue playing as if
the Houston Summit was thdir home court. The Lakers won in Houston for the fourteenth consecutive time, datinq back to November of 1980. They ripped the Rockets 117-95,
just the second loss at home for Houston this NBA season. In the middle of the rout was center Kareem Abdul-Jabber, who scored 46 points, his season high.
Detroit rallied from nine points down in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter to force overtime
with Washington, then the Pistons rallied from six down
in the extra period to beat the Bullets 111-109.
Adrian Dantley scored 36
points to lead the Utah Jazz past the New York Knicks
119-101.
Atlanta's Dominique Wilkins canned 32, and the Hawks
drilled the Indiana Pacers 100-85.
Phoenix won for the third time in a row. The Suns topped the Los Angeles Clippers 116-104 behind 29


points from Larry Wance.
Cleveland's losing streak reached eight games. The Philadelphia 76ers beat the Cavaliers 111-103.
Six Bucks scored in double figures as Milwaukee swept past Chicago Bulls 117-97. Maverick Mark Aguirre had
29 points in Dallas' i15-111 win over the Portland Trail Blazers.
The Sacramento Kings toppled the Seattle Supersonics 115-106, thanks to 23 points from Reggie Theus.
San Antonio had just eight healthy players available for their 100-95 loss to the Denver Nuggets. The Spurs found yesterday a kidney problem will keep guard Wes Matthews out of action the rest of the season.
The New York Knicks say
forward Pat Cummings will probably miss the rest of the
season. Cummings is scheduled for ankle surgery Monday. He is averaging almost 16 points and nine rebounds a game.
Indiana Pacers have put forward Clark Kellogg on their injured list. Kellogg's


Fan fact
The Boston Celtics have won 13 games in a row, the longest winning streak in the NBA this season. Can you name the holds the record for most consecutive victories in the NBA?


Area Athletics


GBYAA Baseball Registration -- Baseball season is around the corner and now is the time for registration. These are the rules:
1. All children on base that will be five years
but not older than 16 years of age on June 30.
2. Registration will be Saturday Feb. 8 and Sunday Feb. 9. and Sunday, Feb. 8
and 9, from noon to 4 p.m. each day.
3. Registration will be at the Brandon Field
concession stand.
4. The cost will be $20 per child signing up.
Sorry, the increased cost of equipment and
logistics in getting it here will not permit
family discounts. Payment must be made at
time of registration.
We must have one parent or legal guardian to sign the medical release. Each child registered will receive a free
hotdog. Come on, get the old ball glove out and let us get ready for a great season! Watch TV8 or read the Gazette for more details or call Jim O'Neal 4679 DWH, 2392 AWH,or Mike Wolford 6225 DWH.

Youth Bowling Banquet and Awards Presentation -- On Saturday, February 8, 1 p.m., there will be a Youth Bowling Banquet and awards presentation, to be held in the Harbor Lights Lounge of the CPO Club. Recognition will be given to teams and members of the recent Winter League. For more information, call Bill Ferren, 2160 or 4527.
Diving -- The following PADI scuba courses are offered:
February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25
For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH.

GBYAA Girls Only -- If you are a girl, nine through 16 years of age, and you are interested in playing on a fast pitch softball team, then this is for you. Registration is Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9, noon - 4 p.m, Brandon Field concession stand. The cost is $20. This is designed to give you an alternative to baseball. Come on out and get involved. For more information, call Jim O'Neal, 4679 DWH/2392 AWH or Larry Marcus, 6314 DWH /3106 AWH.

Yatera Seca Association -- The Yatera Seca Golf Association is sponsering a Holiday Tournament for the weekend of Feb. 15-17. The event will be a two person, pick your own partner affair and will consist of best ball, alternate shot, and medal play over the 3-days. Sign up at the golf course not later than 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb.14. A pairings and tee time social will be held Friday night, starting at 7 p.m. at the golf course lounge. A cookout is planned for Monday afternoon. Membership dues will be
collected prior to the tournament, otherwise non-membership rate will be charged.
Scuba Class -- Padi Open Water Scuba Class will be offered starting Feb. 24, $115. Call Padi Instructor Bill Diesselhorst 4353 AT for further information.


recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery in December.
The Golden State Warriors say John Bach will finish the season as the team's coach. Bach is in his third year, and his contract expires at the end of this season. There is been speculation about his job status recently.
Phoenix Coach John MacLeod has signed a new three-year contract. MacLeod's in his thirtienth season;, with the Suns.




- 5 2LC


When sports personalities feud in public prints, it is a classic tempest in a teapot.,
Nobody really cares what Joe Blow thinks about Sam Schmo, or vice versa. Like children in a schoolyard, they have to throw verbal darts at each other.
The latest blowup is between quarterbacks Jim Mcmahon of the Chicago Bears and Joe Theismann of the Washington Redskins.
McMahon recently led the Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl Championship. Theismann did the same thing for the Redskins three years ago.
Theismann fired a few
verbal shots at McMahon southward from Hamilton, Ontario at a sports dinner. Among other things Theismann said: "I would not want my kids growing up like him. What he does not realize is that kids look up to him."
Somebody should tell Joe that some adults look up to McMahon. According to reports, the Chicago players, and the monsters of Mayhem, do. Not to mention most of
the fans on the shores of Lake Michigan.
To put it mildly, McMahon behavior before and during the Super Bowl was unusual. He reportedly grew fond of
the French Quarter in New Orleans and the Jazz joints there. That, and a few other things, often lead to curfewbreaking. However, Jim got away with it. Until the last couple of days before the big game, the Bears had no curfew.


(AP) -- Buffalo's Dave Andreychuk came within one of tying the modern NHL record for most goals by a player in
one game. Andreychuk scored five goals in the Sabres' 8-6 win over the Boston Bruins.
He got all five goals in the




glimpse


No Playing For Memphis State Center (UPI) -- When third-ranked Memphis State takes the court against
number-nine Nevada-Las Vegas, Saturday, the Tigers will be without star player William Bedford. The seven-foot center has been suspended for two games by the NCAA for violating a rule dealing with improper extra benefits.
Doug Johnson, the NCAA Director of Legislative Services, says Bedford's violations include the use of automobiles owned by two Memphis State fans. He also said the regulation requires the violator to be declared totally ineligible. But, the NCAA eligibility committee decided Bedford's rule violation did not warrant the full penalty.

Gooden Nay Sign With Mets (UPI) -- A New York City tabloid reports the New York Mets will get the signature of ace Dwight Gooden on a million-dollar contract next week. The New York Post quotes Mats Vice President Al Harazin as
saying the matter would be wrapped up in a couple of days. And the New York Yankees have announced the signing of veteran free agent reliever Al Holland to a one-year contract.

Kellogg Back On Injured Reserve List (UPI) -- The Indiana Pacers are putting Clark Kellogg back on the injured reserve list. The six-foot-eight forward is experiencing pain and swelling in the same knee that sidelined him
initially. A team spokesman says Kelogg needs more time to recover from arthroscopic surgery performed on the knee on December 4. He played in eight games since he was activated last month.


He may have overdone the slogans and names on the headband he wears. Like a television commercial after you have seen it a dozen times, the joke wears thin. McMahon was annoyed by Theismann's words. Jim said Joe does not really understand him. The exact words,
"He does not know me from Adam."
That is doubtful. There is no evidence that Adam wore a headband.
About the youth of America looking up to him, McMahon disposed of that with these words, "The youth of America have their own decisions to make."
Jim, who loves to leave people in doubt about what he said, commented the other night about Bourbon Street and the Jazz Palaces in New Orleans. In his seemingly candid, but often doubletalking manner, he said he went there on Monday night before the Super Bowl. He returned on Wednesday night to be certain that what he saw on Monday night was for real.
Theismann referred to McMahon as a free spirit. He said that, if it were not for football, and this is a quote, "Jim would be some yo-yo drinking beer somewhere."
Thai! last does leave room for argunent, a lot of people who drink beer are not yo-yos.
McMahon does hold a couple of decided edges on Theismann. Jim will be back in Chicago next year to


first two periods.
Edmonton's Wayne Gretzky
became the eighth NHL player to log 800 career assists. Gretzky set up three goals ak the Oilers outgunned the New
Jersey Devils 6-4. Claude Loiselle tapped in a
record in a rebound to the Detroit Red Wings a overtime victory over the Hartford Whalers. Bob Rouse got the overtime goal that pushed the Minnesota North Stars past the Toronto Maple Leafs 8-7. It was Rouse's first goal of the season.
Philadelphia edged the St. Louis Blues 4-3. Murray Craven scored the Flyers' winning goal with two minutes and 39 seconds left in the game.
Right Wing Joey Mullen had a goal and two assists that
helped the Calgary Flames skate past the Los Angeles
Kings 7-2.

The New York RangW yesterday traded right wing Steve Patrick to the Quebec Nordiques for right wing Wilf Paiement. Last month the Rangers suspended Patrick after he refused to report to a minor league club. Paiement has seven goals and 12 assists this season. He is averaged 30 goals a-year over his 12-season career.


quarterback the Bears, already favored to appear in the 1987 Super Bowl. Theimann suffered a brutal leg fracture late in the 1985 season. His future with the Redskins is very much in doubt, although Joe insists that he still wants to pl
"Be nice to everybod
the way up, because you~e likely to meet them on the way down."
That is a quote that probably goes back to Julius Caesar, and you know what
happened to him.
Don Shula encountered something like that before the Pro Bowl in Honolulu last
Sunday. Don coached the AFC squad in the All-Star shootout with the NFC.
According to reports, he was out having dinner a night or two before the game. He stopped twice in the dining room to say hello to players from the rival NFC teAm.
Somehow, and nobody
calling it intentional one table he said helloo everybody but Leroy Irvin, a
cornerback for the Los Angeles Rams.
Irvin took umbrage, and, in the game, a few days later,
he exacted revenge. He made two key interception as the NFC whipped the AFC 28-24.
After the Pro Bowl game, Irvin had this comment,
"Shula did not even know me. They did not respect me in
the NFL. That is way, when I get a chance to get even, I love it."


Friday, February 7, 1986


Sabres beat Bruins 8-6


The Sportsman


By Charles Morey


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DAILY GA ZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -no. 26 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, February 7, 1986 Saturday 12:30 p.m. CNN Headline News 1:00 p.m. College Basketball Michigan vs. Illinois 3:00 p.m. Info Special 3:55 p.m. Movie: "Who's Minding The Store" 5:30 p.m. Police Story Flight schedule original purpose: to give young people exemplary values and an outdoor experience. Scouts hike through the woods, swap ghost stories around camp fires, and learn individual skills, including marksmanship, carpentry, cooking, canoeing and first aid. Beyond the importance of any single activity, scouting has forged lasting friendships and fond memories for more than 70 million Americans. Considering all the lives that scouting has touched, it is not surprising that Boy Scouts include among their ranks many of America's Sunday 12:30 p.m. CNN Headline News 1:00 p.m. The Busch Clash Race 1:30 p.m. NBA Basketball 36th All-Star Game 4:30 p.m. Championship Wrestling 5:20 p.m. Movie: "Desperate Lives" 3'. / Date Aircraft Departs Destination Arrives Mon Tue Tue Thu Fri Fri Fri C-9B Medevac 11:50 a.m. 727 Mac 12:30 p.m. 727 Mac 4:15 p.m. C-141 Cargo 10:10 a.m. 727 Mac 12:30 p.m. 727 Mac 4:15 p.m. C-12 (Febl4-18) 8:00 a.m. Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Puerta Plata 1:50 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 12:10 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 1. All military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded t they must travel in Dress Blue Uniform. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. Space-A passengers for Mac must take the 1:30 p.m. ferry boat with baggage. 4. Ticketed passengers for Mac must bring their baggage between 8 and 10 a.m. for Kingston and 10 to 11:45 a.m. for Norfolk. Take the 10:30 a.m. ferry boat for Kingston and 2:30 p.m. ferry for Norfolk flight. 5. C-9B and C-141 Space-A passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry, sign-up starts at 7 a.m. Carter On Mission Of Peace (UPI) -Former President Jimmy Carter is in Nicaragua on what he hopes will be a mission of peace. He met with rebel leaders in Costa Rica Wednesday. Carter has expressed support for the efforts of the four-nation Contadora group, which is seeking to find peace in Central America. By MMC Tom Efimoff Today is the 76th anniverof the Boy Scouts of rica. The Boy Scouts, known as the most successful youth organization in the world, traces its origins in the United States back to 1910. That year publisher William Boyce formed the American organization, made up of clubs scattered across the country. Although scouting has evolved with the times, expanding its program to include career development and other special interests, it has never strayed from its Boy Scouts celebrate 76th anniversary greatest leaders. Twenty-six of the first 29 astronauts were Boy Scouts, as were such people as President Gerald Ford, Henry Fonda, Jimmy Stewart and Steven Spielberg. Scouting in Guantanamo Bay first started July 16, 1949, when Cmdr. Egbert placed an article in the base newspaper, The Indian; "wanted: young men interested in forming a scout troop in Guantanamo Bay." That first troop of 24 boys was known as Troop 35 of the South Florida Council, Guantanamo District. Sponsored by the Fleet Reserve Association, they received their charter in December 1949. C. W. Abbott was the first scoutmaster. Troop involvement In the troop's 36 years, the troop number evolved to 435, and have had many scoutmasters and, of course, scouts. They have contributed to and participated in many base and community events. In earlier days they gathered clothes for the needy in Guantanamo City, and today collect and repair toys for children at Christmas time. Scouting in Guantanamo has not changed too much over the years. The boys camp, learn crafts and other skills necessary to develop good leadership traits and citizenship enabling them to become future leaders of our society. International flavor This past year Guantanamo scouts were involved in an international event, bringing together scouts from all around the Caribbean, and as far away as Canada and Norway. Guantanamo Boy Scouts were the official representatives of the United States and spent 10 days as ambassadors, making international friends with scouts of other nations. The future of the scouting movement is inevitable. It will always be an adventure in life, expanding to meet the needs of our youth, without sacrificing the basic ideals of service to community and individual development. The scouting program in Guantanamo will continue to be the best we can provide with the resources available. For more information on Guantanamo scouting program come to the meetings on Wednesday nights at 6:30 p.m. at the Boy Scout Hut in Villamar, or contact Scoutmaster Tom Efimoff at 3864 or 4241. The Boy Scout Oath: "On my honor I will do my best, to do my duty to God and my country, and to obey the Scout Law to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight." Around the globe Duvalier Leaves Haiti For France (AP) -Haiti's president-for-life is a private citizen. That is the word from the State Department today. Officials say Jean-Claude "Baby Doc" Duvalier left the country in a U.S. Air Force plane early this morning with his family, reportedly for temporary asylum in France. A junta reportedly is in control. The United States, while concerned about Duvalier's human rights record, has long given cautious backing to his regime. With unrest in the last two months, the administration appeared to loosen ties to the government. The State Department was considering withholding about half the $51 million in aid to Haiti this year unless the nation improved its treatment of its citizens. U.S. economic ties with Haiti remain strong. The U.S. Embassy says Haitian factories relay heavily on U.S. materials that are assembled and returned to the United States. One western diplomatic source says the largest U.S. investor in Haiti is GTE Sylvania, which closed its assembly factory there on Tuesday. First Returns Show Acquino Doing Well (AP) -Voters turned out by the millions in the Philippines. today in presidential elections seen as crucial to the future of America's strategic Pacific ally. Final results will not be announced until Monday, but the first smattering of returns indicates challenger Corazon Acquino is doing well in Manila and the south. Incumbant Ferdinand Marcos is winning in the north. Despite widespread reports of election fraud and voter intimidation, U.S. observer Senator Richard Lugar says he thinks the will of the voters will be expressed. Texas Recovering From Killer Thunderstorms (UPI) -East Texas is recovering from killer thunderstorms that unleased tornadoes, 100-mile-an-hour winds and heavy rain. At least four people were killed and 35 others injured when the storms tore through the Houston area. Police fear more bodies may be found in the wreckage of a trailer home park battered by the swarm of twisters. Forecasters say the deadly storms are now heading east along the Gulf Coast of Alabama, Georgia and Florida. Neo-Nazi Gang Receives Sentences -(UPI) -A federal judge in Seattle today handed down recommended prison sentences ranging from 40 to 100 years for the five top leaders of a violent Neo-Nazi gang. The men were convicted of plotting a racist revolution and committed crimes including murders and robberies. The stiffest penalities were 100-year prison sentences for Bruce Pierce and Randolph Duey. Pierce is the suspected triggerman in the murder of a Jewish talk show host in Denver, and Duey was named as the man who killed a suspected informer. Reagan Wants Education Vouchers (UPI) -President Reagan is renewing his call for legislation banning the use of federal funds for abortion. Reagan included the request in a detailed plan of action he sent to Congress. The president reiterated his support for tuition tax credits for parents of children in private schools. He also wants a new program to give parents "education vouchers" to send their children to schools of their choice. W4ENews of the bay Grand Gospel Extravaganza/Fashion Show -The "Nicholson Singers" from Jamaica will perform Saturday, Feb. 8, Jamaican Cultural Center, 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Food will be on sale. Admission is $5 for adults and $2.50 for children over 12 years of age. Prizes and surprises. If you cannot attend our performance on Saturday, there will be a second showing on Sunday, Feb. 9, 5 to 6:30 p.m., Elementary School Amphitheater. Join us at this gala affair. Tickets are available at the door. For more information, call B. Smellie at 4018 AWH or C. Moses at 4498 AWH. Correction --The identificationto the top left photo on page four of yesterday's edition should read (second from right) Master Chief William Smith, Fleet Master Chief, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Weekend schedule

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The Acey Ducey Club -The Acey Ducey Club proudly announces the "George Rack Trio," in the lounge tomorow, 6 -10 p.m. Now there is a great place to take your spouse or date. The club is open for members and guests only. Car Wash -Are you bored, with nothing to do? Then bring your car to our car wash, Sunday, February 9, 10:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m., in the Laundramat parking lot. The fees are: cars, $2.50; trucks, $3.50. This event is sponsored by SeaBee queen candidates. We also will be having a bake sale so you can munch while you wait. Navy Exchange -Harry Hong Kong Tailor Service is featuring a free gift to patrons making a purchase of $15 or more. This special is in observance of Chinese New Years and will run through Saturday, February 15. At The Hook -Tonight, the Hook is closed due to DEFEX. Tomorrow night, 7 p.m., the movie "Ben Hur" will be shown. The Hook is open to people of all faiths. Survivors Benefits Program -NCC Parr, Command Career Counselor, will present a Survivors Benefits Program on survivors annuities/survivors benefits for dependents of active duty and retired military personnel, Monday, February 10, 6:30 -8 p.m. Free child care will be available. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register or for more information. NSGA/COL Women' s Club -The. NSGA/CO"L" Women's Club is holding their monthly meeting Monday, February 10, 7 p.m., at the home of Linda Hampshire, VL 716B, 3403. All women of the comard are invited to attend. Naval Legal Service Office -The Naval Legal Service Office will be closed Tuesday, February 11 through Friday, February 14, for court term. Business as usual will resume on Tuesday, February 19. Auxiliary Firefighters -There will be a mandatory meeting for all auxiliary firefighters Tuesday, February 11, 1 p.m., Fire Station Number One. Income Tax Information -This information will be presented by Larry Johnson with Emphasis on overseas items. This free program will be held Wednesday, February 12, 6:30 -8:30 p.m. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register. Leeward Point Civic Counsel -There will be a community meeting for Leeward Point residents Wednesday, February 12, 7 -9 p.m., Leeward Community Center. P.W.O.C. Meeting -The next P.W.C. general meeting will be held at the home of Maureen Kuehne, MP 393, Wednesday, February 12, 7p.m._Come for a refreshing evening of devotions, music, and the program, "Discovering new ways to bring Christ into your home." Call Judy, 4275, for more information. Navy Exchange -The HEX announces a change in the telephone for the Personalized Service/Vending manager. The new number is 4707. Navy Exchange -The NEX Retail store will be having a jewelry sale through February 16. The vendor will be in the store to answer all questions. So, come on out and buy your jewelry at a very good price. Navy Exchange -Remember Valentine's Day is Friday,. February 14. Do not disappoint that special person in your life. Shop your NEX for candy, flowers, cards, and jewelry. Let them know how much you care. ----------------DAILY GAZETTE------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USM.Crmsader, U.S. Navl Base Lt. Onr. ick Fischer, USN. .Public Affairs Officer JOl SteB .irr.ton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nil Ci l eau, USN. enoin Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assisn Bitor Mrs. Diane Amerman. .Secre Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efioff .Production Assistant SR Kim Fields. .Staff Assistant Nathan Drbin. .Student Assistant jMospper) Barbara Martinez .Studet Assistant (Public Afairs) The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station nespapers, uner the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gasete is printed five tine a r k at gvernent expense on goverment equi at the Navy Publications and Printi nService Branch Office. Teopinions and statements that appear rein are not to be construed as official, or as theofficial views of the Navy Department or Cmarder, U.S. Naval Base. SCOOP: continued Girl Scouts -The Guantanamo Bay Girl Scouts are holding a Father/Daughter Banquet on Friday, February 14, 6 -9 p.m, CPO Club. The -cost is $8.65 per couple. For more information, call Maryann, 3830, or Sherri, 2348. Telephone Book -Pages 38 and 39 in your telephone book provide all pertinent information about your telephone service to better enable you to use the telephone services provided on board the Naval Station. Navy Exchange -The NEX announces that a concessionaire selling Christian books will be located in front of the Main Navy Exchange Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, February 14, 15, and 16. Hours of operation will be 10:30 p.m. -2 p.m. on Friday, 10:30 -4 p.m. on Saturday, and 11:30 a.m. -2 p.m. on Sunday. Attention Club Presidents/Group Leaders -Public Affairs is putting the final touches on our welcome book "Bienvenido." We want to include a short piece about your group and get an action shot of them at work or play. May we please hear from the Little Theater, Navy League, FRA, Reef Raiders, wives clubs, scouts, Fil-Am, Knights of Columbus, tape and photo clubs, and all others who want to be included in the book. Contact JO Stacy Byington, 4502, stop 53, not later than Friday, February 14. Leeward Point Flea Market -There will be a Leeward Point Flea Market Saturday, February 15, 10 a.m -1 p.m., at the basketball court across from the Mini-Mart. There will be a half and half table. For more inforation, call Gay Gandolfo, 6117. Morehead State University -Do you need a refresher course in math? Do your English skills need brushing up? If you are active duty military, your problems can be solved by taking free "Basic Skills" classes this month. Classes meet three times weekly, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. For more information, call 4307, but do not delay. Stay In Shapers -Join the Alive and Well Group Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, 7 -8 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson Elementary Multi-Purpose Rom. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742. Vehicle Registration Hours -The Vehicle Registration Office will be open for business during lunch hours. The office will be closed Tuesday, noon 4:30 p.m. The office will be open Fridays. For more information, please contact the Vehicle Registration Office, 4572. Unsafe Driving -Driving while wearing head sets is illegal! You are violating your right to have a license and endangering yourself and everyone in the conmunity. A traffic citation will issued for this offense. Navy Exchange Layaways -The Navy Exchange has extended the $5 down home layaway plan until Friday, February 28. Fleet Reserve Meeting -Fleet Reserve Association Branch 100 invites all enlisted Coast Guard, Marine, and Navy personnel to their meeting at Morin Center Wednesday, February 12, 8 p.m. For more information, please call Jim Fitzgerald at 4375 DWH or 3977 AWH. Telephone Rates -Long distance rates when using direct dial to the continental United States are $1.40 per minute from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Saturday; and 90 cents per minute from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday to Saturday and all day Sunday. There are no special holiday or weekend rates. Income Tax Service -The Navy Exchange announces that income tax service will comence Thursday, February 13, and run through Friday, March 14. This service will be provided on a fee basis and will be located in the Navy Lodge. Patrons may make appointments beginning February 13 by calling 3103. .Marine Corps Exchange -For Valentine's Day Jewelry Sale, the MCX will be having a special jewelry promotion Saturday, February 8 through Sunday, February 16. There is new and different jewelry for all our loyal patrons. Shop early for the best selection. Yard Sale Donations -The Girl Scouts are having a yard sale March 1, 8 a.m. noon. Donations can be dropped off at the library or call 2890, 2907, for pickup. Chief Petty Officers' Club -On Friday, February 14, 6 -p.m., the Harbor Lights Lounge will be closed to the public, so the Girl Scouts of America may have a, Sweetheart Dinner with their fathers. The patio will be open for authorized patrons not attending the function. Reservations please. Car Registration -Check your insurance and car registration before it expires. Driving an unsafe vehicle can cause undue hardship for your family ard friends. Easter Cantata -Thih is the last call for the Easter Cantata rehearsal on Thrusdays, 8 -9 p.m., at the Chapel. Help us build our community choir by joining. For more information, call Judy Springman, 4867. A nursery is provided. Iguano Video Clu "Pale Rider," "Gremlins,"!d "Country" have arrived and are now ready for checkout. The next regular meeting of the Iguana Club will be in Naval Station Training Room (Bldg. 760) Wednesday, February 12, 7::30 p.m. New members are welcome to join at this meeting. The club is open to all base residents and there is no membership fee. For more information, plase call Pam Reidy, 2988 AWH. Navy Exchange -The NEX has received a small supply of dresses in beautiful styles and colors in ur ladies department. So, y while the supplies last. Black History Dinner Dance -You are all invited to the Black Dinner Dance Saturday, Febuary 22. Cock-, tails will be from 5 to 6 p.m., with a cash bar. Dinner. will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Dancing will start at 8 p.m. There will be a live band and D.J., featuring Leroy Sims, from L.T.D. The cost of a ticket is $15. No tickets on sale at the door. For more information, call Ann, 2484. Navy Exchange -The NEX Sound Scene will have a red tag clearance sidwalk sale, Saturday, February 15, with prices cut up to 75 percent off. So, come early and get your bargain of the day. INew safety committeehztaitilstud The Nonsupervisory Safety Committee was established in December. The first official meeting was held on Tuesday, February 4, 1986. Mr. Harry Harless has been selected as the chairperson. Ms. Marie Goode has been selected as e secretary. The members of this committed, which represents each department of the command, have the input up the chain of the commanding officer on any safety-related problems. The members' names, departments, and work phone numbers are listed so that any member of the command or community may bring safety related matters to our attention. These members represent you! Please contact them to pass on any information that you consider to be safety related. The committee has decided to sponsor a Safety Poster Contest. This contest will get children and their families involved in a community-wide project. Please watch for further information in the Gazette and on TV8. Admin Department BCT BOQ Comissary Comptroller Dept. Navy Exchange NBCPO Operations Dept. Ordnance Dept. Port Services Dept. PWD PWD PWD PWD PWD PWD Rec Building Trades Electrical Trades Housing Metal Trades Pest Control Transportation Utilities Services Dept. Security Dept. Supply Dept., Fuels Supply Dept., Galley Supply Dept., Material Comnittee Advisor YN3 Tomasina Scott ET3 Charles Tuttle MS2 Alice Adams SHSA Angela Harris Diana Blackman Dothan Johnson Harriet James ETSN Todd Rigali GMGSNRobert Hartsell EN3 Bruce Evangelista P03 Denise Reichenback Joseph Smith John Muncey Marie Goixde Rupert Francis Robert Manfre Harry Harless f7r2 Robert Ryai HT2 Hellwig fP2 Kevin Reece MAl Jacob Cox Harry Faulkner MM2 Jim Springer SKSN Michael Daily Archie Clay 4709 4636 2217 4134/4438 4653 4727 4527/S 4679/4847 4566 4521 4183/4216 4501 4172 4637/4354 4259 4826 4324 2249 2249 3792 4734/4231 2860 4104 4526/4529 Daily Gazette Friday, February 7, 1986 ~1

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The Saler YARD SALES Caravella Point 19 Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Multi-family sale. Rain or shine. Everything goes. Paola Point 5 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. This is a pre-packout sale. Many, many things, same furniture, clothes, pictures, and etc. Deer Point 951 (Next to COM Club) Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Assorted ants and a few rose bushes o other items. Center Bargo 1215 Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? AUTOS '64 Ford step side pickup, 350 Chevy engine, automatic transmission, inspection good until Jan. '87., $300. Call 6347 DWH or 3230 AWH. '76 Pontiac Astre, 4-cyl., p/b, p/s, a/c, AM/FM radio, good tires, clean, $1500 firm. Call 4961 after 2 p.m. '76 VW Dasher, very good condition, new tires, an extremely reliable source of transportation, $900. Call 2122 AT. '68 Ford.Falcon, 6-cyl., automatic transmission, reliable and economical transportation, $900. Call 4416 DWH or GHT Room E302 "A" Complex ask for Chief Del Hierro AWH. MISCELLANEOUS GE/Premier swivel top canister vacuum cleaner bags, $2.50 for 19 bags. Call 3788 "A1H. ternity clothes, size 12, _e new at reasonable ices. Call 2839 AT. Patchwork bedspread, fits queen or full, earthtones with a touch of blue, $10; matching tier curtains, two pairs, 24x84, one pair 29x84, $5 a pair ; two valances 11x90, $3 each. Will sell separately of all for $20. Call 4421 AT. Ruffle trim fabric shower curtain, dark brown, $5. Call 4421 AT. ChildEs tricycle, like new, includes pedal blocks, $15. Call 4421 AT. 's dungarees and work rts (Navy) good to excellent condition, $1-$2 each. Call Gina at 3755 AWH. (Sizes are med. shirts/pants' 32-34). One utility trailer, set up with bottle racks for diving or hauling, 1 7/8" hitch, $300 neg. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. Steel window channels, one 6 ft.; two 3ft. long, new, $5 for all. Call 6423 AT. LOST Female wallet, brown. Contains very important papers, if found, please call 3396 AT. 3 Daily Gazette FURNITURE Three round wicker stacking tables, $5, $10, $15. Call 4421 AT. "Pennsylvania House" brand table and four chairs, table is 42" round, four matching chairs, form house style. Made of solid maple with Provincial finish,exellent condition, $200 for set. Call 4421 AT. One queen size captains waterbed with queen size regular mattress, 12 drawers storage underneath, padded rails and bookcase headboard, excellent condition, $1400 new, asking $900. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. Real antique lovers, here is your chance. Queen Anne dining room set, Circa 1905. All pieces is matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chairs and unique matching buffet (with mirrored back). All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain at $775. Other unusual antique furniture pieces also available. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH. Shelving unit, double metal, wood grained, 6x6, good condition, $5. Call 6423 AT. Space saver with three cabinets, one shelf, excellent condition, $5. Call 6423 AT. Sears dinette set, table with two 12" leafs, extends to 66x29x42. Six mate chairs. Maple finish, good condition. Sells new for $495, asking $150 or best offer. Call 3745 AWH. Early American style love seat and chair, green/white plaid; coffee table and two end tables, Early American style, maple color. Call Terry at 4408/4547 DWH or 2866 AWH. Beautiful Early American dining room set. Consists of six solid wood chairs and oval table, $275 or best offer. Call 3934 AT. Antique iron bed frame, full size, white with detail on headboard and footboard, $75 or best reasonable offer. Call 4421 AT. PETS Free to a good home. Good dog. We have a small Dalmation-Terrier mixed breed dog, about two years old, housebroken and very obedient. She is very gentle and good with older children, but cannot be trusted with babies who like to pull on her ears and tail. For more information, call Mark or Lisa at 4600 DWH or 3407 AT. 1 J CARPETING Four oriental design carpets; one hall runner, two scatter, one round, blue and beige, paid $100 each, will sell $20 each. Call April at 3183 AT. Carpet, great condition, available now. Will fit "C" unit of Nob Hill or Old Villamar or "B" unit of Nob Hill (double units), color, creamy tan, $175 or best offer. Must sell by Feb. 13. Call Gina at 3755 AWH. One large brown carpet, 12x12 in very good condition, $100. Call Clara at 3175 AT. Beautiful 6x9 oriental carpet, nine months old, good condition. Colors are beige, tan, cadet blue and navy blue with background color of deep red. Beige fringe on ends, $75; 9x12 oriental carpet, nine months old, good condition, colors are beige, tan, cadet blue and deep red. Background color is navy blue with beige fringe on ends, $125. Call 4707 DWH or 3219 AWH. One 3x5 plush rug, beige, excellent condition, $10. Call 4421 AT. Like new "Designer" rug, 8 1/2xll 1/2, excellent quality, beige and brown tones, includes good pad, $250 or best reasonable offer. Must be seen to appreciate. Call 4421 AT. CURTAINS One set tiers, 56x35, valance and swag, beige with brown culico trim, $10 for all; two sets Pricilla's semi-sheer off-white, 144x81, $12 each; four sets Pricilla's semi-sheer off-white, 96x81, $6 each. Call 4421 AT. One set of curtains, beige with dark brown lace trim, includes valance and tiers, 56x35, $7; off-white seeded voile panels with wide gathered top, 57x81, $4 each panel (16 panels). Will sell separatley. Call 4421 AT. Brightly colored, animal ABC curtains, two pair tiers, 62x.40, $5 pair; three valances, 62x11, $2 each. Also one matching comforter, $5 (fits crib) .Will sell separately or $15 for all. Call 4421 AT. AUTO PARTS '74 Ford Pinto for parts, four new tires, $100 neg. Call 6347 DWH or 3230 AWH. Car-top carrier (open-style), $7. Call Gina at 3755 AWH. Pair lower ball joints for '72-'75 Ford Courier, new, $15. Call 6423 AT. BOAT Barrel boat. Complete and ready to go. Call 3245 or 4848 AT. BABY ITEMS Swing, playpen, -bathtub walker, Intant seat. All items are in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH. WANTED Looking for a refrigerator in good working condition. Also looking for a commerical secretarial wooden desk. Call 4672 or 4372 DWH. SERVICES Will house clean for final inspection, certified. Call Gay at 3722 AT. Mah Jongg classes being offered in my home or, if you know who to play, let's get a game going. Thirteen years experience playing, five years experience teaching. Call April at 3183 AT. Friday; February 7. 19&6 ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Toshiba CED player with 12 movies. Remote control, excellent condition, $250; GE VHS player with 10 movies, four tapes, odds and ends, excellent condition, $400. Call John at 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. Realistic stereo cassette deck, CRO-2 capable, excellent condition, $30. Call 6423 AT. Pair of AVM speakers for car, fair condition, $2. Call 6423 AT. AIR CONPITIONERS Fedders 24,000 dTU, $100. Call Ray at 3755 after 5 p.m. On a platt By Sue HiltonA big thank you goes out to 3W04 Van Londen, his staff at the Galley, and all the volunteers who prepared and served (and cleaned up) the delicious food we enjoyed at the Cuban-American Friendship Day celebration. My second helping of the rice and gravy was as good as the first one! Back in the States, my co-workers and I would beat a path to the doors of various restaurants for our "business lunches." It was serious business indeed, as we munched our way through Oscars, Carlos Murphys, Bennigans, and half-a-dozen other places, but the more things change, the more they stay the same, and my memories are growing dimer and dimmer sampling all the local luncheon fare. The folks over at Supply sure know how to fix a super spread. After gobbling up more than my share of the spinach dip and mouthwatering shrimp dip (for i PIANO Mason player piano, built around 1900. Mint condition, all original parts, and original ivory. Piano rolls too, $2500 firm. Serious inquiries only. Call 3245 AT. APPLIANCE PARTS '80-'84 Kernore washer motor, (also fits Whirlpool), excellent condition, $10. Call 6423 AT. TWO WHEELERS '82 Honda, 70cc blue and white, excellent condition, asking $550 or best offer. Can be seen at GHT. Call RM2 Johnson at 4442 DWH or 3006/3007 Room S208 AWH. er reviewing purposes, of course) it seemed like a diet should be in order. How could I diet though, after the Gazette proclaimed February to be the "Month of the Potato?" The casserole today is from our own GTMO cookbook and its one of the best I have tasted. Valentine's Day and George Washington's Birthday are almost here. Next week we will feature some Cherry Pie Bars, a special breakfast souffle, plus a very unique cookie recipe. We will definitely have to postpone the diet for awhile. Besides, somewhere rumor control has it that tents are going on sale, and if I could find a nice belt to go with the tent, hmmin? If you have ,a special recipe,put it in a guard mail envelope and send it to Sue at guard mail stop #12. Thanks for your support, enthusiasm and recipes Bon Appetit! Potato Casserole (Fran our GTMO cookbook) 2 lb. frozen hash browns, thawed 3/4 cup butter, melted 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1/2 cup chopped onion 1 can cream of chicken soup. (undilted) 1 pint of sour cream 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese 2 cups plain bread crumbs Mix potatoes with 1/2 cup butter and salt and pepper. Add remaining ingredients, mix well and place in a 3 qt. buttered casserole. Top with remaining 1/4 cup butter and the bread crumbs. Bake at 350 for 45 minutes. Makes 4-8 servings depending on the appetite. Shrimp Dip (Donated by Lisa Conroy, Supply) 1/2 cup sour cream 1 cup mayonnaise 1 6-oz. (can of frozen) tiny shrimp 1 tablespoon dry sherry 2 tablespoon ketchup 2 tablespoon minced onion 1/2 teaspoon worchestershire sauce 1/8 cayenne pepper Mix all ingredients in order given and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled. Spinach In A Bowl (Donated by Dee Ginder, Supply) 2 loaves round crusty bread or 2 loaves crusty French bread 1 cup mayonnaise 1 cup sour cream 1 envelope Knorr Vegetable Soup Mix 1 tablespoon fresh minced onion 1 lQ-oz. package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained 1 5-oz. can water chestnuts, chopped Combine all ingredients except the bread. Hollow out one loafof bread. Put filling into bread bowl or boat. Cut remaining loaf into cubes. Serve with a small knife to spread filling on bread. Yield: 4 cups of filling.

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L.A. Lakers rip Houston Rockets 117-95 r-(AP) -The Los Angeles Lakers continue playing as if the Houston Summit was thdir home court. The Lakers won in Houston for the fourteenth consecutive time, dating back to November of 1980. They ripped the Rockets 117-95, just the second loss at home for Houston this NBA season. In the middle of the rout was center Kareem Abdul-Jabber, who scored 46 points, his season high. Detroit rallied from nine points down in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter to force overtime with Washington, then the Pistons rallied from six down in the extra period to beat the Bullets 111-109. Adrian Dantley scored 36 points to lead the Utah Jazz past the New York Knicks 119-101. Atlanta's Dominique Wilkins canned 32, and the Hawks drilled the Indiana Pacers 100-85. Phoenix won for the third time in a row. The Suns topped the Los Angeles Clippers 116-104 behind 29 Fan fact The Boston Celtics have won 13 games in a row, the longest winning streak in the NBA this season. Can you name the holds the record for most consecutive victories in the NBA? / A Area Athletics GBYAA Baseball Registration -Baseball season is around the corner and now is the time for registration. These are the rules: 1. All children on base that will be five years but not older than 16 years of age on June 30. 2. Registration will be Saturday Feb. 8 and Sunday Feb. 9. and Sunday, Feb. 8 and 9, from noon to 4 p.m. each day. 3. Registration will be at the Brandon Field concession stand. 4. The cost will be $20 per child signing up. Sorry, the increased cost of equipment and logistics in getting it here will not permit family discounts. Payment must be made at time of registration. We must have one parent or legal guardian to sign the medical release. Each child registered will receive a free hotdog. Come on, get the old ball glove out and let us get ready for a great season! Watch TV8 or read the Gazette for more details or call Jim O'Neal 4679 LWH, 2392 AWH,or Mike Wolford 6225 DWH. Youth Bowling Banquet and Awards Presentation -On Saturday, February 8, 1 p.m., there will be a Youth Bowling Banquet and awards presentation, to be held in the Harbor Lights Lounge of the CPO Club. Recognition will be given to teams and members of the recent Winter League. For more information, call Bill Ferren, 2160 or 4527. Diving -The following PADI scuba courses are offered: February 11: Equipment Speciality, $25 For further information contact Keith Mattson, Master Instructor at 3550 AT/4947 DWH. GBYAA Girls Only -If you are a girl, nine through 16 years of age, and you are interested in playing on a fast pitch softball team, then this is for you. Registration is Saturday and Sunday, February 8 and 9, noon -4 p.m, Brandon Field concession stand. The cost is $20. This is designed to give you an alternative to baseball. Come on out and get involved. For more information, call Jim O'Neal, 4679 DWH/2392 AWH or Larry Marcus, 6314 DWH /3106 AWH. Yatera Seca Association -The Yatera Seca Golf Association is sponsering a Holiday Tournament for the weekend of Feb. 15-17. The event will be a two person, pick your own partner affair and will consist of best ball, alternate shot, and medal play over the 3-days. Sign up at the golf course not later than 4:30 p.m. Friday, Feb.14. A pairings and tee time social will be held Friday night, starting at 7 p.m. at the golf course lounge. A cookout is planned for Monday afternoon. Membership dues will be collected prior to the tournament, otherwise non-membership rate will be charged. Scuba Class -Padi Open Water Scuba Class will be offered starting Feb. 24, $115. Call Padi Instructor Bill Diesselhorst 4353 AT for further information. Sabres beat Bruins 8-6 points from Larry Wance. Cleveland's losing streak reached eight games. The Philadelphia 76ers beat the Cavaliers 111-103. Six Bucks scored in double figures as Milwaukee swept past Chicago Bulls 117-97. Maverick Mark Aguirre had 29 points in Dallas' 115-111 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. The Sacramento Kings toppled the Seattle Supersonics 115-106, thanks to 23 points from Reggie Theus. San Antonio had just eight healthy players available for their 100-95 loss to the Denver Nuggets. The Spurs found yesterday a kidney problem will keep guard Wes Matthews out of action the rest of the season. The New York Knicks say forward Pat Cummings will probably miss the rest of the season. Cummings is scheduled for ankle surgery Monday. He is averaging almost 16 points and nine rebounds a game. Indiana Pacers have put forward Clark Kellogg on their injured list. Kellogg's No Playing For Memphis State Center (UPI) -When third-ranked Memphis State takes the court against number-nine Nevada-Las Vegas, Saturday, the Tigers will be without star player William Bedford. The seven-foot center has been suspended for two games by the NCAA for violating a rule dealing with improper extra benefits. Doug Johnson, the NCAA Director of Legislative Services, says Bedford's violations include the use of automobiles owned by two Memphis State fans. He also said the regulation requires the violator to be declared totally ineligible. But, the NCAA eligibility committee decided Bedford's rule violation did not warrant the full penalty. Gooden May Sign With Mets (UPI) -A New York City tabloid reports the New York Mets will get the signature of ace Dwight Gooden on a million-dollar contract next week. The New York Post quotes Meats Vice President Al Harazin as saying the matter would be wrapped up in a couple of days. And the New York Yankees have announced the signing of veteran free agent reliever Al Holland to a one-year contract. Kellogg Back On Injured Reserve List (UPI) -The Indiana Pacers are putting Clark Kellogg back on the injured reserve list. The six-foot-eight forward is experiencing pain and swelling in the same knee that sidelined him initially. A team spokesman says Kelogg needs more time to recover from arthroscopic surgery performed on the knee on December 4. He played in eight games since he was activated last month. recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery in December. The Golden State Warriors say John Bach will finish the season as the team's coach. Bach is in his third year, and his contract expires at the end of this season. There is been speculation about his job status recently. Phoenix Coach John MacLeod has signed a new three-year contract. MacLeod's in his thirtienth season; with the Suns. SG The Sportsman By Charles Morey When sports personalities feud in public prints, it is a classic tempest in a teapot. Nobody really cares what Joe Blow thinks about Sam Schmo, or vice versa. Like children in a schoolyard, they have to throw verbal darts at each other. The latest blowup is between quarterbacks Jim Mcmahon of the Chicago Bears and Joe Theismann of the Washington Redskins. McMahon recently led the Chicago Bears to the Super Bowl Championship. Theismann did the same thing for the Redskins three years ago. Theismann fired a few verbal shots at McMahon southward from Hamilton, Ontario at a sports dinner. Among other things Theismann said: "I would not want my kids growing up like him. What he does not realize is that kids look up to him." Somebody should tell Joe that some adults look up to McMahon. According to reports, the Chicago players, and the monsters of Mayhem, do. Not to mention most of the fans on the shores of Lake Michigan. To put it mildly, McMahon behavior before and during the Super Bowl was unusual. He reportedly grew fond of the French Quarter in New Orleans and the Jazz joints there. That, and a few other things, often lead to curfewbreaking. However, Jim got away with it. Until the last couple of days before the big game, the Bears had no curfew. He may have overdone the slogans and names on the headband he wears. Like a television commercial after you have seen it a dozen times, the joke wears thin. McMahon was annoyed by Theismann's words. Jim said Joe does not really understand him. The exact words, "He does not know me from Adam." That is doubtful. There is no evidence that Adam wore a headband. About the youth of America looking up to him, McMahon disposed of that with these words, "The youth of America have their own decisions to make." Jim, who loves to leave people in doubt about what he said, commented the other night about Bourbon Street and the Jazz Palaces in New Orleans. In his seemingly candid, but often double: talking manner, he said he went there on Monday night before the Super Bowl. He returned on Wednesday night to be certain that what he saw on Monday night was for real. Theismann referred to McMahon as a free spirit. He said that, if it were not for football, and this is a quote, "Jim would be some yo-yo drinking beer somewhere." That last does leave room for argument, a lot of people who drink beer are not yo-yos. McMahon does hold a couple of decided edges on Theismann. Jim will be back in Chicago next year to quarterback the Bears, already favored to appear in the 1987 Super Bowl. Theismann suffered a brutal leg fracture late in the 1985 season. His future with the Redskins is very much in doubt, although Joe insists that he still wants to pla "Be nice to everybod the way up, because you e likely to meet them on the way down." That is a quote that probably goes back to Julius Caesar, and you know what happened to him. Don Shula encountered something like that before the Pro Bowl in Honolulu list Sunday. Don coached the AFC squad in the All-Star shootout with the NFC. According to reports, he was out having dinner a night or two before the game. He stopped twice in the dining room to say hello to players from the rival NFC team. Somehow, and nobody calling it intentional one table he said hello~o everybody but Leroy Irvin, a cornerback for the Los Angeles Rams. Irvin took umbrage, and, in the game, a few days later, he exacted revenge. He made two key interception as the NFC whipped the AFC 28-24. After the Pro Bowl game, Irvin had this comment, "Shula did not even know me. They did not respect me in the NFL. That is way, when I get a chance to get even, I love it." 4 Daily Gazette Friday, February 7, 1986 (AP) -Buffalo's Dave Andreychuk came within one of tying the modern NHL record for most goals by a player in one game. Andreychuk scored five goals in the Sabres' 8-6 win over the Boston Bruins. He got all five goals in the glimpse first two periods. Edmonton's Wayne Gretzky became the eighth NHL player to log 800 career assists. Gretzky set up three goals a: the Oilers outgunned the New Jersey Devils 6-4. Claude Loiselle tapped in a record in a rebound to the Detroit Red Wings a overtime victory over the Hartford Whalers. Bob Rouse got the overtime goal that pushed the Minnesota North Stars past the Toronto Maple Leafs 8-7. It was Rouse's first goal of the season. Philadelphia edged the St. Louis Blues 4-3. Murray Craven scored the Flyers' winning goal with two minutes and 39 seconds left in the game. Right Wing Joey Mullen had a goal and two assists that helped the Calgary Flames skate past the Los Angeles Kings 7-2. The New York Rang9 yesterday traded right wing Steve Patrick to the Quebec Nordiques for right wing Wilf Paiement. Last month the Rangers suspended Patrick after he refused to report to a minor league club. Paiement has seven goals and 12 assists this season. He is averaged 30 goals a-year over his 12-season career. \