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GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba F
Vol. 42 -- No. 27 - U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper --" February lo, 1986


Judges rule Gramm-Rudman Law unconstitutional


(UPI) -- The Gramm-Rudman Law S received a. jolt.
special three-judge panel Friday ruled the law unconstitutional, saying it unlawfully gives the legislative branch the power to enforce its own law. Gramm-Rudman requires automatic spending cuts if Congress and President Reagan. do not meet annual deficit projections.
The federal court ruling


strips Gramm-Rudman of its automatic budget-cutting process. Congress is required by a fallback provision
written into the law to pass a resolution approving any cuts. The provision also requires the president to sign the resolution.
The Gramm-Rudman Law stays in effect while Friday's
decision is appealed to the Supreme Court.
Wisconsin Congressman Jim


Moody is one of i2 congressmen who challenged
Granm-Rudman. Moody says the ruling -"exposed Gram-Rudman as the dangerous sham that it
is."
Senate Republican Leader Robert. Doyle says Congress is under more pressure to pass a balanced budget constitutional amendment because of the court ruling.


Vintage Aircraft -- Two F-86s on the way Calif., were piloted by Cmdr. Tom Demarino to Puerto Rico landed here to refuel and Lt. Cmdr. Mo Jones. (Photo by PH3 Leon Thursday. The planes, from the Pacific Dudley) Missile Test Center, NAS -Point 'Mugu,


U.S. withholding financial aid to Haiti


(UPI) -- The United States is
waiting to see what the new government of Haiti does before deciding whether to
resume financial aid to the impoverished Caribbean
nation.
Washington has withheld $26 million in economic
assistance from the old Haitian regime. A State Department spokesman says the administration welcomes the
* goverrment that took over
m President Jean-Claude Duvalier Friday.


The spokesman, Bernard Kalb, said if Haiti keeps its pledge of moving toward democracy, the United States will consider giving it aid.
Duvalier, whose title had been "president-for-life," fled to the French Alps. France says he can stay for
eight days at the most, then must find a home in another country.
Duvalier flew out of Haiti Friday morning in a plane provided by the U.S. Air Force. A military-civilian


junta took over.
Haitians everywhere celebrated. In the capital of Port-Au-Prince, mobs rampaged
through the streets. An overnight curfew was ordered to curb violence that grew out of the celebration.
In Miami, hundreds of
Haitian refugees danced in the streets. They wore red
and blue, the colors of Haiti's flag before the Duvalier family took over power in the 1950s.


Reagan seeks allies' thoughts on arms proposal


(UPI) -- President Reagan wants to know what European and Asian allies think about the tentative U.S. counteroffer to the Soviet Union's latest sweeping arms control proposal.
Officials revealed Friday
that Reagan dispatched arms control advisers Paul Nitze and Edward Rowny out to get the allies' views. Both men are expected to return to Washington this week. inviet Leader Gorbachev
aMounced the Soviet proposal last month. It calls for a
world free of nuclear weapons by the year 2000. Another proposal, which the U.S.
rejects, was the United States pledging not to transfer missiles now
deployed in Europe to other countries. The American
counter-offer does not go along with the proposal that
Britain and France agree not to increase their arsenals.
However, the counter-offer accepts the calls of elimination of U.S. and Soviet medium-range missiles from Europe.
Secretary of State Shultz


said last week he felt positive about Gorbachev's arms control plan and called


the Soviet leader's proposal of medium-range missiles
"interesting."


Reagan backs space program


(UPI) -- President Reagan still backs the space program and still wants a teacher to go into space.
Reagan spoke Friday at the Thomas Jefferson High School in Annandale, Va. He told cheering students, "I'm going to continue to fight for
funding our space program and going forward with the space station."
Then he said, "You bet, teachers are still on the list to go up."
A teacher, Christa


McAuliffe, was among the seven astronauts killed in the shuttle Challenger explosion two weeks ago.
A teacher at Jefferson, Judith Garcia, was a finalist in the teacher-in-space
competition. Reagan gave her a model of a proposed hypersonic aerospace plane. It could fly anywhere in the world in three hours. Reagan first mentioned the plane in his State of the Union address last Tuesday.


U.S. carriers to operate near Libya

(UPI) -- Pentagon officials The officials say the say two U.S. aircraft carrier U.S.S. Coral Sea left carriers are headed across Naples and the U.S.S. the Mediterranean Sea toward Saratoga left Trieste, Italy, Libya and that flight Friday, a few days early. operations off the Libyan There were scheduled to put coast probably will resume. to sea today.


)Around the globe*


Aquino Vows Demonstrations If She Loses (UPI)
-- Aquino vows to lead daily demonstrations if she loses the races. She says her children might take over if she gets arrested. Marcos says it would take a miracle for Aquino to dethrown him after 20 years in office.

Gorbachev Says Sakharov Knows Too Much (UPI) Soviet Leader Gorbachev is for the first time accusing dissident Andrei Sakharov of criminal actions. Gorbachev says Sakharov knows too many Soviet secrets and the Nobel Prize winner will never be allowed to leave the Soviet Union.

Shuttle Has Votes To Be Rebuilt (UPI) -- Bill Nelson is the Florida congressman who flew on the shuttle Columbia flight last month. Nelson says there is probably enough votes in Congress right now to build a shuttle to replace the destroyed Challenger.

Castro Family Wins Politburo Positions (UPI) The balloting in Cuba was never in doubt. President Fidel Castro announced his own election to a new five-year term as head of the Cuban Communist Party Politburo. Castro's brother won re-election, as well, and his sister-in-law won a position as the first women ever to sit on the panel.

People Avoiding Southern Europe (UPI) - Travel agents say southern Europe could be hurt this summer by tourists changing their plans. The editor of Travel Age Magazine says a survey of agents shows people are avoiding the area because of terrorist attacks. Travelers are shifting to northern Europe, Canada and the Caribbean..

Failing Prices Stimulating Economy (UPI) - The head of American Petroleum Institute, Charles Dibona, says falling oil prices may make the United States dependent on imported oil again. Dibona said low prices' and plentiful supplies could encourage buying of bigger cars and discourage conservation. Oil exploration will be less profitable. Dibona agreed with short-run predictions that falling prices will stimulate the economy.

Alaska Girl Divorces Parents (UPI) - A 17-year-old Anchorage, Alaska, girl has been granted what amounts to a divorce from her parents. Kitsel Baltzo, a high school senior, asked a state court to protect her from her parents. She used a statute intended to protect wives from abusive husbands. The court ordered her parents not to speak to their daughter. She was allowed to move out and the parents were ordered to pay her support.

Searchers Find A Third Human Skeleton -Searchers have dug up a third human skeleton at a ranch in Colorado. Authorities say they are looking into a case they think may involve nine murders. The son of a man who owns the ranch led investiators to the site where he said bodies had been buried over the last 15 years.

I Million In Gold Coins Found (UPI) -- A treasure map turned up real treasure in Nebraska, near the Wyoming border. Drug agents say searchers followed the map to a large white cliff owned by a man indicted for running a drug ring. They dug up $1 million in gold coins. The federal agents found the map in William Musson's house in Hawaii. Musson awaits trail in Denver.

Robbers Flee Empty-Handed (UPI) --Would-be hijackers ambushed two armored cars in attacks in southern France just hours apart. Police say three guards aboard one truck were injured when the driver made an abrupt turn to avoid a blockade. The would-be robbers fled empty-handed after both of today's attacks.

Lady Bird Leaves Hospital (UPI) -- Lady Bird Johnson Left a hospital and went home yesterday. The wife of the late President Lyndon Johnson was hospitalized in Austin, Texas, after collapsing at a funeral of a long-time employee, newscaster Paul Boulton of stations KTBC and KH'IC Television. An aide says she was fatigued and in some pain from knee injury.



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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, tonight, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Free child care is available. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register or for more information.

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

Naval Legal Service Office -- The Naval Legal Service Office will be closed tomorrow, February 11 through Friday, February 14, for court term. Business as usual will resune on Tuesday, February 19.

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

Home Care Contractors -- There will be a general meeting for all prospective child home care contractor applicants tomorrow, February 11, 5 - 6 p.m., at the Family Service Center training room. The purpose of this meeting is to outline the minimum standards for the care and protection of children being cared for in private homes. This meeting is mandatory for all individuals either currently running a home child care center or individuals interested in doing so.

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 of Maureen Kuehne, MP 393, Wednesday, February 12, 7 p.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 NEX announces a change in the telephone for the Personalized Service/Vending manager.
The new number is 4707.

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.

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.

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.


DAILY GAZETTE--------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Cordon, USN..............Ccmmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Cb]dr. Rick Fischer, USN......... ::..... Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceyByington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Nail Wuillebeau, USN...................... Managin Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................ Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane Amierman ..................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Nathan Durbin ....................... Student Assistant (Newspaper)
Barbara Martinez...............Student Assistant (Public Affairs)
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the plic affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a wk at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that apear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Dapartment or Cormander, U.S. Naval Base.


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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.

Attention Supervisors -Have you had a rough time writing those vital performance evaluations for your people? Does writing memos and
other office communications throw you into a "tizzy?" Navy Champus' "Basic Skills" has the answer for you! For the first time, we are offering "Effective Writing
For Supervisors," for all active duty people, free of charge. Topics to be included are performances evaluation writing, office communications, as well as a review of basic grammar. Classes are held Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 3 - 6 p.m., starting February 24 - March 26. For more information, call Lindy, 4307, to make a required pre-test
appointment. Class space is limited, so call now!

Flying Club -- The Flying Club's meeting will be held tomorrow, February 11, 7:30
p.m., in the cl.ub room, McCalla Hanger. All members and people interested in learning to fly are requested to attend. For more information, contact Lt. Learner, 4554.

Inflation Fighter -- This week's inflation fighter at the Stoplight Inn and the Kountry Kitchen is a "Super Dog," for only 99 cents.

Blue Caribe -- Tomorrow's special at the Blue Caribe is
a "14 oz. t-bone steak," choice of potato, salad bar, rolls and butter, $9.95.

George Rackl Trio -- The Windjammer proudly presents
the "George Rackl Trio" in the Steakhouse, Friday, February 14, for members and guests only. Bring your spouse or date for dinner and a very romantic evening.

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.

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 Room. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742.

Leeward Point Flea Market -- There will be a Leeward Point Flea Market Saturdayt 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.

Easter Cantata -- This 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

Car Registration -- Check your insurance and car registration before it expires. Driving an unsafe
vehicle can cause undue hardship for your family and friends.


'Cookie Crumbles' is an "opinion' by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command or the U.S. Navy

In 1980, Guantanamo Bay's Little Theatre decided to expand it's "coconut circuit" to include not only the Caribbean Islands, but Leeward Point for their traveling performances.
That sounded simple enough!
No malaria pills to take, no language books to carry, not even a customs agent to stare at you strangely when a rubber chicken pops out of your suitcase.
Ahh yes, logistics for transporting the cast, props, and costumes to Leeward Point would be a real snap!
Efficiently the cast loaded
the ferry. Piano, sequined costumes, box of feathers, and the other equipment
needed were carefully placed aboard.
Up to then, the only exciting moment had been when
the cast loaded the large canvas flats and almost caught enough wind to sail them overboard.
The near misses must have made the Marine commanding officer's horse nervous. At the sight of people sailing
about the ferry, the horse decided to miss his performance and not get aboard! Coaxing with apples did not budge the horse, neither did the young men trying to push and pull him aboard.
The passengers aboard were screaming out encouragenents. The people lining the shoreline were now joining in with helpful advise.
The volume of laughter reached its heights, filling the bay. Surely the residents of Caminera were wondering what was going on in Guantanamo Bay that day.
The blast from the ferry's horn announcing the departure was taken literally by the horse, for he departed.
The group of people running after the runaway looked like actors from a old Roy Rogers movie. The kids screamed "he


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went that-a-way," and men commanded, "Whoa!" The SeaBee, from Texas, confidently showed the spectators he "can do" by jumping up on the ho s back and gaining control* In the meantime, the Marine had called for this.boat to meet us in a quiet cove. The horse surely was a theatre trooper , for without audience, he boarded with without one bit of coaxing.
Already aboard were two clowns, one cowboy with his guitar, and two Marines in dress blues. All of them were trying to position themselves away from the four "prancing hoofs."
As we got underway, we could hear people on the ferry yelling, "We're taking
on water!" At hearing that, the pianist started securing life preservers to hisb I and knocked over the b~f feathers. The feathers seemed
to enjoy their "new found" freedom, for they were dancing about the deck.
From our boat, it looked as if it was snowing. At this precise movement, the horse had a nature call. Making
good use of the snow shovel, a prop which became handy, the deck was cleared.
Our attention was then drawn to the Soviet-ship, which was passing.
Undoubtedly the disbelief
of what the young Soviet men saw brought the whole crew jockeying for a clear view.
Not only was the ferry now listing from the water, it was taking aboard, but now the Soviet ship was listing too, as the entire crew had raced portside to follow this "American happening." Upon landing at Leeward
Point amidst the water, feathers, horse, and laughter, I could not help but wonder about the reaction
the Soviets received upon re-telling what they saw in the bay that day. Possibly a common reaction
could have been, "Drin g too much vodka can c
mirages!" My own reaction the day was simple, "Maybe the malaria pills, language books, and customs agents were mnot so bad after all!"


Wrong address causes delays

The Post Office has received mail that was delayed because "Guantanamo" was used as part of the address. Consequently, the mail was sent to Guantanamo City, Cuba, which resulted in delays of three months to two years.
The following are correct mailing addresses:

Name/Rate/Social Security Number
Box Number and Work Center if applicable
FPO New York 09593

Nate/Rate/Social Security Number
Box Number and Work Center if applicable
FBPO Norfolk, Va. 23593

Gaojraphical locations are not to be included as part of FPO addresses.



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 3roup and g,-t an action shot of them at wrk or play. May -w 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.


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Saler


AUTOS
'76 VW Dasher, in good condition, reliable transportation around the base, new tires, $900. Call
2122 AT.

'63 Dodge D-1O0 pickup, excellent condition, new water pump, fuel pump, new oversize traction tires, new two-tone paint, new reupholstrered seat, current
inspection, $1500 firm. Call Den at 7252 DWH or 3461 AWH. erious inquiries only.

'68 Ford Falcon, reliable and economical, $900. Call 4416 DWH or GHT "A" complex Room E302 AWH ask for Charlie
Del Hierro.

'76 Ford Torino station wagon, p/s, p/b, a/c, radio, inspection good until June 86. Available at Ferry
Landing in about two weeks,
$1500. Call 2840 AT.

'76 Honda Civic Wagon, 4-speed, needs paint job,
$500. Call 2840 AT.

'64 Ford step side pickup, 350 Chevy engine, automatic transmission, inspection good until Jan. '87., $300. Call
6347 DWHor 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.


AUTO PARTS
'68 VW Bug for parts. Inspect anytime at rear of Bay Hill Barracks 743. No reasonable offer refused. Call Billy at 569 DWH or 4498 AWH.

'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.

TWO WHEELERS
'75 Honda CL-200, runs good, $400 or best offer. Available
Feb. 26. Call 2298 AWH.

'82 Honda, 70cc blue and white, excellent condition,
king $550 or best offer. S mbe seen at GHT. Call RM2
Johnson at 4442 DWH or
3006/3007 Room S208 AWH.

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.

BOAT
Barrel boat. Complete and ready to go. Call 3245 or
4848 AT.


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Hitachi model VT-330AW VCR, six months old, excellent condition, $300 firm. Call 6308 DWH or 3263 AWH.

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.
CARPETING
Blue sculptured carpet,
12'6"xll'9", $50; brown carpet, 9x8'i0", $40; brown carpet cut to fit hallway of unit "A" of old Villamar quadriplex, $30. Call 2840 AT.

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.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Whirlpool 24,400 BTU, works great, $300; small Montgomery Wards a/c, (12-16,000 BTU?) with timer and power saver, works great too, $100. Call 2840 AT.

Fedders 10,000 BTU, good condition, runs and cools great, $75. Available now.
Contact Dave at 2300 DWH or 3682 AWH.

Fedders 24,000 BTU, $100. Call Ray at 3755 after 5 p.m.


FURNITURE
One Jenny Lind crib with mattress, very good condition, $75. Call 3554.

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-in 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.
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.
MISCELLANEOUS
Picnic table and two benches,
needs painting, $15. Call 2840 AT.

One complete set of Funk and Wagnall encyclopedias, never been used, $150 firm. Call 3554.

Men's dungarees and work shirts (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.
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.
TELEVISION
Color 25" TV, $300. Call 4416
DWH or GHT "A" complex Room E302 AWH and ask for Charlie Del Hierro.
APPLIANCE PARTS
'80-'84 Kenmore washer motor, (also fits Whirlpool), excellent condition, $10. Call 6423 AT.


Nineteen hundred and eighty-six is a general election year. One-third of the United States Senate, all
member of the House of Representatives, 30 governors, and numerous state and local officials are up for election.
Navy people on duty not in their states of residence who wish to vote in this election year must use the absentee ballot. This process is simplified by using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to request the ballot. The FPCA is accepted by all states for either registration, an application for registration forms, or an

March
18 Illinois


May
3 Texas, Indiana, North
Carolina
13 Nebraska
20 Oregon, Pennsylvania 27 Arkansas, Idaho, Kentuck

June
3 Alabama, California, Iow
Mississippi, Montana, Ne Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio
South Dakota
10 Maine, North Dakota, Sou Carolina, Virginia, West
Virginia


application for absentee ballot. In many cases, the FPCA will be accepted for both registration and as a request for an absentee ballot. To ensure ample time to process your request and mail the ballot, FPCA should be received by the local election officials 30 days prior to an election.

Be-sure to complete the FPCA correctly. The Voting Assistance Guide lists each state separately and its requirements. See your Voting Officer for assistance.
The following below is a listing of 1986 state primaries:

August
5 Colorado, Kansas,
Michigan, Missouri
7 Tennessee
12 Georgia
19 Utah, Wyoming
26 Alaska, Oklahoma

September
y 2 Florida, Nevada
6 Deleware, Guam
9 Arizona, Connecticut a, District of Columbia w Maryland, Minnesota,
New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, th Vermont, Virgin
Islands, Wisconsin
16 Massachusetts,
Washington
20 Hawaii, Louisiana


The VA defines "willful misconduct" as an action taken with full knowledge of the risks involved, or with a "wanton and reckless disregard of its probable consequences."

This, according to VA regulations, includes a death or disabling injury caused by drunk driving.

"The willingness to achieve a drunken state and while in
this condition to undertake tasks for which unqualified physically and mentally by alcohol is willful misconduct," the VA regulation states.


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Drunk driving could rule out VA benefits


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, 62x40, $5 pair; three
valances, 62xli, $2 each. Also one matching comforter, $5 (fits crib) . Will sell separately or $15 for all. Call 4421 AT.
BABY ITEMS
Swing, playpen, bathtub , walker, inrant seat. All items are in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH.

BICYCLES
Male and female 3-speed bicycles, both in good
condition, $50 each or both for $75. Contact Dave at 2300 DWH or 3682 AWH.


(AFPS) -- Think the only things you can lose from drunk driving are life or limb?
Wrong. You, or your survivors, could lose your Veterans Administration benefits as well.
The dependents of service
members who die on active duty, as well as veterans with anything but a dishonorable discharge, are generally entitled to a variety of VA benefits.
However, the Veterans Administration will deny these benefits if a death or
injury is determined to be the result of "willful misconduct."


WANTED '
Engine head for a '70 VW Beetle, 1600 engine. Call Lori at 4690 DWH or 2968 AWH.

Sales representative to represent stateside sales company here. Call 4961 after
2 p.m.

Starter solenoid switch for '69 VW. Call 4196 DWH or 4926 AWH.

A piano teacher. I would like to take lessons. Please call Carol at 6300 DWH or 6518
AWH.

Reliable babysitter to care for two year old boy. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Request references. Call 2638 AWH.

A radiator and hose for a '79 Pinto. Need as soon as possible. Call John Toledo at 2300/2351 DWH.

Looking for a refrigerator in
good working condition. Also looking for a commerical secretarial wooden desk. Call 4672 or 4372 DWH.
LOST
Female wallet, brown. Contains very important papers, if found, please call 3396 AT.


It is election year .1986












Mize cards four-under-par 68 in Andy Williams Open ,,


(JJPI) -- Larry, Mize was the leader approching Friday's
third round of the $450,000 Andy Williams Open in La Jolla., Calif. Mize carded a four-under-par 68 yesterday and is 10-under for the
tournament, one stroke ahead of Rob Tway and Danny Edwards. Brian Mogg, Tony
Sills, Paul Azinger, Richard Fehr and Bernhard Langer were two shots back with 36-hole scores of 136.
Defending champion Patty
Sheehan led Stephanie Farwig by one stroke entering the third round of the LPGA's
$20?,000 Sarasota Classic in


Florida. Sheehan carded a three-under-par 69 Thursday
for her two-round of 137. Farwig turned in a 68 to close in on Sheehan and remain one stroke ahead of Allison Finney, who was in third place.


Charlie Owens fired a seven-under-par 65 to grab the opening round lead in the $225,000 Treasure Coast Classic in Fort Pierce, Fla., the first PGA Senior's Tournament of the year.


Athletes gear up for Olympic Invitational


Pole vaulter Joe Dial set a world indoor record of
19-foot-4 and three-quarters inches at Dallas. Dial did
not compete in the Olympic Invitational because of a previous commitment at Oklahoma City. The former Oklahoma State star will face former record holder Billy
Olson in the Millrose Games at New York Friday, February 14.
Olympic Invitational officials provided cribs for the children of Evelyn Ashford and Sydney Maree on Saturday. Ashford made her first appearance since giving birth 17 months ago. She won a couple of gold medals at the Los Angeles Olympics. Saturday, she competed in the 55-meter dash. Maree run in the mile. Eamonn Coghlan was bothered by the flu two weeks ago, but should have been ready for the mile at the Invitational.


Coghlan is the only one to run a sub-three-50 indoor mile. He has lost his two indoor races, the mile at the Sunkist Invitational in Los Angeles and a two-mile race at Dallas.
It was the first time the Irishman has lost two straight indoor races since
1981.
Carl Lewis sang the national anthem for the second consecutive year
Saturday's U.S. Olympic Invitational at East Rutherford, N.J.
The Olympic sprint champion
competed in the long jump at the invitational. Mary Joe Fernandez, 14, who has won just about every amateur tennis title around.
Last week she signed a contract to ttrn professional.
Fernandez is a ninth-grader at Carrollton School in Miami. She signed with


International Management Group of Cleveland, a marketing and promotions company that represents Chris Evert Lloyd, Martina Navratilova and other athletes.
At 14 years and five months, Fernandez becomes one of the youngest female players to turn professional. Kathy Rianaldi was 14 years and four-months old when she turned pro in 1981. Gabriela Sabatini was 14 years and eight months when she took the step last year.
Fernandez whipped the world's top-ranked junior, Laura Garrone of Italy, in the semi-finals of the Orange Bowl Tournaments 18-and-under Division a month ago. That triumph and her eventual Orange Bowl victory were factors in her decision not to wait until she was 18 to turn pro as originally
planned.


Philadelphia Washington N.Y. Islanders Pittsburgh N.Y. Rangers New Jersey

Montreal Quebec Boston Buffalo Hartford


Chicago St. Louis Minnesota Toronto Detroit

Edmonton Calgary Vancouver Los Angeles Winnipeg


Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York

Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana


Houston Denver Dallas San Antonio Utah Sacramento

L.A. Lakers Portland Phoenix L.A. Clippers Seattle Golden State


Wales Conference Patrick Division W L T PTS GF GA 36 15 2 74 227 162 32 16 4 68 208 181 25 18 10 60 220 190 23 24 6 52 200 192 23 26 4 50 184 250 15 35 2 32 191 250
Adams Division
30 19 5 65 234 181 29 20 4 62 216 182 26 20 7 59 211 192 25 23 5 55 203 190 26 23 1 53 214 197 Campbell Conference Norris Division
26 20 7 59 236 228' 23 21 7 53 196 201 20 24 8 48 214 211 14 33 5 33 202 259 12 36 5 29 181 279
S ythe Division
37 11 6 80 285 219 24 22 6 54 225 205 17 27 7 41 192 212 17 29 6 40 192 258 17 33 5 39 200 257


Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L PCT GB 38 8 .826 32 18 .640 8 28 23 .549 12 1/2 23 26 .469 16 1/2 18 32 .369 22
Central Division
33 18 .647 -28 20 .583 3 1/2 26 24 .520 6 1/2 18 31 .367 14 17 34 .333 16 16 33 .327 16 Western Conference Midwest Division 33 16 .673 30 21 .588 4 25 22 .532 7 27 25 .519 7 1/2 25 27 .481 9 1/2 20 30 .400 13 1/2 Pacific Division 37 11 .771 -29 24 .547 10 1/220 28 .417 17 18 32 .360 20 17 33 .340 21 15 37 .288 24


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Area Athletics


Valentine's Singles Dart Tournament -- There will be a Valentine's Single Dart Tournament, Thursday, February 13, 5 p.m. at the Leeward Point cormunity room. Entry fee is $2. This event is open to all persons 18 years old and older. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.

Unaccompanied Valentine's Pool Party -- There will be a Valentine's Pool Party for all unaccompanied personnel Saturday, February 15, 7 - 11:00 p.m. at the Leeward Point swimming pool. The cost of this event is $2 and includes refreshments and music. Feel free to bring your own musicft have played. Take a chance and meet some new people.1W knows it may turn out to be the best thing you have ever done.
Volleyball -- There will be an organizational meeting for those interested in intercommand volleyball tomorrow, February 11, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office.

Softball -- There will be an organizational meeting for the Presidents Day Softball Tournament on Wednesday, February 12, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office.

Golf -- The Recreation Services Golf Course Pro Shop is now open on weekends and holidays from 6:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Bowling -- The Marblehead Bowling Alley is hosting a "Big Pot No Tap Bowling Tournament" Saturday, February 15 , 6:30
- 11 p.m. Some lucky bowlers can now win the big pot of $876. Be sure to enter and test your skills, and have some fun. For more information, contact Chuck Mc-Ginty, 2118


Daily Gazette Monday, February 10, 1986


Fan fact

The Boston Celtics have won 13 games in a row, the
longest winning streak in the NBA this season. Can you name who holds the record for most consecutive victories in the NBA?
The Los Angeles Lakers won 33 straight games from November 5, 1971, to January 7, 1972.


Standings

Hockey


Basketball




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DAILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 27 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -February 10, 1986 Judges rule Gramm-Rudman Law unconstitutional (UPI) -The Gramm-Rudman Law received a jolt. special three-judge panel Friday ruled the law unconstitutional, saying it unlawfully gives the legislative branch the power to enforce its own law. Gramm-Rudman requires automatic spending cuts if Congress and President Reagan do not meet annual deficit projections. The federal court ruling strips Gramm-Rudman of its automatic budget-cutting process. Congress is required by a fallback provision written into the law to pass a resolution approving any cuts. The provision also requires the president to sign the resolution. The Gramin-Rudman Law stays in effect while Friday's decision is appealed to the Supreme Court. Wisconsin Congressman Jim Moody is one of 12 congressmen who challenged Gram-Rudman. Moody says the ruling "exposed Gramm-Rudman as the dangerous sham that it is." Senate Republican Leader Robert Doyle says Congress is under more pressure to pass a balanced budget constitutional amendment because of the court ruling. Vintage Aircraft -Two F-86s on the way Calif., were piloted by Cmdr. Tom Demarino to Puerto Rico landed here to refuel and Lt. Qndr. Mo Jones. (Photo by PH3 Leon Thursday. The planes, from the Pacific Dudley) Missile Test Center, NAS Point Mugu, U.S. withholding financial aid to Haiti (UPI) -The United States is waiting to see what the new government of Haiti does before deciding whether to resume financial aid to the impoverished Caribbean nation. Washington has withheld $26 million in economic assistance from the old Haitian regime. A State Department spokesman says the administration welcomes the .government that took over m President Jean-Claude Duvalier Friday. The spokesman, Bernard Kalb, said if Haiti keeps its pledge of moving toward democracy, the United States will consider giving it aid. Duvalier, whose title had been "president-for-life," fled to the French Alps. France says he can stay for eight days at the most, then must find a home in another country. Duvalier flew out of Haiti Friday morning in a plane provided by the U.S. Air Force. A military-civilian junta took over. Haitians everywhere celebrated. In the capital of Port-Au-Prince, mobs rampaged through the streets. An overnight curfew was ordered to curb violence that grew out of the celebration. In Miami, hundreds of Haitian refugees danced in the streets. They wore red and blue, the colors of Haiti's flag before the Duvalier family took over power in the 1950s. Reagan seeks allies' thoughts on arms proposal (UPI) -President Reagan wants to know what European and Asian allies think about the tentative U.S. counteroffer to the Soviet Union's latest sweeping arms control proposal. Officials revealed Friday that Reagan dispatched arms control advisers Paul Nitze and Edward Rowny out to get the allies' views. Both men are expected to return to hington this week. i viet Leader Gorbachev ounced the Soviet proposal last month. It calls for a world free of nuclear weapons by the year 2000. Another proposal, which the U.S. rejects, was the United States pledging not to transfer missiles now deployed in Europe to other countries. The American counter-offer does not go along with the proposal that Britain and France agree not to increase their arsenals. However, the counter-offer accepts the calls of elimination of U.S. and Soviet medium-range missiles from Europe. Secretary of State Shultz said last week he felt positive about Gorbachev's arms control plan and called the Soviet leader's proposal of medium-range missiles "interesting." Reagan backs space program (UPI) -President Reagan still backs the space program and still wants a teacher to go into space. Reagan spoke Friday at the Thomas Jefferson High School in Annandale, Va. He told cheering students, "I'm going to continue to fight for funding our space program and going forward with the space station." Then he said, "You bet, teachers are still on the list to go up." A teacher, Christa McAuliffe, was among the seven astronauts killed in the shuttle Challenger explosion two weeks ago. A teacher at Jefferson, Judith Garcia, was a finalist in the teacher-in-space competition. Reagan gave her a model of a proposed hypersonic aerospace plane. It could fly anywhere in the world in three hours. Reagan first mentioned the plane in his State of the Union address last Tuesday. U.S. carriers to operate near Libya (UPI) -Pentagon officials say two U.S. aircraft carriers are headed across the Mediterranean Sea toward Libya and that flight operations off the Libyan coast probably will resume. The officials say the carrier U.S.S. Coral Sea left Naples and the U.S.S. Saratoga left Trieste, Italy, Friday, a few days early. There were scheduled to put to sea today. Around the globe, Aquino Vows Demonstrations If She Loses (UPI) -Aquino vows to lead daily demonstrations if she loses the races. She says her children might take over if she gets arrested. Marcos says it would take a miracle for Aquino to dethrown him after 20 years in office. Gorbachev Says Sakharov Knows Too Much (UPI) -Soviet Leader Gorbachev is for the first time accusing dissident Andrei Sakharov of criminal actions. Gorbachev says Sakharov knows too many Soviet secrets and the Nobel Prize winner will never be allowed to leave the Soviet Union. Shuttle Has Votes To Be Rebuilt (UPI) -Bill Nelson is the Florida congressman who flew on the shuttle Columbia flight last month. Nelson says there is probably enough votes in Congress right now to build a shuttle to replace the destroyed Challenger. Castro Family Wins Politburo Positions (UPI) The balloting in Cuba was never in doubt. President Fidel Castro announced his own election to a new five-year term as head of the Cuban Conmunist Party Politburo. Castro's brother won re-election, as well, and his sister-in-law won a position as the first wonen ever to sit on the panel. People Avoiding Southern Europe (UPI) -Travel agents say southern Europe could be hurt this sunrer by tourists changing their plans. The editor of Travel Age Magazine says a survey of agents shows people are avoiding the area because of terrorist attacks. Travelers are shifting to northern Europe, Canada and the Caribbean. Failing Prices Stimulating Economy (UPI) -The head of American Petroleun Institute, Charles Dibona, says falling oil prices may make the United States dependent on imported oil again. Dibona said low prices' and plentiful supplies could encourage buying of bigger cars and discourage conservation. Oil exploration will be less profitable. Dibona agreed with short-run predictions that falling prices will stimulate the economy. Alaska Girl Divorces Parents (UPI) -A 17-year-old Anchorage, Alaska, girl has been granted what amounts to a divorce from her parents. Kitsel Baltzo, a high school senior, asked a state court to protect her from her parents. She used a statute intended to protect wives from abusive husbands. The court ordered her parents not to speak to their daughter. She was allowed to move out and the parents were ordered to pay her support. Searchers Find A Third Human Skeleton -Searchers have dug up a third hunan skeleton at a ranch in Colorado. Authorities say they are looking into a case they think may involve nine murders. The son of a man who owns the ranch led investiators to the site where he said bodies had been buried over the last 15 years. 1 Million In Gold Coins Found (UPI) -A treasure map turned up real treasure in Nebraska, near the Wyoming border. Drug agents say searchers followed the map to a large white cliff owned by a man indicted for running a drug ring. They dug up $1 million in gold coins. The federal agents found the map in William Musson's house in Hawaii. Musson awaits trail in Denver. Robbers Flee Empty-Handed (UPI) -Would-be hi jackers ambushed two armored cars in attacks in southern France just hours apart. Police say three guards aboard one truck were injured when the driver made an abrupt turn to avoid a blockade. The would-be robbers fled empty-handed after both of today's attacks. Lady Bird Leaves Hospital (UPI) -Lady Bird Johnson left a hospital and went home yesterday. The wife of the late President Lyndon Johnson was hospitalized in Austin, Texas, after collapsing at a funeral of a long-time employee, newscaster Paul Boulton of stations KTBC ard KI'BC Television. An aide says she was fatigued and in some pain from knee injury. U.

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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, tonight, 6:30 -8 p.m. Free child care is 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 tonight, 7 p.m., at the home of Linda Hampshire, VL 716B, 3403. All women of the command are invited to attend. Naval Legal Service Office -The Naval Legal Service Office will be closed tomorrow, 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 tomorrow, 1 p.m., Fire Station Number One. Home Care Contractors -There will be a general meeting for all prospective child home care contractor applicants tomorrow, February 11, 5 -6 p.m., at the Family Service Center training room. The purpose of this meeting is to outline the minimum standards for the care and protection of children being cared for in private homes. This meeting is mandatory for all individuals either currently running a home child care center or individuals interested in doing so. 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 ounsel -There will be a community meeting for Leeward Point residents Wednesday, February 12, 7 -9 p.m., Leeward Community Center. P.H.O.C. Meeting -The next P.W.O.C. general meeting will be held at the home of Maureen Kuehne, MP 393, Wednesday, February 12, 7 p.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 NEX announces a change in the telephone for the Personalized Service/Vending manager. The new number is 4707. 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. Navy Exchange -The HEX 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. 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. ------------------DAILY GAZETTE--------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Commander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischr, USN.Public Affairs Officer JOl Stacey yintonn.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Beil Oi tebeu, USH.Manging Eitor J03 Teri Thasas, USN.Assistnt Editor His. Diane Aimereman .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Production Assistan SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Nathan Durbin.Student Assistant (awsepaper) Barbara Martinez.Student Assistant (Public Aftairs The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newsppers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Nay Publications and Printing Srvice Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appar herein are net to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Puprtent or Conarder, U.S. Naval Base. SCOOP: continued 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. Attention Supervisors -Have you had a rough time writing those vital performance evaluations for your people? Does writing memos and other office communications throw you into a "tizzy?" Navy Champus' "Basic Skills" has the answer for you! For the first time, we are offering "Effective Writing For Supervisors," for all active duty people, free of charge. Topics to be included are performances evaluation writing, office communications, as well as a review of basic grammar. Classes are held Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 3 -6 p.m., starting February 24 -March 26. For more information, call Lindy, 4307, to make a required pre-test appointment. Class space is limited, so call now! Flying Club -The Flying Club's meeting will be held tomorrow, February 11, 7:30 p.m., in the club room, McCalla Hanger. All members and people interested in learning to fly are requested to attend. For more information, contact Lt. Learner, 4554. Inflation Fighter -This week's inflation fighter at the Stoplight Inn and the Country Kitchen is a "Super Dog," for only 99 cents. Blue Caribe -Tomorrow's special at the Blue Caribe is a "14 oz. t-bone steak," choice of potato, salad bar, rolls and butter, $9.95. George Rackl Trio -The Windjammer proudly presents the "George Rackl Trio" in the Steakhouse, Friday, February 14, for members and guests only. Bring your spouse or date for dinner and a very romantic evening. 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. 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 Room. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742. 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. Easter Cantata -This 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 Car Registration -Check your insurance and car rgistration before it expires. Driving an unsafe vehicle can cause undue hardship for your family arx friends. Cookie ByCoore4bohes -By Cookie Johnson "Cookie Crumbles" is an "opinion" by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command or the U.S. Navy In 1980, Guantanamo Bay's Little Theatre decided to expand it's "coconut circuit" to include not only the Caribbean Islands, but Leeward Point for their traveling performances. That sounded simple enough! No malaria pills to take, no language books to carry, not even a customs agent to stare at you strangely when a rubber chicken pops out of your suitcase. Ahh yes, logistics for transporting the cast, props, and costumes to Leeward Point would be a real snap! Efficiently the cast loaded the ferry. Piano, sequined costumes, box of feathers, and the other equipment needed were carefully placed aboard. Up to then, the only exciting moment had been when the cast loaded the large canvas flats and almost caught enough wind to sail them overboard. The near misses must have made the Marine commanding officer's horse nervous. At the sight of people sailing about the ferry, the horse decided to miss his performance and not get aboard! Coaxing with apples did not budge the horse, neither did the young men trying to push and pull him aboard. The passengers aboard were screaming out encouragements. The people lining the shoreline were now joining in with helpful advise. The volume of laughter reached its heights, filling the bay. Surely the residents of Caminera were wondering what was going on in Guantanamo Bay that day. The blast from the ferry's horn announcing the departure was taken literally by the horse, for he departed. The group of people running after the runaway looked like actors from a old Roy Rogers movie. The kids screamed "he went that-a-way," and men commanded, "Whoa!" The SeaBee, from Texas, confidently showed the spectators he "can do" by jumping up on the ho s back and gaining control In the meantime, the Marine had called for this. boat to meet us in a quiet cove. The horse surely was a theatre trooper, for without audience, he boarded with without one bit of coaxing. Already aboard were two clowns, one cowboy with his guitar, and two Marines in dress blues. All of them were trying to position themselves away from the four "prancing hoofs." As we got underway, we could hear people on the ferry yelling, "We're taking on water!" At hearing that, the pianist started securing life preservers to his and knocked over the b f feathers. The feathers seemed to enjoy their "new found" freedom, for they were dancing about the deck. From our boat, it looked as if it was snowing. At this precise movement, the horse had a nature call. Making good use of the snow shovel, a prop which became handy, the deck was cleared. Our attention was then drawn to the Soviet -ship, which was passing. Undoubtedly the disbelief of what the young Soviet men saw brought the whole crew jockeying for a clear view. Not only was the ferry now listing from the water, it was taking aboard, but now the Soviet ship was listing too, as the entire crew had raced portside to follow this "American happening." Upon landing at Leeward Point amidst the water, feathers, horse, and laughter, I could not help but wonder about the reaction the Soviets received upon re-telling what they saw in the bay that day. Possibly a common reaction could have been, "Drinig too much vodka can c mirages!" My own reaction o the day was simple, "Maybe the malaria pills, language books, and customs agents were mnot so bad after all!" Wrong address causes delays The Post Office has received mail that was delayed because "Guantanamo" was used as part of the address. Consequently, the mail was sent to Guantanamo City, Cuba, which resulted in delays of three months to two years. The following are correct mailing addresses: Name/Rate/Social Security Number Box Number and work Center if applicable FPO New York 09593 Name/Rate/Social Security Number Box Number and Work Center if applicable FBPO Norfolk, Va. 23593 Geographical locations are not to be included as part of FP addresses. Attention Club Presidents/Group Leaders -Public Affairs is putting the final touches on our welcome book "Bienuenido." We want to include a short piece caut your group and gt an action shot of them at work or play. dAny esplease hear from the Little Theater, Navy Reau, FRA, Reef Raiders, wives clubs, scouts, Fi -to, oKnights of Columbus, tape and photo clubs, and all others who want to be included in the book. Contact 301 Stacy Byington, 4502, stop 53, not later than Friday, February 14. 2 Daily Gazette Monday, February 10, 1986 Z_-

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The Saler AUTOS '76 VW Dasher, in good condition, reliable transportation around the base, new tires, $900. Call 2122 AT. '63 Dodge D-100 pickup, excellent condition, new water pump, fuel pump, new oversize traction tires, new two-tone paint, new reupholstrered seat, current inspection, $1500 firm. Call Den at 7252 DWH or 3461 AWH. S erious inquiries only. '68 Ford Falcon, reliable and economical, $900. Call 4416 DWH or GHT "A" complex Room E302 AWH ask for Charlie Del Hierro. '76 Ford Torino station wagon, p/s, p/b, a/c, radio, inspection good until June 86. Available at Ferry Landing in about two weeks, $1500. Call 2840 AT. '76 Honda Civic Wagon, 4-speed, needs paint job, $500. Call 2840 AT. '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. AUTO PARTS '68 VW Bug for parts. Inspect anytime at rear of Bay Hill Barracks 743. No reasonable offer refused. Call Billy at 569 DWH or 4498 AWH. '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. TWO WHEELERS '75 Honda CL-200, runs good, $400 or best offer. Available Feb. 26. Call 2298 AWH. '82 Honda, 70cc blue and white, excellent condition, eking $550 or best offer. n be seen at GHT. Call RM2 Johnson at 4442 DWH or 3006/3007 Room S208 AWH. 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. BOAT Barrel boat. Complete and ready to go. Call 3245 or 4848 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Hitachi model VT-330AW VCR, six months old, excellent condition, $300 firm. Call 6308 DWH or 3263 AWH. 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. CARPETING Blue sculptured carpet, 12'6"xll'9", $50; brown carpet, 9x8'lO", $40; brown carpet cut to fit hallway of unit "A" of old Villamar quadriplex, $30. Call 2840 AT. 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, 12xl2 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 1/2x11 1/2, excellent quality, beige and brown tones, includes good pad, $250 or best reasonable offer. Must be seen to appreciate. Call 4421 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 24,400 BTU, works great, $300; small Montgomery Wards a/c, (12-16,000 BTU?) with timer and power saver, works great too, $100. Call 2840 AT. Fedders 10,000 BTU, good condition, runs and cools great, $75. Available now. Contact Dave at 2300 DWH or 3682 AWH. Fedders 24,000 BTU, $100. Call Ray at 3755 after 5 p.m. J ALL:' FURNITURE One Jenny Lind crib with mattress, very good condition, $75. Call 3554. 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 -in 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. 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. MISCELLANEOUS Picnic table and two benches, needs painting, $15. Call 2840 AT. One complete set of Funk and Wagnall encyclopedias, never been used, $150 firm. Call 3554. Men's dungarees and work shirts (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. 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. TELEVISION Color 25" TV, $300. Call 4416 DWH or GHT "A" complex Room E302 AWH and ask for Charlie Del Hierro. APPLIANCE PARTS '80-'84 Kenmore washer motor, (also fits Whirlpool), excellent condition, $10. Call 6423 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, 62x40, $5 pair; three valances, 62xl1, $2 each. Also one matching comforter, $5 (fits crib) .Will sell separately or $15 for all. Call 4421 AT. BABY ITEMS Swing, playpen, bathtub walker, infant seat. All items are in excellent condition. Call 2638 AWH. BICYCLES Male and female 3-speed bicycles, both in good condition, $50 each or both for $75. Contact Dave at 2300 DWH or 3682 AWH. It is election year 1986 Nineteen hundred and eighty-six is a general election year. One-third of the United States Senate, all member of the House of Representatives, 30 governors, and numerous state and local officials are up for election. Navy people on duty not in their states of residence who wish to vote in this election year must use the absentee ballot. This process is simplified by using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA) to request the ballot. The FPCA is accepted by all states for either registration, an application for registration forms, or an March 18 Illinois May 3 Texas, Indiana, North Carolina 13 Nebraska 20 Oregon, Pennsylvania 27 Arkansas, Idaho, Kentuc June 3 Alabama, California, Io application for absentee ballot. In many cases, the FPCA will be accepted for both registration and as a request for an absentee ballot. To ensure ample time to process your request and mail the ballot, FPCA should be received by the local election officials 30 days prior to an election. Be sure to complete the FPCA correctly. The Voting Assistance Guide lists each state separately and its requirements. See your Voting Officer for assistance. The following below is a listing of 1986 state primaries: August 5 Colorado, Kansas, Michigan, Missouri 7 Tennessee 12 Georgia 19 Utah, Wyoming 26 Alaska, Oklahoma September 2 Florida, Nevada 6 Deleware, Guam 9 Arizona, Connecticut District of Columbia Maryland, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virgin Islands, Wisconsin 16 Massachusetts, Washington 20 Hawaii, Louisiana cky owa, Mississippi, Montana, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, South Dakota 10 Maine, North Dakota, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia The VA defines "willful misconduct" as an action taken with full knowledge of the risks involved, or with a "wanton and reckless disregard of its probable consequences." This, according to VA regulations, includes a death or disabling injury caused by drunk driving. "The willingness to achieve a drunken state and while in this condition to undertake tasks for which unqualified physically and mentally by alcohol is willful misconduct," the VA regulation states. Daily Gazette Monday, February 10, 1986. Drunk driving could rule out VA benefits WANTED Engine head for a '70 VW Beetle, 1600 engine. Call Lori at 4690 DWH or 2968 AWH. Sales representative to represent stateside sales company here. Call 4961 after 2 p.m. Starter solenoid switch for '69 VW. Call 4196 DWH or 4926 AWH. A piano teacher. I would like to take lessons. Please call Carol at 6300 DWH or 6518 AWH. Reliable babysitter to care for two year old boy. Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Request references. Call 2638 AWH. A radiator and hose for a '79 Pinto. Need as soon as possible. Call John Toledo at 2300/2351 DWH. Looking for a refrigerator in good working condition. Also looking for a commerical secretarial wooden desk. Call 4672 or 4372 DWH. LOST Female wallet, brown. Contains very important papers, if found, please call 3396 AT. (AFPS) -Think the only things you can lose from drunk driving are life or limb? Wrong. You, or your survivors, could lose your Veterans Administration benefits as well. The dependents of service members who die on active duty, as well as veterans with 'anything but a dishonorable discharge, are generally entitled to a variety of VA benefits. However, the Veterans Administration will deny these benefits if a death or injury is determined to be the result of "willful misconduct."

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Mize cards four-under-par 68 in Andy Williams Open (UPI) -Larry Mize was the leader approching Friday's third round of the $450,000 Andy Williams Open in' La Jolla, Calif. Mize carded a four-under-par 68 yesterday and is 10-under for the tournament, one stroke ahead of Rob Tway and Danny Edwards. Brian Mogg, Tony Sills, Paul Azinger, Richard Fehr and Bernhard Langer were two shots back with 36-hole scores of 136. Defending champion Patty Sheehan led Stephanie Farwig by one stroke entering the third round of the LPGA's $200,000 Sarasota Classic in Florida. Sheehan carded a three-under-par 69 Thursday for her two-round of 137. Farwig turned in a 68 to close in on Sheehan and remain one stroke ahead of Allison Finney, who was in third place. Charlie Owens fired a seven-under-par 65 to grab the opening round lead in the $225,000 Treasure Coast Classic in Fort Pierce, Fla., the first PGA Senior's Tournament of the year. Athletes gear up for Olympic Invitational Pole vaulter Joe Dial set a world indoor record of 19-foot-4 and three-quarters inches at Dallas. Dial did not compete in the Olympic Invitational because of a previous commitment at Oklahoma City. The former Oklahoma State star will face former record holder Billy Olson in the Millrose Games at New York Friday, February 14. Olympic Invitational officials provided cribs for the children of Evelyn Ashford and Sydney Maree on Saturday. Ashford made her first appearance since giving birth 17 months ago. She won a couple of gold medals at the Los Angeles Olympics. Saturday, she competed in the 55-meter dash. Maree run in the mile. Eamonn Coghlan was bothered by the flu two weeks ago, but should have been ready for the mile at the Invitational. Coghlan is the only one to run a sub-three-50 indoor mile. He has lost his two indoor races, the mile at the Sunkist Invitational in Los Angeles and a two-mile race at Dallas. It was the first time the Irishman has lost two straight indoor races since 1981. Carl Lewis sang the national anthem for the second consecutive year Saturday's U.S. Olympic Invitational at East Rutherford, N.J. The Olympic sprint champion competed in the long jump at the invitational. Mary Joe Fernandez, 14, who has won just about every amateur tennis title around. Last week she signed a contract to turn professional. Fernandez is a ninth-grader at Carrollton School in Miami. She signed with International Management Group of Cleveland, a marketing and promotions company that represents Chris Evert Lloyd, Martina Navratilova and other athletes. At 14 years and five months, Fernandez becomes one of the youngest female players to turn professional. Kathy Rianaldi was 14 years and four-months old when she turned pro in 1981. Gabriela Sabatini was 14 years and eight months when she took the step last year. Fernandez whipped the world's top-ranked junior, Laura Garrone of Italy, in the sani-finals of the Orange Bowl Tournaments 18-and-under Division a month ago. That triumph and her eventual Orange Bowl victory were factors in her decision not to wait until she was 18 to turn pro as originally planned. Sidelines. National Figure Skating Championships (UPI) -Michigan skaters Renee Roca and Donald Adair clinched the championship dance crown at the National Figure Skating Championships in Uniondale, N.Y. They will join the runners-up, Suzanne Senanick and Scott Gregory, for a trip to the world championships in Geneva next month. Lois Luciani and Russ Witherby finished third. The Junior Women's gold medal was presented to Cindy Bortz, 14, of Tarzana, Calif. In the men's competition, Brian Boitano of Sunnydale, Calif., won the short program to keep his lead in the overall standings. Californians Christopher Bowman and Scott Williams are second and third. In the women's division, Caryn Kadavy of Colorado Springs, Colo., won the short program yesterday to move into second place in the overall standings. 1986 Davis Cup Team (UPI) -The U.S. Tennis Association announced its 1986 Davis Cup Tennis Cup Team. The players selected by new team captain Tom Gorman are Jimmy Arias, Ken Flach, Brad Gilbert, Aaron Krickstein and Robert Seguso. The U.S. opens the competition next month with a visit to Ecuador. Hockey (UPI) -Left wing Steve Thomas of the Toronto Maple Leafs is the NHL's "Rookie of the Month" for January. Thomas was honored after scoring eight goals and handing out 11 assists in 15 games. The Toronto star edged Philadelphia goalie Darren Jensen and Montreal winger Kjell xv Dahlin for the award. College Football Hall of Fame -Former coaches Charley MClendon of LSU and Bill Edwards of Whittenberg were selected for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. V Ii {/ \\p' I? _____ ___ ,p a IP~ r+ t 'rA 11'. f r.'aArea Athletics Valentine's Singles Dart Tournament -There will be a Valentine's Single Dart Tournament, Thursday, February 13, 5 p.m. at the Leeward Point community room. Entry fee is $2. This event is open to all persons 18 years old and older. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. Unaccompanied Valentine's Pool Party -There will be a Valentine's Pool Party for all unaccompanied personnel Saturday, February 15, 7 -11:00 p.m. at the Leeward Point swimming pool. The cost of this event is $2 and includes refreshments and music. Feel free to bring your own music have played. Take a chance and meet some new people. knows it may turn out to be the best thing you have ever done. Volleyball -There will be an organizational meeting for those interested in intercommand volleyball tomorrow, February 11, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office. Softball -There will be an organizational meeting for the Presidents Day Softball Tournament on Wednesday, February 12, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office. Golf -The Recreation Services Golf Course Pro Shop is now open on weekends and holidays from 6:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. Bowling -The Marblehead Bowling Alley is hosting a "Big Pot No Tap Bowling Tournament" Saturday, February 15 6:30 -11 p.m. Some lucky bowlers can now win the big pot of $876. Be sure to enter and test your skills, and have some fun. For more information, contact Chuck MGinty, 2118 Daily Gazette Monday, February 10, 1986 Fan fact The Boston Celtics have won 13 games in a row, the longest winning streak in the NBA this season. Can you name who holds the record for most consecutive victories in the NBA? The Los Angeles Lakers won 33 straight games from November 5, 1971, to January 7, 1972. Standings Hockey Wales Conference Patrick Division W LT PTS GF GA Philadelphia 36 15 2 74 227 162 Washington 32 16 4 68 208 181 N.Y. Islanders 25 18 10 60 220 190 Pittsburgh 23 24 6 52 200 192 N.Y. Rangers 23 26 4 50 184 250 New Jersey 15 35 2 32 191 250 Adams Division Montreal 30 19 5 65 234 181 Quebec 29 20 4 62 216 182 Boston 26 20 7 59 211 192 Buffalo 25 23 5 55 203 190 Hartford 26 23 1 53 214 197 Campbell Conference Norris Division Chicago 26 20 7 59 236 228 St. Louis 23 21 7 53 196 201 Minnesota 20 24 8 48 214 211 Toronto 14 33 5 33 202 259 Detroit 12 36 5 29 181 279 Smythe Division Edmonton 37 11 6 80 285 219 Calgary 24 22 6 54 225 205 Vancouver 17 27 7 41 192 212 Los Angeles 17 29 6 40 192 258 Winnipeg 17 33 5 39 200 257 Basketball Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L PCT GB Boston 38 8 .826 -Philadelphia 32 18 .640 8 New Jersey 28 23 .549 12 1/2 Washington 23 26 .469 16 1/2 New York 18 32 .369 22 Central Division Milwaukee 33 18 .647 -Atlanta 28 20 .583 3 1/2 Detroit 26 24 .520 6 1/2 Cleveland 18 31 .367 14 Chicago 17 34 .333 16 Indiana 16 33 .327 16 Western Conference Midwest Division Houston 33 16 .673 -Denver 30 21 .588 4 Dallas 25 22 .532 7 San Antonio 27 25 .519 7 1/2 Utah 25 27 .481 9 1/2 Sacramento 20 30 .400 13 1/2 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 37 11 .771 -Portland 29 24 .547 10 1/2 Phoenix 20 28 .417 17 L.A. Clippers 18 32 .360 20 Seattle 17 33 .340 21 Golden State 15 37 .288 24 v cav