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DAILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 30


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


Thursday, February 13, 1986


Shuttle investigators slated to visit Cape Canavral


PI) -- The presidential
nel investigating. the
Challenger explosion plans to
visit Cape Canavral today, to study documents which show problems with shuttle booster
rockets.

The space agency documents
were revealed yesterday. One of the papers shows the company that built Challenger's, solid fuel rockets was concerned about problems with the booster rocket seals, so concerned
that its engineers presented 43 possible modifications to NASA last year. Other documents show that
in March 1983, NASA formally
W ved its requirement for Wl-safe seal operation and
pressed on with shuttle


launches, knowing a single seal failure could be catastrophic under certain conditions.
Film of Challenger's fatal launch January 28 shows a jet
of flame spewing from the lower side of the shuttle's right side booster rocket.
The flame apparently sparked the explosion of the ship's external fuel tank, blowing Challenger to pieces and killing its seven crew members.

The "abnormal plume" appears to have spurted from the booster at or near a joint between the lower two of four fuel segments that
are bolted together to form the rocket.
Neither booster has been


The Iguana Is Back -- A Seabee fund raiser is being held Saturday, February 15, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m., at the Navy Exchange parking lot. Have a photo of your children and you taken with this giant monster of the


recovered, although the right-hand rocket or at least major parts of it may be in water 1,100 feet deep about 40 miles off shore. A special NASA safety panel says more tests are nee . on
a new lightweight solid uel booster the Air Force wants for its military shuttle
flights.
The independent aerospace safety panel delivered its annual report to NASA yesterday.
The panel also said it has some concerns about the Vandenberg Air Force Base launch pad the military wants to use. The Vandenberg pad does not flex under launch loads the way the mobile launch platform at the Kennedy Space Center does.


past, or for the guys, dunk your favorite bikini clad SeaBee queen candidate. Sodas and Lumpia will be available to help quench. that thirst and appetite. (Photo by PHI Glenn Davis)


Haiti's new leaders dubbed "Duvalier's team'


(UPI) -- A Protestant minister in Haiti charges the country's new government is a "team of Duvalier's." Opposition leader Sylvio Claude says Haiti's present , dership might have been ,4Wolved in human rights abuses under the regime of former president-for-life Jean-Claude Duvalier. Claude says the majority of


the Haitian cabinet members
are, "Duvalier's or former Duvalier ministers."
As for Duvalier, his future looks cloudy. "Baby Doc" cannot find a country that will offer him political asylum. Duvalier is still in France where officials say he must leave the country by week's end.
Liberia is now among


several other countries that
is refusing to grant asylum to the 34-year-old exile.
Thousands of Haitians attended a mass demonstration in Port-Au-Prince yesterday to mark the end of the Duvalier era. Sporadic gunfire was heard throughout the streets of the capital.


U.S. planes encounter more than 18 Libyan jets


(UPI) -- The United States military presence near Libya is getting more interesting.
Yesterday's first day of resumed aircraft carrier flight operations saw Navy fighters encountering more than 18 Soviet-built Libyan jets. There were no altercations.
American officials are now saying the U.S. will keep the


pressure on Moasmar Khadafy's country. The United States will conduct its flight maneuvers in the Mediterranean on and off through the end of March. The
operations were supposed to run until tomorrow night. The aircraft carriers USS Saratoga and USS Coral Sea are among 20 U.S. ships partolling the waters off


Libya. According to American officials, look for a third
carrier, the USS America, to leave Norfolk, Virginia, and join the Saratoga and Coral Sea by mid-March. Four Soviet warships were cruising near the Gulf of Sidra Sunday and were suspect
of keeping Libya informed about the U.S. operations.


Around the globe



Japan Renews Agreement (UPI) -- U.S. automakers are applauding Japan's announcement to renew for another year a voluntary agreement limiting annual auto exports to the United States to 2.3 million units. A Chrysler spokesman says the agreement is to the mutual benefit of both the United States and Japan.

Cheese Contaminated (UPI) -- The federal government is warning consumers not to eat Brie soft cheese with the brand names Joan of Arc and Esprit Mouveau. The Food and Drug Administration says those brands are contaminated with bacteria and are dangerous. The FDA warns that healthy adults would experience flu-like symptoms from eating the cheese. I

Wreckage Of Helicopter Found (UPI) -- Searchers found the wreckage of a helicopter and three bodies yesterday on Mount St. Helen in Washington. The pilot, mechanic and photographer were on assignment for National Geographic Magazine. The discovery ends a two-day aerial hunt authorities launched after the helicopter vanished Monday night.

Rescue Workers Save Two Men (UPI) -- Rescue workers in Ontario, California, saved two men who were trapped for four hours in an airplane dangling from high-voltage electric powerlines 90-feet off the ground. The men survived their crash yesterday into the 220,000 volt power lines apparently unscathed.

Sailor Faces Military Jury Today (API) -- Petty Officer Mitchel Garraway did not take the stand in the court-martial that found him guilty of killing a senior officer at sea. Garraway is expected to face the military jury today, as the court decides whether he will be the first sailor put -t- death since 1849. A defense lawyer says the Navy is withholding up to four letters from the family of the dead man opposing the death penalty for Garraway.

Eastern Employees Charged With Smuggling (UPI)
-- These are difficult times for Eastern Airlines. Drug enforcement officials say, on CBS and NBC, they expect a federal grand jury to hand down indictment charging as many as 50 Eastern Employees with smuggling cocaine. The airline is negotiating with its pilots in an effort to avert a strike. A published report, in the Miami Herald, says Eastern has also hired bankruptcy specialists.


News of the bay


Report Of Captain's Mast -- On Tuesday, February 11, Captain Mast's was held at U.S.N. Air Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one E-3 found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 108, destruction of government property and Article 134, drunk and disorderly, and was awarded reduction to E-2, forfeiture of $100 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra-duty.
Fishing Boat Is On The Way Here -- The new Recreation Services fishing boat is now on its way and is due to arrive here Friday, February 14.
The folks from Rec Services would like everyone who owns a boat to come out and greet the new boat Friday at 1 p.m.
Lance Don is coordinating this event.
The plan is that Rec Services boats will provide lead and side escorts and the Port Services tug will take up the rear.
For safety reasons, all private boats will stay 150 yards outside the formation.
Boaters should proceed into the bay staying on the port side of "Hotel" bouy, make a turn around "Hotel" bouy, then head toward the industrial area of the base. All boaters will follow the rules of the road and display, proper seamanship at all times.
For more information, please call Lance Don at 2991.
Keeping track of the boat -- today...
2 p.m................North East of Cabo Lucrecia,
,Noon. .............. South West of Pta Guarico
10 p.m. *...... Vicinity of Bahia de Bainquiri (East of Guantanamo Bay
tomorrow...
Noon. .............. vicinity of Guantanamo Bay
* Weather permitting, Golden Anchor will make radio contact at this point and await further instructions.













The











Nursery School -- The Nursery School is holding a
monthly board meeting tonight, 7 p.m. Parents are
urged to attend.

Thank You -- The SeaBee queen candidates would like
to thank all the wives and customers who helped support
our car wash/bake sale. We would especially like to
thank our friends who helped wash those cars.

At The Hook -- Tomorrow, 7 p.m., at the Hook there
will be Bible Study, "Book of Romans." Saturday,
February 15, 7 p.m., the Bible Study will include
"Discipleship."

Fil-Am Club Valentine's Dinner/Dance -- The
Fil-Am Club is hosting a members only Valentine's
Dinner/Dance (Potluck) tomorrow, February 14, 7 p.m., at the Fil-Am grounds. For more informaton, call Ivy
Dualan, 2908 AWH, or 2601 DWH.

windjaner Valentine's Day -- The Windjammer
proudly presents the "George Rackl Trio" in the
Steakhouse tomorrow, February 14, 6 - 10 p.m. Bring
your spouse or date for dinner and a very romantic
evening. This is for members and guests only.

Blue Caribe Special -- The special at the Blue
Caribe tomorrow is "Broiled Lobster Tails," choice of
potato, salad bar, rolls and butter, $12.25.

FRI Valentine's Party -- The FRA will host a
Valentine's Party Saturday, February 15, 9 p.m. - 1
a.m., at the Morin Center. "Pony Express" is the
featured band.

Officers Hail And Farewell -- The Officers Hail and Farewell will be Saturday, February 15, 6:30 p.m.
Groups wishing to reserve a table should call Kathi,
2132.

Home Care Contractors -- There will be a general
meeting for all current and prospective home care
contractor applicants Tuesday, February 18, 5 - 6 p.m., in 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 care center
or individuals interested in doing so.

Marine Corps Exchange -- The MCX will be featuring
their custom made-to-order flower arranger, Mrs.
Carolyn Branch Valentines Day, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. All you
last minute shoppers, stop by and purchase a sweet for
your sweetie!

Marine Corps Exchange -- With the upcoming Seaball
Ball, the MCX will be glad to take your coursage or boutonniere orders. See one of the Customer Service
ladies in the main store. Place your orders early, for
the best color selection.

Marine Corps Exchange -- There is a Valentine's Day Jewelry Sale at the MCX through Sunday, February
16. There is new and different jewelry for all our
loyal patrons. Shop early for the best selection.

Navy Exchange -- A famous brand name soda company is sponsoring the following raffles at the NEX: Tote Bags
Drawing - tomorrow, Soccer Balls Drawing - Black
History Month - February 28. It does not cost a thing
so, stop by, you might be a lucky winner!

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has enlisted mens no-shine
silver belt buckles. Hurry and get yours while the
supplies last!

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that the
telephone number for Car Rental is 2822.





-----------------DAILY GAZElE ----------
U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Cordon, USN..............Carmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Cidr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceyByington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil tUillebeau, USN. .................... Mnagiq Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................Assiant editor
Mrs. Diane Armerman ...................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Ann Waggener ................................ Reservist Suoort
The Daily Gazette is published accordinq to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on governent equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departaent or Commanter, U.S. Naval Base.


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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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

Navy Exchange -- The NEX
Presidents' Day sale is going
on this week through Monday, February 17. So, remember to check out the NEX Retail Store, Sound Scene, Mini-Mart, and also Leeward Point Retail Store.

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.

Navy Exchange -- Remember Valentine's Day is Saturday, 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.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX President's Days sale is February 12 - 17. So, remember to check out the Retail store, Sound Scene,
Mini-Mart, and also Leeward Point Retail store.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX Retail store will be having a
jewelry sale through Sunday, 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 Optical Shop -- The NEX announces that the Optical Shop will be
open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Hours of operation will be 10 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.


The Windward Library hours of operation are:
Monday - Wednesday
9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Thursday - Friday
9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Saturday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The Leeward Point Library hours of operation are:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday
3 - 7:30 p.m.
Saturday
noon - 5 p.m.
In celebration of "Black History Month" the Library has the following books:
"Black Genealogy," by Charles Blockson with Ron Fry, (non-fiction). This book
is how to discover your own family's roots and trace your
ancestors back through an eventful past.
"Black Profiles," by George Metcalf, (non-fiction) . This volume is the record of 13

"LTD" singer

during Black F
Le'Roy Simmons, lead singer of A and M Records recording stars "LTD," who has recntly completed his first solo album set for release early spring; has been scheduled, courtesty of USNB Black History Committee and Nina Marie Productions, to provide an unforgettable evening of entertainment for the entire Guantanamo Bay conmunity, at this year's Black History Dinner Dance.
The Black History Dinner Dance will be held at the Windjammer Club, Friday, February 22, cocktails 5 - 6 p.m., with a cash bar. Dinner will be at 6 - 8 p.m., and the dance will be at 8.
Le'Roy Simmons replaced Jeffrey Osborne, who also left "LTD" for a successful solo career. He traveled with
"LTD's" Love Magic Tour and


1986
Black History
Fashion and Variety
Show

Guantanamo Bay,
Cuba
February 15
7 p.m.

Windja er Club

$1.00 -- Dance Following the Show

Child Care Center Reservation by Today


;ehind the

ted Door


black men and women who
strove to achieve.
"Martin Luther King Jr...To
The Mountaintop," by William Roger Witherspoon, (non-fiction) . With his birthday being observed as a national holiday, Martin Luther King Jr., has bei last, officially recogn as a member of the American
pantheon.
"Art Rust's Issustrated
History Of The Black Athlete," by Edna and Art Rust Jr., (non-fiction),
story as titled.
"Encyclopedia Of Black
America," edited by W. A. Low and Virgil Clift, (non-fiction). A reliable and readable reference that represents in large measure the totality of past and present life and culture of
Afro-Americans.



to perform


History dance
recieved a platium record for
writing "Get Out and Party," for the 0'Jays' recent album "Identify Yourself." Simmons has been cast in two major motion pictures, "All The Marbles," staring Peter Falk, and "Penitentiary II," staring Leon Issac. he has also appeared in numerous episodes of the Lou Grant TV series.
Do not miss what is slated to be one of Guantana, most memorable evenings.W $15 you are guaranteed an elegant and enchanting evening of black cuisine at
its finest, dancing and entertainment superb! Reserve your tickets for this year's Black History Dinner Dance today!
For more information, contact Ann Brooks, 2484.


kado
*


Thursday, February 13, 1986


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 6

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


Daily Ga'zette















Job Market


Marine Corps Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available. AWpplications will be accepted until 11:30 a-m. February 14.

a. Merchandise Marker, ZVLWG914-4, full time position, one required.
b. Barber, NA/LWG-6703-7, full time position, one required.

For further information and a copy of the
position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570.


Civilian Personnel

Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business Feb. 18. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

63-86 Transportation Clerk (Typing)
GS/LWS-2102-04, TEMP. Not
to exceed one year
NAF-25-86-B Laborer,
LWG-3502-02

NAF-92-85-D Laundry Worker,
NA/LWG-7304-02
52-86-A Accounting Technician,
GS/LGS-525-O5
64-86 Shipgent Clerk (Typing),
GS-2134-03/04/05


LOCATION NAS


Recreation Services Leeward CCMO Club

NAS

supply


Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business on Feb. 20.


ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE NAF-65-86 Cashier, AS-530-O5


LOCATION COMO Club


Navy Exchange

The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508.


#131-85
Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or LtW-l/$2.30 #154-85
Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86
Sales Clerk P/T ,PS-I/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99
LGS-2/$2.75 leading to EGS-3/$3.42 #2-86
Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. bA-3/$4.42
#4-86
Invoice Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LCS-4/$4.08 #6-86
Motor Vehicle Operator (Courier) F/T NA-4/$4.77 or LGS-2/$2.75 #9-86
Cashier-Checker PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75 #11-86
Warehouse Clerk P/T AS-3/$4.37 or LCS-2/$2.75 #12-86
Sales Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LG-4/$4.08


Open Stop
Light
Inn
Open Retail
Store

Open Retail
Store


open Pizza
Pub

Cpen Accounting


Open Accounting


Cpen Automotive
Service Center


Opn Open


Warehouse Accounting


(NEX con't)

#13-86 Open Vending Vending Cperations Clerk (Typing) F/T AS-3/$4.37 or LGS-3/$2.75
#14-86 Cpen Personalized Personalized Services Clerk INT. Services PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 #15-86 Cpen Laundry/Dry Laundry Machine operator Cleaning NA-3/$4.42 or IEW-3/$2.96


Open Register

The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office.


Position and Grade Ann.
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 01-86 (Penanent/Taoporary/FT/Pr
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, 02-86 (Penanent/Tmporary/FT/PT
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-O4 03-86 (Permanent and Temporary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 04-86 Leading to GS-05, or GS/tAS-318-05 (Permanent and Tnporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS- 05-86 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LC=-203-05
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS- 06-86 525-04 (ermanent and Taporary)
*Accounting Teachnician, GS/LGS-525- 07-86 04 leading to GS-O5, or GS/LGS-52505 (Permanent and Temnorary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-2091- 08-86 02 leading to GS/115-03, or GS/IAS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 GS/LGS-303-04
Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT 10-86 Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or CS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Tenporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LfGS- 11-86 382-02/03 (Tenp. Not to exceed one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 12-86 (Part Time) (Terp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but
ircincents may be noncompetitively extended.)
Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-8 Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, Fr/PT)
Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 NAF-14-8 (INT, FT/PT)
Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-15-8 Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (INT, FT/PT)
Custodial Worker, NA/LW-3566-01 NAF-16and NA/LWS-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT)
Food Service Worker, M/LLWG-7408- NAF-17-8 02 (INT, FT/PT)
Waiter/Waitress, WLW -7420-02 NAF-18-1 (INT, FT/PT)
Bartender, U/WC,-7405-03 NAF-19-1 (INT, FT/PT)
Cook, M/LW-7404-05 A-20-8 (INT, FT/PT)
Chidlcare Giver/Recreation Aid, NAF-21-8 PS/LGS-0189-03, (IN,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-8 PS/WX5-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT Club Operations Assistant, NAF-23-8 PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INT, T/PT)


No. Location
All Caunands All Cczmands All Conmands All Camnands






i All Coaands All Comxsrxis


C missary


PWD

Supply






WIS Schools


86 Clubs


86 86


Recreation Services Recreation Services


86 All Conmands 86 Clubs 86 Clubs 86 Clubs



86 Recreation
Services 86 Recreation
Services 86 Clubs


*Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration.


a
LDO and CWO in-service procurement programs


(Washington) -- The LDO and CWO categories are separate programs that serve the Navy's requirements for officer
technical managers and officer technical specialists.
Both programs provide the opportunity for outstanding senior
enlisted men and women to reach commissioned officer


status without a college degree.
NAVOP 108/85 announced the following changes to the LDO/CWO programs:
1. A transition board will be held in August 1986 to pick selectees for conissioning in FY 87 and FY 88. Thereafter, the In-Service Procurement Board will meet in January each year. There will be


no LDO/CWO selection board in calendar year 1987.
2. Those personnel eligible to apply for both LDO and CWO may apply for
both programs in the same application year, but may request only one designator for each program.
Additional specific information is available in NAVOP 108/85,


COM14AVMILPERSCOMINST 1131.1 and the January/March 1986 issue of Link magazine-


SThel

Saler


TWOWHRELERS
'84 Honda Aero 80, excellent condition, $775. Price includes a cycle in perfect condition, rear basket, helmet, and cover. Call 4515 DWH or 4421 AT.

'85 Honda 150cc Elite deluxe scooter, $1325. Call Joe at 4164 DWH.
AUTOS
'77 Dodge Aspen station wagon, good condition. Call Donna at 3334 AT.
BOATS
Potoon boat, 12x22, cabin, sundeck, toilet, sink, running water, 35hp Johnson motor, boat and motor less than three years old, includes fishing gear, life vests and many accessories, $4500 neg. Call 4650 AWH.
AUTO PARTS
Windshield for '73-'75 Chevy or GiC pickup. New, still in crate. Call 4824 DWH.
LOST
One set of keys with about 10 to 12 keys on large silver steel ring with small gold square piece on ring. Initials "W.E." on gold square. If found, please call 4106/6376 for identification.
BABY ITEMS
Child carrier for bike. Molded leg wells, high back, and footrests with spoke guards, $15. Call 2539 AT.
PETS
Free kittens. Little baby kittens will be ready to be taken in about three weeks. Take your pick of five. Call Dave at 3512 AWH.
TOY
Child's Hedstrom big wheel, metal frame, rubber wheels, adjustable seat, $25. Call 3396 AT.
FURNITURE
Dining room table,, wood, oval, seats four comfortably, $40. Call 3396 AT.

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 authonticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain, asking $750. Also an Art Deco style triple mirrored dresser, asking $250; art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550. Call 4514 DWH or 3219 AWH.
WANTED
Used dog carriers; one large, one medium. Need by March 1. Call Jan at 3258 AT.

Reliable babysitter for evenings and weekends. Junior/senior high school student. Must be available Friday evenings from 5 to 9 p.m. on a regular basis. One sixteen-month-old. Prefer Kittery Beach/Tierra K area. Call 3140 AWH.

Seeking dependent wife or junior/senior high school student to babysit in my home during summer months. Hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two children, one 18 months old, one newborn. Red Cross training desirable. Experience required. Prefer Ti rrd K/Kittery Beach area. Pays $240 a month. Call 3140 /Jli. Serious inquiries only.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Three Fedder's 11,500 BTUs, $200 each or best offer. Available now. Packing out Feb. 28. Call 3258 AT or see at Caravella Point 2A.


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Mavericks beat Denver 117-110


(AP) -- The Dallas Mavericks are climbing in the NBA's Midwest Division. They won
for the eighth time in nine games last night, beating Denver 117-110. Midway through the fourth quarter Dallas scored nine straight points to turn a four-point
deficit into a five-point lead and a victory. Jay Vincent led the Mavs with 20 points, and Mark Aguirre
added 18.
Twenty points from Terry Cummings helped Milwaukee beat Indiana 103-97. The Bucks trailed by 18 points in third quarter before rallying for the victory. Herb Williams scored 25 for the Pacers.
Detroit used a 24-to-8 run during the second period to pull away from New York, and



Mickey Mahler

tries his luck

with Rangers

(UPI) -- The winningest
non-native pitcher in the history of the Dominican Winter League is Mickey Mahler.
Over the years, Mahler has compiled a 41-10 record in the DL. But in the big leagues, the story
is quite different for the 33-year-old righthander. He is just 14-30.
Last year, Mahler
pitched for Montreal and Detroit. This season, he will try his luck with the Texas Rangers, adding to his stops in Atlanta, Pittsburgh and California.

Perhaps Mahler should
have been an agent. Travel agent, that is.


the Pistons rolled over the
Knicks 113-99. Bill Liambeer had 21 points and Kelly Tripucka netted for the winners.
Mike McGee tossed in 34 points to lead the Los Angeles Lakers past the Phoenix Suns 126-100.
Point guard Maurice Cheeks was the spark that fired
Philadelphia past Chicago 106-98. Cheeks had 22 points, nine assists and four steals.
Moses Malone also scored 22 points for the 76ers. George Gervin had 30 for the Bulls.
Before that game, the Sixers activated guard Andrew
Toney. Stress fractures in


his feet had kept Toney sidelined since November. The Bulls say guard Michael Jordon has decided to sit out at least the next four weeks.
Jordan has been sidelined by a broken foot for three and a-half months, and he had been hoping to rejoin the team this weekend.

Guard Micheal Ray
Richardson is back with the New Jersey Mets. His. NBA career was on the line in a drug test this week. The test was negative. Richardson, who has had problems with cocaine in the past, had missed practice Monday.


Mlimpse


Former Tennessee Players Received Honey (UPI) -- A
copyright story in the Knoxville Journal reports that 15 former Tennessee football and basketball player received gifts or money from boosters or knew of teammates who had. Further reports indicate that many players made extra money be selling complimentary game tickets for up to $200 apiece. Athletic director Doug Dickey has pledged to investigate all allegations of rule-breaking.

Professor Awarded $2.5 Million (UPI) -- A professor who was fired by the University of Georgia was awarded more than $2.5 million in damages by a federal jury. The jury ruled that university officials violated Dr. Jan Kemp's
freedom of speech in firing her after she complained about the special treatment given to university athletes.

Hays Rejoining San Francisco Giants (UPI) -- "Hall of Fame" outfielder Willie Mays is rejoining the San Francisco Giants as a full time special assistant to general manager Al Rosen. Mays played for the Giants in New York and San Francisco for 20 years before being traded to the New York
Mets in 1972. In 1979, then-commissioner Bowie Kuhn ordered Mays to sever all connections with baseball because Mays held a job with an Atlantic City Casino. The ban has since
been lifted by current commissioner Peter Ueberroth.

Pitcher Retiring After Thirteen Seasons (UPI) -California Angels pitcher Geoff Zahn is retirinq after 13 seasons in the Majors. The 39-year-old lefthander posted a career-record of 111-109 playing for the Cubs, Dodger, Twins and Angels.


Flyers shut out Buffalo 4-0


(AP/UPI) -- Philadelphia
goaltender Bob Froese posted his fourth shutout of the NHL season last night. Froese
stopped 28 shots, and the Flyers blanked Buffalo 4-0,
snapping the Sabres' five-game winning streak.
The Pittsburgh Penguins do not beat the Washington Capitals often. In fact, the Penguins' dry spell against
Washington extended back to October 14, 1983. Pittsburgh ended the drought in grand fashion last night by routing the Caps 8-1. Mario Lemieux scored one goal and dished
out two assists for the home club, while Mike Bullard
added two goals and one assist. Lemieux, the NHL's second-leading scorer, now has 97 points this season.


Tar Heels set

(AP) -- Top-ranked North Carolina ran its college
basketball record to 25-1 last night. The Tar Heels beat Clemson 79-64 as Brad Daugherty scored 23 points.
UNC led by three at halftime, then broke away while Daugherty scored 13 points in the first 10 minutes of the


Two first-period goals by Mark Osburne started the New York Rangers on the way to a 5-2 victory over Vancouver. The Rangers outshot the Canucks 50-32.
The Quebec Nordiquessc three times in the to
period to sweep past the Los Angeles Kings 5-2.
Calgary's Carey Wilson scored twice in the Flames' 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets.
The NHL is going to experiment with TV cameras and instant replay on disputed goals. The experiment will take place during minor league games in Indianapolis tonight and tomorrow. There will be a camera above each goal, and a
third in the media area.


25-1 record

second half. Kenny Smith added all 16 of his points during the second half.

Syracuse guard Dwayne Washington scored a careerhigh 33 points and added seven assists as the twelfthranked Orangemen slipped past Villanova 77-72.


Nicklaus to appear in Hawaiian Open


The Sportsman


(UPI) -- Seven of last year's top-lO money winners will be on hand today for the beginning of the $500,000 Hawaiian Open, but most of the attention will be focused on Jack Nicklaus. Nicklaus is
making his first appearance at the Open since 1977, when he missed the cut. The field also includes this year's tournament winners, namely
Bob Tway, Fuzzy Zoeller, Tim


Norris and Clavin Peete.
Some of golf's biggest names from the past halfcentury tee off in the 47th PGA Seniors Championship
today in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The familiar names include Gary Player, Julius Boros, Billy Casper, Don January, Miller Barber, Gene Littler, and the legendary Arnold Palmer.


Area Athletics


ZAI~ -~


Scuba Class -- A PADI Open Water Scuba class will be offered starting February 24. Cost is $115. For more information call Bill Diesselhorst, 4353 AT.

Diving -- The following are the last scuba courses to be offered by the master.
February 27 Advanced Open Water, $165
March 5 Open Water Diver, $115
March 14 Boat Diving Specialty, $125
March 26 Advanced Open Water, $65
For further information contact Keith Mattson, master instructor, at 3550 AWH/ 4947 DWH.

GBYAA Baseball -- In view of a number of requests, the GBYAA is extending registeration for youth baseball
through Sunday February 16. Hours of registration are from noon through 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at Brandon Field
adjacent to Deer Park. Ages are 5 - 16 for baseball and 9 16 for girls only fast-pitch softball. Last chance as we have to order equipment now. For more information call Jim O'Neal at 4679 DWH/ 2392 AWH.

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 McGinty, 2118


Apparently they have not told John Mugabi he is training for a fight next month with mighty Marvin Hagler. Mugabi is acting as though he is warming up for a
shootout at the O.K. Corral, the place where the Earp Brothers and Doc Holliday ironed out some bad guys.
Mugabi is a native of
Uganda in Africa, but he has gone wild west. Every chance he gets, he puts on a cowboy outfit,. complete with 10gallon hat, boots, shirts and gun belt.
He likes to ride the trails in the mountains in Nogales, Arizona, and pretend he is
acting in a John Ford movie. He even fires off his guns, but in the air.
The town of Nogales, which thinks Mugabi is more fun than a Sunday barbecue, has appointed him an honorary deputy sheriff. He even has a badge.
The promoters of the March 10 Middleweight Title bout with Hagler are not too happy about this "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" act by Mugabi. Bob Arun, a product of the eastern part
of the country, says Mugabi could fall off his horse and break a leg. Arun points out that not even a tough cookie like Mugabi could fight Hagler on crutches.
Mugabi has been nicknamed
"The Beast," and he tends to be on the wild side. His


manager, Mickey Duff, told him to stop his equestrian capers, but he refused.
He is training hard, however. If you do not train hard for a fight with Hagler, you may as well book an early shower.
Mugabi runs seven miles a day, frequently uphill in the
mountains of Nogales. He is wearing out his sparring
partners.
Despite his unbeaten
record, 26 victories in as many fights, Mugabi will be an underdog to Hagler. The
entire A-team, including Mr. T, would be an underdog to Marvin, even with all of them swinging at the same time.
Mugabi refused to be psyched by Hagler's reputation, or even Hagler's performances in the ring. He has not looked at a single piece of film from any of Hagler's bouts.
Mugabi has more than his share of confidence. He says he will enter the ring in great shape, and he expects to lift Hagler's Middleweight Championship.
That is positive thinking, but it will also need
positive fighting, several tons of it, because Hagler will be ready, also.
One of the big, although frequently silent, controversies in sports is artificial turf. The pro football player hate it. They


insist it adds to the disable list, every week of ea' season. The college plI have not been as vocal.
Now comes the voice of experience, George Toma, rated just about the best groundskeeper in the sports
world.
Toma tends the turf in Kansas City. He is so good
that the NFL flew him to New Orleans for the Super Bowl, to keep an eye on things, and then to Honolulu for the Pro Bowl.
He says he is not against artificial turf. To back that
up, all he has to do is to point to 13 years with the
same green rug in Kansas City.
Toma says the bigg.t single problem w artificial turf is that o it is improperly installed.
He also claims that the situation frequently is bad at colleges, where the turf
is not put down properly and the athletic departments keep it quiet for political reasons, meaning they do not
want to anger the alumni.
Artificial turf gets mixed review from baseball players,
some like it, some do not. While an occasional injury is blamed on the rug, it is
nowhere near as frequent as in pro football, where cleats get caught and knees buckle.


4 Daiy GaetteThursday, February 13, 1986


Wilander scores 6-1, 6-3 victory

(UPI) -- Second-seed Mats Ramesh Krishnan as Swedi Wilander highlighted a big players won six matches. day for Sweeden at the In other key matches,
Lipton Invitational third-seed Jimmy Connors Players Tennis Champion- eliminated Steve Dalton, ships in Boca Raton, Fla. 6-2, 6-4, and fourth-seed Wilander scored an easy Boris Becker defeated Paul 6-1, 6-3 victory over Slozil, 6-4, 6-4.


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DAILY GAZETTE G uantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 30 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, February 13, 1986 Shuttle investigators slated to visit Cape Canavral S PI) -The presidential nel investigating the Challenger explosion plans to visit Cape Canavral today, to study documents which show problems with shuttle booster rockets. The space agency documents were revealed yesterday. One of the papers shows the company that built Challenger's solid fuel rockets was concerned about problems with the booster rocket seals, so concerned that its engineers presented 43 possible modifications to NASA last year. Other documents show that in March 1983, NASA formally ived its requirement for 1-safe seal operation and pressed on with shuttle launches, knowing a single seal failure could be catastrophic under certain conditions. Film of Challenger's fatal launch January 28 shows a jet of flame spewing from the lower side of the shuttle's right side booster rocket. The flame apparently sparked the explosion of the ship's external fuel tank, blowing Challenger to pieces and killing its seven crew members. The "abnormal plume" appears to have spurted from the booster at or near a joint between the lower two of four fuel segments that are bolted together to form the rocket. Neither booster has been The Iguana Is Back -A Seabee fund raiser is being held Saturday, February 15, 11 a.m. -4 p.m., at the Navy Exchange parking lot. Have a photo of your children and you taken with this giant monster of the recovered, although the right-hand rocket or at least major parts of it may be in water 1,100 feet deep about 40 miles off shore. A special NASA safety panel says more tests are nee i on a new lightweight solid fuel booster the Air Force wants for its military shuttle flights. The independent aerospace safety panel delivered its annual report to NASA yesterday. The panel also said it has some concerns about the Vandenberg Air Force Base launch pad the military wants to use. The Vandenberg pad does not flex under launch loads the way the mobile launch platform at the Kennedy Space Center does. past, or for the guys, dunk your favorite bikini clad SeaBee queen candidate. Sodas and Lumpia will be available to help quench that thirst and appetite. (Photo by PH1 Glenn Davis) Haiti's new leaders dubbed "Duvalier's team' (UPI) -A Protestant minister in Haiti charges the country's new government is a "team of Duvalier's." Opposition leader Sylvio Claude says Haiti's present Aadership might have been ;olved in human rights a uses under the regime of former president-for-life Jean-Claude Duvalier. Claude says the majority of the Haitian cabinet members are, "Duvalier's or former Duvalier ministers." As for Duvalier, his future looks cloudy. "Baby Doc" cannot find a country that will offer him political asylum. Duvalier is still in France where officials say he must leave the country by week's end. Liberia is now among several other countries that is refusing to grant asylum to the 34-year-old exile. Thousands of Haitians attended a mass demonstration in Port-Au-Prince yesterday to mark the end of the Duvalier era. Sporadic gunfire was heard throughout the streets of the capital. U.S. planes encounter more than 18 Libyan jets (UPI) -The United States military presence near Libya is getting more interesting. Yesterday's first day of resumed aircraft carrier flight operations saw Navy fighters encountering more than 18 Soviet-built Libyan jets. There were no altercations. American officials are now saying the U.S. will keep the pressure on Moammar Khadafy's country. The United States will conduct its flight maneuvers in the Mediterranean on and off through the end of March. The operations were supposed to run until tomorrow night. The aircraft carriers USS Saratoga and USS Coral Sea are among 20 U.S. ships partolling the waters off Libya. According to American officials, look for a third carrier, the USS America, to leave Norfolk, Virginia, and join the Saratoga and Coral Sea by mid-March. Four Soviet warships were cruising near the Gulf of Sidra Sunday and were suspect of keeping Libya informed about the U.S. operations. Around the globe Japan Renews Agreement (UPI) -U.S. automakers are applauding Japan's announcement to renew for another year a voluntary agreement limiting annual auto exports to the United States to 2.3 million units. A Chrysler spokesman says the agreement is to the mutual benefit of both the United States and Japan. Cheese Contaminated (UPI) -The federal government is warning consumers not to eat Brie soft cheese with the brand names Joan of Arc and Esprit Mouveau. The Food and Drug Administration says those brands are contaminated with bacteria and are dangerous. The FDA warns that healthy adults would experience flu-like symptoms from eating the cheese. Wreckage Of Helicopter Found (UPI) -Searchers found the wreckage of a helicopter and three bodies yesterday on Mount St. Helen in Washington. The pilot, mechanic and photographer were on assignment for National Geographic Magazine. The discovery ends a two-day aerial hunt authorities launched after the helicopter vanished Monday night. Rescue Workers Save Two Men (UPI) -Rescue workers in Ontario, California, saved two men who were trapped for four hours in an airplane dangling from high-voltage electric powerlines 90-feet off the ground. The men survived their crash yesterday into the 220,000 volt power lines apparently unscathed. Sailor Faces Military Jury Today (API) -Petty Officer Mitchel Garraway did not take the stand in the court-martial that found him guilty of killing a senior officer at sea. Garraway is expected to face the military jury today, as the court decides whether he will be the first sailor put to death since 1849. A defense lawyer says the Navy is withholding up to four letters from the family of the dead man opposing the death penalty for Garraway. Eastern Employees Charged With Smuggling (UPI) -These are difficult times for Eastern Airlines. Drug enforcement officials say, on CBS and NBC, they expect a federal grand jury to hand down indictment charging as many as 50 Eastern employees with smuggling cocaine. The airline is negotiating with its pilots in an effort to avert a strike. A published report, in the Miami Herald, says Eastern has also hired bankruptcy specialists. w E News of the bay Report Of Captain' s Mast -On Tuesday, February 11, Captain Mast's was held at U.S.N. Air Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one E-3 found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 108, destruction of government property and Article 134, drunk and disorderly, and was awarded reduction to E-2, forfeiture of $100 pay per month for two months and 45 days extra-duty. Fishing Boat Is On The Way Here -The new Recreation Services fishing boat is now on its way and is due to arrive here Friday, February 14. The folks from Rec Services would like everyone who owns a boat to come out and greet the new boat Friday at 1 p.m. Lance Don is coordinating this event. The plan is that Rec Services boats will provide lead and side escorts and the Port Services tug will take up the rear. For safety reasons, all private boats will stay 150 yards outside the formation. Boaters should proceed into the bay staying on the port side of "Hotel" bouy, make a turn around "Hotel" bouy, then head toward the industrial area of the base. All boaters will follow the rules of the road and display, proper seamanship at all times. For more information, please call Lance Don at 2991. Keeping track of the boat -today. 2 p.m. North East of Cabo Lucrecia, Noon. .South West of Pta Guarico 10 p.m. *.Vicinity of Bahia de Bainquiri (East of Guantanamo Bay tomorrow. Noon. .Vicinity of Guantanamo Bay Weather permitting, Golden Anchor will make radio contact at this point and await further instructions.

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The Nursery School -The Nursery School is holding a monthly hoard meeting tonight, 7 p.m. Parents are urged to attend. Thank You -The SeaBee queen candidates would like to thank all the wives and customers who helped support our car wash/bake sale. We would especially like to thank our friends who helped wash those cars. At The Hook -Tomorrow, 7 p.m., at the Hook there will be Bible Study, "Book of Romans." Saturday, February 15, 7 p.m., the Bible Study will include "Discipleship." Fil-Am Club Valentine's Dinner/Dance -The Fil-Am Club is hosting a members only Valentine's Dinner/Dance (Potluck) tomorrow, February 14, 7 p.m., at the Fit-Am grounds. For more informaton, call Ivy Dualan, 2908 AWH, or 2601 DWH. Windjammer Valentine's Day -The Windjammer proudly presents the "George Rackl Trio" in the Steakhouse tomorrow, February 14, 6 -10 p.m. Bring your spouse or date for dinner and a very romantic evening. This is for members and guests only. Blue Caribe Special -The special at the Blue Caribe tomorrow is "Broiled Lobster Tails," choice of potato, salad bar, rolls and butter, $12.25. FRA Valentine's Party -The FPA will host a Valentine's Party Saturday, February 15, 9 p.m. -1 a.m., at the Morin Center. "Pony Express" is the featured band. Officers Hail And Farewell -The Officers Hail and Farewell will be Saturday, February 15, 6:30 p.m. Groups wishing to reserve a table should call Kathi, 2132. Home Care Contractors -There will be a general meeting for all current and prospective home care contractor applicants Tuesday, February 18, 5 -6 p.m., in 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 care center or individuals interested in doing so. Marine Corps Exchange -The MCX will be featuring their custom made-to-order flower arranger, Mrs. Carolyn Branch Valentines Day, 11 a.m. -2 p.m. All you last minute shoppers, stop by and purchase a sweet for your sweetie! Marine Corps Exchange -With the upcoming Seaball Ball, the MCX will be glad to take your coursage or boutonniere orders. See one of the Customer Service ladies in the main store. Place your orders early, for the best color selection. Marine Corps Exchange -There is a Valentine's Day Jewelry Sale at the MCX through Sunday, February 16. There is new and different jewelry for all our loyal patrons. Shop early for the best selection. Navy Exchange -A famous brand name soda company is sponsoring the following raffles at the NEX: Tote Bags Drawing -tomorrow, Soccer Balls Drawing -Black History Month -February 28. It does not cost a thing so, stop by, you might be a lucky winner! Navy Exchange -The NEX has enlisted mens no-shine silver belt buckles. Hurry and get yours while the supplies last! Navy Exchange -The NEX announces that the telephone number for Car Rental is 2822. -------------DAILY GAZETTE---------------U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Carmarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ondr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey iraton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nail Oilleeau, USN .Mana1 Editor J03 Teri Thonas, USN.Assis Editor Mrs. Diane Ammerman. .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Production Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Ann Waggener.aservist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, 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 Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base. 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. 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. 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. 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. Car Registration -Check your insurance and car registration before it expires. Driving an unsafe vehicle can cause undue hardship for your family and friends. Vehicle Registration Hours -The Vehicle Registration Office will be open for business during lunch hours. The office will be closed Tuesdays, noon 4:30 p.m. The office will be open Fridays. For more information, please contact the Vehicle Registration Office, 4572. Navy Exchange -The NEX Presidents' Day sale is going on this week through Monday, February 17. So, remember to check out the NEX Retail Store, Sound Scene, Mini-Mart, and also Leeward Point Retail Store. 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. Navy Exchange -Remember Valentine's Day is Saturday, 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. Navy Exchange -The NEX President's Days sale is February 12 -17. So, remember to check out the Retail store, Sound Scene, Mini-Mart, and also Leeward Point Retail store. Navy Exchange -The NEX Retail store will be having a jewelry sale through Sunday, 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 Optical Shop -The NEX announces that the Optical Shop will be open Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Hours of operation will be 10 a.m. -5:30 p.m. B R The Windward Library hours of operation are: Monday -Wednesday 9 a.m. -9 p.m. Thursday -Friday 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. -5 p.m. The Leeward Point Library hours of operation are: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 3 -7:30 p.m. Saturday noon -5 p.m. In celebration of "Black History Month" the Library has the following books: "Black Genealogy," by Charles Blockson with Ron Fry, (non-fiction). This book is how to discover your own family's roots and trace your ancestors back through an eventful past. "Black Profiles," by George Metcalf, (non-fiction) .This volume is the record of 13 "LTD" singer during Black ILe'Roy Simmons, lead singer of A and M Records recording stars "LTD," who has recently completed his first solo album set for release early spring; has been scheduled, courtesty of USNB Black History Committee and Nina Marie Productions, to provide an unforgettable evening of entertainment for the entire Guantanamo Bay community, at this year's Black History Dinner Dance. The Black History Dinner Dance will be held at the Windjammer Club, Friday, February 22, cocktails 5 -6 p.m., with a cash bar. Dinner will be at 6 -8 p.m., and the dance will be at B. Le'Roy Simmons replaced Jeffrey Osborne, who also left "LTD" for a successful solo career. He traveled with "LTD's" Love Magic Tour and 1986 Black History Fashion and Variety Show Guantanamo Bay, Cuba February 15 7 p.m. Windjammer Club $1.00 -Dance Following the Show Child Care Center Reservation by Today behind the ed Door black men and women who strove to achieve. "Martin Luther King Jr.To The Mountaintop," by William Roger Witherspoon, (non-fiction). With his birthday being observed as a national holiday, Martin Luther King Jr., has be last, officially recogn as a member of the American pantheon. "Art Rust's Issustrated History Of The Black Athlete," by Edna and Art Rust Jr., (non-fiction), story as titled. "Encyclopedia Of Black America," edited by W. A. Low and Virgil Clift, (non-fiction). A reliable and readable reference that represents in large measure the totality of past and present life and culture of Afro-Americans. to perform History dance recieved a platium record for writing "Get Out and Party," for the O'Jays' recent album "Identify Yourself." Simmons has been cast in two major motion pictures, "All The Marbles," staring Peter Falk, and "Penitentiary II," staring Leon Issac. he has also appeared in numerous episodes of the Lou Grant TV series. Do not miss what is slated to be one of Guantana most memorable evenings. $15 you are guaranteed an elegant and enchanting evening of black cuisine at its finest, dancing and entertainment superb! Reserve your tickets for this year's Black History Dinner Dance today! For more information, contact Ann Brooks, 2484. sure to PuLt alitl sp rk n our lif~ 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 13, 1986 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 FPO addresses.

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Marine Corps Exchange The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. February 14. a. Merchandise Marker, NA/t1G-6914-4, full time position, one required. b. Barber, NA/LWG-6703-7, full time position, one required. For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570. Civilian Personnel Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business Feb. 18. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. ND. POSITION AND TITLE 63-86 Transportation Clerk (Typing) GS/10S-2102-04, TEMP. Not to exceed one year NAF-25-86-B Laborer, LWG-3502-02 NAF-92-85-DI 52-86-A 64-86 Laundry Worker, NA/LWG-7304-02 Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525-05 Shipment Clerk (Typing), GS-2134-03/04/05 Applications must be submitted to Civilian Personnel Office by business on Feb. 20. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE NAF-65-86 Cashier, AS-530-05 LOCATION NAS Recreation Services Leeward CCMO Club NAS Supply the Naval Base the close of LOCATION CIS0 Club #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or Lm-1/$2.30 #154-85 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or L0S-4/$4.08 #1-86 Sales Clerk P/T .PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #2-86 Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #4-86 Invoice Adit Clerk F/1 AS-4/$4.68 or LGS-4/$4.08 #6-86 Motor Vehicle Operator (Courier) F/T NA-4/$4.77 or LGS-2/$2.75 #9-86 Cashier-Checker PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75 #11-86 Warehouse Clerk P/T AS-3/$4.37 or t0S-2/$2.75 #12-86 Sales Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or L(-4/$4.08 Open Stop Light Inn Open Retail Store Open Retail Store Opan Pizza Pub Open Accounting Open Accounting Open Automotive Service Center Open open Warehouse Accounting (NEX con't) #13-86 Open Vending Vending Operations Clerk (Typing) F/T AS-3/$4.37 or US-3/$2.75 #14-86 Open Personalized Personalized Services Clerk INT. Services PS-3/$4.27 or LS-3/$3.42 #15-86 Open Laundry/Dry Laundry Machine Operator Cleaning NA-3/$4.42 or LWG-3/$2.96 Open Register The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. Position and Grade Ann. 1 *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 01-86 (Permanent/Tamporary/FT/Pr *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, 02-86 (Permanent/Tanporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 03-86 (Permanent ard Tenporary) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 04-86 Leading to GS-OS, or GS/LAS-318-05 (Permanent and 'Tmperary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS05-86 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05 *Accounting Thchnician, GS/LGS06-86 525-04 (Permanent and Temporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-52507-86 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-52505 (Permanent and Temporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209108-86 02 leading to GS/S-03, or GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 GS/10S-303-04 Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT 10-86 Entry GS/t0S-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LGS11-86 382-02/03 (Terp. Not to exceed one year) Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 12-86 (Part Time) (Tenp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but ircunbents may be noncompetitively extended.) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-8 Sales Store Checker, 105-209102 (INT, FT/PT) Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 NAF-14-8 (INT, FT/PT) Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-15-8 Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (INT, FT/Pr) Custodial Worker, NA/WG-3566-01 NAF-16-8 and NA/LL3-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) Fond Service Porker, NA/LWG-7408NAF-17-3 02 (INt, FT/PT) Waiter/Waitress, NA/UG-7420-02 NAF-18-8 (It, FT/PT) Bartender, N/EtG-7405-03 NAF-19-8 (INT, FT/PT) Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 NAP-0(INT, PT/PT) Chidlcare Giver/Recreation Aid, NAF-21-8 PS/L0S-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-8 PS/1S-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT Club Operations Assistant, NAF-23-( PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, 10S-0189-04 (TNT, FT/PT) No. Location All Camnands All Crmands All Crmnands All Carmands NBCBO All Comnands All Canuands Commissary PWD Supply PWD WTS Schools 86 Clubs 86 Recreation Services 86 Recreation Services 86 All Comnands 86 Clubs 86 Clubs 86 Clubs Re i he 86 Recreation Services 86 Recreation Services 86 Clubs *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. LDO and CWO in-service procurement programs (Washington) -The LDO status without a college no LDO/CWO selection board COMNAVMILPERSCOMINST and CWO categories are degree. in calendar year 1987. 1 1 3 1 .1 a n d t h e separate programs that NAVOP 108/85 announced 2. Those personnel January/March 1986 issue serve the Navy s the following changes to eligible to apply for both of Link magazine. requirements for officer the LDO/OWO programs: LO and CWO may apply for technical managers and 1. A transition board both programs in the same officer technical will be held in August application year, but may specialists. 1986 to pick selectees for request only one Both programs provide commissioning in FY 87 and designator for each the opportunity for FY 88. Thereafter, the program. outstanding senior In-Service Procurement Additional specific enlisted men and women to Board will meet in January information is available reach commissioned officer each year. There will be in NAVOP 108/85, The Saler P :3 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 13, 1986 Job Market Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508. TWO WHEELERS '84 Honda Aero 80, excellent condition, $775. Price includes a cycle in perfect condition, rear basket, helmet, and cover. Call 4515 DWH or 4421 AT. '85 Honda 150cc Elite deluxe scooter, $1325. Call Joe at 4164 DWH. AUTOS '77 Dodge Aspen station wagon, good condition. Call Donna at 3334 AT. BOATS Potoon boat, 12x22, cabin, sundeck, toilet, sink, running water, 35hp Johnson motor, boat and motor less than three years old, includes fishing gear, life vests and many accessories, $4500 neg. Call 4650 AWH. AUTO PARTS Windshield for '73-175 Chevy or G4C pickup. New, still in crate. Call 4824 DWH. LOST One set of keys with about 10 to 12 keys on large silver steel ring with small gold square piece on ring. Initials "W.E." on gold square. If found, please call 4106/6376 for identification. BABY ITEMS Child carrier for bike. Molded leg wells, high back, and footrests with spoke guards, $15. Call 2539 AT. PETS Free kittens. Little baby kittens will be ready to be taken in about three weeks. Take your pick of five. Call Dave at 3512 AWH. TOY Child's Hedstrom big wheel, metal frame, rubber wheels, adjustable seat, $25. Call 3396 AT. FURNITURE Dining room table,, wood, oval, seats four comfortably, $40. Call 3396 AT. 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 authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain, asking $750. Also an Art Deco style triple mirrored dresser, asking $250; art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550. Call 4514 DWH or 3219 AWH. WANTED Used dog carriers; one large, one medium. Need by March 1. Call Jan at 3258 AT. Reliable babysitter for evenings and weekends. Junior/senior high school student. Must be available Friday evenings from 5 to 9 p.m. on a regular basis. One sixteen-month-old. Prefer Kittery Beach/Tierra K area. Call 3140 AWH. Seeking dependent wife or junior/senior high school student to babysit in my home during summer months. Hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Two children, one 18 months old, one newborn. Red Cross training desirable. Experience required. Prefer Tiorra K/Kittery Beach area. Pays $240 a month. Call 3140 ;,ii. Serious inquiries only. AIR CONDITIONERS Three Fedd r's 11,500 BTUs, $200 u Ch :or best offer. Available now. Packing out Feb. 28. Call 3258 AT or see at Caraveila Point 2A.

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Mavericks beat Denver 117-110 (AP) -The Dallas Mavericks are climbing in the NBA's Midwest Division. They won for the eighth time in nine games last night, beating Denver 117-110. Midway through the fourth quarter Dallas scored nine straight points to turn a four-point deficit into a five-point lead and a victory. Jay Vincent led the Mavs with 20 points, and Mark Aguirre added 18. Twenty points from Terry Cummings helped Milwaukee beat Indiana 103-97. The Bucks trailed by 18 points in third quarter before rallying for the victory. Herb Williams scored 25 for the Pacers. Detroit used a 24-to-8 run during the second period to pull away from New York, and the Pistons rolled over the Knicks 113-99. Bill Liarbeer had 21 points and Kelly Tripucka netted for the winners. Mike McGee tossed in 34 points to lead the Los Angeles Lakers past the Phoenix Suns 126-100. Point guard Maurice Cheeks was the spark that fired Philadelphia past Chicago 106-98. Cheeks had 22 points, nine assists and four steals. Moses Malone also scored 22 points for the 76ers. George Gervin had 30 for the Bulls. Before that game, the Sixers activated guard Andrew Toney. Stress fractures in his feet had kept Toney sidelined since November. The Bulls say guard Michael Jordon has decided to sit out at least the next four weeks. Jordan has been sidelined by a broken foot for three and a-half months, and he had been hoping to rejoin the team this weekend. Guard Micheal Ray Richardson is back with the New Jersey Meats. His NBA career was on the line in a drug test this week. The test was negative. Richardson, who has had problems with cocaine in the past, had missed practice Monday. Glimpse Former Tennessee Players Received Money (UPI) -A copyright story in the Knoxville Journal reports that 15 former Tennessee football and basketball player received gifts or money from boosters or knew of teammates who had. Further reports indicate that many players made extra money be selling complimentary game tickets for up to $200 apiece. Athletic director Doug Dickey has pledged to investigate all allegations of rule-breaking. Professor Awarded $2.5 Million (UPI) -A professor who was fired by the University of Georgia was awarded more than $2.5 million in damages by a federal jury. The jury ruled that university officials violated Dr. Jan Kemp's freedom of speech in firing her after she complained about the special treatment given to university athletes. Mays Rejoining San Francisco Giants (UPI) -"Hall of Fame" outfielder Willie Mays is rejoining the San Francisco Giants as a full time special assistant to general manager Al Rosen. Mays played for the Giants in New York and San Francisco for 20 years before being traded to the New York Mets in 1972. In 1979, then-commissioner Bowie Kuhn ordered Mays to sever all connections with baseball because Mays held a job with an Atlantic City Casino. The ban has since been lifted by current commissioner Peter Ueberroth. Pitcher Retiring After Thirteen Seasons (UPI) -California Angels pitcher Geoff Zahn is retiring after 13 seasons in the Majors. The 39-year-old lefthander posted a career-record of 111-109 playing for the Cubs, Dodger, Twins and Angels. Flyers shut out Buffalo 4-0 (AP/UPI) -Philadelphia goaltender Bob Froese posted his fourth shutout of the NHL season last night. Froese stopped 28 shots, and the Flyers blanked Buffalo 4-0, snapping the Sabres' five-game winning streak. The Pittsburgh Penguins do not beat the Washington Capitals often. In fact, the Penguins' dry spell against Washington extended back to October 14, 1983. Pittsburgh ended the drought in grand fashion last night by routing the Caps 8-1. Mario Lemieux scored one goal and dished out two assists for the home club, while Mike Bullard added two goals and one assist. Lemieux, the NHL's second-leading scorer, now has 97 points this season. Two first-period goals by Mark Osburne started the New York Rangers on the way to a 5-2 victory over Vancouver. The Rangers outshot the 2anucks 50-32. The Quebec Nordiques sc three times in the tl period to sweep past the Los Angeles Kings 5-2. Calgary's Carey Wilson scored twice in the Flames' 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets. The NHL is going to experiment with TV cameras and instant replay on disputed goals. The experiment will take place during minor league games in Indianapolis tonight and tomorrow. There will be a camera above each goal, and a third in the media area. Wilander scores 6-1, 6-3 victory (UPI) -Second-seed Mats Ramesh Krishnan as Swedis Wilander highlighted a big players won six matches. day for Sweeden at the In other key matches, Lipton Invitational third-seed Jimmy Connors Players Tennis Championeliminated Steve Dalton, ships in Boca Raton, Fla. 6-2, 6-4, and foorth-seed Wilander scored an easy Boris Becker defeated Paul 6-1, 6-3 victory over Slozil, 6-4, 6-4. Tar Heels set 25-1 record (AP) -Top-ranked North Carolina ran its college basketball record to 25-1 last night. The Tar Heels beat Clemson 79-64 as Brad Daugherty scored 23 points. UNC led by three at halftime, then broke away while Daugherty scored 13 points in the first 10 minutes of the second half. Kenny Smith added all 16 of his points during the second half. Syracuse guard Dwayne Washington scored a careerhigh 33 points and added seven assists as the twelfthranked Orangemen slipped past Villanova 77-72. Nicklaus to appear in Hawaiian Open (UPI) -Seven of last year's top-10 money winners will be on hand today for the beginning of the $500,000 Hawaiian Open, but most of the attention will be focused on Jack Nicklaus. Nicklaus is making his first appearance at the Open since 1977, when he missed the cut. The field also includes this year's tournament winners, namely Bob Tway, Fuzzy Zoeller, Tim Norris and Clavin Peete. Some of golf's biggest names from the past halfcentury tee off in the 47th PGA Seniors Championship today in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. The familiar names include Gary Player, Julius Boros, Billy Casper, Don January, Miller Barber, Gene Littler, and the legendary Arnold Palmer. Area Athletics Scuba Class -A PADI Open Water Scuba class will be offered starting February 24. Cost is $115. For more information call Bill Diesselhorst, 4353 AT. Diving -The following are the last scuba courses to be offered by the master. February 27 Advanced Open Water, $165 March 5 Open Water Diver, $115 March 14 Boat Diving Specialty, $125 March 26 Advanced Open Water, $65 For further information contact Keith Mattson, master instructor, at 3550 AWH/ 4947 DWH. GBYAA Baseball -In view of a number of requests, the GBYAA is extending registeration for youth baseball through Sunday February 16. Hours of registration are from noon through 3 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at Brandon Field adjacent to Deer Park. Ages are 5 -16 for baseball and 9 16 for girls only fast-pitch softball. Last chance as we have to order equipment now. For more information call Jim O'Neal at 4679 DWH/ 2392 AWH. 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 McGinty, 2118 Mickey Mahler tries his luck with Rangers (UPI) -The winningest non-native pitcher in the history of the Dominican Winter League is Mickey Mahler. Over the years, Mahler has compiled a 41-10 record in the DL. But in the big leagues, the story is quite different for the 33-year-old righthander. He is just 14-30. Last year, Mahler pitched for Montreal and Detroit. This season, he will try his luck with the Texas Rangers, adding to his stops in Atlanta, Pittsburgh and California. Perhaps Mahler should have been an agent. Travel agent, that is. Uganda in Africa, but he has gone wild west. Every chance he gets, he puts on a cowboy outfit,. complete with 10gallon hat, boots, shirts and gun belt. He likes to ride the trails in the mountains in Nogales, Arizona, and pretend he is acting in a John Ford movie. He even fires off his guns, but in the air. The town of Nogales, which thinks Mugabi is more fun than a Sunday barbecue, has appointed him an honorary deputy sheriff. He even has a badge. The promoters of the March 10 Middleweight Title bout with Hagler are not too happy about this "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" act by Mugabi. Bob Arum, a product of the eastern part of the country, says Mugabi could fall off his horse and break a leg. Arum points out that not even a tough cookie like Mugabi could fight Hagler on crutches. Mugabi has been nicknamed "The Beast," and he tends to be on the wild side. His wearing out his sparring partners. Despite his unbeaten record, 26 victories in as many fights, Mugabi will be an underdog to Hagler. The entire A-team, including Mr. T, would be an underdog to Marvin, even with all of them swinging at the same time. Mugabi refused to be psyched by Hagler's reputation, or even Hagler's performances in the ring. He has not looked at a single piece of film from any of Hagler's bouts. Mugabi has more than his share of confidence. He says he will enter the ring in great shape, and he expects to lift Hagler's Middleweight Championship. That is positive thinking, but it will also need positive fighting, several tons of it, because Hagler will be ready, also. One of the big, although frequently silent, controversies in sports is artificial turf. The pro football player hate it. They Toma tends the turf in Kansas City. He is so good that the NFL flew him to New Orleans for the Super Bowl, to keep an eye on things, and then to Honolulu for the Pro Bowl. He says he is not against artificial turf. To back that up, all he has to do is to point to 13 years with the same green rug in Kansas City. Toma says the bigg t single problem w artificial turf is that o it is improperly installed. He also claims that the situation frequently is bad at colleges, where the turf is not put down properly and the athletic departments keep it quiet for political reasons, meaning they do not want to anger the alumni. Artificial turf gets mixed review from baseball players, some like it, some do not. While an occasional injury is blamed on the rug, it is nowhere near as frequent as in pro football, where cleats get caught and knees buckle. 4 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 13, 1986. The Sportsman By Charles Morey Apparently they have not manager, Mickey Duff, told told John Mugabi he is him to stop his equestrian training for a fight next capers, but he refused, insist it adds to the disable month with mighty Marvin He is training hard, howlist, every week of ev Hagler. Mugabi is acting as ever. If you do not train season. The college p1 though he is warming up for a hard for a fight with Hagler, have not been as vocal. shootout at the O.K. Corral, you may as well book an early Now comes the voice of the place where the Earp shower, experience, George Tome, Brothers and Doc Holliday Mugabi runs seven miles a rated just about the best ironed out some bad guys. day, frequently uphill in the groundskeeper in the sports Muqabi is a native of mountains of Nogales. He is world. -i r f i i i


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