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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 31 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newsoan.r -- Friday. Feb. 14, 1986


Nationwide warning for Tylenol

S PI) -- A nationwide warning how cyanide could be show the cyan
is in effect for the use of introduced into capsules the Tylenol W all Tylenol products in without disturbing the safety pl ant wh capsules, seals. The company says tests manufactured.
The Food and Drug
Administration issued the
warning after a second bottle Shuttle photos show now
of Tylenol poisoned with
cyanide was found in (AP) -- Newly-released has been the Bronxville, N.Y. : The photographs reveal a new area intense scruti first bottle turned up in an of concern for a presidental The pictures AP store, and a woman who commission investigating the the results swallowed capsules from it January 28 Challenger defect in the died. The second bottle was disaster, casing, or t found in a Wolwrth's store, Pictures show sooty black factory seam.
but the cyanide was detected snoke between the right-side indicate a pr before any harm was done. solid rocket booster and the propellant o:
An FDA official says there shuttle's external fuel tank, the seal. NAS2
is a warning because, in his about one fourth of the way NASA spokesman words, "We do not want to up the 14-story rocket, indicates the &keany chances." He adds, The snoke is thickest well liquid-fil
would much rather be safe above a joint that previously operated prop
than sorry."
Federal, state and local
investigators looking for clues in the cyanide-laced Tylenol killing of Diana Elsroth hope the discovery of the second tainted bottle will provide new leads in her death.
Friends of Elsroth's
boyfriend say the discovery
will lift the suspicion from
him and his family. Police say the boyfriend is not a s 'pect, although he gave Elszoth the capsules that
later killed-her ...
Yesterday's discovery of
five Tylenol capsules loaded with deadly poison prompted the FDA to issue a nationwide warning against use of all Tylenol capsule products.
Governor Mario Cuomo immediately banned the sale of those products in New
York. Four states, California, Illinois,
Massachuetts and Indiana, promptly followed with
similar: bans.
The FDA says on both
bottles, allf of the safety
seals were intact.
w In 1982, seven deaths from Wanide-laced Tylenol in the
Chicago area led to the safety seals on Tylenol and many other products. Those
deaths never were olved. Hard At Work -- EN2 Ralph Twiddy dismant A spokean for Johnson and rack. (Photo by J02 Niel Guillebeau)
Johnson refuses to speculate


users
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when it left the ere it is



problems

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could indicate of a possible booster' s steel trouble with a
They also could oblem with the r a blowout of
A will not say. an Hugh Harris shuttle and its led rockets
erly.


tles a storage

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vote counting \.-continues today


(AP) -- The tedious and . controversial presidential
vote count resumed in the Philippines today amid a
gloomy atmosphere.
=0000 As the ballots were being
counted for the second day, thousands of mourners marched
through Manila in a bay-long funeral procession for a
murdered opposition leader. The campaign manager of
challenger Corazon Aquino was gunned down Tuesday by six men in the Antiques provincial capital o San
Jose.
As the funeral procession iade its way through Manila's financ ial d istricf, thousands of white-collar workers threw black confetti and one banner proclaimed "ND bullet can kill the spirit."
As for the vote tabulation, President Ferdinand Marcos held a commanding lead
following the first day. The official tally showed Marcos with 53.4-percent, compared with 46.6 percent for Aquino.


N

A News

S
Congratulations -Cmdr. Robert Ploeger, Commanding Officer, Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity (SIMA) Guantanamo Bay has been selected for promotion to Captain. Captain (Selectee) Ploeger
has been the CO of SIMA since November 22, 1985.
He reported here from the Charleston Naval Shipyard.
He is married to the former Joyce Rankin. Mrs. Rankiw and son, Robert Jr., reside in Charleston, S.C.


of the bay


Goverment Vehicle Operations: Effective immediately, NAVSTAGTMO will have a road master on duty to enforce government motor vehicle regulation set forth by COMNAVBASEGTMO INSTRUCTION 11200.5 Government vehicles will be utilized and operated in a safe and reasonable manner and for official business only. Warnings and/or citations will be issued to those not complying with current instructions.

Military Leadership Examinations -- Military Leadership Examinations for prospective E4, E5, E6, and
E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, February 20, 7:30 a.m., at the Windjammer Club. Participants are to submit a special request chit or memorandum recommendation from their division officer to Officer in Charge, Personnel Support Detachnent, no later than
3 pm p ay, February-18..

Navy Campus Testing Calendar -- CLEP and Dantes exams are given every Monday, 8 p.m., and every Thursday when there is no special test scheduled.
Thursday, February 20, 8 a.m. SAT/ACT Thursday, February 27, 8 a.m. GED/Pre-test required. Thursday, March 13, 8 a.m. SAT/ACT Thursday, March 20, 8 a.m. GED/Pre-test required.

new Arrivals -- If you want to have the newest addition of your family listed in the Daily Gazette, please submit to the editor the parents' full names, the baby's name, date of birth and weight.

Parents: FTl Brian and Patricia Plante
Baby: Stephanie Lynn Born: February 12, 1986
Weight: 10 pounds, 7 ounces
Fishing Boat Arrives -- The new Recreation Services fishing boat, "Golden Anchor" pulled into Pier Delta this morning. It made its way from Mayport, Fla., skippered by Jim Frates, a retired Navy chief.

Guard Mail Envelopes -- The Post Office has received Guard Mail envelopes that were deposited in the mail collection boxes located throughout the Naval Station. The mail boxes are for the deposit of U.S. Mail only and are not to be utilized for Guard Mail.





* Weekend on TV8


Saturday
1:00 pm. College Basketball Iowa vs
Michigan
3:00 p.m. College Basketball Georgetown
vs Villanova 5:10 p.m. Pro Bowling 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline
News


Sunday
11:30 a.m. CNN Headline
News
Noon Auto Racing
28th Annual Daytona 500 4:00 p.m. Wrestling
4:50 p.m. movie "Missing
Children"
6:30 pm. CNN Headline
News


Inside


Page page page
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- Letter To 'te Editor
- Pony Epress
- Safety Tip
- Vallmtines Poem
- ESuks Beat Kings


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Seaside Re-Opens -- Come and help us celebrate the grand re-opening of the Seaside Room today, at the COM
Club. Our weekend special is "Chateaubriand for Two,"
$17. Came early and enjoy "Happy Hour" in the bar with
your friends. We have planned a big night for you, so
come and join us.

At The Hook -- Tonight, 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."
Red Cross Rummage Sale -- The Red Cross is having a rumage sale tomorrow, 9 a.m. - ?, in the Red Cross
parking lot next to the Sound Scene. There are bargains
for everyone as there are many items such as toys,
clothes, furniture and much more.

1986 Black History Fashion And Variety Show -Put a spark in your life! The Black History Month
Fashion and Variety Show is tomorrow, 7 p.m., in the
Windjammer Club. That is not all Guantanamo Bay,
because after the show there is a dance and all for
just $1. For more information, call Ann, 2484.

Fil-Asm 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 information, call Ivy
Dualan, 2908 AWH, or 2601 DWH.

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

FRA Valentine's Party -- The FRA wili host a
Valentine's Party tomorrow, 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 tomorrow, 6:30 p.m. Groups wishing
to reserve a table should call Kathi, 2132.

Cable TV - The T cable contractor will be
installing TV cable drops in Caravella Point, Marina
Point and Leeward Housing, February 18 - 24. Hours of
installation are 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m., Monday - Saturday,
and noon - 3 p.m. on Sunday. If someone in your
household will not be available during these hours,
please contact the contractor, 2510, for an
installation appointment.

Comissary -- Mom, dad, and kids, the Commissary is
having a sale on Hawaiian Punch three-pack units.
Flavors on sale are Wildfruit, Fruit Juicy Red,
Tropical Fruit and Island Fruit Cocktail. All units are
being sold at 20 percent below the regular price.

Equal Employment Opportunity -- Employment rights
without discrimination are covered in the 1964 Civil
Rights Act, Title Seven. If you fell you have been discriminated against because of physical or mental
handicaps, age, race, color, sex, religion, or national
origin, call the friendly folks at EEO for help, 4612.

We Are Safe -- A recent inspection confirmed that the Naval Base and Naval Air Station are some of the Navy's safest bases. For help on safety matters, call
the Occupational Safety and Health Department, 4526 or
4529.







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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN...............Caminer, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qidr. Rick Fischer, USN..............Public Affairs Officer
JOl Stacey Byinton............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil uillSeau, USN.......................Managing Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN ............................. Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane Amnerman ...................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistan
Nathan Durbin .............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez ........................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Ann Wggener ................................ Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Czette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equignent, at the Naw 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 Cmmander, U.S. Naval Base.


To the editor


In your February 7 edition, try to enforce these under the "Scoop" column, you regulations as effiently as ran a short article on they enforce vehicle "Unsafe Driving," referring regulations?


to wearing headsets while driving.
From time to time, there are other articles to help
Guantanamo Bay residents be aware of certain driving regulations.
These articles are nice to know.
My questions are:
Could you print the rules and regulations on bicycle riding and pedestrian walking? And; can base police


Interested Resident
Name Withheld By
Request

Dear Interested Resident,

I will be glad to publish rules and regulations on bicycles and pedestrian walking. Beginning next week, I will run in the "Scoop," excerpts from CiMNAVBASEGTRO INSTRUCTION 11,200.1B, Motor


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Pony Express Band --The Fleet Reserve Association presents the Pony Express Band at the Sweetheart Dance, Morin Center Ballroom, Saturday, February 15. The dance is




Througt


Come in and see all the new costs of day and interesting books we have your child.
for you! "We ig h
"Silent Wings," by Gerard Internatio Devlin, (non-fiction), is introduced about a saga of the U.S. Army (non-fiction and Marine combat glider 750 recipes pilots during World War II. world with
"On Extended Wings," by photographs Diane Ackerman, (non- mounth-water fiction), is a true story about challengers, taking chances, and stretching one's limits. This is a book for anyone who has ever flown a plane or dreamed of it. sche
"Footsteps," by Richard
Holmes, (non-fiction), has DATE AIrRAR adventures of a romantic English biographer, traveling MON C-9 MI alone through Europe in TUE C-12 search of the romantic THE C-12 writers of the past. TUE 727 MA
"Goren's New Bridge TUE 727 MX Complete," by Charles Goren, THU C-141 (non-fiction) , is the new FRI 727 MX five-card majors edition, FRI 727 MX estensively revised, includes FRI C-12 a chapter of the forcing * C-9 contir notrump responces and limit * C-141 cont raises, as well as one Note: four-card major opening bids 1. All mili and responses. that they m."The Marine Officer's 2. C-12 pas! Guide," (non-fiction), fifth Baggage limi edition, Naval Institute 3. Space "A' Press. with their 1:
"The Child Care Crisis," by 4. Ticketed Fedelle Maynard with baggage, 8 foreword, by Burton White, the Norfolk.
(non-fiction), has the real ferry. Norfc


open to all Guantanamo residents and fleet personnel, at a cost of $2 per person, or $3
per couple. Members of the band are (left to right) Jim Copeland, Sue Hilton, George
Rackl, Rick Fischer and Phil Hermanson.



h the "Red Door"


, care for you and

t Watchers )nal Cookbook,"
by Jean Nidetch, n), has more than from around the 24 full-color picturing over 60 ing dishes.


ght edule

AFT DEE


"Get Tough!" by Tom
Fitzgerald (non-fiction) , of the U.S. Special For* physical conditioning program.
"Black Box-Kal 007," by Alexander Dallin
(non-fiction), is about the fate of Korean Airliner, 007 and the Superpowers.


PARTS DESTINATION ARRIVES


EDEVAC 11:50 a.m. Roosey Road 1:50 p.m.* (18-21) 8:00 a.m. Providenciales 9:00 a.m.
(18-20) 8:00 a.m. Santo Domingo 10:10 a.m. AC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15p m AC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p~m.9 Cargo 10:10 a.m. Roosey Road 12:10 p.m.* AC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. AC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. (21-24) 8:00 a.m. Purta Plata 9:00 a.m. hues to Norfolk/Andrews. tinues to Norfolk.

itary personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded ust travel in Dress Blue uniform. ssengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. dt on the flight is 20 pounds per person.
' passengers for MAC must take the 1:30 ferry baggage.
d passengers for MAC must bring their ticket and
- 10 a.m. for Kingston, and 10 - 11:45 a.m. for Kingston passengers must take the 10:30 a.m. olk passengers must take the 2:30 p.m.


Friday, February 14, 1986


Vehicle and Traffic Regulations.
As far as your second
question is concerned, CW04 Leonard Haberman, the security director, says his force is undermanned.
However, he says base police do their best to enforce all regulations with equality.

J02 Neil Guillebeau
Managing Editor p


Captain"s Hotline
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YARD SALES
Caravella Point 2A, Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Lots of plants and other goodies. All must go.

Villamar 93C (Ist St.) Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Men, women and children clothing, toys, 25-inch color console TV, weight bench, pans plus much, much more.

Granadillo Point 4B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ?
*family pre-packout' sale.

Tierra K 48 Saturday from 8:30 until 11:30 a.m. There will be toys, a crib, children's clothes, 19-inch color TV in excellent condition and other misc.
items.

Marine Site 116 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Many items, clothes, toys, etc.

Nob Hill 56A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Lots of craft and sewing supplies, paperback books galore, recQrds , Qth Sxr.1sc. items,. Come look. No early birds please.

Marine Site 112 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Toys, linens, curtains, clothes (women's, men's, boys, girls, infant, maternity.), and other
misc.

Trailer Park 1711 (First Loop) Saturday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Flowers and
plants.
LOST
Men's black leather wallet, keep the money, return the let,4 no questions asked.
2646 AT or 4720 DWH.

Set of keys with clear
plastic Toyota keyholder. If found, pleae call 4554 DWH or 2692 AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'80 Kawasaki 440 LTD, great condition, 16,000 miles, new tires, plugs, points, bearings and cables, $1200. Call Bob at 3995 AT.

'68 Yamaha 350 R-I two stroke street bike. Needs new front
end, engine runs. Will sell for $200 firm. Call PO Shober at 2125 DWH or 3748 AWH.

'80 Puch moped MKII, good ition, $225. Call Chuck 1W 83 DWH.
TWO WHEELER PARTS
Motorcycle tires: one 3.25x18; one 2.75x18; one 2.75x19; two 3.00x17. Call Bob at 3995 AT.

MISCELLANEOUS
TV roof antenna, good condition, plus cable, $20. Call Bob at 3995 AT.

Like new DP exercise bike, $35. Call Glenna at 2671 AT.

WANTED
Needed, experienced peron to repair a microwave. Call 3231 AT.


AUTOS
'85 Camaro Iroc-Z28, solild black with black interior. Has 5,600 miles, T-tops, a/c, p/b, p/s, tilt steering wheel, electric windows, electric mirrors, AM/FM stereo with cassette player and equalizer, 305 CED engine with fuel injection, automatic transmission with overdrive, $15,000 firm. Call Ed Wilson at 4954 or 4583.

'76 VW Dasher, 4-speed, front wheel drive, new tires, good condition, inspection good until Oct. Reliable transportation, $900. Call Trevol at 2587 DWH.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT '85 (Studio 40) amplifier with equalization and reverb. two jack hook up, 150 watts and one Sure microphone with extension stand, 250/or best offer. Call 2587/DWH or 2846 AWH.
CARPE NG
One carpet, grea condition, available now. Approx. 15x24 creamy tan, $125 or best offer. Call Ginat at 4438 DWH. Must sell before Feb. 21.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Fedders 24,000 BTU, works great, $100. Call Ray at 6239 DWH. Must sell before FEb. 21.

BOAT MOTORS
One 40hp Johnson outboard, runs well and in good shape. Call Gary at 3493 AT.

One 40hp Evinrude outboard motor, runs well, needs starter. Call Gary at 3493 AT.
GARDEN TOOL
One lawn mower, very good shape. Comes with extra 3 1/2 hp engine. Call Gary at 3493 AT.
APPLIANCES
One Frigidare washer only three years old, very good shape, only needs a motor or this one can be fixed. Call Gary at 3493 AT.
FURNITURE
Early American style love' seat and chair, green and white plaid; maple coffee table and two end tables. Call Terry at 2866 AT.,CAMERA LENS
One 28mm, 2.8 wide angle Signa lens for all Canon 35mm cameras. Lens comes with Skylight filter and case. All for $50. Call 2283 AWH or anytime on weekends.

SERVICES
Need a babysitter or someone to do odd jobs around the house. Call Barbara at 2390.


Taxidermy. Only you know what makes a trophy. Have those fish mounted for years of enjoyment. I will be rotating in the October timeframe, so if you want to have something
mounted, try to get it to me before June/July. Call Mark Hays at 2671 AT.


Safety tip:

Mowers dangerous-if misused


O "a platte
ys ue HiltonHappy Valehtin's Day. It

is nice when ial day like this faills on a Friday and plans can be made for the whdle weekend.
, ndy Myer at Jet Fd4arding tells me that soetimes she makes her breakfast souffle before she "goes out//n the town" and then she always has something ready in case some friends want to drop by her place afterwards for "brunch." I bet this is perfect with ice cold tomato juice and a hot crispy batch of hash browns.
Sheila Twilly at the Comptroller's Department donated the recipe for "Aggression Cookies." She tells me that she has been


up spilled fuel immediately. Never fuel a running mower.
o Store and pour gasoline carefully and keep it in an approved container with a tight fitting lid.
o Check electric mower cords for frayed or damaged spots. Frayed insulation
added to a metal mower, damp or wet grass, can cause lethal shocks or severe electrical burns.
o Leave blade sharpening and electric repairs to


professionals.
o If you do your own cleaning and tune-up, disconnect the spark plug or remove it before beginning. If a blade is turned by hand, the mower can start if the spark plug is still intact.
o Never leave the mower without turning it off. It takes only a few seconds tor run 'inside, and only a few seconds for the mower to run
over someone and cause serious injury.


MillionsIreceive or Valentine cards


giving this recipe out for
years to just about everyone on the base. It sure came in handy for me this week.
A new resident, Felicia Fisher, collects cookbooks,
and has asked where she can obtain a copy of the GTMO cookbook. Could someone please contact me at 4671, so the- information can be
passed along, since I cannot talked, Ihave not been able to make any inquiries. Felicia, as soon as I have
the information, you will be contacted. Thank you for your
not and welcome to GTMO. Chocolate lovers of GTMO, unite! Shall we have one
article dedicated to only chocolate recipes?


Breakfast Souffle
(Donated by Lindy Myer)
3 eggs 4 oz. grated cheddar cheese 1/3 to 1/2 cup milk 5 slices bread 1/2 lb. bacon, cooked and Pinch of salt crushed into bits
* Butter- and trim crust from bread, cut into quarters.
* Layer in bottom of greased 2-qt. casserole dish.
* Beat eggs, add pinch of salt, mix in milk and set aside. " Sprinkle grated cheese over bread. Sprinkle bacon bits over cheese.
* Pour milk mixture evenly over everything. Let set overnight.
* Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes. Serves 2-3. Recipe can be doubled.
Aggression Cookies
(Donated by Sheila Twilly)
3 cups brown sugar 6 cups oatmeal
3 cups margarine or butter 1 tbl. baking soda (or 1 1/2 cups of each) 3 cups flour
* Put all this in a huge bowl and mash, knead, squeeze. Then form into small balls, midway between filbert size and English walnut size on an ungreased cookie sheet.
* Butter the bottom of a small glass, dip it in granulated sugar and mash the balls flat.
* Keep doing it. (You need to butter the glass bottom only once or twice, but re-dip it in sugar for each ball.)
* Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes.
* Makes approx. 15 dozen. Recipe can easily be reduced.


Old Guantanamo-- The "Battle Fleet" conducting maneuvers in Guantanamo Bay in


(AP) -- Roses are red, violets aire blue, Americans spend millions saying "I love you."
In /fact, you may be astounded to learn just how
many valentines we send to one another.
We will tell you, in a
moment, on hearts and
flowers.
For the people who make and
sell the love cards we buy and send, Valentine's Day is very big business.
The greeting card industry says it markets $850 million Valentine's Day card each year in the U.S, $850
million.
That is 3.7 valentines for every man, woman and child in America.
If you figure $1.25 per
card, many cost much, much more, it means valentines are a billion-dollar business.



Love

Love is patient; love is
kind. Love is not jealous, it does not put on airs, it is not snobbish. Love is never rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not prone to anger; neither does it brood over injuries.
Love does not rejoice in what is wrong but rejoices with the truth. There is no limit to
love's forbearance, to its trust, its hope, its power to endure.
There are in the end three things that last: faith, hope and love, and
the greatest of these is love.
1 Cor. 13:4-9


1927. (Official U.S. Naval History Center photograph)


Friday, February 14, :1986


The Naval Station Fire Department reports that over 62,000 persons are injured annually in lawn mower accidents. Many of these
injuries are burns caused by careless use of the mower. Before using or cleaning your mower, follow these safety tips:
o Do not smoke while fueling lawn mowers. Gasoline is explosive.
o Wait for machines to cool before refueling. Wipe


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Hawks rally from 15 point deficit for win


Missouri snaps losing streak upset eight-ranked Oklahoma


(AP) -- It was a rough night for Top 20 colleges basketball teams. Three lost, and two won by two points.
Two other Top 20 teams avenged losses from earlier this season.
Missouri snapped a
four-game losing streak by upsetting eighth-ranked Oklahoma 101-88 in a game with 62 personal fouls and four technicals. Seven
players fouled out.
The Tigers kept the Sooners from getting a field goal
until five minutes into the game while they built an 18-1 lead, and Missouri stayed at least eight points ahead the rest of the way. Jeff Strong and Derrick Chievous each scored 29 points for Thetma's Anthony Bowie netted 31.
The victory let idle Kansas move a game and a-half ahead of the Sooners in the Big Eight standings.


(AP) -- The Atlanta Hawks continue to keep a little pressure on first-place Milwaukee in the NBA's
Central Division. The Hawks stayed within four and a-half games of the Bucks by
rallying from 15 points down to beat the Sacramento Kings 123-114 last night. Dominique


Wilkins showed the new NBA fans in Sacremento the
highest-scoring performance they have seen in person. He had 43 points, an Arco Arena record.
Milwaukee beat the Utah
Jazz 113-106. Paul Pressey had 24 points and eight assists for the Bucks.


Maryland edged 17th-ranked North Carolina State 67-66. The Terrapins blew a 13-point lead in second half, but two free throws by Len Bias with 1:26 left gave them the victory.
Roger Harden buried a 23-foot jumper with five
seconds left to boost eleventh-ranked Kentucky over eighteenth-ranked Alabama 73-71.
Sixteen points from Jim Les helped thirteenth-ranked Bradley hold off Indiana
State 54-52.
Tenth-ranked Michigan moved into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten. The Wolverines, whose first loss this season came at Minnesota, whipped the Golden Gophers last night 92-56.
Number-19 Louisville avenged a losg by downing Cincinnati 74-58. Cardinal Billy Thompson scored 23.


Glimpse


Seven Player Trade (UPI) -- The Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees hooked up in a seven-player trade yesterday. The principles in the deal are catcher Ron
Hassey, who goes to the Yankees, and pitcher Neil Allen, who joins the Sox. The other players involved are minor leaguers. Ironically, Hassey became the property of the
Mite Sox during the winter in a deal with the very same Yankees.

Hilrose Games (UPI) -- The spotlight will be on pole vaulters Billy Olson and Seruei Bubka at tonight's Milrose Games at New York's Madison Square Garden. Olson currently holds the indoor record at 19 feet, five and one-half inches
and improved the mark four times this season. His Soviet counterpart is the outdoor record holder and better the
indoor standard twice. In another headline event, Ireland's Eamonn Coghlan goes after an unpecedented seventh straight wanamaker mile.

Daytona 500 (UPI) -- Bill Elliott and Dale Earnhardt captured the twin, 125-mile qualifying races at Florida's Daytona International Speedway. The top 15 drivers from each race will start in Sunday's famed Daytona 500. The remainder of the 42-man field was determined by qualifying speeds produced Monday through Wednesday. Elliot is the defending champion in the 500 and once again will start on the pole.

Thomas Defends World Boxing Championship (UPI) -Heavyweight Pinklon Thomas defends his World Boxing Council Championship against nmnber-two contender Trevor Berbick on March 22 in Las Vegas. The bout is the first of what is
being called "The Heavyweight World Series" that is designed to unifty the title. On the Thomas-Berbick undercard, Hector Camacho will defend his WBC lightweight title against Mexican champion Sergio Zanbrano.


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.

GBYA.& Baseball -- In view of a nunber of requests, the GBYAA is extending registeration for youth baseball through Sunday, February 16. Hours of registration for youth baseball are fran 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 girl's only fast-pitch softball. Last chance as we have to order equipment now. For 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 MGinty, 2118.

Unaccompanied Valentine's Pool Party -- February 15 from 7 p.m. - 11 p.m. at Leeward Point Swimming Pool. Cost of $2 includes refreshments and music. Feel free to bring your own music to have played. Take a chance and meet some new people, who knows it may turn out to be the best thing you have ever done.


Exploring The Underwater World -- This is the first in our series of photographs exploring sealife underwater. (Photo by AFAV Diving Team)


Boston's Larry Bird had his third triple-double of the season. Bird garnered 31
points, 15 rebounds and eleven assists as the Celtics
beat the Supersonics in Seattle 107-98.
Marques Johnson threw in 24 points and Rory White added 20 for the Clippers. Los
Angeles held off the Portland Trail Blazers 118-113.
Philadelphia's big men led the 76ers past the Newa k Knicks 95-92. Charles Ba y turned in 29 points an4 7 rebounds while Moses Malone was adding 23 points and 13 rebounds.
Eric Floyd scored four points in the last eleven seconds to give Golden State a 109-105 win over
Washington. Floyd finished with 25 points. Joe Barry Carroll hit 34 and Purvis Short netted 26 for the Warriors.
Bullet Jeff Malone scored 36, he has tallied 79 points in his last two games, and he is averaging 30 points a-game in his last nine outings.
Twenty-five points from
Artis Gilmore and 23 e from Alvin Robertson
the San Antonio Spurs st the Houston Rockets 119-115.
The Cleveland Cavaliers had 17 steals and put seven players in double figures during their 135-117 win over the New Jersey Jets.


Flyers victorious

(AP) -- Last night in the NHL, Tim Kerr scored twice to lead the Philadelphia Flyers past the New York Islanders 6-3.
The New Jersey Devils ended Montreal 4-3. Mts NasIufii-fo the Canadiens got his 300th career point during the game on a penalty shot.
Two Rob Ramage assists helped the St. Louis Blues
clip the Minnesota North Stars 5-3.
Curt Fraser's third goal gave the Chicago Blackhawks a
5-4 overtime victory over Toronto. Miroslav Frycer of the Maple Leafs also had a hat trick.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


"All roads lead to Rome" was the boast before and
during the decline and fall of the Roman Empire.
In the National Football
League it can be said that "All roads lead from Dallas." They do when it comes to getting head coaching jobs.
There are six coaches in the NFL who either played, served as an assistant coach,
or did both under Tom Landry in Dallas.
The latest to get top
billing in an NFL city is Gene Stallings, the new coach
of the St. Louis Cardinals. Stallings was an assistant to
Landry from 1972 to 1985.
Mike Ditka, the boss of the
Bears, was both a player and an assistant to Landry before moving to Soldier Field.
His Super Bowl opponent, Ray Berry of the losing New England Patriots, was on
Landry's staff in 1968 and 1969.
Forrest Gregg, the Green Bay honcho, played one year under Landry in 1971 after starring for a number of seasons with the Packers.
John Mackovic, still with Kansas City after a tough season, was Tom's offensive


coordinator in 1981 and 1982.
His predecessor in that job, Dan Reeves, is now the coach of the Denver Broncos. Reeves
played for Dallas and- later was an assistant.
Assistant coaches get little publicity, but they play an important part in the
success or failure of a pro football team. No matter what Mike Ditka says now about his long-gone defensive coordinator at Chicago, there
is no question about the fact that Buddy Ryan played a major part in the defense of
the Super Bowl champions.
No head coach anywhere ever had two assistants like Jim Lee Howell of the New York Giants did in 1958. His offensive coordinator was Vince Lombardi. His defensive planner was Tom Landry. Both went on to magnificent careers as head coaches.
In the 1958 NFL championship contest at Yankee Stadium between the
Giants and Baltimore Colts, Howell overruled Lombardi at a key moment. If Vince had prevailed, the Giants might have won the battle, still billed as "The greatest game ever played."


With about two minutes to play, perhaps less, the Giants had short yardage on third down somewhere around their 30-yard line. They were leading, 17-14. They sent Frank Gifford on a dive off tackle, and he was brought
down by the great Baltimore defensive end, Gino Marchetti. Marchetti broke his leg on the play.
The spot of the ball, still
being debated, left the Giants about two inches short of key first down.
On the sidelines,Lnoi wanted to go for it. Howell said no, and sent his punter,
Don Chandler, into the game. Chandler kicked the ball into
deep Baltimore territory. Johnny Unitas, "Mr. Cool" with money on the line, drove the Colts downfield and got them in position for a tying field goal, booted by Steve Myhara. The game went into overtime, and the Colts won it on a one-yard scoring plunge by Alan Ameche.
If the Giants had made th* key first down, they probablfj
would have been able to run out the clock. "Ifs" never won a football game.


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Hj// 4 /y Vol. 42 -No. 31 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newsDaner -Friday. Feb. 14, 1986 Nationwide warning for Tylenol S PI) -A nationwide warning how cyanide could be show the cyan is in effect for the use of introduced into capsules the Tylenol w all Tylenol products in without disturbing the safety plant wh capsules. seals. The company says teats manufactured. The Food and Drug Administration issued the warning after a second bottle wannatrscmbte Shuttle photos show new of Tylenol poisoned with cyanide was found in (AP) -Newly-released has been the Bronxville, N.Y. The photographs reveal a new area intense scruti first bottle turned up in an of concern for a presidential The pictures AP store, and a woman who commission investigating the the results swallowed capsules from it January 28 Challenger defect in the died. The second bottle was dssecsno found in a WDolworth's store, Pictures show sooty black factory seam. but the cyanide was detected smoke between the right-side indicate a pr before any hers was done,. oi oktbotradte poeln An FDA official says there shuttle's external fuel tank, the seal. NASA is a warning because, in his about one fourth of the way NASA spokesman words, "We do not want to up the 14-story rocket, indicates the ke any chances." He adds, The spoke is thickest well liquid-fil would much rather be safe above a joint that previously operated props than sorry." Federal, state and local investigators looking for clues in the cyanide-laced Tylenol killing of Diana Elsroth hope the discovery of the second tainted bottle will provide new leads in her death. Friends of Elsroth's boyfriend say the discovery will lift the suspicion from him and his family. Police say the boyfriend is not a s hpect, although he gave Ft.h:eth the capsules thath ldetkilledither. Yesterday's discovery of five Tylenol capsules loaded with deadly poison prompted the FDA to issue a nationwide i warning against use of all Tylenol capsule products. St :ar Governor Mario Cuomo t. immediately banned the sale of those products in New York. Four states, California, Illinois, Massachuetts and Indiana, similar bans. The FDA says on both bottles, allof the safety seals ware intact. d n 1982, seven deaths fr ide-laced Tylenol in the Chicago area led to the safety seals on Tylenol and many other products. Those deaths never dereolved. Hard At Work -EN2 Ralph Twiddy distant A spokesan for Johnson and rack. (Photo by J02 Niel Guillebeau) Johnson refuses to speculated users ide was not in hen it left the ere it is problems e subject of ny. could indicate of a possible booster's steel rouble with a They also could oblem with the r a blowout of A will not say. an Hugh Harris shuttle and its led rockets erly. tles a storage Vote counting continues today (AP) -The tedious and controversial presidential vote count resumed in the Philippines today amid a gloomy atmosphere. As the ballots were being counted for the second day, thousands of mourners marched through Manila in a bay-long funeral procession for a murdered opposition leader. The campaign manager of challenger Corazon Aquino was gunned down Tuesday by six men in the Antiques provincial capital or San Jose. As the funeral procession nade its way through Manila's financial district, thousands of white-collar workers threw black confetti and one banner proclaimed "No bullet can kill the spirit." As for the vote tabulation, President Ferdinand Marcos held a commanding lead following the first day. The official tally showed Marcos with 53.4-percent, compared with 46.6 percent for Aquino. NW 4ENews Congratulations -Cmdr. Robert Ploeger, Comanding Officer, Shore Intermediate Maintenance Activity (SIMA) Guantanamo Bay has been selected for promotion to Captain. Captain (Selectee) Ploeger has been the CO of SIMA since November 22, 1985. He reported here from the Charleston Naval Shipyard. He is married to the former Joyce Rankin. Mrs. Rankin( and son, Robert Jr., reside in Charleston, S.C. of the bay Goverment Vehicle Operations: Effective immediately, NAVSTAGTMO will have a road master on duty to enforce government motor vehicle regulation set forth by COMNAVBASEGTMO INSTRUCTION 11200.5 Government vehicles will be utilized and operated in a safe and reasonable manner and for official business only. Warnings and/or citations will be issued to those not complying with current instructions. Military Leadership Examinations -Military Leadership Examinations for prospective E4, E5, E6, and E7 candidates will be administered Thursday, February 20, 7:30 a.m., at the Windjammer Club. Participants are to submit a special request chit or menorandun recomendation from their division officer to Officer in Charge, Personnel Support Detachnent, no later than 3 p.m., Tuesday, February 18. Navy Campus Testing Calendar -CLEP and Dantes exams are given every Monday, 8 p.m., and every Thursday when there is no special test scheduled. Thursday, February 20, 8 a.m. SAT/ACT Thursday, February 27, 8 a.m. GED/Pre-test required. Thursday, March 13, 8 a.m. SAT/ACT Thursday, March 20, 8 a.m. GED/Pre-test required. New Arrivals -If you want to have the newest addition of your family listed in the Daily Gazette, please submit to the editor the parents' full names, the baby's name, date of birth and weight. Parents: FT1 Brian and Patricia Plante Baby: Stephanie Lynn Born: February 12, 1986 Weight: 10 pounds, 7 ounces Fishing Boat Arrives -The new Recreation Services fishing boat, "Golden Anchor" pulled into Pier Delta this morning. It made its way from Mayport, Fla., skippered by Jim Frates, a retired Navy chief. Guard Mail Envelopes -The Post Office has received Guard Mail envelopes that were deposited in the mail collection boxes located throughout the Naval Station. The mail boxes are for the deposit of U.S. Mail only and are not to be utilized for Guard Mail. Weekend on TV8 Saturday 1:00 p.m. College Basketball Iowa vs Michigan 3:00 p.m. College Basketball Georgetown vs Villanova 5:10 p.m. Pro Bowling 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News Sunday 11:30 a.m. CNN Headline News Noon Auto Racing 28th Annual Daytona 500 4:00 p.m. Wrestling 4:50 p.m. Movie "Missing Children" 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News Guantanamo Bay, Cuba BAY Inside Page 2 -Letter To The Editor Page 2 -Pony Express Page 3 -Safety Tip Page 3 -Vallentine's Poe: Page 4 -Hawks Beat Kings Ar a

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the Seaside Re-Opens -Come and help us celebrate the grand re-opening of the Seaside Roam today, at the COM Club. Our weekend special is "Chateaubriand for Two," $17. Come early and enjoy "Happy Hour" in the bar with your friends. We have planned a big night for you, so come and join us. At The Hook -Tonight, 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." Red Cross Ruage Sale -The Red Cross is having a rumage sale tomorrow, 9 a.m. -?, in the Red Cross parking lot next to the Sound Scene. There are bargains for everyone as there are many items such as toys, clothes, furniture and much more. 1986 Black History Fashion And Variety Show -Put a spark in your life! The Black History Month Fashion and Variety Show is tomorrow, 7 p.m., in the Windjamer Club. That is not all Guantanamo Bay, because after the show there is a dance and all for just $1. For more information, call Ann, 2484. 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 information, call Ivy Dualan, 2908 AWH, or 2601 DWH. Windjamer Valentine's Day -The Windjammer proudly presents the "George Rack Trio" in the Steakhouse tonight, 6 -10 p.m. Bring your spouse or date for dinner and a very romantic evening. This is for manbers and guests only. FRA Valentine's Party -The FRA will host a Valentine's Party tomorrow, 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 tomorrow, 6:30 p.m. Groups wishing to reserve a table should call Kathi, 2132. Cable TV -The TV cable contractor will be installing TV cable drops in Caravella Point, Marina Point and Leeward Housing, February 18 -24. Hours of installation are 7:30 a.m. -9 p.m., Monday -Saturday, and noon -3 p.m. on Sunday. If someone in your household will not be available during these hours, please contact the contractor, 2510, for an installation appointment. Comissary -Mom, dad, and kids, the Comnissary is having a sale on Hawaiian Punch three-pack units. Flavors on sale are Wildfruit, Fruit Juicy Red, Tropical Fruit and Island Fruit Cocktail. All units are being sold at 20 percent below the regular price. Equal Eploynent Opportunity -Employment rights without discrimination are covered in the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Title Seven. If you fell you have been discriminated against because of physical or mental handicaps, age, race, color, sex, religion, or national origin, call the friendly folks at EEO for help, 4612. We Are Safe -A recent inspection confirmed that the Naval Base and Naval Air Station are some of the Navy's safest bases. For help on safety matters, call the Occupational Safety and Health Department, 4526 or 4529. Dailg *szetttte -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN .Comarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Oldr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey binaton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer JO2 Nail Gi lebeau, USN. ..Maneoln Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Fditor rs. Diane Ameian. Secetary Mrs. Ann-Eliabeth Efimoff.Prdction Assistant Nathan Durbin.Studant Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Studnt Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Ann Waggener.Reservist 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 Iily Gzette is printed five times a week at government expense on government egui t, at the Navy Publications erl Printing Service Branch Office. opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be constru as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cansarder, U.S. Naval Base. To the editor In your February 7 edition, try to enforce these under the "Scoop" column, you regulations as aftiently as ran a short article on they enforce vehicle "Unsafe Driving," referring regulations? to wearing headsets while driving. From time to time, there are other articles to help Guantanamo Bay residents be aware of certain driving regulations. These articles are nice to know. My questions are: Could you print the rules and regulations on bicycle riding and pedestrian walking? And; can base police Interested Resident Name Withheld By Request Dear Interested Resident, I will be glad to publish rules and regulations on bicycles and pedestrian walking. Beginning next week, I will run in the "Scoop," excerpts from COMNAVBASEGTMO INSTRUCTION 11,200.1B, Motor Vehicle and Traffic Regulations. As far as your second question is concerned, CWO4 Leonard Haberman, the security director, says his force is undermanned. However, he says base police do their best to enforce all regulations with equality. J02 Neil Guillebeau Managing Editor Captain's Hotline 4800 0 Pony Express Band --The Fleet Reserve Association presents the Pony Express Band at the Sweetheart Dance, Morin Center Ballroom, Saturday, February 15. The dance is Come in and see all the new and interesting books we have for you! "Silent Wings," by Gerard Devlin, (non-fiction), is about a saga of the U.S. Army and Marine combat glider pilots during World War II. "On Extended Wings," by Diane Ackerman, (nonfiction), is a true story about challengers, taking chances, and stretching one's limits. This is a book for anyone who has ever flown a plane or dreamed of it. "Footsteps," by Richard Holmes, (non-fiction), has adventures of a romantic English biographer, traveling alone through Europe in search of the romantic writers of the past. "Goren's New Bridge Complete," by Charles Goren, (non-fiction) is the new five-card majors edition, estensively revised, includes a chapter of the forcing notrump responces and limit raises, as well as one four-card major opening bids and responses. "The Marine Officer's Guide," (non-fiction), fifth edition, Naval Institute Press. "The Child Care Crisis," by Fedelle Maynard with foreword, by Burton White, (non-fiction) has the real open to all Guantanamo residents and fleet personnel, at a cost of $2 per person, or $3 per couple. Members of the band are (left to right) Jim Copeland, Sue Hilton, George Rack1, Rick Fischer and Phil Hermanson. Through the "Red Door" costs of day care for you and your child. "Weight Watchers International Cookbook," introduced by Jean Nidetch, (non-fiction), has more than 750 recipes from around the world with 24 full-color photographs picturing over 60 mounth-watering dishes. "Get Tough!" by Tom Fitzgerald (non-fiction), of the U.S. Special For* physical conditioning program. "Black Box-Kal 007," by Alexander Dallin (non-fiction) is about the fate of Korean Airliner, 007 and the Superpowers. Flight schedule DATE AIRCRAFT DEPARTS DESTINATION ARRIVES MON C-9 MEDEVAC 11:50 a.m. Roosey Road 1:50 p.m.* TUE C-12 (18-21) 8:00 a.m. Providenciales 9:00 a.m. THE C-12 (18-20) 8:00 a.m. Santo Domingo 10:10 a.m. TUE 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m TUE 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. THU C-141 Cargo 10:10 a.m. Roosey Road 12:10 p.m.* FRI 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. FRI 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. FRI C-12 (21-24) 8:00 a.m. Purta Plata 9:00 a.m. C-9 continues to Norfolk/Andrews. C-141 continues to Norfolk. Note: 1. All military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded that they must travel in Dress Blue uniform. 2. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry boat. Baggage limit on the flight is 20 pounds per person. 3. Space "A" passengers for MAC must take the 1:30 ferry with their baggage. 4. Ticketed passengers for MAC must bring their ticket and baggage, 8 -10 a.m. for Kingston, and 10 -11:45 a.m. for the Norfolk. Kingston passengers must take the 10:30 a.m. ferry. Norfolk passengers must take the 2:30 p.m. 2 Daily Gazette Friday, February 14, 1986

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tFhe YARD SALES Caravella Point 2A Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Lots of plants and other goodies. All must go. Villamar 93C (1st St.) Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Men, women and children clothing, toys, 25-inch color console TV, weight bench, pans plus much, much more. Granadillo Point 4B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? family pre-packout sale. Tierra K 48 Saturday from 8:30 until 11:30 a.m. There will be toys, a crib, children's clothes, 19-inch color TV in excellent condition and other misc. items. Marine Site 116 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Many items, clothes, toys, etc. Hob Hill 56A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Lots of craft and sewing supplies, paperback books galore, records, other misc. items. Come look. No early birds please. Marine Site 112 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Toys, linens, curtains, clothes (women's, men's, boys, girls, infant, maternity), and other misc. Trailer Park 1711 (First Loop) Saturday from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. Flowers and plants. LOST Men's black leather wallet, keep the money, return the w6let, no questions asked. w 2646 AT or 4720 DWH. Set of keys with clear plastic Toyota keyholder. If found, pleae call 4554 DWH or 2692 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '80 Kawasaki 440 LTD, great condition, 16,000 miles, new tires, plugs, points, bearings and cables, $1200. Call Bob at 3995 AT. '68 Yamaha 350 R-1 two stroke street bike. Needs new front end, engine runs. Will sell for $200 firm. Call PO Shober at 2125 DWH or 3748 AWH. '80 Puch moped MKII, good c ition, $225. Call Chuck 83 DWH. TWO WHEELER PARTS Motorcycle tires: one 3.25x18; one 2.75x18; one 2.75x19; two 3.00x17. Call Bob at 3995 AT. MISCELLANEOUS TV roof antenna, good condition, plus cable, $20. Call Bob at 3995 AT. Like new DP exercise bike, $35. Call Glenna at 2671 AT. WANTED Needed, experienced peron to repair a microwave. Call 3231 AT. AUTOS '85 Camaro Iroc-Z28, solid black with black interior. Has 5,600 miles, T-tops, a/c, p/b, p/s, tilt steering wheel, electric windows, electric mirrors, AM/FM stereo with cassette player and equalizer, 305 CED engine with fuel injection, automatic transmission with overdrive, $15,000 firm. Call Ed Wilson at 4954 or 4583. '76 VW Dasher, 4-speed, front wheel drive, new tires, good condition, inspection good until Oct. Reliable transportation, $900. Call Trevol at 2587 DWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT '85 (Studio 40) amplifier with equalization and reverb. two jack hook up, 150 watts and one Sure microphone with extension stand, $250/or best offer. Call 2587DWH or 2846 AWH. CARPETING One carpet, great condition, available now. Approx. 15x24 creamy tan, $125 or best offer. Call Ginat at 4438 DWH. Must sell before Feb. 21. AIR CONDITIONERS Fedders 24,000 BTU, works great, $100. Call Ray at 6239 DWH. Must sell before FEb. 21. BOAT MOTORS One 40hp Johnson outboard, runs well and in good shape. Call Gary at 3493 AT. One 40hp Evinrude outboard motor, runs well, needs starter. Call Gary at 3493 AT. GARDEN TOOL One lawn mower, very good shape. Comes with extra 3 1/2 hp engine. Call Gary at 3493 AT. APPLIANCES One Frigidare washer only three years old, very good shape, only needs a motor or this one can be fixed. Call Gary at 3493 AT. FURNITURE Early American style love seat and chair, green and white plaid; maple coffee table and two end tables. Call Terry at 2866 AT. CAMERA LENS One 28mm, 2.8 wide angle Signa lens for all Canon 35mn cameras. Lens comes with Skylight filter and case. All for $50. Call 2283 AWH or anytime on weekends. SERVICES Need a babysitter or someone to do odd jobs around the house. Call Barbara at 2390. Taxidermy. Only you know what makes a trophy. Have those fish mounted for years of enjoyment. I will be rotating in the hOtober timeframe, so if you want to have something mounted, try to get it to me before June/July. Call Mark Hays at 2671 AT. Safety tip: Mowers dangerous if misused The Naval Station Fire Department reports that over 62,000 persons are injured annually in lawn mower accidents. Many of these injuries are burns caused by careless use of the mower. Before using or cleaning your mower, follow these safety tips: o Do not smoke while fueling lawn mowers. Gasoline is explosive. o Wait for machines to cool before refueling. Wipe On a platt By Sue HiltonHappy Valentin' s Day. It is nice when asp cial day like this fallls on a Friday and plans can be made for the whdle weekend. i ndy Myer at Jet Fo warding tells me that sometimes she makes her breakfast souffle before she "goes out 1n the town" and then she always has something ready in case some friends want to drop by her place afterwards for "brunch." I bet this is perfect with ice cold tomato juice and a hot crispy batch of hash browns. Sheila Twilly at the Comptroller's Department donated the recipe for "Aggression Cookies." She tells me that she has been up spilled fuel immediately. Never fuel a running mower. o Store and pour gasoline carefully and keep it in an approved container with a tight fitting lid. o Check electric mower cords for frayed or damaged spots. Frayed insulation added to a metal mower, damp or wet grass, can cause lethal shocks or severe electrical burns. o Leave blade sharpening and electric repairs to giving this recipe out for years to just about everyone on the base. It sure came in handy for me this week. A new resident, Felicia Fisher, collects cookbooks, and has asked where she can obtain a copy of the GTMO cookbook. Could someone please contact me at 4671, so the information can be passed along, since I cannot talked, I have not been able to make any inquiries. Felicia, as soon as I have the information, you will be contacted. Thank you for your not and welcome to GTMO. Chocolate lovers of GIO, unite! Shall we have one article dedicated to only chocolate recipes? Breakfast Souffle (Donated by Lindy Myer) 3 eggs 4 oz. grated cheddar cheese 1/3 to 1/2 cup milk 5 slices bread 1/2 lb. bacon, cooked and Pinch of salt crushed into bits Butter and trim crust from bread, cut into quarters. Layer in bottom of greased 2-qt. casserole dish. Beat eggs, add pinch of salt, mix in milk and set aside. Sprinkle grated cheese over bread. Sprinkle bacon bits over cheese. Pour milk mixture evenly over everything. Let set overnight. Bake at 350 for 35-40 minutes. Serves 2-3. Recipe can be doubled. Aggression Cookies (Donated by Sheila Twilly) 3 cups brown sugar 6 cups oatmeal 3 cups margarine or butter 1 tbl. baking soda (or 1 1/2 cups of each) 3 cups flour Put all this in a huge bowl and mash, knead, squeeze. Then form into small balls, midway between filbert size and English walnut size on an ungreased cookie sheet. Butter the bottom of a small glass, dip it in granulated sugar and mash the balls flat. Keep doing it. (You need to butter the glass bottom only once or twice, but re-dip it in sugar for each ball.) Bake at 350 for 10-12 minutes. Makes approx. 15 dozen. Recipe can easily be reduced. Old Guantanamo-The "Battle Fleet" conducting maneuvers in Guantanamo Bay in professionals. o If you do your own cleaning and tune-up, disconnect the spark plug or remove it before beginning. If a blade is turned by hand, the mower can start if the spark plug is still intact. o Never leave the mower without turning it off. It takes only a few seconds to run :inside, and only a few seconds for the mower to run over someone and cause serious injury. Millions receive Valentine cards (AP) -Roses are red, violets are blue, Americans spend millions saying "I love you." In fact, you may be astounded to learn just how many valentines we send to one another. We will tell you, in a moment, on hearts and flowers. For the people who make and sell the love cards we buy and send, Valentine's Day is very big business. The greeting card industry says it markets $850 million Valentine's Day card each year in the U.S, $850 million. That is 3.7 valentines for every man, woman and child in America. If you figure $1.25 per card, many cost much, much more, it means valentines are a billion-dollar business. Love Love is patient; love is kind. Love is not jealous, it does not put on airs, it is not snobbish. Love is never rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not prone to anger; neither does it broad over injuries. Love does not rejoice in what is wrong but rejoices with the truth. There is no limit to love's forbearance, to its trust, its hope, its power to endure. There are in the end three things that last: faith, hope and love, and the greatest of these is love. 1 Cor. 13:4-9 1927. (Official U.S. Naval History Center photograph) Daily Gazette Friday, February 14, 1986

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Hawks rally from 15 poir (AP) -The Atlanta Hawks Wilkins showed the nm continue to keep a little fans in Sacramento pressure on first-place highest-scoring perform Milwaukee in the NBA's they have seen in person Central Division. The Hawks had 43 points, an Arco staved within four and a-half record. Missouri snaps losing streak upset eight-ranked Oklahoma (AP) -It was a rough night for Top 20 colleges basketball teams. Three lost, and two won by two points. Two other Top 20 teams avenged losses from earlier this season. Missouri snapped a four-game losing streak by upsetting eighth-ranked Oklahoma 101-88 in a game with 62 personal fouls and four technicals. Seven players fouled out. The Tigers kept the Sooners from getting a field goal until five minutes into the game while they built an 18-1 lead, and Missouri stayed at least eight points ahead the rest of the way. Jeff Strong and Derrick Chievous each scored 29 points for Thetma's Anthony Bowie netted 31. The victory let idle Kansas move a game and a-half ahead of the Sooners in the Big Eight standings. games of the Bucks by rallying from 15 points down to beat the Sacramento Kings 123-114 last night. Dominique Milwaukee beat the Jazz 113-106. Paul Pr had 24 points and e assists for the Bucks. Maryland edged 17th-ranked North Carolina State 67-66. The Terrapins blew a 13-point lead in second half, but two free throws by Len Bias with 1:26 left gave them the victory. Roger Harden buried a 23-foot jumper with five seconds left to boost eleventh-ranked Kentucky over eighteenth-ranked Alabama 73-71. Sixteen points from Jim Les helped thirteenth-ranked Bradley hold off Indiana State 54-52. Tenth-ranked Michigan moved into sole possession of first place in the Big Ten. The Wolverines, whose first loss this season came at Minnesota, whipped the Golden Gophers last night 92-56. Number-19 Louisville avenged a los$ by downing Cincinnati 74-58. Cardinal Billy Thompson scored 23. Glimpse Seven Player Trade (UPI) -The Chicago White Sox and New York Yankees hooked up in a seven-player trade yesterday. The principles in the deal are catcher Ron Hassey, who goes to the Yankees, and pitcher Neil Allen, who joins the Sox. The other players involved are minor leaguers. Ironically, Hassey became the property of the White Sox during the winter in a deal with the very same Yankees. Hilrose Games (UPI) -The spotlight will be on pole vaulters Billy Olson and Seruei Bubka at tonight's Milrose Games at New York's Madison Square Garden. Olson currently holds the indoor record at 19 feet, five and one-half inches and improved the mark four times this season. His Soviet counterpart is the outdoor record holder and better the indoor standard twice. In another headline event, Ireland's Eamonn Coghlan goes after an unpecedented seventh straight wanamaker mile. Daytona 500 (UPI) -Bill Elliott and Dale Earnhardt captured the twin, 125-mile qualifying races at Florida's Daytona International Speedway. The top 15 drivers from each race will start in Sunday's famed Daytona 500. The remainder of the 42-man field was determined by qualifying speeds produced Monday through Wednesday. Elliot is the defending champion in the 500 and once again will start on the pole. Thomas Defends World Boxing Championship (UPI) -Heavyweight Pinklon Thomas defends his World Boxing Council Championship against number-two contender Trevor Berbick on March 22 in Las Vegas. The bout is the first of what is being called "The Heavyweight World Series" that is designed to unifty the title. On the Thomas-Berbick undercard, Hector Camacho will defend his WBC lightweight title against Mexican champion Sergio Zanbrano. 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. GBYAA Baseball -In view of a number of requests, the GBYAA is extending registeration for youth baseball through Sunday, February 16. Hours of registration for youth baseball are fran 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 girl's only fast-pitch softball. Last chance as we have to order equipment now. For 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 itGinty, 2118. Unaccompanied Valentine's Pool Party -February 15 from 7 p.m. -11 p.m. at Leeward Point Swimming Pool. Cost of $2 includes refreshments and music. Feel free to bring your own music to have played. Take a chance and meet some new people, who knows it may turn out to be the best thing you have ever done. Exploring The Underwater World -This is the firs our series of photographs exploring sealife underwa (Photo by AFAVC Diving Team) it deficit for win w NBA Boston's Larry Bird had his the third triple-double of the mance season. Bird garnered 31 n. He points, 15 rebounds and Arena eleven assists as the Celtics beat the Supersonics in Utah Seattle 107-98. essey Marques Johnson threw in 24 eight points and Rory White added 20 for the Clippers. Los Angeles held off the Portland Trail Blazers 118-113. Philadelphia's big men led the 76ers past the New k Knicks 95-92. Charles Bay turned in 29 points an 7 rebounds while Noses Malone a adding 23 points and 13 rebounds. y i Eric Floyd scored four points in the last eleven seconds to give Golden State a 109-105 win over Washington. Floyd finished with 25 points. Joe Barry Carroll hit 34 and Purvis Short netted 26 for the Warriors. Bullet Jeff Malone scored 36, he has tallied 79 points in his last twe games, and he is averaging 30 points a-game in his last nine outings. Twenty-five points from Artis Gilmore and 23 e from Alvin Robertson q the San Antonio Spurs at the Houston Rockets 119-115. The Cleveland Cavaliers had 17 steals and put seven players in double figures during their 135-117 win over the New Jersey Jets. isFlyers victorious iAP) -Last nightinthe NHL, Tim Kerr scored twice to lead the Philadelphia Flyers post the New York Islanders 6-3. The New Jersey Devilsended Mntreal 4-3. Mats Naslundof the Canadians got his 300th career point during the game on a penalty shot.r i Two Rob Ramage assists helped the St. Louis Blues clip the Minnesota North 6tars 5-3. Curt Fraser's third goal gave the Chicago Blackhawks a at in 5-4 overtime victory over Mter. Toronto. Miroslav Frycer of the Maple Leafs also had a hat trick. The Sportsman By Charles Morey "All roads lead to Rome" was the boast before and during the decline and fall of the Roman Empire. In the National Football League it can be said that "All roads lead from Dallas." They do when it comes to getting head coaching jobs. There are six coaches in the NFL who either played, served as an assistant coach, or did both under Tom Landry in Dallas. The latest to get top billing in an NFL city is Gene Stallings, the new coach of the St. Louis Cardinals. Stallings was an assistant to Landry from 1972 to 1985. Mike Ditka, the boss of the Bears, was both a player and an assistant to Landry before moving to Soldier Field. His Super Bowl opponent, Ray Berry of the losing New England Patriots, was on Landry's staff in 1968 and 1969. Forrest Gregg, the Green Bay honcho, played one year under Landry in 1971 after starring for a number of seasons with the Packers. John Mackovic, still with Kansas City after a tough season, was Tom's offensive coordinator in 1981 and 1982. His predecessor in that job, Dan Reeves, is now the coach of the Denver Broncos. Reeves played for Dallas and later was an assistant. Assistant coaches get little publicity, but they play an important part in the success or failure of a pro football team. No matter what Mike Ditka says now about his long-gone defensive coordinator at Chicago, there is no question about the fact that Buddy Ryan played a major part in the defense of the Super Bowl champions. No head coach anywhere ever had two assistants like Jim Lee Howell of the New York Giants did in 1958. His offensive coordinator was Vince Lmbardi. His defensive planner was Tom Landry. Both went on to magnificent careers as head coaches. In the 1958 NFL championship contest at Yankee Stadium between the Giants and Baltimore Colts, Howell overruled Lombardi at a key moment. If Vince had prevailed, the Giants might have won the battle, still billed as "The greatest game ever played." With about two minutes to play, perhaps less, the Giants had short yardage on third down somewhere around their 30-yard line. They were leading, 17-14. They sent Frank Gifford on a dive off tackle, and he was brought down by the great Baltimore defensive end, Gino Marchetti. Marchetti broke his leg on the play. The spot of the ball, still being debated, left the Giants about two inches short of key first down. On the sidelines, i wanted to go for it. Howell said no, and sent his punter, Don Chandler, into the game. Chandler kicked the ball into deep Baltimore territory. Johnny Unitas, "Mr. Cool" with money on the line, drove the Colts downfield and got then in position for a tying field goal, booted by Steve Myhara. The game went into overtime, and the Colts won it on a one-yard scoring plunge by Alan Ameche. If the Giants had made th key first down, they probably would have been able to run out the clock. "Ifs" never won a football game. Daily Gazette Friday, February 14, 1986 I \\' CC)


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