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Vol. 42 -- No. 32 - U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper re Tuesday, 'Feb. 1 8, 1986


M arcos supporters feel boycott squeeze
PI) -- Some Philippine exchanges. run television building.
businesses supporting Presi- Three pro-government news- Riot police kept them fran dent Marcos are feeling the paper offices appear to have approaching the embassy squeeze of an opposition less advertising. Youths gates. boycott. marched in front of the U.S. lawmakers have asked
Challenger Corazon Aquino newspaper offices and urged President Reagan to crack called for a boycott after people not to buy the papers, down on Marcos. Senator Carl Marcos was declared winner of At seven banks Aquino urged Levin, a Michigan Democrat, the controversial February 7 her backers to shun, business says Marcos has no right to election, appeared normal, rule and should resign.
San Miguel Corporation, a Thousands of youths Reagan himself says Marcos' food and beef company, has protested today in front of re-election was marked by lost business. Its stock fell the U.S. Ebassy in Manila "widespread fraud and 18 percent on stock and at the country's state- violence."


membership into their square dance club. If
you think you would like to swing along, call Mike August at 4966. (Photo by PH3 Leon Dudley)


(UPI) -- A Senate panel opens hearings today on the space shuttle Challenger explosion.
The head of the presidential commission
investigating the tragedy is among those expected to appear before the Senate sub*mittee on science, ology and space. Besides
former Secretary of State William Rogers, ex-astronaut and presidential commission
member Neil Armstrong and NASA shuttle chief Jesse
Moore are also scheduled to testify.
Rogers last weekend asked NASA to bar anyone involved in the decision to launch


Challenger from taking part
in the agency's own probe of the disaster. According to CBS news reports, that
request came after engineers with the builder of the shuttle's solid-fuel booster
rockets said they recommend against the launch. The reports say the engineers were worried about the effect
the cold weather might have had on crucial rubber seals in the boosters.
Challenger was launched in 38-degree weather after a night of sub-freezing temperatures at Cape Canaveral.
An apparent rupture in the


It has been three weeks since the tragedy, and NASA officials think they have found the right-side booster on the Atlantic Ocean floor. A small research submarine has taken pictures of the wreckage for positive identification. Today, a
larger research sub is to arrive on the scene to assist in recovery efforts.


Tylenol capsules taken off the market


(UPI) -- The makers of
Tylenol are vowing to retain their domination over the aspirin-substitute market, despite the latest setback.
hnson and Johnson Lzced yesterday that it is pulling extra-strength Tylenol capsules and all of its other over-the-counter
medications in capsule form off the market. Says Chairman
James Burke, "We feel the company can no longer
guarantee the safety of capsules."
The action comes in the wake of the death of a Peekskill, N.Y., women who took two cyanide-laced extra-strength Tylenol
capsules. Johnson and Johnson suspended the manufacture and sale of Tylenol capsules last week. Following the discovery of a second tainted bottle of Tylenol in suburban New York,


18 states and Washington, D.C., banned the sale of the capsules.
The capsules account for
nearly one-third of Tylenol sales. Burke says the company
will retool its plants to concentrate on the other
forms of Tylenol, including


tablets and so-called "caplets" developed as an answer to the first Tylenol poisonings in 1982. That is
when the seven Chicago-area people died after taking cyanide-tainted Tylenol capsules.


Diplomat defects with


(UPI) -- A western source in Greece says a Soviet diplomat
having an affair with his son's nanny defected with her
and the boy in Athens on Friday.
The reported defector was Victor Gudarev. He is
officially registered as a diplomat in the Soviet Embassy's commerical section.
The source says he actually worked for the Soviet Intelligence Unit GRU.


son


The source says Gudarev, his son, Maxim, and Maxim's Russian nanny, have now left
Greece and asked for asylum in the United States.
The source says Gudarev's wife was jealous because he
was having an affair with the nanny.
The Greek government has not commented. A Greek
intelligence source confirms the defection.


News of the bay


Black American Artist's Paintings Exhibit -There is an exhibit of prints of famous black American
artist's paintings in the garden area of the elementary school. The money for the prints was donated by the Guantanamo Bay Officers' Wives Club. The exhibit was prepared by Lisa Ayotte, high school cooperative work experience student. The display may be viewed now through the end of February.

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: MS2 Randy and Sue Friant
Baby: Melissa Ann
Born: January 15
Weight: 8 pounds, 11 1/4 ounces

Parents: J02 Neil and Karen Guillebeau
Baby: Trisha Renee
Born: February 14, St. Valentine's Day
Weight: 7 pounds, 1 ounce


Around the globe


Actor Howard Da Silva Dies (UPI) -- The New York Times reports actor Howard Da Silva died Sunday in Ossining, N.Y. He was'7#Da Silva'sstage and movie career spanned nearly 60 years. He was nominated for
Oscars for roles in "Lost Weekend" and "Two Years before the Mast." Da Silva was an unfriendly witness before a house comittee investigating Communism in show business. As a result he was blacklisted in the 1950s.
White Supremacist Movement Grows (UPI) -- A coalition of religious and civil rights leaders warned at a Seattle Symposium yesterday of a growing white supremacist movement allegedly seeking to make five northwest states a whites-only bastion, free of Jews and other minorities. The coalition warned that
Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Wyoming are particularly vulnerable to the ultra-right groups because of large white populations suffering high unemployment, especially in rural areas.

Dow Chemical of Canada Fined (UPI) -- A judge in the Canadian province of Ontario fined Dow Chemical of Canada $11,500 because of a chemical spill into the St. Clair River upstream from Detroit. The spill cost the company $3.25 million to clean up. Environmental protesters outside the courthouse called the fine
"laughably small."

Sixteen Killed In Fire (UPI) - It took Brazialian firefighters 11 hours to control a fire which broke out on the tenth floor of a high-rise office building in downtown Rio De Janeiro. Up to 16 people were killed and it is feared the final toll could reach 30. Many of those killed were elderly caught in a pension office. Long shards of hot glass and chunks of concrete rained down on fire fighters as they tried to'control the
blaze.

Tension In Johannesburg (UPI) -- South African police in Johannesburg's Alexandra ghetto report tension, but quiet early today. The apparent impasse follows three days of riots in which police shot and killed at least 10 people and possibly as many as 16.

Director Says Alcohol Abusers Built Shuttles (UPI) -- A former medical director at Rockwell Interational says, on KNWZ in Palm Dessert, Calif., that serious drug and alcohol abuse may have led to shoddy workmanship by employees who helped build shuttles, including the Challenger.


Inside
Page 2 -- Cookouts
Page 2 "- Cookie Criubles"
Page 3 -- Seabee Queen Candidates
Page 3 -- Drinking And Driving
Page 4 -- Suns Beat Celtics


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FIKe


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder -- A presentation
on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder of the Vietnam
veteran will be given for all of the Guantanamo Bay
community, tomorrow, February 19, 6:30 - 8 p.m., in the
Family Service Center Training Room. This problem
affects thousands of Americans daily and is a problem
that is misunderstood by many. YNI Jim Berger of the Counseling and Assistance Center will he the speaker.
Call the FSC, 4141 or 4153, to register or for more
information.

Family Ombudsman -- The February Qmbudsman meeting is being held Thursday, February 20, 4:45 p.m., in the Family Service Center Conference Room. Navy Relief will be the topic for discussion. For more information, call
Susan Byrd, 4141 or 4153.

CPO February Hail And Farewell -- The CPO
February Hail and Farewell will be held Saturday,
February 22, with cocktails at 6 p.m., and dinner at 7
p.m. Dancing will start at 9 p.m. All CPOs are
encouraged to to attend this gala event, greeting those arriving and bidding farewell to those departing. Watch
TV8 and the Gazette, for more details.

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

Health Care Consumer's Council --The Naval
Health Care Consumer's Council will meet Wednesday, February 26, 1 p.m., in the hospital education and training classroom. For more information, call 7276
DWH.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that the Ford
dealer will be at the Main Exchange from Friday,
February 21 through Tuesday, March 4.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that income tax
service is available through Friday, March 14, on a fee
basis and will be located in the Navy Lodge. Patrons
may make appointments by calling 3103.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that Income Tax
Service will be provided to Leeward people on
Wednesdays, tomorrow, February 26, March 5 and 12, on a
fee basis and will be located in the Mini-Mart Annex,
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Patrons may make appointments by
calling 6425.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Are you just moving to
the island? The MCX has a very nice selection of sofas, chairs, wicker table and chair sets. If you need it, we
have it! Ask for assistance in the Customer Service
Department of the main store. You will be given a
private viewing of our furniture.
Marine Corps Exchange -- Are you getting ready to leave the island? Does your pet need a travel carrier?
The MCX has four different size pet carriers. Come get
the size you need and let your animal travel in
comfort.

Marine Corps Exchange -- The MCX has a real nice selection of assorted giftware and all those hard to
find kitchen gadgets. Come early for the best
selections.









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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN .................Carmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qdr. Rick Fischer, USN.............. Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceB ton............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil %uilleeau, USN .......................Managing BEitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN............................ AssisEant Fditor
Mrs. Diane Aneiman .................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Nathan Durbin .............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez ........................... Student 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 n e rs, under the direction of theb public affairs officer. The Daily Gzette is printed five tines a eek at governet expense on governent equipment, at the Nav Publications and Printing Service Brarch Office. le opinions and statements that appear Ferein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Caimmander, U.S. Naval Base.


Be a member of the


Pirates Booster Club

Your help and enthusiasm are needed as a member of the W.T. Sampson High School's Pirates Booster Club. This new group will have its first organizational meeting tonight, 7 p.m. in the high school library.

The objectives of this club are to promote attendance for functions and to provide financial support for activities and scholarships of W.T. Sampson High
School. If you have any questions, please call Cookie, 3637.


I

Cookouts are fun if done safely


Hot dogs and burgers cooked on the grill are tastes hard to beat. The Naval Station
Fire Department reminds you that outdoor cooking can also
lead to tragedy when carelessness causes serious



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"Cookie Crumbles" is an "opinion" by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command or the U.S.
Navy.
Shades of the past flared up when I heard the news last week that additional flavors were at Baskin Robbins. I invisioned new exotic flavors
being added to the "31" that were here for the November 13, 1980 opening.
How exciting to be here again for this addition!
Prior to Baskin Robbins, opening, the old timers had become quite proficient at improvising their own
sundaes. One could pick up a package of chocolate kisses and a bag of frozen strawberries, place them in the
car, and upon their arrival at home have an instant strawberry and chocolate
"goo" to top the frozen milk they had bought earlier.
Natives counted the days for the 4th of July queen candidates to start selling banana splits. What a great evening that was when the
commanding officer announced on TV, that the rumor a Baskin Robbins would open in Guantanamo Bay was true.
From the fenceline to the MAC terminal, subjects of conversations always included the Baskin Robbins opening.
Just think about it, 31 flavors, all those sundaes! Yet the wait was taking its toll on Gtmonians. I could even see the affect on my
kids. Their sibling rivalry changed from, "I'm going to tell mommy," to "you won't get to go to Baskin Robbins!"
Marines jogging on the roads began chanting .... "We are jogging down the street, out here in this GTMO heat. For our CO has told us all, we will be first to get the
call!"
"Oooh! Raaah!"
"Baskin! Coming soon for
wmen and men!"
"Robbins! In all our dreams, we confess."
"Oooh! Raaah!"
"Thirty-one flavors in GTMO, ready to eat there, or to go. Just as in our history's past, we will be there first and last!"
"Oooh! Raaah!"
Guantanamo Bay Little
Theatre members were per-


burns. Use common sense and remember to cook safely.
o Use charcoal lighter fluid safely. Never use
gasoline to start or freshen a fire. Gasoline is explosive
and much too dangerous to use


Cookie




-By Cookie Johnson-,


forming, "31 Ways To Drop Ice Cream Follies" every weekend, and a high school student, who had learned to recite all the 31 flavors in less than a
minute, was performing at the
lyceums.
At Hail and Farewell
gatherings, newcomers could
not understand the comment made by people leaving as they mumbled, "Why didn't I ask for an extension?"
Newborn babies were being
named, Baskin or Robbins.
Just in the nick of time
the mania was finally interrupted by the opening.
What a day, surely one which
will be noted in Guantanamo
Bay's history.

During the years, Baskin
Robbins' employees have never been phased when they make banana splits without bananas or realize 16 of their 31 ice
cream drums are filled with
chocolate!
But now for today's news,
"Additional flavors now available." I could not wait,
I made a "Bee Line" to the Mini-Mart and asked what are your additional flavors now
available?
My expectations had my
mouth watering. Then the
young man smiled and answered, "Vanilla and
strawberry."


on grills. Be cautious with charcoal lighter fluid. Use
on coals only before the fire is lit. If your try to ignite the stream of liquid and burn
back into the can, causing it to explode in your hands.
o Try using electric starters in place of lighter fluids.
o Place grills where they
will not tip over or ignite objects above them. Do not use on balconies or under awnings.
o Never bring a grillA the home. The carbon m6noW produced by burning charcoal can be dangerous in an enclosed space.
o Have a container of water
or garden hose ready to extinguish a fire. o Keep children away from fires and grills. They may
try to climb on the grill to see what is cooking.
o If anyone is burned by outdoor cooking, cool the
burn with water immediately. Cover the burn with a clean cloth and seek emergency help. Call the ambulance, il.
o Though- coals may appear cold, always soak them after cooking. Unsoaked coals can re-light a day later.
o Keep grills outside of tents and recreational vehicles.
o Keep damp or wet coals in a well-ventilated area. During the drying process, spontaneous combustion can occur in confined areas. If a bag of charcoal gets wet, leave it outside, away from the house.


Captain's Hotline
4800


CPO LUNCHEOI
with

Commander, U.S. Naval


0


Base


The Commander's luncheon for all CPO's is just around the corner. Mark, your calendar, plan to attend!
When: 1130 - 1330 Wednesday, 26 February 1986
Where: CPO Club, Harbor Lights Lounge
Menu: Buffet (No orders will be taken from the menu)
Cost: $3.75/person


CAPT John R. Condon will make a few comments following the luncheon, then
open the floor to questions.
Personnel wishing to submit agenda items should do so by contacting C/MC BMCM'Summerlin, 3239, NLT 19 February


Tuesday, February 18, 1986


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TWO WHEELERS
'82 Kawasaki KZ440 LTD, very good condition. Brand new parts still in box, three new tires, two front/one rear; two new mufflers; one self
lubricating chain; one horn; plugs and air filter; two tubes motorcycle sealer and balancer. Also one 440 Kawasaki for fixing up or for parts, $1100 for all. Call 2828 AT.

* Kawasaki 500, needs
ch cable and some reassembling. Will sell as
parts or complete. Call Gary at 3493 AT.
---------------------'84 Honda Aero 125 motor scooter, excellent condition, runs great, $800. Available now. Call RMCS Porter at 4842 DWH or 3221 AWH.
----------------------'85 Honda Elite 150cc Deluxe, four months old, eight months remain on warranty. Helmet
and cover included, $1200. Call Jpe at 4164 DWH.

'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 P0 Shober at 2125 DWH or 3748 AWH.
---------------------'80 Puch moped MKII, good condition, $225. Call Chuck at 6483 DWH.
TWO WHEELER PARTS
Motorcycle tires: one 3.25x18; one 2.75x18; one 2mT~x19; two 3.O0x17. Call t 3995 AT. W AUTOS
'77 Plymouth Volare, two-door, a/t, p/s, p/b, runs great. Looks not so great.
Available Feb. 19 for only $850. Call RMCS Porter at 4842 DWH or 3221 AWH.

'71 Plymouth Fury wagon, good dependable transportation,
$500 neg. Available at Ferry Landing on March 18. Call 2270 AWH.

'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 sjo with cassette player an qualizer, 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.
AUTO PARTS
Chevy 3-speed transmission with all accessories. Call Ed at 3202 AT.
BICYCLE
Men's Raleigh 10-speed bike, $60. Call 2539 AT.


LOST
Men's black leather wallet, keep the money, return the wallet, no questions asked.
Call 2646 AT or 4720 DWH.

Set of keys with clear plastic Toyota keyholder. If found, pleae call 4554 DWH or 2692 AWH.
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.
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.

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 4Ohp 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.


1986 Seabee Queen Candidates


Christina Byrd

"I am from Temple City, Calif. Both of my grandpa's were builders in the Seabees during World War II. They told me about the Bees and I wanted to be one, and now I
am."1


Caroll Van Dalen

"I 'm 21 years old from
Milton, Fla. I joined the Seabee's because I wanted to do some type of work in the construction field."


Meleah Phillips

"I am from Dunmore, W. Va. I joined the Navy to learn a trade and to further my education. I enjoy seeing new places and making new friends from all over the world."



















Debra Nelson

"I joined the Seabee's because I wanted to work outdoors, and I wanted to do something different with my
life."


Theresa Place


"I am from Northern, N.M. I went to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. I joined the Navy as an engineering aid, as luck would have it, this is a Seabee rate. I'm proud to be a Seabee."


Ticket sales
One of these lovely ladies will be crowned Seabee Queen for 1986 at the 44th Annual Civil Engineer Corps/Seabee Ball on March 1. Tickets are being sold on Feb. 20 for all PWD military; Feb. 21 for all PWD civilian employees and Feb. 24 for all other personnel at the FWbD Conference Room from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. each day. Prices are El-E3 $4; E4-E6 $6; E7-E9 $10; WOI-03 $12 and 04 and above $15 including
civilians.


Drinking and-driving: The liver connection


By Torm Joyce
(AFPS) -- Military people know the effects of excessive alcohol consumption. Articles
15 for drunken driving, excessive pain and suffering due to accidents while under the influence, and even promising military careers
down the drain because of "the bottle."
In addition to all of that heartache, there is the physical side to alcohol abuse. Cirrhosis of the liver
is just one potentially deadly side effect of excessive alcohol abuse.
At just between three and four pounds, the liver is one of the body's most efficient
and hardest working organs. But, it too, has limits.
The liver is important
because it clears fat soluble toxins from the body, much like the kidneys clear water soluble toxins. It produces bile, the vehicle used for getting ride of waste. The
liver regulates energy by synthesizing and metabolizing sugars and proteins in the blood.
But as important and efficient as the liver is, it is not a very good drinker. Just one cocktail can transiently increase the amount of fat in the liver. With continued alcohol abuse,
liver cells are irreversibly injured, die and become replaced by scar tissue. This leads to cirrhosis of the liver, an affliction that will develop in 15-20 percent of heavy drinkers.
Moderate drinkers can also get cirrhosis. Maj. (Dr.) Anna Mae Diehl, assistant
professor of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, the nation's only military
medical school, said that alcohol is the main cause of


liver injury in alcohol abusers, but not the only contributing factor. "The genetic makeup of the person, inadequate diets, coincident viral infection or drug-induced injury can contribute to cirrhosis," she said.
Once cirrhosis has developed, the liver has
fewer functional liver cells than normal and the normal architecture of the liver has been disrupted by regenerating liver cells and
by the deposition of scar tissue. The loss of functional liver tissue and architectural distortion
cause the symptoms and signs of advanced liver disease.
Diehl pointed out that the cirrhosis is difficult to detect in its early stages because the liver is so efficient. "The majority of the lover can be damaged and it will still function normally," she said. "However, at some point, a critical amount of liver is lost and symptoms become evident."
With diminished liver function, bilirubin, the main pigment in bile, can no longer be cleared from the blood and begins to stain the skin and the eyes yellow. The stools become white and the urine the color of iced-tea. Liver regulation of body energy falters, and the blood sugar can fall to dangerously low levels.
Patients with such advanced liver disease are frequently fatigued and wasted in appearance. There is decreased liver synthesis of the proteins that permit the blood to clot, and excessive bleeding can become a problem. The lover is also responsible for breaking down
the female sex hormones found


in all men. When the liver is not functioning properly,
male breasts enlarge, the testicles shrink, and
impotence develops.
The increased scar tissue in the cirrhotic liver prevents easy egress of the
blood that normally drains through the liver. The liver begins to act like a dam, and blood begins to back up in the vessels draining the
abdominal organs. These overloaded veins occasionally
rupture resulting in massive internal bleeding, often accompanied by vomiting of blood. Such bleeding may be fatal.
Fortunately, some of the injuries to the liver are reversible if people stop
drinking. The degree to which you recover is determined by what point you stop abusing the liver, said Diehl. "Once
the liver has been scarred," she said, "it will never completely return to normal. Especially once you have
abused that critical amount of liver that you need to function somewhat normally."

Alcohol still

takes its toll

o Percent of fatally injured drivers who were intoxicated in 1980? 50.
o Percent of fatally injured drivers who were intoxicated in 1984? 43.
o Number of people injured each ye ar in alcohol-related crashes? 650,000. o Number of those injuries
that are serious? 65,000. o Percent of fatally injured victims in alcohol-involved crashes who are alcohol-invol-ied drivers? 52


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Sanders leads Suns over Celtics


Syracuse beats Pittsburgh


(AP) -- The ninth-ranked Syracuse Orangemen put a little tighter hold on first place in the Big East Conference last night. They
held off Pittsburgh 69-62.
Junior guard Dwayne "Pearl" Washington led the way with
23 points, including six key ones late in the game. Washington scored four points
immediately after Pitt had drawn within one in the closing minutes.
Number-ll Nevada-Las Vegas clinched a tie for the Pacific Coast Athletic
Association title by outscoring Fullerton State
92-83. Freddie Banks scored 27 points and Anthony Jones netted 26 for the Rebels.
Louisville jumped to a 23-10 lead and held off Southern Mississippi 83-74. The Golden Eagles drew within one point in the second half,
but did not catch up. Senior forward Billy Thompson had 19
points for the Cardinals. Sophomore Derrek Hamilton had 27 for Southern Mississippi.
Navy entered the poll yesterday at number-17, and the Midshipmen rolled past
William and Mary last night


Flyers rout

Jets 8-4

(AP/UPI) -- Short-handed goals can give a team a big lift and often are very
discouraging for the opposition. Philadelphia's Dave Poulin scored during a Winnipeg power play yesterday, snapping a 2-2 tie early in the second period.
The Flyers added two more goals in the period and went to rout the Jets, 8-4.
In the only other National Hockey League game, Brian Erickson's overtime goal, his second of the night, gave the
Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 victory at Montreal.


66-51. Six-foot-eleven junior center David Robinson collected 19 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocked shots. Navy broke open the game with a run of 17
straight points in the first half.
North Carolina is number one in the Associated Press College Basketball Poll for the thirteenth week in a row. Duke is next, followed by Kansas, Memphis State and
Georgia-Tech as the top five teams remained unchanged from
a week ago.
St. Johns is sixth. Then come Michigan, Kentucky, Syracuse and Oklahoma.
Nevada-Las Vegas is eleventh and Bradley twelfth. The rest of the Top 20 includes, in order,
Georgetown, Notre Dame, Indiana, Louisville, Navy, Virginia Tech, Michigan State and North Carolina State.


(AP) -- The Phoenix Suns enjoyed their first NBA victory over Boston in four years last night. The Suns beat the Celtics 106-101
behind 20 points from Walter Davis. Mike Sanders kept
Phoenix ahead by scoring all of his 14 points in the last quarter.
Isiah Thomas scored 31 points and Kelly Tripucka hit 30 as Detroit scampered past the Utah Jazz 117-96. The Pistons have won seven of their last eight games, and
14 of their last 18. They have gone from five games under 500 to five games over 500.
The Milwaukee Bucks beat Philadelphia 111-106 behind 28 points from Sidney Moncrief and 24 from Terry Cummings.
Roland Blackman set a Meadowlands Arena record with
42 points as the Dallas Mavericks edged the New Jersey Nets 126-124.
Seattle battled past Atlanta 100-87. Xavier
McDaniel of the Supersonics and Kevin Willis of the Hawks
were ejected from the game for fighting.
Cleveland topped the New York Knicks 111-97. Roy Hinson netted 24 points and


. Glimpse


Soccer All-Star Game (UPI) -- Injuries have forced some lineup changes for last night's seventh annual Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star game in Chicago. Three-time MVP Stan Stamenkovic of the Baltimore Blast was injured in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. He will be replaced by Drago Dunbovic of the Chicago Sting. The West has won four of the last five All-Star games, including the 11-7 victory in Richfield, Ohio, last year.

Hawaiian Open (UPI) -- Hal Sutton and West Germany's Bernard Langer are a close one-two on Pro golf's money-winning list. Through the Hawaiian Open, Sutton has earned $141,960. Langer is only $278 behind and Calvin Peete is a close third with earnings of $138,803.

Witherspoon On Probation (UPI) -- The Georgia State Boxing Commission has placed WBA Heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon on probation for the rest of the year. Witherspoon used marijuana before his title victory over
Tony Tubbs in Atlanta last month. If Witherspoon breaks the terms of his probation and loses his license in Georgia, he could be banned from fighting in the U.S. The Georgia commission's chairman says members of the National Association of Boxing Commissioners honor each other's suspensions.


World B. Free tossed in 23 for the Cavs. John Bagley added 17 points and 15 assists. Eddie Johnson hit four three-pointers and finished with 15 points.
Washington forward Kevin McKenna hit five threepointers on the way to a career-high 25 points. McKenna and Rookie Manute Bol who blocked 10 shots, led the
Bullets past the Los Angeles Clippers 96-94.
Indiana's Vern Fleming had 17 assists in the Pacers' 124-110 victory over the


Chicago Bulls. Herb Williams and Ron Anderson each scored 22 points for the Pacers.

Ralph Sampson started at center for the first time in two years, scored 25 points, and led Houston past the Golden State Warriors 116-110.
The Rockets say a sprained knee ligament will keep
center Akeem Olajuwon out of action at least two we Olajuwon's averaging abo* points and 11 rebounds
a game.


Area athletics.


PADI Dive Classes -- Want to get more out of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Take PADI Open Water Dive class, starting today. For untouched underwater life, off-shore boat diving in beautiful clear blue water, sign up for PADI Advance Dive Class, beginning Wednesday, March 5. For more information call NelsPalm, PADI dive instructor at 3331.

Diving -- The following are the last scuba courses to be offered by the master.
February 27 Advanced Open Water, $65
March 5 Open Water Diver,$115
March 14 Boat Diving Specialty, $25
March 26 Advanced Open Water, $65
For further information contact Keith Mattson master instructor at 3550 AWH/4947 DWH.

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

Volleyball -- The Intercommand Volleyball Organizational meeting will be held tomorrow, February 19 at 5 p.m. in the Recreation Services Office, across from Cooper Field.


Sports memory


Youngster could not strike out Cobb


(UPI) -- Back in 1916,
Detroit manager Hughie Jennings received a-letter
from a small town in Michigan. In the letter, a youngster claimed that he
could strike out the legendary Ty Cobb anytime, on just three pitches.
The letter also noted that train fare to Detroit was only $1.80.
Jennings sent the money.
When the pitcher showed up, Jennings saw a gangly, 6-foot-4 kid. But, the manager figured he had


nothing to lose, and had the pitcher warm up.
Then, in stepped Cobb, who promptly drilled the first
pitch off the right field wall. Cobb sent the next pitch over the wall. The
third pitch went flying over the centerfield barrier. Jennings obviously was a little miffed and asked the kid what he had to say for himself.
The pitcher stared in at the batter's box and said, "You know, I don't belief that's Ty Cobb in there." _


(UPI) -- The legendary Joe Lapchick may have been
the most nervous basketball coach of all time.
Back in 1944, his St. John's team was playing DePaul. The Blue Demons' were led by scoring
machine George Mikan. But Mikan fouled out with five minutes left in the game and the Redmen grabbed the lead. But Lipchick did not know. He had already fainted.
In 1954, Lapchick was coaching the NBA's New


York Knicks in a game against Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne trailed but mounted a comeback and won with two seconds remaining. At that point, Joe collapsed and spent three days in the hospital.
Sometimes, he directed his bursts toward the referees. One night, he was so upset with the officiating he threw a full bucket of water into the air, and the whole ball of wax came right hack down, on Joe.


Lendi, Connors reach quarter finals


(AP) -- Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors have reached the
quarter final, round of the International Players Championships in Boca Raton, Fla.
Lendl battled past Jimmy
Arias 6-1, 7-5 yesterday. Connors led Thierry Tulasne
6-1, 5-2 before struggling to a 6-1, 5-7, 7-6 victory. Connors won the tiebreaker


Yesterday's other winners
included Stefan Edberg and Joakim Nystrom of Sweden, France's Vannick Noah, and
Frenchnan Guy Forget, who has reached the round of eight without facing any of the tournament's 32 seeded
players.
Womens' quarter final round is today.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


Once upon a time there was an athlete who had it all, speed, muscle, coordination, and that magical thing called
intelligence.
He had so much of the latter, he never once checked
into a rehabilitation center for treatment of drug addiction, alcoholism, income
tax evasion or passing a red light in front of a police station.
He did not even have a agent. One reason being he was a college athlete. Agents
are not unknown in today's collegiate circles.
Our hero was always a gentlemen. He had a girl friend and he was the soul of affection, attention,
understanding and generosity with her. He never strayed,
although on one memorable occasion he heeded the plea of H.L. Mencken and "winked at a homely girl." She did not wink back, which saved him some embarrassment.
He never complained about a
'teammate. He never blasted his coaches in the new media.


He never alibied a defeat. He never had to, he never lost.
His specialties were baseball and football. Everybody knew that he could have taken up golf, tennis, volleyball or badminton and been a champ.
Does he sound unreal? Well,
he was. He was a fictional character from the pen of long-forgotten writer named Burt L. Standish. Our hero's name was Frank Meriwell and he blazed the name of Yale across the sports heavens in the era long ago but still remembered.
For Livingstone Bramble it
was a happy anniversary. One year to the day after he made his first successful defense of the MA lightweight title, he made another. This also was successful. On Sunday in Reno, Nevada, Bramble knocked
out challenger Tyrone Crawley in 13 rounds.
There was no rust showing on the champion despite his
12-month layoff. He was the clever puncher who was too much for Boom-Boom Mancini in


the past.
Bramble calls himself a thinking man's fighter. He is not a take-out puncher with
one glove. Livingstone is basically a counterpuncher and loves to go toe-to-toe with his opponents. He is a switch hitter. He will attack
with a left lead and then shuffle his shoes and go to a right.
Bramble did a lot g thinking before the fight at one stage insisted that he would put Crawley to sleep in
less than eight rounds. Then he got cautious and said he
might have to go 15 to win. He ended up splitting the difference.
The loser on Sunday, Crawley, is the son of a
retired Philadelphia policeman and for a time
studied criminal justice at Temple University.
He dropped out after a couple of years but hopes to return to school and get his degree.


4 Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 18, 1986


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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 32 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Tuesday, Feb. 18, 1986 I. I arcos supporters feel boycott squeeze PI) -Some Philippine exchanges. run television building. businesses supporting PresiThree pro-government newsRiot police kept tham from dent Marcos are feeling the paper offices appear to have approaching the embassy squeeze of an opposition less advertising. Youths gates. boycott. marched in front of the U.S. lawmakers have asked Challenger Corazon Aquino newspaper offices and urged President Reagan to crack called for a boycott after people not to buy the papers, down on Marcos. Senator Carl Marcos was declared winner of At seven banks Aquino urged Levin, a Michigan Democrat, the controversial February 7 her backers to shun, business says Marcus has no right to election. appeared normal, rule and should resign. San Miguel Corporation, a Thousands of youths Reagan himself says Marcos' food and beef company, has protested today in front of re-election was marked by lost business. Its stock fell the U.S. Embassy in Manila "widespread fraud and 18 percent on stock and at the country's stateviolence." Swing Your Partner -The Guantanamo Bay membership into their square dance club. If Swingers kicked up an "Oklahoma tornado" last you think you would like to swing along, call Saturday afternoon at the Marine Mini-Mart. Mike August at 4966. (Photo by PH3 Leon Club members are trying to attract new Dudley) Hearings begin on Challenger explosion (UPI) -A Senate panel opens hearings today on the space shuttle Challenger explosion. The head of the presidential commission investigating the tragedy is among those expected to appear before the Senate submittee on science, ology and space. Besides former Secretary of State William Rogers, ex-astronaut and presidential commission member Neil Armstrong and NASA shuttle chief Jesse Moore are also scheduled to testify. Rogers last weekend asked NASA to bar anyone involved in the decision to launch Challenger from taking part in the agency's own probe of the disaster. According to CBS news reports, that request came after engineers with the builder of the shuttle's solid-fuel booster rockets said they recommend against the launch. The reports say the engineers were worried about the effect the cold weather might have had on crucial rubber seals in the boosters. Challenger was launched in 38-degree weather after a night of sub-freezing temperatures at Cape Canaveral. An apparent rupture in the right-side booster rocket may have triggered the explosion of the shuttle's external fuel tank shortly after lift-off, killing all seven astronauts. It has been three weeks since the tragedy, and NASA officials think they have found the right-side booster on the Atlantic Ocean floor. A small research submarine has taken pictures of the wreckage for positive identification. Today, a larger research sub is to arrive on the scene to assist in recovery efforts. Tylenol capsules taken off the market (UPI) -The makers of Tylenol are vowing to retain their domination over the aspirin-substitute market, despite the latest setback. hnson and Johnson aanced yesterday that it is pulling extra-strength Tylenol capsules and all of its other over-the-counter medications in capsule form off the market. Says Chairman James Burke, "We feel the company can no longer guarantee the safety of capsules." The action comes in the wake of the death of a Peekskill, N.Y., women who took two cyanide-laced extra-strength Tylenol capsules. Johnson and Johnson suspended the manufacture and sale of Tylenol capsules last week. Following the discovery of a second tainted bottle of Tylenol in suburban New York, 18 states and Washington, D.C., banned the sale of the capsules. The capsules account for nearly one-third of Tylenol sales. Burke says the company will retool its plants to concentrate on the other forms of Tylenol, including tablets and so-called "caplets" developed as an answer to the first Tylenol poisonings in 1982. That is when the seven Chicago-area people died after taking cyanide-tainted Tylenol capsules. Diplomat defects with son (UPI) -A western source in Greece says a Soviet diplomat having an affair with his son' s nanny defected with her and the boy in Athens on Friday. The reported defector was Victor Gudarev. He is officially registered as a diplomat in the Soviet Embassy's commerical section. The source says he actually worked for the Soviet Intelligence Unit GRU. The source says Gudarev, his son, Maxim, and Maxim's Russian nanny, have now left Greece and asked for asylum in the United States. The source says Gudarev's wife was jealous because he was having an affair with the nanny. The Greek government has not commented. A Greek intelligence source confirms the defection. W E News of the bay Black American Artist's Paintings Exhibit -There is an exhibit of prints of famous black American artist's paintings in the garden area of the elementary school. The money for the prints was donated by the Guantanamo Bay Officers' Wives Club. The exhibit was prepared by Lisa Ayotte, high school cooperative work experience student. The display may be viewed now through the end of February. New Arrivals -If you want to have the newest addition of your family listed in the Daily Gazette, please suit to the editor the parents' full names, the baby's name, date of birth and weight. Parents: MS2 Randy and Sue Friant Baby: Melissa Ann Born: January 15 Weight: 8 pounds, 11 1/4 ounces Parents: JO2 Neil and Karen Guillebeau Baby: Trisha Renee Born: February 14, St. Valentine's Day Weight: 7 pounds, 1 ounce Around the globe Actor Howard Da Silva Dies (UPI) -The New York Times reports actor Howard Da Silva died Sunday in Ossining, N.Y. He was 76"Da Silva's stage and movie career spanned nearly 60 years. He was nominated for Oscars for roles in "Lost Weekend" and "Two Years before the Mast." Da Silva was an unfriendly witness before a house committee investigating Cournunism in show business. As a result he was blacklisted in the 1950s. White Supremacist Movement Grows (UPI) -A coalition of religious and civil rights leaders warned at a Seattle Symposium yesterday of a growing white supremacist movement allegedly seeking to make five northwest states a whites-only bastion, free of Jews and other minorities. The coalition warned that Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Mantana and Wyoming are particularly vulnerable to the ultra-right groups because of large white populations suffering high unemployment, especially in rural areas. Dow Chemical of Canada Fined (UPI) -A judge in the Canadian province of Ontario fined Dow Chemical of Canada $11,500 because of a chemical spill into the St. Clair River upstream from Detroit. The spill cost the company $3.25 million to clean up. Environmental protesters outside the courthouse called the fine "laughably small." Sixteen Killed In Fire (UPI) -It took Brazialian firefighters 11 hours to control a fire which broke out on the tenth floor of a high-rise office building in downtown Rio De Janeiro. Up to 16 people were killed and it is feared the final toll could reach 30. Many of those killed were elderly caught in a pension office. Long shards of hot glass and chunks of concrete rained down on fire fighters as they tried to control the blaze. Tension In Johannesburg (UPI) -South African police in Johannesburg's Alexandra ghetto report tension, but quiet early today. The apparent impasse follows three days of riots in which police shot and killed at least 10 people and possibly as many as 16. Director Says Alcohol Abusers Built Shuttles (UPI) -A former medical director at Rockwell Interational says, on KNWZ in Palm Dessert, Calif., that serious drug and alcohol abuse may have led to shoddy workmanship by employees who helped build shuttles, including the Challenger. Inside Page 2 -Cookouts Page 2 -'Cookie Crumbles' Page 3 -Seabee Queen Candidates Page 3 -Drinking And Driving Page 4 -Suns Beat Celtics U.

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tePost-Traumatic Stress Disorder -A presentation on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder of the Vietnam veteran will be given for all of the Guantanamo Bay community, tomorrow, February 19, 6:30 -8 p.m., in the Family Service Center Training Room. This problem affects thousands of Americans daily and is a problem that is misunderstood by many. YN1 Jim Berger of the Counseling and Assistance Center will be the speaker. Call the FSC, 4141 or 4153, to register or for more information. Family Ombudsman -The February Cmbudsman meeting is being held Thursday, February 20, 4:45 p.m., in the Family Service Center Conference Room. Navy Relief will be the topic for discussion. For more information, call Susan Byrd, 4141 or 4153. CPO February Hail And Farewell -The CPO February Hail and Farewell will be held Saturday, February 22, with cocktails at 6 p.m., and dinner at 7 p.m. Dancing will start at 9 p.m. All CPOs are encouraged to to attend this gala event, greeting those arriving and bidding farewell to those departing. Watch TV8 and the Gazette, for more details. Black History Dinner Dance -You are all invited to the Black Dinner Dance Saturday, February 22. Cocktails will be 5 -6 p.m., with a cash bar. Dinner will be 6 -8 p.m. with dancing starting at 8 p.m. There will be a live band and D.J., featuring Leroy Sims, from L.T.D. The cost of a ticket is $15. No tickets on sale at the door. For more information, call Ann, 2484. Health Care Consumer's Council -The Naval Health Care Consumer's Council will meet Wednesday, February 26, 1 p.m., in the hospital education and training classroom. For more information, call 7276 LWH. Navy Exchange -The HEX announces that the Ford dealer will be at the Main Exchange from Friday, February 21 through Tuesday, March 4. Navy Exchange -The HEX announces that income tax service is available through Friday, March 14, on a fee basis and will be located in the Navy Lodge. Patrons may make appointments by calling 3103. Navy Exchange -The HEX announces that Income Tax Service will be provided to Leeward people on Wednesdays, tomorrow, February 26, March 5 and 12, on a fee basis and will be located in the Mini-Mart Annex, 9:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m. Patrons may make appointments by calling 6425. Marine Corps Exchange -Are you just moving to the island? The MCX has a very nice selection of sofas, chairs, wicker table and chair sets. If you need it, we have it! Ask for assistance in the Customer Service Department of the main store. You will be given a private viewing of our furniture. Marine Corps Exchange -Are you getting ready to leave the island? Does your pet need a travel carrier? The MCX has four different size pet carriers. Come get the size you need and let your animal travel in comfort. Marine Corps Exchange -The MCX has a real nice selection of assorted giftware and all those hard to find kitchen gadgets. Come early for the best selections. Daily *azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Candon, USN .Cmmander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Q3r. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey yingaton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer JO2 Neil ileeauUSN.Man 1 Editor JO3 Teri Thomas, USN.Assis Editor Mrs. Diane Anseman.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff. Protection Assistant Nathan Durbin.Stuent Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stuaent 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 newspprs, urrer the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equimnt, 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 Cmander, U.S. Naval Base. Be a member of the Pirates Booster Club Your help and enthusiasm are needed as a member of the W.T. Sampson High School's Pirates Booster Club. This new group will have its first organizational meeting tonight, 7 p.m. in the high school library. The objectives of this club are to promote attendance for functions and to provide financial support for activities and scholarships of W.T. Sampson High School. If you have any questions, please call Cookie, 3637. Cookouts are fun if done safely Hot dogs and burgers cooked on the grill are tastes hard to beat. The Naval Station Fire Department reminds you that outdoor cooking can also lead to tragedy when carelessness causes serious 'Cookie Crumbles' is an "opinion" by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command or the U.S. Navy. Shades of the past flared up when I heard the news last week that additional flavors were at Baskin Robbins. I invisioned new exotic flavors being added to the "31" that were here for the November 13, 1980 opening. How exciting to be here again for this addition! Prior to Baskin Robbins, opening, the old timers had become quite proficient at improvising their own sundaes. One could pick up a package of chocolate kisses and a bag of frozen strawberries, place them in the car, and upon their arrival at home have an instant strawberry and chocolate "goo" to top the frozen milk they had bought earlier. Natives counted the days for the 4th of July queen candidates to start selling banana splits. What a great evening that was when the commanding officer announced on TV, that the rumor a Baskin Robbins would open in Guantanamo Bay was true. From the fenceline to the MAC terminal, subjects of conversations always included the Baskin Robbins opening. Just think about it, 31 flavors, all those sundaes! Yet the wait was taking its toll on Gtmonians. I could even see the affect on my kids. Their sibling rivalry changed from, "I'm going to tell mommy," to "you won't get to go to Baskin Robbins!" Marines jogging on the roads began chanting ."We are jogging down the street, out here in this GTMO heat. For our CO has told us all, we will be first to get the call!" "Oooh! Raaah!" "Baskin! Coming soon for women and men!" "Robbins! In all our dreams, we confess." "Oooh! Raaah!" "Thirty-one flavors in GITMO, ready to eat there, or to go. Just as in our history's past, we will be there first and last!" "Oooh! Raaah!" Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre members were perburns. Use common sense and remember to cook safely. o Use charcoal lighter fluid safely. Never use gasoline to start or freshen a fire. Gasoline is explosive and much too dangerous to use Cookie ortr#6les -By Cookie Johnsonforming, "31 Ways To Drop Ice Cream Follies" every weekend, and a high school student, who had learned to recite all the 31 flavors in less than a minute, was performing at the lyceums. At Hail and Farewell gatherings, newcomers could not understand the comment made by people leaving as they mumbled, "Why didn't I ask for an extension?" Newborn babies were being named, Baskin or Robbins. Just in the nick of time the mania was finally interrupted by the opening. What a day, surely one which will be noted in Guantanamo Bay's history. During the years, Baskin Robbins' employees have never been phased when they make banana splits without bananas or realize 16 of their 31 ice cream drums are filled with chocolate! But now for today's news, "Additional flavors now available." I could not wait, I made a "Bee Line" to the Mini-Mart and asked what are your additional flavors now available? My expectations had my mouth watering. Then the young man smiled and answered, "Vanilla and strawberry." on grills. Be cautious with charcoal lighter fluid. Use on coals only before the fire is lit. If your try to ignite the stream of liquid and burn back into the can, causing it to explode in your hands. o Try using electric starters in place of lighter fluids. o Place grills where they will not tip over or ignite objects above them. Do not use on balconies or under awnings. o Never bring a grill the home. The carbon monox produced by burning charcoal can be dangerous in an enclosed space. o Have a container of water or garden hose ready to extinguish a fire. o Keep children away from fires and grills. They may try to climb on the grill to see what is cooking. o If anyone is burned by outdoor cooking, cool the burn with water immediately. Cover the burn with a clean cloth and seek emergency help. Call the ambulance, 111. o Though coals may appear cold, always soak than after cooking. Unsoaked coals can re-light a day later. o Keep grills outside of tents and recreational vehicles. o Keep damp or wet coals in a well-ventilated area. During the drying process, spontaneous combustion can occur in confined areas. If a bag of charcoal gets wet, leave it outside, away from the house. Captain's Hotline 4800 CPO LUNCHEON with Commander, U.S. Naval Base The Commander's luncheon for all CPO's is just around the corner. Mark your calendar, plan to attend! When: 1130 -1330 Wednesday, 26 February 1986 Where: CPO Club, Harbor Lights Lounge Meu: Buffet (No orders will be taken from the menu) Cost:$3.75/person N CAPT John R. Condon will make a few comments following the luncheon, then open the floor to questions. S Personal wishing to submit agenda items should do so by } cotcigCM M MSm eln 29 L 9Fbur 2 Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 18, 1986 0 d

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he TWO WHEELERS '82 Kawasaki KZ440 LTD, very good condition. Brand new parts still in box, three new tires, two front/one rear; two new mufflers; one self lubricating chain; one horn; plugs and air filter; two tubes motorcycle sealer and balancer. Also one 440 Kawasaki for fixing up or for parts, $1100 for all. Call 2828 AT. Kawasaki 500, needs ch cable and some reassembling. Will sell as parts or complete. Call Gary at 3493 AT. '84 Honda Aero 125 motor scooter, excellent condition, runs great, $800. Available now. Call RMCS Porter at 4842 DWH or 3221 AWH. '85 Honda Elite 150cc Deluxe, four months old, eight months remain on warranty. Helmet and cover included, $1200. Call Jpe at 4164 DWH. '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 condition, $225. Call Chuck at 6483 LWH. TWO WHEELER PARTS Motorcycle tires: one 3.25x18; one 2.75x18; one 2 xl9; two 3.00x17. Call Ut 3995 AT. AUTOS '77 Plymouth Volare, two-door, a/t, p/s, p/b, runs great. Looks not so great. Available Feb. 19 for only $850. Call RMCS Porter at 4842 DWH or 3221 AWH. '71 Plymouth Fury wagon, good dependable transportation, $500 neg. Available at Ferry Landing on March 18. Call 2270 AWH. '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 s o with cassette player a alizer, 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. AUTO PARTS Chevy 3-speed transmission with all accessories. Call Ed at 3202 AT. BICYCLE Men's Raleigh 10-speed bike, $60. Call 2539 AT. LOST Men's black leather wallet, keep the money, return the wallet, no questions asked. Call 2646 AT or 4720 OWH. Set of keys with clear plastic Toyota keyholder. If found, pleae call 4554 DWH or 2692 AWH. 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. 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. 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 4Ohp Johnson outboard, runs well and in good shape. Call Gary at 3493 AT. One 4Ohp 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. 1986 Seabee Queen Candidates Christina Byrd Meleah Phillips "I am from Temple City, "I am from Dunmore, W. Va. I Calif. Both of my grandpa's joined the Navy to learn a were builders in the Seabees trade and to further my during World War II. They education. I enjoy seeing new told me about the Bees and I places and making new friends wanted to be one, and now I from all over the world." am." Caroll Van Dalen Debra Nelson "I'm 21 years old from Milton, Fla. I joined the Seabee's because I wanted to do some type of work in the construction field." "I joined the Seabee' s because I wanted to work outdoors, and I wanted to do something different with my life." Theresa Place "I am from Northern, N.M. I went to New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. I joined the Navy as an engineering aid, as luck would have it, this is a Seabee rate. I'm proud to be a Seabee." Ticket sales One of these lovely ladies will be crowned Seabee Queen for 1986 at the 44th Annual Civil Engineer Corps/Seabee Ball on March 1. Tickets are being sold on Feb. 20 for all PWD military; Feb. 21 for all PWD civilian employees and Feb. 24 for all other personnel at the PWD Conference Room from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. each day. Prices are El-E3 $4; E4-E6 $6; E7-E9 $10; W01-03 $12 and 04 and above $15 including civilians. Drinking and driving: The liver connection By Tom Joyce (AFPS) -Military people know the effects of excessive alcohol consumption. Articles 15 for drunken driving, excessive pain and suffering due to accidents while under the influence, and even promising military careers down the drain because of "the bottle." In addition to all of that heartache, there is the physical side to alcohol abuse. Cirrhosis of the liver is just one potentially deadly side effect of excessive alcohol abuse. At just between three and four pounds, the liver is one of the body's most efficient and hardest working organs. But, it too, has limits. The liver is important because it clears fat soluble toxins from the body, much like the kidneys clear water soluble toxins. It produces bile, the vehicle used for getting ride of waste. The liver regulates energy by synthesizing and metabolizing sugars and proteins in the blood. But as important and efficient as the liver is, it is not a very good drinker. Just one cocktail can transiently increase the amount of fat in the liver. With continued alcohol abuse, liver cells are irreversibly injured, die and become replaced by scar tissue. This leads to cirrhosis of the liver, an affliction that will develop in 15-20 percent of heavy drinkers. Moderate drinkers can also get cirrhosis. Maj. (Dr.) Anna Mae Diehl, assistant professor of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, the nation's only military medical school, said that alcohol is the main cause of liver injury in alcohol abusers, but not the only contributing factor. "The genetic makeup of the person, inadequate diets, coincident viral infection or drug-induced injury can contribute to cirrhosis," she said. Once cirrhosis has developed, the liver has fewer functional liver cells than normal and the normal architecture of the liver has been disrupted by regenerating liver cells and by the deposition of scar tissue. The loss of functional liver tissue and architectural distortion cause the symptoms and signs of advanced liver disease. Diehl pointed out that the cirrhosis is difficult to detect in its early stages because the liver is so efficient. "The majority of the lover can be damaged and it will still function normally," she said. "However, at some point, a critical amount of liver is lost and symptoms become evident." With diminished liver function, bilirubin, the main pigment in bile, can no longer be cleared from the blood and begins to stain the skin and the eyes yellow. The stools become white and the urine the color of iced-tea. Liver regulation of body energy falters, aid the blooi sugar can fall to dangerously low levels. Patients with such advanced liver disease are frequently fatigued and wasted in appearance. There is decreased liver synthesis of the proteins that permit the blood to clot, and excessive bleeding can become a problem. The lover is also responsible for breaking down the female sex hormones found in all men. When the liver is not functioning properly, male breasts enlarge, the testicles shrink, and impotence develops. The increased scar tissue in the cirrhotic liver prevents easy egress of the blood that normally drains through the liver. The liver begins to act like a dam, and blood begins to back up in the vessels draining the abdominal organs. These overloaded veins occasionally rupture resulting in massive internal bleeding, often accompanied by vomiting of blood. Such bleeding may be fatal. Fortunately, some of the injuries to the liver are reversible if people stop drinking. The degree to which you recover is determined by what point you stop abusing the liver, said Diehl. "Once the liver has been scarred," she said, "it will never completely return to normal. Especially once you have abused that critical amount of liver that you need to function somewhat normally." Alcohol still takes its toll o Percent of fatally injured drivers who were intoxicated in 1980? 50. o Percent of fatally injured drivers who were intoxicated in 1984? 413. o Number of people injured each year in alcohol-related crashes? 650,000. o Number of those injuries thet are serious? 65,000. o Percent of fatally injured victims in alcohol-involved cra shes who are alcohol-invol ld drivers? 52 3 Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 18, 1986 A; f

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Syracuse beats Pittsburgh (AP) -The ninth-ranked Syracuse Orangemen put a little tighter hold on first place in the Big East Conference last night. They held off Pittsburgh 69-62. Junior guard Dwayne "Pearl" Washington led the way with 23 points, including six key ones late in the game. Washington scored four points immediately after Pitt had drawn within one in the closing minutes. Number-11 Nevada-Las Vegas clinched a tie for the Pacific Coast Athletic Association title by outscoring Fullerton State 92-83. Freddie Banks scored 27 points and Anthony Jones netted 26 for the Rebels. Louisville jumped to a 23-10 lead and held off Southern Mississippi 83-74. The Golden Eagles drew within one point in the second half, but did not catch up. Senior forward Billy Thompson had 19 points for the Cardinals. Sophomore Derrek Hamilton had 27 for Southern Mississippi. Navy entered the poll yesterday at number-17, and the Midshipmen rolled past William and Mary last night Flyers rout Jets 8-4 (AP/UPI) -Short-handed goals can give a team a big lift and often are very discouraging for the opposition. Philadelphia's Dave Poulin scored during a Winnipeg power play yesterday, snapping a 2-2 tie early in the second period. The Flyers added two more goals in the period and went to rout the Jets, 8-4. In the only other National Hockey League game, Brian Erickson's overtime goal, his second of the night, gave the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 victory at Montreal. 66-51. Six-foot-eleven junior center David Robinson collected 19 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocked shots. Navy broke open the game with a run of 17 straight points in the first half. North Carolina is number one in the Associated Press College Basketball Poll for the thirteenth week in a row. Duke is next, followed by Kansas, Memphis State and Georgia Tech as the top five teams remained unchanged from a week ago. St. Johns is sixth. Then come Michigan, Kentucky, Syracuse and Oklahoma. Nevada-Las Vegas is eleventh and Bradley twelfth. The rest of the Top 20 includes, in order, Georgetown, Notre Dame, Indiana, Louisville, Navy, Virginia Tech, Michigan State and North Carolina State. Sanders leads Suns over Celtics (AP) -The Phoenix Suns enjoyed their first NBA victory over Boston in four years last night. The Suns beat the Celtics 106-101 behind 20 points from Walter Davis. Mike Sanders kept Phoenix ahead by scoring all of his 14 points in the last quarter. Isiah Thomas scored 31 points and Kelly Tripucka hit 30 as Detroit scampered past the Utah Jazz 117-96. The Pistons have won seven of their last eight games, and 14 of their last 18. They have gone from five games under 500 to five games over 500. The Milwaukee Bucks beat Philadelphia 111-106 behind 28 points from Sidney Moncrief and 24 from Terry Cummings. Roland Blackman seta Meadowlands Arena record with 42 points as the Dallas Mavericks edged the New Jersey Nets 126-124. Seattle battled past Atlanta 100-87. Xavier McDaniel of the Supersonics and Kevin Willis of the Hawks were ejected from the game for fighting. Cleveland topped the New York Knicks 111-97. Roy Hinson netted 24 points and Glimpse Soccer All-Star Game (UPI) -Injuries have forced some lineup changes for last night's seventh annual Major Indoor Soccer League All-Star game in Chicago. Three-time MVP Stan Stamenkovic of the Baltimore Blast was injured in Sunday's game against Pittsburgh. He will be replaced by Drago Dumbovic of the Chicago Sting. The West has won four of the last five All-Star games, including the 11-7 victory in Richfield, Ohio, last year. Hawaiian Open (UPI) -Hal Bernard Langer are a clos money-winning list. Through t earned $141,960. Langer is only is a close third with earnings Witherspoon On Probation Boxing Commission has placed W Witherspoon on probation f Witherspoon used marijuana b Tony Tubbs in Atlanta last mon terms of his probation and lose could be banned from fight commission's chairman says Association of Boxing Commis suspensions. Nervous Joe Lapchick (UPI) -The legendary Joe Lapchick may have been the most nervous basketball coach of all time. Back in 1944, his St. John's team was playing DePaul. The Blue Demons' were led by scoring machine George Mikan. But Mikan fouled out with five minutes left in the game and the Redmen grabbed the lead. But Lipchick did not know. He had already fainted. In 1954, Lapchick was coaching the NBA's New York Knicks in a game against Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne trailed but mounted a comeback and won with two seconds remaining. At that point, Joe collapsed and spent three days in the hospital. Sometimes, he directed his bursts toward the referees. One night, he was so upset with the officiating he threw a full bucket of water into the air, and the whole ball of wax came right back down, on Joe. Londl, Connors reach quarter finals (AP) -Ivan Lendl and Jimmy Connors have reached the quarter finaL round of the International Players Championships in Boca Raton, Fla. Lendl battled past Jimmy Arias 6-1, 7-5 yesterday. Connors led Thierry Tulasne 6-1, 5-2 before struggling to a 6-1, 5-7, 7-6 victory. Connors won the tiebreaker 7-3. Yesterday's other winners included Stefan Edberg and Joakim Nystrom of Sweden, France's Vannick Noah, and Frenchnan Guy Forget, who has reached the round of eight without facing any of the tournament's 32 seeded players. Womens' quarter final round is today. World B. Free tossed in 23 for the Cavs. John Bagley added 17 points and 15 assists. Eddie Johnson hit four three-pointers and finished with 15 points. Washington forward Kevin McKenna hit five threepointers on the way to a career-high 25 points. McKenna and Rookie Manute Bol who blocked 10 shots, led the Bullets past the Los Angeles Clippers 96-94. Indiana's Vern Fleming had 17 assists in the Pacers' 124-110 victory over the Chicago Bulls. Herb Williams and Ron Anderson each scored 22 points for the Pacers. Ralph Sampson started at center for the first time in two years, scored 25 points, and led Houston past the Golden State Warriors 116-110. The Rockets say a sprained knee ligament will keep center Akeem Olajuwon out of action at least two we Olajuwon's averaging about points and 11 rebounds a game. Area athletics PADI Dive Classes -Want to get more out of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba? Take PADI Open Water Dive class, starting today. For untouched underwater life, off-shore boat diving in beautiful clear blue water, sign up for PADI Advance Dive Class, beginning Wednesday, March 5. For more information call Nels Palm, PADI dive instructor at 3331. Diving -The following are the last scuba courses to be offered by the master. February 27 Advanced Open Water, $65 March 5 Open Water Diver,$115 March 14 Boat Diving Specialty, $25 March 26 Advanced Open Water, $65 For further information contact Keith Mattson master instructor at 3550 AWH/4947 DWH. Scuba Class -A PADI Open Water Scuba class will be offered Monday, February 24. Cost is $115. For more information call Bill Diesselhorst, 4353 AT. Volleyball -The Intercommand Volleyball Organizational meeting will be held tomorrow, February 19 at 5 p.m. in the Recreation Services Office, across from Cooper Field. Sports memory Youngster could not strike out Cobb (UPI) -Back in 1916, nothing to lose, and had the l Sutton and West Germany's Detroit manager Hughie pitcher warm up. e one-two on Pro golf's Jennings received a letter Then, in stepped Cobb, who he Hawaiian Open, Sutton has from a small town in promptly drilled the first $278 behind and Calvin Peete Michigan. In the letter, a pitch off the right field of $138,803. youngster claimed that he wall. Cobb sent the next could strike out the pitch over the wall. The (UPI) -The Georgia State legendary Ty Cobb anytime, on third pitch want flying over BA Heavyweight champion Tim just three pitches. the centerfield barrier. or the rest of the year. The letter also noted that Jennings obviously was a efore his title victory over train fare to Detroit was little miffed and asked the th. If Witherspoon breaks the only $1.80. kid what he had to say for as his license in Georgia, he Jennings sent the money. himself. ing in the U.S. The Georgia When the pitcher showed up, The pitcher stared in at s members of the National Jennings saw a gangly, the batter's box and said, sioners honor each other's 6-foot-4 kid. But, the "You know, I don't belief manager figured he had that's Cobb in there." The Sportsman E By Charles Morey Once upon a time there was an athlete who had it all, speed, muscle, coordination, and that magical thing called intelligence. He had so much of the latter, he never once checked into a rehabilitation center for treatment of drug addiction, alcoholism, income tax evasion or passing a red light in front of a police station. He did not even have a agent. One reason being he was a college athlete. Agents are not unknown in today's collegiate circles. Our hero was always a gentlemen. He had a girl friend and he was the soul of affection, attention, understanding and generosity with her. He never strayed, although on one memorable occasion he heeded the plea of H.L. Mencken and "winked at a homely girl." She did not wink back, which saved him some embarrassment. He never complained about a teammate. He never blasted his coaches in the new media. He never alibied a defeat. He never had to, he never lost. His specialties were baseball and football. Everybody knew that he could have taken up golf, tennis, volleyball or badminton and been a champ. Does he sound unreal? Well, he was. He was a fictional character from the pen of long-forgotten writer named Burt L. Standish. Our hero's name was Frank Meriwell and he blazed the name of Yale across the sports heavens in the era long ago but still remembered. For Livingstone Bramble it was a happy anniversary. One year to the day after he made his first successful defense of the NBA lightweight title, he made another. This also was successful. On Sunday in Reno, Nevada, Bramble knocked out challenger Tyrone Crawley in 13 rounds. There was no rust showing on the champion despite his 12-month layoff. He was the clever puncher who was too much for Boom-Boom Mancini in the past. Bramble calls himself a thinking man's fighter. He is not a take-out puncher with one glove. Livingstone is basically a counterpuncher and loves to go toe-to-toe with his opponents. He is a switch hitter. He will attack with a left lead and then shuffle his shoes and go to a right. Bramble did a lot thinking before the fight at one stage insisted that he would put Crawley to sleep in less than eight rounds. Then he got cautious and said he might have to go 15 to win. He ended up splitting the difference. The loser on Sunday, Crawley, is the son of a retired Philadelphia policeman and for a time studied criminal justice at Temple University. He dropped out after a couple of years but hopes to return to school and get his degree. Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 18, 1986 / /