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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 34 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Thursday, Feb. 20, 1986



Reagan dedicates new facility in Grenada


*I) -- President Reagan
es today to Grenada, the tiny Caribbean island whose Marxist government was overthrown by the U.S.-led invasion in October 1983.
During his four-and-a-half hour visit, the president will dedicate the new point Salines International
Airport. The facility was begun by Cubans and completed by the United States at a


cost of $20 million. Reagan also will place a wreath on a
monument to the 19 Americans who died during the invasion.
Other highlights include a mini-summit with East Caribbean leaders.
Grenada is rolling out the welcome mat for Reagan. Streets were cleaned and decorated with flowers, the harbor dredged and fences painted along the route the


presidential motorcade will take from the airport to St. George's, the nation's
capital.

Followers of the New Jewel Movement, which was ousted in the invasion, have planned an anti-Reagan rally, about one-half mile from where the president will address Grenadians.


Aquino dismisses suggestion for a new election


(UPI) -- Philippine opposition leader Corazon Aquino is rejecting any compromise with President Marcos, which does
* name her winner of the Int presidential election.
In Manila today, Aquino met with ambassadors and diplomatic representatives from 14 European countries and Japan. Afterward, nine envoys from the European
community said Aquino "dismissed outright" suggestions that she agree to another election after a proposed nullification of disputed February 7 votes.
Aquino also called for


support in isolating the Marcos government. She was reported to have taken a
similar line in talks earlier this week with special U.S. envoy Philip Habib.
In Washington, the Senate yesterday overwhelmingly
approved a non-binding resolution condemning the Philippine election. House Speaker Thomas O'Neil says he
would support a similar resolution if introduced in
the House.
In California, an executive of a opposition Philippine newspaper was found shot to death yesterday in his


Glendale home, one day after receiving a letter threatening his life.
The publisher of the San Francisco-based Philippine news blames the killing of 41-year-old Oscar Salvatierra on the Marcos regime.
However, a Los Angeles television station says Glendale police were looking into reports that Salvatierra's killing may have been connected with several bad business deals. Salvatierra was a certified public accountant and had a side business importing spices.


Search progresses in locating shuttle wreckage

(UPI) -- Proress is being not aware the company that rocket says that could have made in the search-mission makes the rockets recommended made the rings on the shuttle for significant wreckage from against launch because of its stiffen and contract. the Challenger shuttle, concern about the cold. The In another development,
Pieces of Challenger's company, Morton Thiokol, NASA sources say Navy Conright-hand booster rocket issued a "no-go" recommenda- modore Richard Truly, a were found in deep water off tion on the eve of the former shuttle commander who Cape Canaveral. A fleet of launch, now heads the Navy Space
submarines and ships is The president of a company Command, will be named today assembling for a salvage that makes rubber seals to replace Jesse Moore as operation that could take six similar to those used on head of the space shuttle months. segments of the booster program.


The booster rocket is
suspected of triggering the explosion of shuttle's external fuel tank. Finding the remains of the rocket is
* al because studying the
could provide vital
" to what caused the rupture that apparently triggered the tank's explosion.

The presidential commission investigating the Challenger crash is considering the unusual cold Florida weather that occurred the night before the launch. The commission says at least three top NASA officials were


More glass slivers found


(UPI) -- The Gerber Baby Food scare is spreading. Consumers in Atlanta area, Florida and Maryland have reported finding more glass
in Gerber Baby Food jars. The initial report of glass
contamination came late last week from Schenectady, N.Y., followed by a second report from southern Georgia.
That brings to at least seven reported incidents of glass found in Gerber Baby Food products in less than one week. The Food and Drug


Administration and state officials are investigating. So far, all the reports of glass contamination have been from jars with different lot numbers.
Gerber spokesman Steve Poole says the contamination investigation completed so far by the company shows no evidence of glass in unopened
jar s. He suggest the complaints may be a reaction to the recent Tylenol poisonings in New York.


MIA's suspected alive in Southeast Asia


(UPI) -- Members of a congressional delegation just
back from Hanoi say they are minced some American soicemen are alive in Southeast Asia. The congressmen say progress is being made to get the MIAs
out.
The Vietnamese government
has given several indications that it has prepared to cooperate in the effort to locate the Americans. Until 18 months ago, Vietnam denied the possibility that any
Americans remained in Southeast Asia.
The Pentagon lists 2,441 Americans as missing and unaccounted for in the Vietnam War. It has generally agreed that the vast majority


are dead and their bodies cannot be recovered.
Some, including deserters, may have stayed behind by
choice to be with their Vietnamese wives. Others are believed to be held against their will in what one


congressman called "slave
camp conditions" in remote areas.
Defense Intelligence Agency documents indicate at least seven American servicemen have been seen alive in the past 12 years.


Iranian airliner shot down


(AP) -- The official Iranian New Agency reports Iraqi jet fighters shot down an Iranian passenger airliner today. The news agency says the
plane "was shot and blown up in the sky by an invading Iraqi jet fighter." The plane reportedly was on a domestic flight from Tehran to the southern Iranian city of Ahwaz. The report did not say


how many people were aboard the airliner.
There is no comment from Iraq.
This is the eleventh day of a major Iranian offensive against Iraq. There has been fierce fighting along the Iranian-Iraqi border and both sides have reported increased
air activity in recent days.


Around the globe


Chief Of Heart Surgery Ends Testimony (UPI) -Navy Cmdr. Donal Billig ended five days of testimony, insisting he is innocent of involuntary manslaughter and dereliction of duty. Billig is accused in the deaths of five patients at Bethesda Naval Hospital, where he was chief of heart surgery.

Painting Discovered Near Pecos River (UPI) -Texas A and M University archaeologists say a 17-inch cave painting depicting a comet has been discovered near the headwaters of the Pecos River. They say the cave painting is at least 1,000 years old.


Haiti's Deposed Dictator Given Thumbs Down (UPI) -- Liberia has given thumbs down to a request that it play host to Haiti's deposed dictator for awhile. French officials had asked the West African
nation to take Jean-Claude Duvalier off their hands. Duvalier's attorney says France has refused his client's request to be allowed to stay there.

Bishop Tutu Appeals For Meeting(AP) -- A South African delegation of anit-apartheid religious leaders
has once more tried and failed to meet with President P.W. Botha. They spoke instead with a deputy minister Bishop !Desmond Tutu had appealed for a meeting with Botha to discuss South Africa's racial turmoil.
Water Spills Over DaM (UPI) -- With all the bad news for the West after as much as 20 inches of rain, the residents of Dayton, Nev., have something worse to worry about. Water has been spilling over the top of the El Dorado Canyon. EarthenDam,, and&a-state-,engineer says the dam cannot take much more. He says the prospect if the dam breaks is a 20-foot wall of water hitting the town of 4,000 people.

Prince Lunches With Refinery Workers (UPI) -Prince Charles lunches privately in Houston, Texas,
today with about 30 refinery workers at a company cafeteria. In Texas to help celebrate 150 years of
Texan independence from Mexico, the future king questioned one swing-shift worker about the difficulties of spending nights away from his wife.

Blood Thinning Drug Successful (UPI) -Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston report successful use of a blood-thinning drug to reduce blood-clot complications in patients who get
replacement hip joints. The researchers say low doses of Warfarin prevent clots without excessive bleeding. Blood clots develop after as many as 50 percent of the nearly 100,000 hip-joint implants each year. About two percent of the patients die.

Nicaragua Plans To Influence Congress (UPI) -A U.S. government document reports show a Nicaraguan disinformation plan to influence Congress against aiding the Contra rebels trying to topple the Nicaraguan governent. A White House official says the
document might be de-classified soon, after the names of intelligence sources are removed from it. A new
report by a human rights group says both sides in the Nicaraguan civil war are guilty of violating civil rights.

Bank Found Guilty Of Concealing Cash UPI) --The Bank of New England, in Boston, Mass., was found guilty of illegally concealing cash transactions totaling more than $700,000. The bank president, however, was found
innocent of using the bank to launder money gained through book-making. Jurors have not returned verdicts for two former tellers at the Bank of New England.

Vomens Grouf Outraged (UPI) -- Members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union are outraged at the proposed name of a restaurant serving liquor. The restaurant in Lincoln, Neb., may be named "Billy Bryan's," in honor of prohibitionist William Jennings Bryan.

Inside


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-- Pedestrian Rules
-- Birthday Luncheon Job Market
-- Sally Field Receives Award
- Golden Anchor Update


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Windjaimer Advisory Board -- There will be a meeting of the Windjammer Advisory Board tomorrow, February 21, 3 p.m., at the Windjammer. All command representatives are encouraged to attend. For more
information, contact ICI Paul Schubert, 2300 DWH.

Blue Caribe -- Tomorrow's special at the Blue Caribe is "Seafood Dinner Special," tasty seafood combo, with
all the trimmings, $5.75.

At The Hook - Tomorrow, February 21, 7 p.m., Bible
Study, "Book of Romans," will he at the Hook. Saturday,
February 22, "Discipleship" will he included in the
Bible Study.

SeaBee Ball Tickets -- Tickets for the Seabee Ball
are on sale on the following days: Today: For all
Public Works Department Military; Friday, February 21:
For all PID civilian employees; and Monday, February
24: For all other personnel. Tickets will be sold at the PWD Conference Room, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., each day. Ticket prices are: El - E3: $4; E4 - E6 $6; E7
E9: $10; WOI - W03: $12; and W04 and up, including
civilians, $15.
Post 46 Welcomes Band -- Post 46 welcomes the
"Pony Express" tomorrow and Saturday night. Tomorrow's dancing is from 8 p.m. to midnight. The music begins at
9 a.m. on Saturday.
Dog Dip -- A dog dip will be held Saturday, February
22, 9 - 11 a.m. at the Dog Pound.

CPO February Hail Ard 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.

Practice Your Sign Language Skills -- Anyone in the community with basic signing skills is invited to
join us at Windmill Beach, Cabana 102, Sunday, February
23, 2 - 4 p.m. This very informal session will provide an opportunity to learn new signs and practice ones you
know. Bring your own snacks and drinks. For more
information, call the Family Service Center, 4141, 4153
E WH, or Dennis, 3922 AWH.

Stay In Shape -- Stay in shape with LIPS, low impact
paces, which meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings, 7 - 8 p.m., W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose room. Classes are free and open to the
public. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742 AT.

Girl Scouts -- To celebrate "if the world were a
village day, Girl Souts Troop Five will meet Saturday, February 22, 1 p.m., at the Marina. Do not forget your
lunch and memories from your part of our world. For
more information, call Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff, 3864 AWH.











Nllg *azette

-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. Jbln Cordon, USN................ bmmqde, .s. Naval Base
Lt. Q dr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public'Affairs Officer
3)1 StaceyBinton .............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
302 Mel ileeu,SN.......................Maaim Editor
J03 Teni T1nmas, USN........................ Assistant Bitor
MrS. Diane nm~eman................... ............... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Nathan Dunbin .............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez ........................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremain........................... Reservist Suport
Lt. Am iaggener...........................e1eservist Su~rt
The Daily Gazett is published according to the rules and r.gations for shipard station.Wn Es , mder the direction of tptlic affairs officer. The Daly ette is printed five times a w at government expense on governent equiunt, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. Ie opinions and statements that apear herein are not to be cstrued as official, ,r as tme official Views of the Navy Department or smader, U.S. Naval Base.


Rules pedestrians must follow


The information printed below is from the Vehicle and Traffic Reg ul1 at ions , CON AVBASEGTNOINST 11200.1B.


18. Pedestrians right of way in crosswalks
a. When traffic control
signals are not in place or not in operation the driver of a vehicle shall yeild the right of way, slo.wing down or
stopping if need to be so yeild. To a pedestrian crossing the roadway within a crosswalk when the pedestrian is upon the half of the roadway upon which the vehicle is traveling,or when the pedestrian is approaching
so closely from the opposite half of the roadway as to be in danger.
b. No pedestrian shall suddenly leave a curb or
other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle which is so close that it is impossible for the driver to yield.
19. Crossing at other than crosswalks
a. Every pedestrian
crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an
intersection shall yield the right of way to all vehicles upon the highway.
b. Between adjacent intersections at which traffic control signals are in operation pedestrians shall cross only in the marked crosswalk.
c. No pedestrian shall
cross a roadway intersection diagonally.
20. Drivers to exercise due
care. Not withstanding other provisions of this chapter, every driver of a vehicle shall exercise due care to avoid colliding with any
pedestrian upon the roadway and shall give warning by sounding the horn when
necessary and shall exercise proper precautions upon observing any child or obviously confused person upon the roadway.
21. Pedestrians on roadways a. Where sidewalks are provided it shall be unlawful
for any pedestrian to walk along and upon an adjacent roadway.
b. Where sidewalks are not provided any pedestrain walking along and upon the
highway shall, when practicable, walk upon the left side of the roadway or its shoulder facing traffic which may approach from the opposite direction.
22. Pedestrians right of way on sidewalks The driver
of a vehicle emerging from or entering an alley, building, private road or driveway
shall yield the right of way to any pedestrian approaching
on any sidewalk extending across such alley, building entrance, road or driveway.

38. Riding on bicycles
a. A person propelling a
bicycle shall not ride other than upon or astride a
permanent and regular seat attached thereto.
b. No bicycle shall be used to carry more persons at one time than the number for which it was designed and equipped.
39. Clinging to vehicles No person riding upon any
bicycle shall attach himself to any vehicle at any time or
location.
40. Carrying articles No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle, or article which


prevents the operator from keeping at least one hand
upon the handle bars. 41. Lamps and other, equipment on bicycles
a. Every bicycle when in use at night time shall be
equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible form a distance of at least 500 feet
to the front with a red reflector on the rear of a type approved by the depart-


ment which shall be visible from all distances from 100 feet to 600 feet to the rear with directly in front of lawful lower beams of
headlights on a motor vehicle.
b. No person shall operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a bell or other device capable of giving an audible signal for a distance of at least 100 feet.


Girl Scouts say "thank you"[


The Girl Scouts of
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba would like to thank the Chief Petty Officer Club for the
most wonderful father/daughter banquet. The service was
excellent, and the room was breath-taking. A special thanks goes to


Patrick Duffus, our D.J., for the evening. As always, thanks goes to everyone who
particpated and helped in any way to make our father/daughter banquet such a success.

Maryann Myers


The American Red Cross
would like to thank the many members of this community who
donated items for our rumnage sale. Due to their generosity, we were able to
raise funds to keep our services and programs afloat.
Special thanks goes to those volunteers who contributed their time to
insure ours was a successful event. Their commitment, and


involvement reflects favorably upon themselves, the community, and the
American Red Cross.
You all characterize
community involvement is*
about. May you always be a "guiding light" for others to emulate.

Luis Sanquirico Station Manager
Red Cross


Le'Roy Simmons performing at dinner dance


The Black History Committee and Nina Marie Productions
will proudly present actor and recording star, Le'Roy
Simmons and band in concert at the Windjammer Club Saturday evening, 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.
This year's Black History


Dinner Dance, at $15 per person, promises to be a very
enjoyable and most memorable evening of dinner, dance and entertainment at its best!
Do not delay, reserve your tickets today!

Organizations, commands, company's and individuals can make reservations by contacting Ann Brooks, 2484.


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


#131-85
Food Service Wbrker F/T Nk-l/$3.57 or LWG-I/$2.30 #154-85
Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86
Sales Clerk P/T PS-l/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to :LGS-3/$3.42 #2-86
Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. NA%-3/$4.42
#14-86
Personalized Services Clerk INT. PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 #15-86
Laundry Machine Operator NA-3/$4.42 or EWG-3/$2.96


CpEn Stop
Light
Inn
Open Retail
Store

Open Retail
Store


Open Pizza
Pub

Open Personalizad
Services

open Landry/Dry
Cleaning


Civilian Personnel

Applications must be sumitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of
business Feb. 25. Additional information
concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on
official bulletin boards.

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE LOCATION
NAF-59-86-A Marine Bjuigxmet Mechanic, ecreation
nk-8610-iO; Small Engine Services
Repair, EWG-8610-08 Marina
NAF-66-86 Club Operations Assistant, Enlisted
PS-1101-05, Part time Mess
36-86-C Firefighter (Structural) Fire
PS-081-03 leading to PS-04 Department
Tenp. Not to exceed one year

Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of
business on Feb. 27.

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE LTION

NAF-61-86-A Recreation Aid, PSAGS- Recreation
0189-03 Part time, Intermittent Services
Multiple Vacancies Leeward
NAF-67-86 Food Service Worker, Child
NVLW-7408-02, Part time Development
Center

Open Register

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


Sition and Grnde
Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-O3
(Peranent/Tanr ary/T4'


Sally Field receives

propeller-fitted bra

(UPI) -- The traditional gift
was the gold-colored "pudding pot." But the members of Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals Club outdid themselves this year by presenting their "Woman of
the Year", Sally Field, with a propeller-fitted brassiere.
After being fitted with the bra in front of reporters, Sformer "Flying Nun" hit
propellers to make them spin and remarked, "This would make a better television series."
Field rode in an open limousine through a snowstorm to the ceremony, February 11, in Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Square. Her reaction to it
all was, "This had been the most humiliating experience of my life."
The Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award is given to the performer who has made "a lasting and impressive contribution to the wrld of enter tairinent."


(Register con't)

*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, (PenanenVArarprary/P/PT
*Secretary (Typing), GS/UG-318-04 (Pemanent and Tarporary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LCS-318-04 eading to GS-05, or GS/XG-318-05 (Permanent and Taorary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/nGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/AM-203-05
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS525-04 (Permanent and Terporary)
*Accounting Technician, GS/GS-52504 leading to GS-05, or GS/ -52505 (Permanent and Terporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LT-2091-03 (INr) Production Control Clerk, GS/A3S-303-04
Data Transcriber, eypuncb/CRT Entry GSiLGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-O3, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temiporary) Telehone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/03 (Tep. Not to exceed one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03
(Part Time) (Teip. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but incmbents may be nomncaietitively extended.)
Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/Pr)
Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 N (INT, FT/Pr)
Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (Ir, Fr/PT)
Custodial Worker, 1iVLt-3566-01 and NAVWM-3566-02 (INr, FT/Pr) Food Service Worker, /tMW-7408- D 02 (INT, FT/Pr)
Witer/aitress, RVLkQW-7420-02 b (INT, FT/PT)
Bartender, AVtWG-7405-03 (INT, FT/Pr)
Cook, NLWG-7404-05 (INT, ET/PT)
Child Care Giver/Recreation Aid, PS/LGS-089-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) N PSAGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/Pr Club Operations Assistant, N PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INT, Fr /P)


02-86 All Comraans


03-86

04-86 05-86



06-86

07-86


Ozmands Cmiaids


All Comnands All Cmmands


08-86 Comissary


09-86 10-86


PlD Suply


11-86 PD 12-86 WTS Schools


NAF-13-86


Clubs


NAF-14-86 Recreation
Services
NAF-15-86 Recreation
Services


NAF-16-86 NAF-17-86 NAF-18-86


All CmTmands Clubs Clubs


NAF-19-86 Clubs

NAF-20-86 Clubs

NAF-21-86 Recreation
Services
NAF-22-86 Recreation
Services
NAF-23-86 Clubs


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


Ann. No. DLcation 01-86 All CmTmands


Old Guantanamo Bay -- As we continue Force in Guantanamo Bay in 1920-21. This with our old photos of Guantanamo Bay, a photograph is courtesy of (Bet.) Vice Adm. look at an F-5L flying boat and kite A.W. Johnson, USN. (Official photo by Naval balloons of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Air History Center)


The


SaI*r


Job Market


3 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 20, 1986


AUTOS
'76 Datsun B210, blue, 2-door hatchback. All new tires, strong running 4-cyl. Four-speed, AM/FM cassette player with rear mounted speakers, great gas mileage, $950 firm. Call 3939 AT before 10 p.m.

Shopsmith Mark V power tool woodworking system. Basic unit of 10-inch table saw, 16 1/2-inch drill or horizontal press, 12-inch disc sander, and lathe. Additional accessories include jointer,
bandsaw, drill bits, lathe chisels, bandsaw blades, routing accessories, and manuals. Excellent condition.
Serious inquiries only. Call 2638 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONER
Whirlpool 24,000 BTU, two years old; two Whirlpool 5,000 BTUs, two years old. Call Terry at 2866 AT.
GE 18,000 BTU, used, one
years old, $300; 12,000 BTU, $100. Both for $350. Call 3313 AT.

Emerson 8,000 BTU, runs good, $50. Available now. Call 3754.

GE 17,500 BTU, with three speeds. About four years old, works fine, $180 or best
offer. Available Feb. 28. Call 3409 AT.
BICYCLE
Girl's 20" bike, good condition, $15. Call 4542 AT.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Dacor bouyancy compensator, model CV-26 with whistle, pull deflator, C02 inflator, mouth inflator, like new condition, $45. Call Joe at
4164 DWH.
Sansui 5900Z receiver, 75w
per channel, $150; Akai CS-F33R cassette deck, auto reverse, $150; LXI series stereo frequency equalizer, $15. Call 3808 after 2 p.m.
FREE
Recliner chair. Framewlkk good condition, cushion has
some tears. You haul. Call 4542 AT.
FURNITURE
One white Bentwood rocker, $35. Call 3310 AT.

Wooden kitchen table and four chairs, $15. Call 2270 AWH.
CARPETING
One 9x12 rug, never used, still rolled and wrapped. Color is gold/olive (bronze), $75. Call 3310 AT.
APPLIANCES
Freezer, 13 cu.ft., upright, white, admiral, good condition, $150. Call 3183 AT.
Westinghouse washer and dryer, 13 years old, well
cared for. Excellent appearance. Dryer in very good overall condition.
Washer in good condition, pump needs minor repair, $250. Call 2160 AT.

Will the person who brought in my car part on the Friday, Feb. 7 Norfolk flight, please
contact me, Sandra Bernstein at 2201 DWH or 3788 AWH.

GTMO's soon to be performing rock n' roll band is looking for an agressive male lead singer to accompany our female vocalist/keyboard
player. If you fit the bill, call Eric at 2713 AWH.
Complete engine in good running order. '78 Ford 351. Call 4189 DMH or 3468 AWH.
SERVICES
I will babysit your child in my Corinaso Point home any time. Reasonable rates. Call 4914 AT.












Cornhuskers upset Oklahoma 66-64


76ors beat Trail Blazers 153-133


(UPI) -- The 76ers and
Portland Trail Blazers. shot the lights out in the Philadelphia Spectrum last night. The Sixers wound up scoring their highest point
total of the season and came out with a 153-133 victory.
Moses Malone netted a season-high 38 points for
Philly, while Kiki Vandeweghe led Portland with 28 points.
In other games around the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers got by Indiana 90-81. The Chicago Bulls ended their seven-game losing streak by beating New Jersey 99-96. Detroit topped Seattle


Lloyd meets Rinaldi

(UPI) -- Top seed Chris Evert-Lloyd will play
ninth-seeded Kathy Rinaldi in today's semi-finals at the Lipton International Player
Championships in Boca Raton, Fla. In the other semi-final,
it is number-two Steffi Graf of West Germany versus number-seven Helena Sukova of Czechoslovakia.
Jimmy Connors earned a date
with top seed Ivan Lendl in the men's semi-finals, of the Lipton Tournament. The third seeded Connors moved up by .defeating Frenchman Yannick
Noah in a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6, 6-4 marathon. On the other hand, Lendl breezed to a 6-1, 6-1, 6-4 win over Sweden's Joakim Nystrom. In tomorrow's other semi-final, number-two Mats Wilander plays fifth seed Stefan Edberg in a battle of Swedish tennis stars.


118-113 for its straight home
victory. Milwaukee sank Dallas 124-107. Utah trimmed Atlanta 109-105 in overtime. Houston shot down Golden State 115-100.


(UPI) -- Nine of UPI's ranked college basketball teams saw action last night and seven avoided upsets. In Lincoln, Neb., Brian Carr's basket with four seconds to go lifted the Cornhuskers a 66-64 big eight shocker over ninth-ranked Oklahoma.
In the Atlantic Coast Conference, Virginia surprised number-17 North Carolina State 69-60.
Elsewhere, second-ranked Duke and fifteenth-ranked


Glimpse


Spring Training (UPI) -- Spring training officially opens today when the pitchers and catchers report in to the Detroit Tigers' camp in Lakeland, Fla. Tomorrow, the San Francisco Giants batterymates follow suit by checking into their training camp in Scottsdale, Arizona..

U.S. Football League Owners Meet (UPI) -- The U.S. Football League owners meeting in New York say they will move from a spring to fall schedule in 1986 as planned. There have been reports the eight team league might suspend play until a billion-dollar lawsuit against the NFL is resolved. The USFL also announced three club ownership changes. New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump bought out partner Steve Ross, Ross formed a partnership with Myles Tanenbaum in Baltimore and former Denver owner Doug Spedding is now a partner with Jacksonville's Fred Bullard.

Rodgers Enrolls At Nebraska (UPI) -- A published report, in the San Diego Tribune, says running back Terry Rodgers will enroll at Nebraska. Rodgers is considered the
top high school football player in California. His father, Johnny Rodgers, also played for Nebraska, where he won the 1972 Heisman Trophy.

Motion Filed for New Trail (UPI) -- The State of Georgia plans to file a motion for a new trial in the case involving a former University of Georgia professor. Earlier this month, Jan Kemp was awarded $2.5 million in damages after claiming she was fired for protesting the preferential treatment given student athletes.

Indianapolis 500 (UPI) -- Former champion Mario Andretti and rookie Jan Lammers are the latest drivers to enter the Indianapolis 500. Andretti was named to drive a pair of Lola-Cosworth, while Lammers will guide two Eagle-Cosworths. Officials expect a total of about 70 entries before the April 4 deadline.


Notre Dame had laughers. The Blue Devils blasted visiting Miami of Florida 104-82. While the fighting Irish invaded the Big Apple and crushed Manhattan University
102-47.
Elsewhere on the college basketball circuit, number-three Kansas got past Colorado 79-74. Fifth-ranked Georgia Tech beat Wake Forest
59-49. Seventh-rated Kentucky


whipped Florida 80-69.
Number-16 Louisville downed Florida State 89-67. Eighteenth-ranked Alabama buried Tennessee 80-64.
Eleven finalists were
nominated for the tenth annual John Wooden Award, named after the legendary UCLA coach and emblematic of the year's top men's college basketball player.


Golden Anchor takes cruiso

The Golden Anchor will be The price will be dismaking two shakedown cruises counted at $10. Sign up at this weekend. The first either the Windward or cruise will be on Saturday, Leeward Point Marina, and 5:30 - 10:30 a.m. The second bring your receipt. cruise will be Sunday, 5:30 - No children below the age
10:30 p.m. of eight, children ages eight
Because this is a shakedown - 16, must be accompanied by cruise, we will be training a parent or guardian. Sales our crew, and finding the close after the first 40 best fishing spots. people sign up.



Area athletics.


Winter League -- The Young American Bowling Allianc finished its Winter League with an awards ceremony
February 8 at the CPO Club. The top finishing teams were:


Bantams
1st Angels
2nd Bears 3rd Strikers

Juniors
1st Spares 2nd Pumas 3rd Strikers

Preps
1st Strikers 2nd Fireballs 3rd Breakers

majors
1st Team 1 2nd Team 2

Individual Awards


Coach
G. Thaxton B. Krepp M. Coch

Coach
B. Owen K. Nelson B. Fritts

Coach
J. Lawrence D. Hooper J. Myers


Four sets of brothers on Bruins roster


Hockey coach Herb Hammond of Brown University has to be careful when he orders a
player onto the ice.
For openers, Hammond better not use a player's last name with four sets of brothers on the team.
The Bruins' roster includes Rick and Ross Bonine, Mike and Mark Rechan, Kelly and Karl Burns, and Gordie and Bobby Ernst.
As if Hammond's job of distinguishing players is not
tough enough, the Bonines and Burns kids are identical
twins.
Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders needed two goals in last nights game against
Washington to move into ninth place on the NHL's all-time goal scoring list. Former


Montreal star Guy Lafleur currently holds down the ninth spot with 518 goals.
A scoring drought for Wayne Gretzky?
Sort of.
The Edmonton Oilers
brilliant center went nine games without a goal until he
found the net against Buffalo on Sunday.
During the course of those same nine games, Gretzky
dished out an incredible 15 assists, an including seven on Friday night to match an NHL record.
At the -rate he is going, the Edmonton Flash will score 222 points this season. If he does, the Gretzky will break the NHL season mark of 212 points held by, who else?, Wayne Gretzky.


Quickie NBA Quiz
Name the four teams in the NBA not identified with a city.
They are New Jersey Nets,
Indiana Pacers, Utah Jazz and Golden State Warriors.
Of the 24 teams in the NBA, how many have winning records? Only 13 teams are playing better than .500 basketball.
Fan fact
Last Saturday's Philadelphia-Detriot game at the Pontiac Silverdome drew
an NBA record crowd of 44,180. Do you know what
teams held the attendance mark until Saturday?
The same very Pistons and
76ers attracted 43,816 fans at the Silverdome last February.


Rain threatens $450,000 Los Angeles Open


(UPI) -- Eight inches of rain fell on the Riviera Country Club in seven days and more gloomy weather is predicted, threatening today's start of the $450,000 Los Angeles Open. Lanny Wadkins is back
to defend his title against a field that includes such PGA stars as Calvin Pette, Hal Sutton, Craig Stadler and Tom Kite.
Betsy King is defending champion in $250,000
Turquoise Classic eginning today in Phoenix. The veteran golfer has been struggling this year and does not consider herself a big


favorite. Instead, the player
to watch may be Patty


Sheehan, who currently heads the LPGA money list.


Canadiens, Quebec tied for first place, Pittsburgh wins over Winnipeg 5-2


(UPI) -- The Montreal Canadiens now are tied with Quebec for first place in the NHL's Adams Division. Bobby Smith's second goal of the game in the third period gave the Canadiens a 4-4 overtime draw with the visiting Washington Capitals. The Caps trail first-place
Philadelphia by seven points


in the Patrick Division.
In last night's other games on ice, Mario Lemieux tallied twice in Pittsburgh's 5-2 victory over Winnipeg.
Hartford skated past Buffalo 6-4, Brian Lawton's hat-trick sent Minnesota to 6-5 win over the Black Hawks in
Chicago. Edmonton out-gunned Toronto 9-5.


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Bantams (Boys) R. Buchanan 88 J. Junkins 228 A. Newell 103 K. Thaxton +15 (Girls)
L. Shonyo 74 J. Coch 173 K. MzShane 98 K. Bryant +18

Preps (Boys) B. Dowl ing 123 S. McShane 469 S. McGinty 167 J. Gaudi +16 (Girls)
A. Hutchinson 100 N. Wieland 416 T. Lawrence 157 J. Becker +20

Juniors (Boys) R. Heugly 139 B. Shuemaker 466 S. Wallace 183 B. Jaggers +10 (Girls)
J. Berger 126 S. Stafford 457 S. Sarno 156 E. Philbrick +10

Majors
P. Nault 165 D. Sinnott 490 W. Gaudi 191 L. Silos + 3


Appreciation is extended to the Marblehead Lanes and
Recreation Services management for use of their facilities, to the CPO Club management for the award ceremony set-up, to Connie Branson for the cakes, and very special thanks to the following coaches not mentioned above: M. Buchanan T. Whittler M. Wolford E. Rachal G. Andrews R. Martinez L. Becker B. Tyree J. Krizon P. Reidy M. Heugly
The next league will rum from March 15 - May 10. Sign-ups will be held at the Marblehead Lanes on February 22 and
March 1 from 11 a.m. - 1 pm. For more information contact Bill Ferren AWH, 2160.


4 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 20, 1986




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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 34 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, Feb. 20, 1986 Reagan dedicates new facility in Grenada *e ) -President Reagan es today to Grenada, the tiny Caribbean island whose Marxist government was overthrown by the U.S.-led invasion in October 1983. During his four-and-a-half hour visit, the president will dedicate the new point Salines International Airport. The facility was begun by Cubans and completed by the United States at a cost of $20 million. Reagan also will place a wreath on a monument to the 19 Americans who died during the invasion. Other highlights include a mini-summit with East Caribbean leaders. Grenada is rolling out the welcome mat for Reagan. Streets were cleaned and decorated with flowers, the harbor dredged and fences painted along the route the presidential motorcade will take from the airport to St. George's, the nation's capital. Followers of the New Jewel Movement, which was ousted in the invasion, have planned an anti-Reagan rally, about one-half mile from where the president will address Grenadians. Aquino dismisses suggestion for a new election (UPI) -Philippine opposition leader Corazon Aquino is rejecting any compromise with President Marcos, which does name her winner of the nt presidential election. In Manila today, Aquino met with ambassadors and diplomatic -representatives from 14 European countries and Japan. Afterward, nine envoys from the European community said Aquino "dismissed outright" suggestions that she agree to another election after a proposed nullification of disputed February 7 votes. Aquino also called for support in isolating the Marcos government. She was reported to have taken a similar line in talks earlier this week with special U.S. envoy Philip Habib. In Washington, the Senate yesterday overwhelmingly approved a non-binding resolution condemning the Philippine election. House Speaker Thomas O'Neil says he would support a similar resolution if introduced in the House. In California, an executive of a opposition Philippine newspaper was found shot to death yesterday in his Glendale home, one day after receiving a letter threatening his life. The publisher of the San Francisco-based Philippine news blames the killing of 41-year-old Oscar Salvatierra on the Marcos regime. However, a Los Angeles television station says Glendale police were looking into reports that Salvatierra's killing may have been connected with several bad business deals. Salvatierra was a certified public accountant and had a side business importing spices. Search progresses in locating shuttle wreckage (UPI) -Progress is being made in the search mission for significant wreckage from the Challenger shuttle. Pieces of Challenger's right-hand booster rocket were found in deep water off Cape Canaveral. A fleet of submarines and ships is assembling for a salvage operation that could take six months. The booster rocket is suspected of triggering the explosion of shuttle's external fuel tank. Finding the remains of the rocket is cr ial because studying the age could provide vital s to what caused the rupture that apparently triggered the tank's explosion. The presidential commission investigating the Challenger crash is considering the unusual cold Florida weather that occurred the night before the launch. The commission says at least three top NASA officials were not aware the company that makes the rockets recommended against launch because of its concern about the cold. The company, Morton Thiokol, issued a "no-go" recommendation on the eve of the launch. The president of a company that makes rubber seals similar to those used on segments of the booster rocket says that could have made the rings on the shuttle stiffen and contract. In another development, NASA sources say Navy Commodore Richard Truly, a former shuttle commander who now heads the Navy Space Command, will be named today to replace Jesse Moore as head of the space shuttle program. More glass slivers found (UPI) -The Gerber Baby Food scare is spreading. Consumers in Atlanta area, Florida and Maryland have reported finding more glass in Gerber Baby Food jars. The initial report of glass contamination came late last week from Schenectady, N.Y., followed by a second report from southern Georgia. That brings to at least seven reported incidents of glass found in Gerber Baby Food products in less than one week. The Food and Drug Administration and state officials are investigating. So far, all the reports of glass contamination have been from jars with different lot numbers. Gerber spokesman Steve Poole says the contamination investigation completed so far by the company shows no evidence of glass in unopened jars. He suggest the complaints may be a reaction to the recent Tylenol poisonings in New York. MIA's suspected alive in Southeast Asia (UPI) -Members of a congressional delegation just back from Hanoi say they are c inced some American s icemen are alive in Southeast Asia. The congressmen say progress is being made to get the MIAs out. The Vietnamese government has given several indications that it has prepared to cooperate in the effort to locate the Americans. Until 18 months ago, Vietnam denied the possibility that any Americans remained in Southeast Asia. The Pentagon lists 2,441 Americans as missing and unaccounted for in the Vietnam War. It has generally agreed that the vast majority are dead and their bodies cannot be recovered. Some, including deserters, may have stayed behind by choice to be with their Vietnamese wives. Others are believed to be held against their will in what one congressman called "slave camp conditions" in remote areas. Defense Intelligence Agency documents indicate at least seven American servicemen have been seen alive in the past 12 years. Iranian airliner shot down (AP) -The official Iranian New Agency reports Iraqi jet fighters shot down an Iranian passenger airliner today. The news agency says the plane "was shot and blown up in the sky by an invading Iraqi jet fighter." The plane reportedly was on a domestic flight from Tehran to the southern Iranian city of Ahwaz. The report did not say how many people were aboard the airliner. There is no comment from Iraq. This is the eleventh day of a major Iranian offensive against Iraq. There has been fierce fighting along the Iranian-Iraqi border and both sides have reported increased air activity in recent days. Around the globe Chief Of Heart Surgery Ends Testimony (UPI) -Navy Cdr. Donal Billig ended five days of testimony, insisting he is innocent of involuntary manslaughter and dereliction of duty. Billig is accused in the deaths of five patients at Bethesda Naval Hospital, where he was chief of heart surgery. Painting Discovered Hear Pecos River (UPI) -Texas A and M University archaeologists say a 17-inch cave painting depicting a comet has been discovered near the headwaters of the Pecos River. They say the cave painting is at least 1,000 years old. Haiti's Deposed Dictator Given Thumbs Down (UPI) -Liberia has given thumbs down to a request that it play host to Haiti's deposed dictator for awhile. French officials had asked the West African nation to take Jean-Claude Duvalier off their hands. Duvalier's attorney says France has refused his client's request to be allowed to stay there. Bishop Tutu Appeals For Meeting (AP) -A South African delegation of anit-apartheid religious leaders has once more tried and failed to meet with President P.W. Botha. They spoke instead with a deputy minister Bishop 'Desmond Tutu had appealed for a meeting with Botha to discuss South Africa's racial turmoil. Water Spills Over Dan (UPI) -With all the bad news for the West after as much as 20 inches of rain, the residents of Dayton, Nev., have something worse to worry about. Water has been spilling over the top of the El Dorado Canyon Earthen Dam, and a state engineer says the dam cannot take much more. He says the prospect if the dam breaks is a 20-foot wall of water hitting the town of 4,000 people. Prince Lunches With Refinery Workers (UPI) -Prince Charles lunches privately in Houston, Texas, today with about 30 refinery workers at a company cafeteria. In Texas to help celebrate 150 years of Texan independence from Mexico, the future king questioned one swing-shift worker about the difficulties of spending nights away from his wife. Blood Thinning Drug Successful (UPI) -Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston report successful use of a blood-thinning drug to reduce blood-clot complications in patients who get replacement hip joints. The researchers say low doses of Warfarin prevent clots without excessive bleeding. Blood clots develop after as many as 50 percent of the nearly 100,000 hip-joint implants each year. About two percent of the patients die. Nicaragua Plans To Influence Congress (UPI) -A U.S. government document reports show a Nicaraguan disinformation plan to influence Congress against aiding the Contra rebels trying to topple the Nicaraguan government. A White House official says the document might be de-classified soon, after the names of intelligence sources are removed from it. A new report by a human rights group says both sides in the Nicaraguan civil war are guilty of violating civil rights. Bank Found Guilty Of Concealing Cash UPI) -The Bank of New England, in Boston, Mass., was found guilty of illegally concealing cash transactions totaling more than $700,000. The bank president, however, was found innocent of using the bank to launder money gained through book-making. Jurors have not returned verdicts for two former tellers at the Bank of New England. Worens Group Outraged (UPI) -Members of the Women's Christian Temperance Union are outraged at the proposed name of a restaurant serving liquor. The restaurant in Lincoln, Neb., may be named "Billy Bryan's," in honor of prohibitionist William Jennings Bryan. Inside Page 2 -Pedestrian Rules Page 2 -Birthday Luncheon Page 3 -Job Market Page 3 -Sally Field Receives Award Page 4 -Golden Anchor Update U.W.

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Windjammer Advisory Board -There will be a meeting of the Windjammer Advisory Board tomorrow, February 21, 3 p.m., at the Windjammer. All command representatives are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact ICi Paul Schubert, 2300 DWH. Blue Caribe -Tomorrow's special at the Blue Caribe is "Seafood Dinner Special," tasty seafood combo, with all the trimmings, $5.75. At The Hook -Tomorrow, February 21, 7 p.m., Bible Study, "Book of Romans," will be at the Hook. Saturday, February 22, "Discipleship" will be included in the Bible Study. SeaBee Ball Tickets -Tickets for the Seabee Ball are on sale on the following days: Today: For all Public Works Department Military; Friday, February 21: For all PWD civilian employees; and Monday, February 24: For all other personnel. Tickets will be sold at the PWD Conference Room, 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m., each day. Ticket prices are: El -E3: $4; E4 -E6 $6; E7 E9: $10; WO1 -WO3: $12; and W04 and up, including civilians, $15. Post 46 Welcomes Band -Post 46 welcomes the "Pony Express" tomorrow and Saturday night. Tomorrow' s dancing is from 8 p.m. to midnight. The music begins at 9 a.m. on Saturday. Dog Dip -A dog dip will be held Saturday, February 22, 9 -11 a.m. at the Dog Pound. 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 asd 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. Practice Your Sign Language Skills -Anyone in the community with basic signing skills is invited to join us at Windmill Beach, Cabana 102, Sunday, February 23, 2 -4 p.m. This very informal session will provide an opportunity to learn new signs and practice ones you know. Bring your own snacks and drinks. For more information, call the Family Service Center, 4141, 4153 DWH, or Dennis, 3922 AWH. Stay In Shape -Stay in shape with LIPS, low impact paces, which meets on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings, 7 -8 p.m., W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose room. Classes are free and open to the public. For more information, call Sylvia, 3742 AT. Girl Scouts -To celebrate "if the world were a village day, Girl Souts Troop Five will meet Saturday, February 22, 1 p.m., at the Marina. Do not forget your lunch and memories from your part of our world. For more information, call Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff, 3864 AWH. Dalggazette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. Johan Codon, US.Gomunader, U.S. Naval Base It Oain. Rick Fisher, USN. Public Affairs Officer 1 eS Bingn.Assistant Public Affairs Officer 30 ali ~mu, USN .i ~Eitor J03 TeribTanas, USN.Ass.t Sitor Mrs. Diane Am'ennan.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff :.Production Assistant Nathan Durbin.Stuent Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stulent Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Train.bservist Suort Lt. Ann ageer .Bservist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for shi and station rewspapers, urer the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a wek at goverment expense on goverment eqipmet, at the Navy Publications and PrintingService Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construd as official, or as the official view of the Navy Department or Cnarder, U.S. Naval Base. Rules pedestrians must follow The information printed below is from the Vehicle and Traffic Regulations, COHNAVBASEGTHOINST 11200.1B. 18. Pedestrians right of way in crosswalks a. When traffic control signals are not in place or not in operation the driver of a vehicle shall yeild the right of way, slowing down or stopping if need to be so yeild. To a pedestrian crossing the roadway within a crosswalk when the pedestrian is upon the half of the roadway upon which the vehicle is traveling,or when the pedestrian is approaching so closely from the opposite half of the roadway as to be in danger. b. No pedestrian shall suddenly leave a curb or other place of safety and walk or run into the path of a vehicle which is so close that it is impossible for the driver to yield. 19. Crossing at other than crosswalks a. Every pedestrian crossing a roadway at any point other than within a marked crosswalk or within an unmarked crosswalk at an intersection shall yield the right of way to all vehicles upon the highway. b. Between adjacent intersections at which traffic control signals are in operation pedestrians shall cross only in the marked crosswalk. c. No pedestrian shall cross a roadway intersection diagonally. 20. Drivers to exercise due care. Not withstanding other provisions of this chapter, every driver of a vehicle shall exercise due care to avoid colliding with any pedestrian upon the roadway and shall give warning by sounding the horn when necessary and shall exercise proper precautions upon observing any child or obviously confused person upon the roadway. 21. Pedestrians on roadways a. Where sidewalks are provided it shall be unlawful for any pedestrian to walk along and upon an adjacent roadway. b. Where sidewalks are not provided any pedestrain walking along and upon the highway shall, when practicable, walk upon the left side of the roadway or its shoulder facing traffic which may approach from the opposite direction. 22. Pedestrians right of way on sidewalks The driver of a vehicle emerging from or entering an alley, building, private road or driveway shall yield the right of way to any pedestrian approaching on any sidewalk extending across such alley, building entrance, road or driveway. 38. Riding on bicycles a. A person propelling a bicycle shall not ride other than upon or astride a permanent and regular seat attached thereto. b. No bicycle shall be used to carry more persons at one time than the number for which it was designed and equipped. 39. Clinging to vehicles No person riding upon any bicycle shall attach himself to any vehicle at any time or location. 40. Carrying articles No person operating a bicycle shall carry any package, bundle, or article which prevents the operator from keeping at least one hand upon the handle bars. 41. Lamps and other equipment on bicycles a. Every bicycle when in use at night time shall be equipped with a lamp on the front which shall emit a white light visible form a distance of at least 500 feet to the front with a red reflector on the rear of a type approved by the department which shall be visible from all distances from 100 feet to 600 feet to the rear with directly in front of lawful lower beams of headlights on a motor vehicle. b. No person shall operate a bicycle unless it is equipped with a bell or other device capable of giving an audible signal for a distance of at least 100 feet. Girl Scouts say "thank you" The Girl Scouts of Guantanamo Bay, Cuba would like to thank the Chief Petty Officer Club for the most wonderful father/daughter banquet. The service was excellent, and the room was breath-taking. A special thanks goes to Patrick Duffus, our D.J., for the evening. As always, thanks goes to everyone who particpated and helped in any way to make our father/daughter banquet such a success. Maryann Myers Rummage sale a success The American Red Cross would like to thank the many manbers of this co unity who donated items for our rummage sale. Due to their generosity, we were able to raise funds to keep our services and programs afloat. Special thanks goes to those volunteers who contributed their time to insure ours was a successful event. Their commitment and involvement reflects favorably upon themselves, the community, and the American Red Cross. You all characterize v community involvement is about. May you always be a "guiding light" for others to emulate. Luis Sanquirico Station Manager Red Cross Le'Roy Simmons performing at dinner dance The Black History Committee and Nina Marie Productions will proudly present actor and recording star, LeRoy Simmons and band in concert at the Windjammer Club Saturday evening, 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. This year's Black History Dinner Dance, at $15 per person, promises to be a very enjoyable and most memorable evening of dinner, dance and entertainment at its best! Do not delay, reserve your tickets today! Organizations, commands, company's and individuals can make reservations by contacting Ann Brooks, 2484. 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Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508. #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or LWG-1/$2.30) #154-85 Bead Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or tOS-4/$4.08 #1-86 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #2-86 Food Service Porker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #14-86 Personalized Services Clerk INT. PS-3/$4.27 or LS-3/$3.42 #15-86 Laundry Machine Operator NA-3/$4.42 or EWG-3/$2.96 Open Stop Light In Open Retail Store Open Retail Store cpen Pizza Pub Open Personalized Services Open LaundryA/ry Cleaning Civilian Personnel Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base BCivilian Personnel Office by the close of business Feb. 25. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE LOCATION NAF-59-86-A Marine Equipent Mchanic, Recreation NA-8610-10; Small Engine Services Repair, LWG-8610-08 Marina NAF-66-86 Club Operations Assistant, Enlisted PS-1101-05, Part time Mss 36-86-C Firefighter (Structural) Fire PS-081-03 leading to PS-04 Department Tenp. Not to exceed one year Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business on Feb. 27. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE LDCATION NAF-61-86-A Recreation Aid, PS,'OSRecreation 0189-03 Part time, Intermittent Services Multiple Vacarcies Leeward NF-67-86 Food Service Worker, Child NA/DW-7408-02, Part tine Development Center Open Register The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. sition and Grade Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Permanent/'Tenp rary/FT/PT Sally Field receives propeller-fitted bra (UPI) -The traditional gift was the gold-colored "pudding pot." But the members of Harvard's Hasty Pudding Theatricals Club outdid themselves this year by presenting their "Woman of the Year", Sally Field, with a propeller-fitted brassiere. After being fitted with the bra in front of reporters, former "Flying Nun" hit propellers to make them spin and remarked, "This would make a better television series." Field rode in an open limousine through a snowstorm to the ceremony, February 11, in Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Square. Her reaction to it all was, "This had been the most humiliating experience of my life." The Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year award is given to the performer who has made "a lasting and impressive contribution to the world of entertainment." (Register con't) *Clerk Typist, GS/[XS-322-04, 02-86 (Peranent/eanporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LCS-318-04 03-86 (Permanent and Tanporary) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LES-318-04 04-86 Lading to GS-05, or GS/IOS-318-05 (Permanent and Stnporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/FOS05-86 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/AOS-203-05 *Accounting Technician, GS/LS06-86 525-04 (Permanent and Tenporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LfOS-52507-86 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LfS-52505 (Permanent and 'Tanporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LOS-209108-86 02 leading to GS/ts-03, or GS/UiS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 GS/TOS-303-04 Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT 10-86 Entry GS/1S-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/OS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Telephone Cperator, GS/LGS11-86 382-02/03 (Tarp. Not to exceed one year) Eduational Aid, GS/LOS-1702-03 12-86 (Part Time) (STap. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but ircunbents may be cnrcoupetitively extended.) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-86 Sales Store Checker, LOS-209102 (INT, FT/PT) Recreation Aid, {S/lOS-0l89-03 NAF-14-86 (INT, FT/PT) Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-15-86 Recreation Aid, 105-0189-02 (INT, FT/PT) Custodial Worker, N1A/LW-3566-01 NAF-16-86 and NA/LIC-3566-02 (IN, FT/PT) Food Service Worker, NA/LG-7408NAF-17-86 02 (INT, FT/PT) Waiter/Witress, NA/LWG-7420-02 NAF-18-86 (TNT, FI/PT) Bartender, NA/LW3-7405-03 NAF-19-86 (INT, FT/PT) Cook, NA/.WG-7404-05 NAF-20-86 (INT, F/PT) Child Care Giver/Iereation Aid, NAF-21-86 PS/LGS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-86 PS/LGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT Club Cperations Assistant, NAF-23-86 PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, TCS-0189-04 (INT, FT/PT) All All All curmands Camands Conarnds NBCPO All Crmands All Omanrds Camissary PWD Supply PWD WIS Schools Clubs Becreation Services Recreation Services All Cumaids Clubs Clubs Clubs Clubs Recreation Services Iecreation Services Clubs *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. Ann. No. Location 01-86 All Comands Old Guantanamo Bay -As we continue with our old photos of Guantanamo Bay, a look at an F-5L flying boat and kite balloons of the U.S. Atlantic Fleet Air Force in Guantanamo Bay in 1920-21. This photograph is courtesy of (Ret.) Vice Adn. A.W. Johnson, USN. (Official photo by Naval History Center) Job Market 3 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 20, 1986 The Saler AUTOS '76 Datsun B210, blue, 2-door hatchback. All new tires, strong running 4-cyl. Four-speed, AM/FM cassette player with rear mounted speakers, great gas mileage, $950 firm. Call 3939 AT before 10 p.m. HARDWARE Shopsmith Mark V power tool woodworking system. Basic unit of 10-inch table saw, 16 1/2-inch drill or horizontal press, 12-inch disc sander, and lathe. Additional accessories include jointer, handsaw, drill bits, lathe chisels, bandsaw blades, routing accessories, and manuals. Excellent condition. Serious inquiries only. Call 2638 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 24,000 BTU, two years old; two Whirlpool 5,000 BTUs, two years old. Call Terry at 2866 AT. GE 18,000 BTU, used, one years old, $300; 12,000 BTU, $100. Both for $350. Call 3313 AT. BEerson 8,000 BTU, runs good, $50. Available now. Call 3754. GE 17,500 BTU, with three speeds. About four years old, works fine, $180 or best offer. Available Feb. 28. Call 3409 AT. BICYCLE Girl's 20" bike, good condition, $15. Call 4542 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Dacor bouyancy compensator, model CV-26 with whistle, pull deflator, C02 inflator, mouth inflator, like new condition, $45. Call Joe at 4164 DWH. Sansui 5900Z receiver,, 75w per channel, $150; Akai CS-F33R cassette deck, auto reverse, $150; LXI series stereo frequency equalizer, $15. Call 3808 after 2 p.m. FREE Recliner chair. Framewrfrk good condition, cushion has some tears. You haul. Call 4542 AT. FURNITURE One white Bentwood rocker, $35. Call 3310 AT. Wooden kitchen table and four chairs, $15. Call 2270 AWH. CARPETING One 9x12 rug, never used, still rolled and wrapped. Color is gold/olive (bronze), $75. Call 3310 AT. APPLIANCES Freezer, 13 cu.ft., upright, white, admiral, good condition, $150. Call 3183 AT. Westinghouse washer and dryer, 13 years old, well cared for. Excellent appearance. Dryer in very good overall condition. Washer in good condition, pump needs minor repair, $250. Call 2160 AT. WANTED Will the person who brought in my car part on the Friday, Feb. 7 Norfolk flight, please contact me, Sandra Bernstein at 2201 WH or 3788 AWH. GIMO's soon to be performing rock n' roll band is looking for an agressive male lead singer to accompany our female vocalist/keyboard player. If you fit the bill, call Eric at 2713 AWH. Complete engine in good running order. '78 Ford 351. Call 4189 DW{H or 3468 AWH. SERVICES I will babysit your child in my Corinaso Point home any time. Reasonable rates. Call 4914 AT. i

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76ers beat Trail Blazers 153-133 (UPI) -The 76ers and Portland Trail Blazers, shot the lights out in the Philadelphia Spectrum last night. The Sixers wound up scoring their highest point total of the season and came out with a 153-133 victory. Moses Malone netted a season-high 38 points for Philly, while Kiki Vandeweghe led Portland with 28 points. In other games around the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers got by Indiana 90-81. The Chicago Bulls ended their seven-game losing streak by beating New Jersey 99-96. Detroit topped Seattle Lloyd meets Rinaldi (UPI) -Top seed Chris Evert-Lloyd will play ninth-seeded Kathy Rinaldi in today's semi-finals at the Lipton International Player Championships in Boca Raton, Fla. In the other semi-final, it is number-two Steffi Graf of West Germany versus number-seven Helena Sukova of Czechoslovakia. Jiumy Connors earned a date with top seed Ivan Lendl in the men's seni-finals. of the Lipton Tournament. The third seeded Connors moved up by defeating Frenchman Yannick Noah in a 5-7, 6-4, 7-6, 6-4 marathon. On the other hand, Lendl breezed to a 6-1, 6-1, 6-4 win over Sweden's Joakim Nystrom. In tomorrow's other semi-final, number-two Mats Wilander plays fifth seed Stefan Fdberg in a battle of Swedish tennis stars. 118-113 for its straight home victory. Milwaukee sank Dallas 124-107. Utah trimmed Atlanta 109-105 in overtime. Houston shot down Golden State 115-100. Cornhuskers upset Oklahoma 66-64 (UPI) -Nine of UPI's ranked college basketball teams saw action last night and seven avoided upsets. In Lincoln, Neb., Brian Carr's basket with four seconds to go lifted the Cornhuskers a 66-64 big eight shocker over ninth-ranked Oklahoma. In the Atlantic Coast Conference, Virginia surprised number-17 North Carolina State 69-60. Elsewhere, second-ranked Duke and fifteenth-ranked as Glimpse Spring Training (UPI) -Spring training officially opens today when the pitchers and catchers report in to the Detroit Tigers' camp in Lakeland, Fla. Tomorrow, the San Francisco Giants batterymates follow suit by checking into their training camp in Scottsdale, Arizona. U.S. Football League Owners Meet (UPI) -The U.S. Football League owners meeting in New York say they will move from a spring to fall schedule in 1986 as planned. There have been reports the eight team league might suspend play until a billion-dollar lawsuit against the NFL is resolved. The USFL also announced three club ownership changes. New Jersey Generals owner Donald Trump bought out partner Steve Ross, Ross formed a partnership with Myles Tanenbaum in Baltimore and former Denver owner Doug Spedding is now a partner with Jacksonville's Fred Bullard. Rodgers Enrolls At Nebraska (UPI) -A published report, in the San Diego Tribune, says running back Terry Rodgers will enroll at Nebraska. Rodgers is considered the top high school football player in California. His father, Johnny Rodgers, also played for Nebraska, where he won the 1972 Heisman Trophy. Motion Filed for New Trail (UPI) -The State of Georgia plans to file a motion for a new trial in the case involving a former University of Georgia professor. Earlier this month, Jan Kemp was awarded $2.5 million in damages after claiming she was fired for protesting the preferential treatment given student athletes. Indianapolis 500 (UPI) -Former champion Mario Andretti and rookie Jan Lammers are the latest drivers to enter the Indianapolis 500. Andretti was named to drive a pair of Lola-Cosworth, while Lamers will guide two Eagle-Cosworths. Officials expect a total of about 70 entries before the April 4 deadline. Notre Dame had laughers. The Blue Devils blasted visiting Miami of Florida 104-82. While the fighting Irish invaded the Big Apple and crushed Manhattan University 102-47. Elsewhere on the college basketball circuit, number-three Kansas got past Colorado 79-74. Fifth-ranked Georgia Tech beat Wake Forest 59-49. Seventh-rated Kentucky whipped Florida 80-69. Number-16 Louisville downed Florida State 89-67. Eighteenth-ranked Alabama buried Tennessee 80-64. Eleven finalists were nominated for the tenth annual John Wooden Award, named after the legendary UCLA coach and emblematic of the year's top men's college basketball player. Golden Anchor takes cruis. The Golden Anchor will be The price will be dismaking two shakedown cruises counted at $10. Sign up at this weekend. The first either the Windward or cruise will be on Saturday, Leeward Point Marina, and 5:30 -10:30 a.m. The second bring your receipt. cruise will be Sunday, 5:30 -No children below the age 10:30 p.m. of eight, children ages eight Because this is a shakedown -16, must he accompanied by cruise, we will be training a parent or guardian. Sales our crew, and finding the close after the first 40 best fishing spets. people sign up. Area athletics Winter League -The Young erican Bowling Alliance finished its Winter League with an awards ceremony February 8 at the CPO Club. The top finishing teams were: Bantams 1st Angels 2nd Bears 3rd Strikers 1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd Juniors Spares Pumas Strikers Preps Strikers Fireballs Breakers N 47 40 38 N 55 52 45 N 67 55 47 Majors W 1st Team 1 51 2nd Team 2 40 Individual Awards L 18 25 27 L 36 39 46 L 24 36 44 L 40 51 Coach G. Thaxton B. Krepp M. Coch Coach B. Owen K. Nelson B. Fritts Coach J. Lawrence D. Hooper J. Myers Four sets of brothers on Bruins roster Hockey coach Herb Hammond of Brown University has to be careful when he orders a player onto the ice. For openers, Hammond better not use a player's last name with four sets of brothers on the team. The Bruins' roster includes Rick and Ross Bonine, Mike and Mark Rechan, Kelly and Karl Burns, and Gordie and Bobby Ernst. As if Hammond's job of distinguishing players is not tough enough, the Bonines and Burns kids are identical twins. Mike Bossy of the New York Islanders needed two goals in last nights game against Washington to move into ninth place on the NHL's all-time goal scoring list. Former Montreal star Guy Lafleur currently holds down the ninth spot with 518 goals. A scoring drought for Wayne Gretzky? Sort of. The Edmonton Oilers brilliant center went nine games without a goal until he found the net against Buffalo on Sunday. During the course of those same nine games, Gretzky dished out an incredible 15 assists, an including seven on Friday night to match an NHL record. At the rate he is going, the Edmonton Flash will score 222 points this season. If he does, the Gretzky will break the NHL season mark of 212 points held by, who else?, Wayne Gretzky. Quickie NBA Quiz Name the four teams in the NBA not identified with a city. They are New Jersey Nets, Indiana Pacers, Utah Jazz and Golden State Warriors. Of the 24 teams in the NBA, how many have winning records? Only 13 teams are playing better than .500 basketball. Fan fact Last Saturday's Philadelphia-Detriot game at the Pontiac Silverdome drew an NBA record crowd of 44,180. Do you know what teams held the attendance mark until Saturday? The same very Pistons and 76ers attracted 43,816 fans at the Silverdome last February. Rain threatens $450,000 Los Angeles Open (UPI) -Eight inches of rain fell on the Riviera Country Club in seven days and more gloomy weather is predicted, threatening today's start of the $450,000 Los Angeles Open. Lanny Wadkins is back to defend his title against a field that includes such PGA stars as Calvin Pette, Hal Sutton, Craig Stadler and Tan Kite. Betsy King is defending champion in $250,000 Turquoise Classic beginning today in Phoenix. The veteran golfer has been struggling this year and does not consider herself a big favorite. Instead, the player to watch may be Patty Sheehan, who currently heads the LPGA money list. Canadiens, Quebec tied for first place, Pittsburgh wins over Winnipeg 5-2 (UPI) -The Montreal Canadiens now are tied with Quebec for first place in the NHL's Adams Division. Bobby Smith's second goal of the game in the third period gave the Canadiens a 4-4 overtime draw with the visiting Washington Capitals. The Caps trail first-place Philadelphia by seven points in the Patrick Division. In last night's other games on ice, Mario Lemieux tallied twice in Pittsburgh's 5-2 victory over Winnipeg. Hartford skated past Buffalo 6-4, Brian Lawton's hat-trick sent Minnesota to 6-5 win over the Black Hawks in Chicago. Edmonton out-gunned Toronto 9-5. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. High Average High Series High Game Mest Imp. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. High Average High Series High Game Most Imp. Bantams (Boys) R. Buchanan 88 J. Junkins 228 A. Newell 103 K. Thaxton +15 (Girls) L. Shonyo 74 J. Coch 173 K. MShane 98 K. Bryant +18 Preps (Boys) B. Dowling 123 S. McShane 469 S. McGinty 167 J. Gaudi +16 (Girls) A. Hutchinson 100 N. Wieland 416 T. Lawrence 157 J. Becker +20 Juniors (Boys) R. Heugly 139 B. Shuemaker 466 S. Wallace 183 B. Jaggers +10 (Girls) J. Berger 126 S. Stafford 457 S. Sarno 156 E. Philbrick +10 Majors P. Nault 165 D. Sinnott 490 W. Gaudi 191 L. Silos + 3 Appreciation is extended to the Marblehead Lanes and Recreation Services management for use of their facilities, to the CPO Club management for the award ceremony set-up, to Connie Branson for the cakes, and very special thanks to the following coaches not mentioned above: M. Buchanan T. Whittler M. Wolford E. Rachal G. Andrews R. Martinez L. Becker B. Tyree J. Krizon P. Reidy M. Heugly The next league will run from March 15 -May 10. Sign-ups will be held at the Marblehead Lanes on February 22 and March 1 from 11 a.m. -1 p.m. For more information contact Bill Ferren AWH, 2160. Daily Gazette Thursday, February 20, 1986