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1azetteGuantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 35 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, Feb. 21, 1986


congress gains
(UPI) -- Congressional support is rapidly mounting to stop all U.S. aid to the embattled regime of Philippine President Marcos, in spite of the administration's repeated
urgings to proceed with caution.
A House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee voted unanimously yesterday to deny
military and economic aid to Manila, in response to
charges that Marcos rigged the February 7 presidential election.
The White House has urged


support to cut off Philippines


Congress toehold off any action until special envoy
Philip Habib returns from Manila to report on conditions in the troubled nation.
The House bill provides that U.S. aid to the Philippines government may resume when Reagan reports that a legitimate government
has been established which has the support of the
people.
Habib held a second round of talks with Philippine opposition leader Corazon Aquino 'today, gathering


information about the fraud-tainted presidential
election.
During the meeting, Habib reportedly asked Aquino about the direction of her non-violent campaign to oust Marcos. Aquino's spokesman says she only smiled and
replied, "Wait and see. That is best. Let events speak for
themselves."

Habib met separately with Aquino and Marcos Monday, hearing contradictory accusations of election irregularities.


Olba River breaks causing thousands to flee


(UPI) -- A storm-swollen river in northern California ripped out 1OO-feet of level, forcing thousands of people to flee from their homes last night.
The Yuba River broke through a level near Marysville, Calif., forcing evacuation of about 20,000 people from the towns of Linda and Olivehurst. Much of
Linda is under .four-feet of water. Olivehurst was
evacuated as a precautionary measure.
Rescue helicopters equipped
with spotlights ranged over the flooded area and plucked some trapped residents from


rooftops. No serious injuries are reported.
Record runoff also broke some levees in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Delta farming
region and caused related problems in the sierra.
The historic week-long deluge that has battered northern California began losing its punch yesterday.
The sun peeked though the cloudy skies, and there were intermittent showers. There was none of the ferocity which had prompted the
evacuation of thousands because of flooding, closed schools and highways and caused mudslides.


Other western rivers gorged with the muddy runoff of
storms, since February 12, push against dangerously
weakened levees today. The danger has not subsided across northern California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado. The relentless barrage of rain, wind, and snow has caused $285 million in damage, killed 18 people and forced the evacuation of
34,000 people.
The last of the Pacific storms moved further east today, spreading wet snow across the plains and raising
fears of flooding throughout the midwest.


Truly vows to correct cause of explosion


(UPI) -- A former space shuttle commander is in as the new head of NASA's shuttle program, and a prominent senator wants the Space Agency's acting director out.
Rear Adm. Richard Truly took over the shuttle program joerday, vowing to find and
ect the cause of the
--a lenger's explosion that left seven astronauts dead on January 28.
Truly has first-hand insight about the shuttle. He


commanded Challenger during an August 1983 flight. NASA 's acting administrator, William
Graham, also is promising that any flaws in the shuttle process will be remedied.
South Carolina Democratic Senator Ernest Hollings is
calling for Graham's resignation. Hollings says
Graham misled a Senate subcommittee about NASA's knowledge of objections to
the launch by engineers from Morton Thiokol, the company


that made Challenger's booster rockets. The engineers were worried that the cold weather at launch
time could damage seals between sections of the boosters.

A rupture in one of the boosters, possibly because of seal failure, may have caused the explosion.
Graham says that, despite the objections, Morton Thiokol recommended launching the Challenger.


Disease control records 17,517 cases of AIDS


(UPI) -- A top researcher warns against underestimating AIDS . His warning follows a study that indicates the number of people likely to develop AIDS
after being infected by the deadly virus appears much higher than previously estimated.
*g National Cancer Institute
S revised its estimate 'Ird after another year of monitoring the health of 276 homosexual men, hemophiliacs and drug users it has studied since 1982.
Dr. James Goedert, the principal researcher, says the chance of developing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, among people infected with the virus in those risk groups, is higher than previously thought. He says infection rates range from eight percent to as high as 34 percent for most groups of homosexual men, hemophiliacs and drug users.
Goedert cautions the study was small. He says results


from large-scale studies under way now may be somewhat different.
As of February 17, the centers for disease control


has recorded 17,517 cases of Aids. Nine thousand one
hundred ninety-four of the cases resulted in death.


Key federal drug witness slain


(UPI) -- Federal agents continue to scour the country for a fourth a man wanted in / the contract killing of a key federal drug witness.
Three men were arrested at three different points
yesterday less than 24 hours after the slaying of Barry Seal in Baton Rouge,

Seal was cut down in the parking lot of a Salvation Army halfway house. He was serving a probationary sentence after
agreeing to testify for the governent following a drug


conviction in Miami.
Officials say Seal
stubbornly refused federal efforts to protect his life. One federal official called him the most important
witness in drug enforcement history. Seal's testimony
already resulted in several convictions in drug cases and
he was to have been the star witness in the Florida Trial of Jorge Ochoa, now facing extradition in Spain. Ochoa, of Columbia, was allegedly a ringleader of a vast cocaine smuggling game.


Intra-command transfers

Personnel transferring intra-comand should check in with the Post Office, in order to update the Post Office locater file.


News of the bay


Great American Family -- The Family Service Center has received the results frcm the judging for the Great American Family. The judges selected four families from the many families who were nminated. They are: Captain and Mrs. Gallen family, Lt. and Mrs. (bzun family, R4C Alvin and Mrs. Hawkins family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mtite and family. We are proud to present these fine families to the Great American Family Society as representative from our Guantanamo Bay Community. As part of one family is off island at this time we will run pictures and a feature at a later date.


MON TUE
WED THUR FRI SAT SUN

Total


GI Eletrical Usage For
FE 10-FEB 16
Fuel Costs For Electrical Use Usage Budget $22,916 $17,788 $21,898 $17,788 $22,594 $17,788 $23,055 $17,788 $22,864 $17,788 $20,567 $17,788 $20,315 $17,788


$154,208


$124,516


$29,692 Over Budget

Power Outage -- There will be a scheduled power outage at Granadillo Point Housing, units 5 through 14, February 25 from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Subject outage is for replacement of rotted power pole.

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: CTRI and Mrs. Bob Street
Baby: Justin Arthur
Born: January 11
Weight: 9 pounds, 6 1/2 ounces
Moss Support Group In recognition of National Children's Dental Health Month, this group of moms and preschoolers will visit the Dental Clinic Wednesday, February 26. The group will meet at the Family Service Center, 9 a.m. and proceed to the the Dental Clinic together. There will be a dental screening given and a tour of the facilities. For more information, call Susan Byrd, FSC, 4141 or 4153.

CPO Hail And Farewell -- The CPO Hail and Farewell is being held tomorrow, February 22, with cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m., featuring roasted whole pig, broiled snapper, luau rice, mixed vegetables, dinner rolls and a relish tray. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m., with the theme being "Back to the past, 1950s and 1960s Blast." CPOs will not wat to miss this event. Cost is $8 per person, at the door. Half price is being charged for those arriving and departing with their spouses eating free. Join us in this get together. Get involved in your club and the community.


UWeekend on TV8

Saturday
12:30 p.m. CNN Headline
1:00p.m. College Basketball: Louisville vs.
Houston
3:00 p.m. CNN Headline News
3:30 p.m. College Basketball: Navy vs Army
5:30 p.m. Too Close For Comfort
6:00 p.m. CNN Headline News Sunday
12:30 p.m. CNN News
1:05 p.m. Richmond 400
4:05 p.m. All Star Wrestling
5:05 p.m. Donahue
5:55 p.m. Just Jazz
6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News


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SF-171 Tips Scoop
International Friendship Day Saler
Golden Anchor


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At The Hook -- Tonight, 7 p.m., Bible Study, "Book
of Romans," will be at the Hook. Tomorrow, 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 PD
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; WOl - W03: $12; and W04 and up, including
civilians, $15.

Dog Dip -- A dog dip will be held tomorrow, February 22, 9 - 11 a.m. at the Dog Pound.

Girl Scouts -- To celebrate International Friendship Day, Girl Scout Troop Five will meet tomorrow, 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.

Black History Dinner Dance -- You are all invited
to the Black Dinner Dance tomorrow, 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.
Windjamer -- The Windjamer Ballroom and Steak House will be closed tomorrow, February 22, due to the Black History Dinner Dance. The Barrell Club will be open for
all fleet sailors.

Le'Roy Simons and Band -- The Le'Roy Simmons and Band will be appearing at the Windjammer Club tomorrow
through Tuesday.

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 arddrinks. For more
information, call the Family Service Center, 4141, 4153
DWH, or Dennis, 3922 AWH.

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.

Recreation Services -- W-2 Forms may be picked up
for those employees of Recreation Services who have not
received one as of yet.

Needle Craft Class -- A Needle Craft six-week
beginner course starts Monday, February 24. Fee is $20 per person, which includes all the supplies to complete
the projects. The class will cover introduction to
stichery, familarization with difficult fabrics,
stiching mediums, needles, hoops, crewl stiching and
much more. The class is limited to 10 students, so sign
up now. For more information, call Barbara Diaz, 3845
DWH, or 3913 AWH.

Reed Weaving -- There is a special craft class on
how to weave reed into baskets Monday, February 24, at
the old high school, $10. Students need to bring
pencil, paper, four clip clothes pens, and scissors.
The class is limited to 10, so sign up now. For more information call Barbara Diaz, 3845 DWH, or 3913 AWH.







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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN ...............m. ander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qudr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceyBInqton..............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Cuilleeau, USN...................... Manain Eitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................ Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane Anmerman ...................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Nathan Durbin .............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez ........................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields ...................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremain ................................. Reservist Support
Lt. Ann Waggener... ........................ Seservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station spers, under the direction of the pblic affairs officer. The Daily Gzsette is printed five times a wye.k at goverrment expense on government equipment, at the Nav Publications and Prnting Service Branch Office. The opinions ann statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base.


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Tips on completing your SF-171


The basic Federal
employment application form is called the Personal Qualifications Statement, Standard Form 171 (SF-171). The information submitted in the SF-171 is used to determine your qualifications
for the job(s) for which you are applying.
Your work experience and education described in your SF-171 are rated against the experience and education
requirements outlined in the Qualification Standards, Office of Personnel Management Handbook X-118 and X-118C for each job.
The information in your SF-171 can make the difference between your being
rated eligible or ineligible for a job, or being ranked qualified or highly qualified
for a job. So, it is important that your application be completed carefully, accurately, and neatly.
Application Appearance
Your application must be typed, or written, or printed
legibly and clearly in dark ink. It takes time and effort to produce a quality application that fully represents your experience and qualifications.
Remember to leave the position you are applying for, the grade level, signature and date spaces blank, so that you can insert this information for each new position you apply for. You must submit xeroxed copies of your SF-171.
Getting Started
Prior to completing the SF-171, determine the job(s) your are applying for, and read the qualifications requirements to determine if your experience and education are qualifying. Copies of job announcements are available at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office (NBCPO).
We will only accept applications for vacancies currently under recruitment. We will not match your skills
and abilities against all positions under recruitment.
You will only be considered
for positions that you specifically apply for on your applications, for which we are currently accepting applications.
Answer all questions on the SF-171. If a question does not apply to you, put not applicable or NA. This indicates that you did not simply overlook the question, but the question did not apply to you. That way we will not send for additional information unnecessarily, and cause a delay in your consideration for appointment or promotion.
We will not expand on each item in the SF-171 individually, because most questions are self explanatory. We will concentrate on only the important areas that affect your qualifications or consideration, or that cause applicants the most troubles. We encourage you to read the "General Instructions" section of the SF-171, and "How To Apply" section of the "Merit Staffing Position Announcement," and follow these instructions carefully.
Experience Blocks
The experience blocks of the SF-171 are used to evaluate your experience and
determine your qualifications. It is important to give a complete and detailed description of your specific duties, responsibilities, and accomplishments for each position held.


Job duties are the tasks or functions performed in order to carry out your job. Job responsibilites show that you exercised judgement an acted independently in the
performance of a job duty.
Job accomplishnents are the end products or the results that came about because accomplishments are the end products or the results that came about because you initiated the task, or that you are associated with superior performance of duties.
The person evaluating your application cannot assume your performed duties in a particular job. The duties, responsibilities, and accomplishments must be clearly stated in your application to receive proper
credit.
Before you start to prepare your description of duties,
ask yourself the following questions:
Wat are my exact duties?
What were my exact responsibilities?
Did I perform duties on my own initiative, without quidance?
What did I accomplish, and how did I go about it?
Did my accomplishment lead to an award or special recognition?
Did I personally create or establish a procedure that was used, or did I improve an old one?
The answers should be in your job description.
When completing the
experience blocks, kept the following suggestions in mind:
Use natural and precise descriptions of duties. Do not copy from past job
descriptions. Put in your own words, as completely and concisely as possible. Do not use abbreviations that are not commonly known. Use continuation sheet SF-171A,
or a blank 8 1/2 x 11-inch sheet of paper, if description of duties is longer than space provided or if more experience blocks are needed. Remember when using blank sheets of paper to include
all information requested in experience blocks on the
SF-171, and put your name at the top of each page.
Change experience blocks each time that you changed jobs, you received a promotion, or your duties and responsibilities changed
significantly. Even while working for the same employer, your duties and responsibilities may have changed. To give appropriate
time credit to each set duties and responsibilities, they must be separated. This separation of duties also applies to military service. Describe each major duty assignment. The duties and responsibilities of a third
class petty officer are significant different from the duties and responsibilities of a first class petty officer.
If you have held a position where you performed more than one type of work (for example, carpenter and
electrician or secretary and cashier), you should estimate
the percentage of time you spent performing each type of
work, and have the percentage verified by the appropriate supervisor. This is important, so that you may
receive proper time credit for each type of work you performed when your experience is evaluated.
Do not submit a resume or job description instead of


completing the experience block of the SF-171. Volunteer experience in religious, civic, welfare, or other organizational services is credit for experience in the same way paid experience is credited, provided the volunteer experience is pertinent and valuable to the position you are applying for. You should list volunteer experience in a
separate experience block in your SF-171, and show t e actual dates and the aver number of hours per week performed such work. For
example, 40 hours of volunteer experience is equal to one week of paid experience.
Education And Training
For some jobs, special education or training or a
four-year college degree is a job requirement. But for many jobs, education in a college or university can be substituted for or be a supplement to required experience.
Be sure to list all other schools you have attended or training you have completed; whether the training was
formal or informal, it w, develop you overaW qualifications, (for example, business, vocational, or
trade schools, armed forces training; correspondence courses; or non-credit continuing education
courses) . Include as much information as possible about the time content of each training course or school.
Suitability
In the SF-171, you must
list any incident which resulted in your being fired from a job, or an offense against the law. A firing from a job or conviction for an unlawful offense does not necessarily mean you cannot be appointed to a position in
the Federal government.
Therefore, it is important that you describe the circumstances and the facts
related to each incident, so that a determination can be
made concerning your suitability for federal
government.
Failure to provide the information requested, could result in a delay in your consideration. If suitability for Federal employment cannot be determined locally, yy application will be sent
the Office of Personne Manaqement and consideration
will be suspended until suitability is determined. Submitting Application
After you have completed your application, reread it,
and make sure that you have answered all questions and that you have given complete information concerning your experience and education.
Date and sign your application, and submit it to the appropriate office along with all forms and additional
information requested in the announcement for the position for which you are applying.


Top reader

correction
The top reader in Ms. Huffington's second grade class for the month of January was Dale Rieck.





Captain's Hotline
4800


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YARD SALES
Marine Site 130 Saturday from 8 a.m. until nothing is left. We have many assorted
items at "must sell" prices. Everything from kitchen decor and electrical appliances to women's clothing and fishing lanterns.

Kittery Beach 362C Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Two-family sale. Bikes, dive equipment, garden seeds, VHS equipment and tapes, coffee tables, washer and dryer, nt bike seat, car seat, Wmuch more.

Tierra K 124 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Boys size 12 clothing, desk chair,
bicycle parts, misc. items. Sale will be in backyard.
TWO WHEELERS
'84 Honda Aero 80, silver, like new, includes helmet,
Honda brand new rear basket, solar cover, and new tire, $775. Call 4421 or 4515 AT.

'75 Honda CL200, runs good, $350 or best offer. Available
Feb. 26. Call 4375 DWH.

'83 Honda GLIIOOA Goldwing Aspencade, approx. 6000
miles, fully dressed. Canbe seen at GPI4A. Call Bob at 3299 AWH or 2145 U'WH.
AUTOS
'67 Ford Falcon, $300. Call Chuck at 4111 DWH.
BOATS
One nice out of bounds certified 14' V Hull boat,
with windshield, comes with a trailer and two motors. One 20hp and one 6hp. All ready for anyone to go fishing. Boat is white, in the water 0 Leeward Point. Asking 00 for everything. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH.

One 16' Tri Hull with 25hp
Evinroe engine. Good condition, needs inside painting. Will sell boat and engine separately. Contact Trevor Samuels at 4012 AWH or 4875/4862 DWH.

One 21' Grady White Center
Console, new lower unit with approx. 20hr on fresh 140hp Mercury outboard, two new marine batteries, 60-gallon fuel cell, automatic bilge pump, CB radio, AM/FM cassette, outriggers, depth ,"er, bimini top, 10 life , ts, inspection good until Jan. 1987. Custom tandum trailer. The hull alone is approx. $12,000 in States. All for $8000. Call Carl at
2906 AWH.
SCUBA GEAR
New scuba equipment. Dacor
BC, size large, colored weights and belt, Dacor console with compass,
Sherwood regulator, $460. Call 3722.

BOAT PARTS
One 40hp Johnson for parts, $75. Call 3245 or 4848 DWH.


WANTED
GIMO's soon to be performing rick 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.

One single box spring and one single mattress in good condition. Reasonable price. Call 3623 AWH.

Motorcycle parts for a 1980
Kawasaki 440 LTD. Call 3623 AWH.

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

AIR CONDITIONERS
One 15,000 BTU (220 volt) a/c, works perfectly, $150. Call Holt at 6395/6353 DWH or 6129 AWH.

Fedders 18,000 BTU w/energy saver, very good condition, $250. Call Andy at 6472 AWH.
ORGAN
Lowary organ, excellent condition, $800. Call 3245 or 4848 DWH.
SERVICES
Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the
value of your car.

If your time is limited, and if you don't have all the time you need to clean your home, I will clean for you, weekly at a reasonable rate. Call Dianne at 3222.
FURNITURE
Firm mattress and box springs
set for full/double bed, Sealy Posturpedic Royale, $150 or best offer over $100. Call 4708 AWH.

Five-piece living room set. Rust tan, brown, tan plaid. Couch, love seat, chair,
recliner, hasset, good condition. Must sell, $200 or best offer. Call 3623 AWH.
BABY ITEMS
Full size baby crib, good condition, $50. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter,
excellent condition, will sell for $175, paid $300. Call 2489 AT before 8 p.m.

Two complete Sherwood dive sets, $450 each; enhancer, $150; Fisher VHS, $175; tapes, $15 each. Moving off island. Everything must go. Serious inquiries only. Everything is firm. Call
Diane at 2957 AT or stop by Kittery Beach 362C.

Cox airplane fuel for .049 engines, $2 per can. Call 4542 AT.


Old Guantanamo Bay -- Tomorrow is International Friendship Day for Girl Scouts. Above, Cuban Girl Guides and
American Girl Scouts form a friendship ring. This picture was taken in 1956, and depicts


Back in my younger and skinnier days, I decided to
become - Tupperware lady to "have t..n, meet people, and supplement my income in my spare time." The company
provided free, on the job training and a foolproof set of guidelines that promised me success in exchange for sharing the product with other women in their homes.
Caught up in the whirlwind of hype, I packed my plastic pottery in my little blue suitcase, arrived at my
hostess' house and proceeded to peddle my wares. We played games and I put measuring cups and containers of all sizes into everyone's hands.
I babbled about the bowls and too soon the big moment came when the demonstration was over and it was time to
"help the ladies with their orders" and invite myself into their homes for more fun and games.
This can be an awkward time and for someone like myself who has the social grace of a heifer, it was agony. The
company once again came to my rescue with a perfect plan. I was to look at my hostess and say, "Thanks again for
inviting all of us here. May I follow you into the kitchen for a drink of water?"
At this point, I was to quietly exit behind the
hostess, suggest to her that


one of the many functions that Girl Guides
and Girl Scouts participated in, reaching out in thought through friendship. (Official photograph U.S. Navy)


she wait before serving the refreshments and hide out in the kitchen for a few
minutes, so as not to appear too anxious to tally up the orders. Trust me, this did not work. The whole gang galloped to the kitchen and
proceeded to gobble up all the refreshments. Instead of totaling orders, I was exchanging recipes and instead of asking some unsuspecting lady, "When would you like to have a few of your friends in for a get together so you can receive the lovely blender (or
whatever the big gift was at the time), I blurted out, "Hi, when can I come to your house and sample some of your food?"
Seriously, it was fun, I met a lot of wonderful people, and also collected lots of fabulous recipes.
One of my favorites is the Hershey Cake which was given to me by a lady in Norfolk.
Continuing into February, the month of the potato, the Hot Potato Salad is simply
delicious. Thank you Marge ,for sharing it with all of us.
Question. Does anyone have the recipe for authentic Cuban bread, the kind that is baked in the PaLmetto leaves?
If you have a recipe you would like share, drop it off
in a guard mail enevelope and send it to Sue at Stop #12.


Hershey Cake
1 can Hershey syrup Mix together in order
(16-oz. size) given and bake in 9x13
1 stick butter pan at 350 for 30-40 min.
1 cup sugar
4 eggs
1 cup flour
1 tsp. baking powder Dash of salt


1 cup sugar 1/3 cup evap. milk (undiluted) 1/2 cup seni-sweet choc. bits
1 stick butter


International

Friendship

Day

International friendship goes on every day of the year.
However, February is the month that Girl Scouts set aside for special emphasis on this part of their program.
Tomorrow, February 22, is the birthday of both Lord and Lady Baden-Powell. Since 1926, February 22 has been celebrated as Friendship Day. On this special day, Girl Scouts send greetings to each other. This shows the spirits
of Girl Scouting that unites all members of the World Association in international friendship.

Maryann Myers
Girl Scouts
Chairman


Village

breakdown

On February 22, a day on which Girl Guides and Girl Scouts reach out in thought too their friends throughout the world, let us remember the following words:
If the world were a village with 1,000 inhabitants, its population would be made up of 60 North Americans, 80 South Americans, 86 Aficans, 210 Europeans, and 564 Asians
If the world were a village with 1,000 inhibitants, there would be 300 Christians, 60
people would own half of the total wealth, 500 would not have enough to eat, 600 would live in slams, 700 would be illiterate.
If this village were our village, we would want it to change.
But in fact, this village is our village, since it is our wrrld.


Boil 3 minutes and pour over warm cake.


Hot Potato Salad
Donated by Marge Rook 6-8 potatoes, boiled and cubed Put in greased casserole
1 cup diced celery and bake at 425 for
1 cup diced onions approx. 20 min. or until
1 pound velveeta cheese, cubed cheese melts I cup real mayonnaise (Hellmans) (I use part Miracle Whip)


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Golden Anchor

"An overwhelming success


The first expedition of the
Golden Anchor fishing boat got underway Monday mornirg, February 17. There was a
feeling of excitement and anticipation as the crew and fishermen boarded on the first voyage of the latest addition to Guantanamo Bay.
For a half day excursion of $10 per person all passengers received rod, reel, bait and tackle, and a chance to test their luck as well as their skill. Captain Jim Frates,


skipper of the Golden Anchor, was eager to. find the prime fishing locations of Guantanamo Bay. The-half-day's, trip came to a successful close with a catch of a 15pound Black Jack, a sand shark, and several halibut. The next expedition is planned for Saturday, February 22 at 5:30 a.m. and Sunday, February 23 at 4:30
p.m. Make your reservations now. The first 40 to sign-up will go.


Golden Anchor Arrives -- On Friday, Feb. 14, Golden Anchor arrives from Mayport,


Fla., and is greeted by a barrel boat
flotilla. (Photo by PHl Glenn Davis)


Excitement -- Bob Sinnott (right) , aboard a tugboat in the bay. (Photo by PHI Director of Recreation Services, and the Glenn Davis)
chief-of-the-boat (left), meet Golden Anchor


Biggest Catch -- This 15-pound Black Jack was the highlight of the Golden Anchor's half-day cruise. (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Rick Fischer)


Anxiously Awaiting Fishermen -- On Friday, Jan. 17, several residents, including TV8's Wayne Boyd (front) try their


luck at fishing during Golden Anchor's first shakedown cruise. (Photo by Lt. Omdr. Rick Fischer)


Successful Resident -- Mrs. Anne Finch proved to be a skilled fishermen as she reeled in this Red Snapper as Chnarlie Parr looks on. (Photo by Lt. Odr. Rick Fischer)


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Photo by PHI Glenn Davis


Area athletics.


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

Project Player Needs Instructors -- Project player is. a new Recreation Services program designed for the
unaccompanied military here. The program is a dynamic one involving leisure recreation ad education. In order to make
this program a success, we need instructors! W hat can you teach, aerobics, tennis, hiking, snorkling, painting, drawing, ceramics, racquetball, jogging, weightlifting, skaking, weaving? Earn a little money and fortify your
experience here. Be a player! For more information, contact Susan Yaeger, 2249.


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* Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 35 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, Feb. 21, 1986 cngress gains support to cut off Philippines (UPI) -Congressional support is rapidly mounting to stop all U.S. aid to the embattled regime of Philippine President Marcos, in spite of the administration's repeated urgings to proceed with caution. A House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee voted unanimously yesterday to deny military and economic aid to Manila, in response to charges that Marcos rigged the February 7 presidential election. The White House has urged Congress to hold off any action until special envoy Philip Habib returns from Manila to report on conditions in the troubled nation. The House bill provides that U.S. aid to the Philippines government may resume when Reagan reports that a legitimate government has been established which has the support of the people. Habib held a second round of talks with Philippine opposition leader Corazon Aquino today, gathering information about the fraud-tainted presidential election. During the meeting, Habib reportedly asked Aquino about the direction of her non-violent campaign to oust Marcos. Aquino's spokesman says she only smiled and replied, "Wait and see. That is best. Let events speak for themselves." Habib met separately with Aquino and Marcos Monday, hearing contradictory accusations of election irregularities. 'aba River breaks causing thousands to flee (UPI) -A storm-swollen river in northern California ripped out 100-feet of level, forcing thousands of people to flee from their homes last night. The Yuba River broke through a level near Marysville, Calif., forcing evacuation of about 20,000 people from the towns of Linda and Olivehurst. Much of Linda is under < four-feet of water. Olivehurst was evacuated as a precautionary measure. Rescue helicopters equipped with spotlights ranged over the flooded area and plucked some trapped residents from rooftops. No serious injuries are reported. Record runoff also broke some levees in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Delta farming region and caused related problems in the sierra. The historic week-long deluge that has battered northern California began losing its punch yesterday. The sun peeked though the cloudy skies, and there were intermittent showers. There was none of the ferocity which had prompted the evacuation of thousands because of flooding, closed schools and highways and caused mudslides. Other western rivers gorged with the muddy runoff of storms, since February 12, push against dangerously weakened levees today. The danger has not subsided across northern California, Nevada, Utah, and Colorado. The relentless barrage of rain, wind, and snow has caused $285 million in damage, killed 18 people and forced the evacuation of 34,000 people. The last of the Pacific storms moved further east today, spreading wet snow across the plains and raising fears of flooding throughout the midwest. Truly vows to correct cause of explosion (UPI) -A former space shuttle commander is in as the new head of NASA's shuttle program, and a prominent senator wants the Space Agency's acting director out. Rear Adm. Richard Truly took over the shuttle program 'erday, vowing to find and rect the cause of the dha lenger's explosion that left seven astronauts dead on January 28. Truly has first-hand insight about the shuttle. He commanded Challenger during an August 1983 flight. NASA' s acting administrator, William Graham, also is promising that any flaws in the shuttle process will be remedied. South Carolina Democratic Senator Ernest Hollings is calling for Graham's resignation. Hollings says Graham misled a Senate subcommittee about NASA's knowledge of objections to the launch by engineers from Morton Thiokol, the company that made Challenger's booster rockets. The engineers were worried that the cold weather at launch time could damage seals between sections of the boosters. A rupture in one of the boosters, possibly because of seal failure, may have caused the explosion. Graham says that, despite the objections, Morton Thiokol recommended launching the Challenger. Disease control records 17,517 cases of AIDS (UPI) -A top researcher warns against underestimating AIDS .His warning follows a study that indicates the number of people likely to develop AIDS after being infected by the deadly virus appears much higher than previously estimated. National Cancer Institute revised its estimate rd after another year of monitoring the health of 276 homosexual men, hemophiliacs and drug users it has studied since 1982. Dr. James Goedert, the principal researcher, says the chance of developing Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome, among people infected with the virus in those risk groups, is higher than previously thought. He says infection rates range front eight percent to as high as 34 percent for most groups of homosexual men, hemophiliacs and drug users. Goedert cautions the study was small. He says results from large-scale studies under way now may be somewhat different. As of February 17, the centers for disease control has recorded 17,517 cases of Aids. Nine thousand one hundred ninety-four of the cases resulted in death. Key federal drug witness slain (UPI) -Federal agents conviction in Miami. continue to scour the country Officials say Seal for a fourth a man wanted in stubbornly refused federal the contract killing of a key efforts to protect his life. federal drug witness. One federal official called Three men were arrested at him the most important three different points witness in drug enforcement yesterday less than 24 hours history. Seal's testimony after the slaying of Barry already resulted in several Seal in Baton Rouge, convictions in drug cases and La. he ws to heve been the star Seal was cut down in the witness in the Florida Trial parking lot of a Salvation Army of Jorge Ochoa, now facing halfway house. He was serving extradition in Spain. Ochoa, a probationary sentence after of Colombia, was allegedly a agreeing to testify for the ringleader of a vast cocaine governments following a drug snuggling gane. Intra-command transfers Personnel transferring intra-cmmand should check in with the Post Office, in order to update the Post Office locater file. W E News of the bay Great American Family -The Family Service Center has received the results from the judging for the Great American Family. The judges selected four families from the many families who were nominated. They are: Captain and Mrs. Gallen family, Lt. and Mrs. Gzun family, EMC Alvin and Mrs. Hawkins family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee thite and family. We are proud to present these fine families to the Great American Family Society as representative from our Guantanamo Bay Community. As part of one family is off island at this time we will run pictures and a feature at a later date. MON TUE WED THUR FRI SAT SUN GTHO Electrical Usage FEB 10 -FEB 16 Fuel Costs For Electrical Usage Budget $22,916 $17,788 $21,898 $17,788 $22,594 $17,788 $23,055 $17,788 $22,864 $17,788 $20,567 $17,788 $20,315 $17,788 Total $154,208 For Use $124,516 $29,692 Over Budget Power Outage -There will be a scheduled power outage at Granadillo Point Housing, units 5 through 14, February 25 from 8:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m. Subject outage is for replacement of rotted power pole. 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: CTRI and Mrs. Bob Street Baby: Justin Arthur Born: January 11 Weight: 9 pounds, 6 1/2 ounces Hons Support Group In recognition of National Children's Dental Health Month, this group of moms and preschoolers will visit the Dental Clinic Wednesday, February 26. The group will meet at the Family Service Center, 9 a.m. and proceed to the the Dental Clinic together. There will be a dental screening given and a tour of the facilities. For more information, call Susan Byrd, FSC, 4141 or 4153. CPO Hail And Farewell -The CPO Hail and Farewell is being held tomorrow, February 22, with cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m., featuring roasted whole pig, broiled snapper, luau rice, mixed vegetables, dinner rolls and a relish tray. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m., with the theme being "Back to the past, 1950s and 1960s Blast." CPOs will not writ to miss this event. Cost is $8 per person, at the door. Half price is being charged for those arriving and departing with their spouses eating free. Join us in this get together. Get involved in your club and the community. Weekend on TV8 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:05 p.m. 4:05 p.m. 5:05 p.m. 5:55 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Saturday CNN Headline College Basketball: Louisville vs. Houston CNN Headline News College Basketball: Navy vs Army Too Close For Comfort CNN Headline News Sunday CNN News Richmond 400 All Star Wrestling Donahue Just Jazz CNN Headline News Inside Page 2 -SF-171 Tips Page 2 -Scoop Page 3 -International Friendship Day Page 3 -Saler Page 4 -Golden Anchor N.E. Coll lr loww -wag-, Zz ( I.P

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Ike ICO fp At The Hook -Tonight, 7 p.m., Bible Study, "Book of Raans," will be at the Hook. Tomorrow, 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 PWD civilian employees; and Monday, February 24: For all other personnel. Tickets will be sold at the PMD 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 -W03: $12; and W04 and up, including civilians, $15. Dog Dip -A dog dip will be held tomorrow, February 22, 9 -11 a.m. at the Dog Pound. Girl Scouts -To celebrate International Friendship Day, Girl Scout Troop Five will meet tomorrow, 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. Black History Dinner Dance -You are all invited to the Black Dinner Dance tomorrow, 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. Windjammer -The Windjammer Ballroom and Steak House will be closed tomorrow, February 22, due to the Black History Dinner Dance. The Barrell Club will be open for all fleet sailors. Le"Roy Simons and Band -The Le'Roy Simmons and Band will be appearing at the Windjamer Club tomorrow through Tuesday. 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 D'H, or Dennis, 3922 AWH. 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. Recreation Services -W-2 Forms may be picked up for those employees of Recreation Services who have not received one as of yet. Needle Craft Class -A Needle Craft six-week beginner course starts Monday, February 24. Fee is $20 per person, which includes all the supplies to complete the projects. The class will cover introduction to stichery, familarization with difficult fabrics, stiching mediums, needles, hoops, crewl stiching and much more. The class is limited to 10 students, so sign up now. For more information, call Barbara Diaz, 3845 DAH, or 3913 AWH. Reed Weaving -There is a special craft class on how to weave reed into baskets Monday, February 24, at the old high school, $10. Students need to bring pencil, paper, four clip clothes pens, and scissors. The class is limited to 10, so sign up now. For more information call Barbara Diaz, 3845 DWH, or 3913 AWH. Dailg gazettee --U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN .Conarrner, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cdr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer 301 Staceyy vinqxton .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nil Guilldeeu, USH. .Managin Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN. .Assis Ftlitor Mrs. Diane Paneoman.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff .Production Assistant Nathan Durbin.Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Trenain.aservist Support Lt. Ann Waggamer.Reservist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equinnt, at the Navy Publications and Printina Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appar herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Capartmat or Connander, U.S. Naval Base. Tips on completing your SF-171 The basic Federal employment application form is called the Personal Qualifications Statement, Standard Form 171 (SF-171). The information submitted in the SF-171 is used to determine your qualifications for the job(s) for which you are applying. Your work experience and education described in your SF-171 are rated against the experience and education requirements outlined in the Qualification Standards, Office of Personnel Management Handbook X-ll8 and X-118C for each job. The information in your SF-171 can make the difference between your being rated eligible or ineligible for a job, or being ranked qualified or highly qualified for a job. So, it is important that your application be completed carefully, accurately, and neatly. Application Appearance Your application must be typed, or written, or printed legibly and clearly in dark ink. It takes time and effort to produce a quality application that fully represents your experience aod qualifications. Remember to leave the position you are applying for, the grade level, signature and date spaces blank, so that you can insert this information for each new position you apply for. You must submit xeroxed copies of your SF-171. Getting Started Prior to completing the SF-171, determine the job(s) your are applying for, and read the qualifications requirements to determine if your experience and education are qualifying. Copies of job announcements are available at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office (NBCPO). We will only accept applications for vacancies currently under recruitment. Na will not match your skills and abilities against all positions under recruitment. You will only be considered for positions that you specifically apply for on your applications, for which we are currently accepting applications. Answer all questions on the SF-171. If a question does not apply to you, put not applicable or NA. This indicates that you did not simply overlook the question, but the question did not apply to you. That way we will not send for additional information unnecessarily, and cause a delay in your consideration for appointment or promotion. We will not expand on each item in the SF-171 individually, because most questions are self explanatory. We will concentrate on only the important areas that affect your qualifications or consideration, or that cause applicants the most troubles. We encourage you to read the "General Instructions" section of the SF-171, and "How To Apply" section of the "Merit Staffing Position Announcement," and follow these instructions carefully. Experience Blocks The experience blocks of the SF-171 are used to evaluate your experience and determine your qualifications. It is important to give a complete and detailed description of your specific duties, responsibilities, and accomplishments for each position held. Job duties are the tasks or functions performed in order to carry out your job. Job responsibilites show that you exercised judgement and acted independently in the performance of a job duty. Job accomplishments are the end products or the results that came about because accomplishments are the end products or the results that came about because you initiated the task, or that you are associated with superior performance of duties. The person evaluating your application cannot assume your performed duties in a particular job. The duties, responsibilities, and accomplishments must be clearly stated in your application to receive proper credit. Before you start to prepare your description of duties, ask yourself the following questions: What are my exact duties? What were my exact responsibilities? Did I perform duties on my own initiative, without guidance? What did I accomplish, and how did I go about it? Did my accomplishment lead to an award or special recognition? Did I personally create or establish a procedure that was used, or did I improve an old one? The answers should be in your job description. When completing the experience blocks, kept the following suggestions in mind: Use natural and precise descriptions of duties. Do not copy from past job descriptions. Put in your own words, as completely and concisely as possible. Do not use abbreviations that are not commonly known. Use continuation sheet SF-171A, or a blank 8 1/2 x 11-inch sheet of paper, if description of duties is longer than space provided or if more experience blocks are needed. Remember when using blank sheets of paper to include all information requested in experience blocks on the SF-171, and put your name at the top of each page. Change experience blocks each time that you changed jobs, you received a promotion, or your duties and responsibilities changed significantly. Even while working for the same employer, your duties and responsibilities may have changed. To give appropriate time credit to each set duties and responsibilities, they must be separated. This separation of duties also applies to military service. Describe each major duty assignment. The duties and responsibilities of a third class petty officer are significant different from the duties and responsibilities of a first class petty officer. If you have held a position where you performed more than one type of work (for example, carpenter and electrician or secretary and cashier), you should estimate the percentage of time you spent performing each type of work, and have the percentage verified by the appropriate supervisor. This is important, so that you may receive proper time credit for each type of work you performed when your experience is evaluated. Do not submit a resume or job description instead of completing the experience block of the SF-171. Volunteer experience in religious, civic, welfare, or other organizational services is credit for experience in the same way paid experience is credited, provided the volunteer experience is pertinent and valuable to the position you are applying for. You should list volunteer experience in a separate experience block in your SF-171, and show te actual dates and the aver number of hours per week performed such work. For example, 40 hours of volunteer experience is equal to one week of paid experience. Education And Training For some jobs, special education or training or a four-year college degree is a job requirement. But for many jobs, education in a college or university can be substituted for or be a supplement to required experience. Be sure to list all other schools you have attended or training you have completed; whether the training was formal or informal, it w' develop you overa qualifications, (for example, business, vocational, or trade schools, armed forces training; correspondence courses; or non-credit continuing education courses) .Include as much information as possible about the time content of each training course or school. Suitability In the SF-171, you must list any incident which resulted in your being fired from a job, or an offense against the law. A firing from a job or conviction for an unlawful offense does not necessarily mean you cannot be appointed to a position in the Federal government. Therefore, it is important that you describe the circumstances and the facts related to each incident, so that a determination can be made concerning your suitability for federal government. Failure to provide the information requested, could result in a delay in your consideration. If suitability for Federal employment cannot be determined locally, yo application will be sent the Office of Personne Management and consideration will be suspended until suitability is determined. Submitting Application After you have completed your application, reread it, and make sure that you have answered all questions and that you have given complete information concerning your experience ard education. Date and sign your application, and submit it to the appropriate office along with all forms and additional information requested in the announcement for the position for which you are applying. Top reader correction The top reader in Ms. Huffington's second grade class for the month of January was Dale Rieck. Captain's Hotline 4800 2 Daily Gazette Friday, February 21, 1986

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t e YARD SALES Marine Site 130 Saturday from 8 a.m. until nothing is left. We have many assorted items at "must sell" prices. Everything from kitchen decor and electrical appliances to women's clothing and fishing lanterns. Kittery Beach 362C Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Two-family sale. Bikes, dive equipment, garden seeds, VHS equipment and tapes, coffee tables, washer and dryer, i nt bike seat, car seat, much more. Tierra K 124 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Boys size 12 clothing, desk chair, bicycle parts, misc. items. Sale will be in backyard. TWO WHEELERS '84 Honda Aero 80, silver, like new, includes helmet, Honda brand new rear basket, solar cover, and new tire, $775. Call 4421 or 4515 AT. '75 Honda CL200, runs good, $350 or best offer. Available Feb. 26. Call 4375 DWH. '83 Honda GLllOOA Goldwing Aspencade, approx. 6000 miles, fully dressed. Can be seen at GPl4A. Call Bob at 3299 AWH or 2145 DWH. AUTOS '67 Ford Falcon, $300. Call Chuck at 4111 DWH. BOATS One nice out of bounds certified 14' V Hull boat, with windshield, comes with a trailer and two motors. One 20hp and one 6hp. All ready for anyone to go fishing. Boat is white, in the water S8 Leeward Point. Asking 00 for everything. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH. One 16' Tri Hull with 25hp Evinroe engine. Good condition, needs inside painting. Will sell boat and engine separately. Contact Trevor Samuels at 4012 AWH or 4875/4862 00H. One 21' Grady White Center Console, new lower unit with approx. 20hr on fresh 14Ohp Mercury outboard, two new marine batteries, 60-gallon fuel cell, automatic bilge pump, CB radio, AM/FM cassette, outriggers, depth er, bimini top, 10 life Us, inspection good until Jan. 1987. Custom tandum trailer. The hull alone is approx. $12,000 in States. All for $8000. Call Carl at 2906 AWH. SCUBA GEAR New scuba equipment. Dacor BC, size large, colored weights and belt, Dacor console with compass, Sherwood regulator, $460. Call 3722. BOAT PARTS One 4Ohp Johnson for parts, $75. Call 3245 or 4848 DWH. WANTED GTMO's soon to be performing rick 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. One single box spring and one single mattress in good condition. Reasonable price. Call 3623 AWH. Motorcycle parts for a 1980 Kawasaki 440 LTD. Call 3623 AWH. Would the person who brought in my car part on the MAC flight on Friday, Feb. 7, please contact me, Sandra Bernstein at 2201 DWH or 3788 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 15,000 BTU (220 volt) a/c, works perfectly, $150. Call Holt at 6395/6353 EWH or 6129 AWH. Fedders 18,000 BTU w/energy saver, very good condition, $250. Call Andy at 6472 AWH. ORGAN Lowary organ, excellent condition, $800. Call 3245 or 4848 DWH. SERVICES Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car. If your time is limited, and if you don't have all the time you need to clean your home, I will clean for you, weekly at a reasonable rate. Call Dianne at 3222. FURNITURE Firm mattress and box springs set for full/double bed, Sealy Posturpedic Royale, $150 or best offer over $100. Call 4708 AWH. Five-piece living room set. Rust tan, brown, tan plaid. Couch, love seat, chair, recliner, basset, good condition. Must sell, $200 or best offer. Call 3623 AWH. BABY ITEMS Full size baby crib, good condition, $50. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, excellent condition, will sell for $175, paid $300. Call 2489 AT before 8 p.m. Two complete Sherwood dive sets, $450 each; enhancer, $150; Fisher VHS, $175; tapes, $15 each. Moving off island. Everything must go. Serious inquiries only. Everything is firm. Call Diane at 2957 AT or stop by Kittery Beach 362C. Cox airplane fuel for .049 engines, $2 per can. Call 4542 AT. Old Guantanamo Bay -Tomorrow is one of the many functions that Girl Guides International Friendship Day for Girl and Girl Scouts participated in, reaching Scouts. Above, Cuban Girl Guides and out in thought through friendship. (Official American Girl Scouts form a friendship ring. photograph U.S. Navy) This picture was taken in 1956, and depicts On a platt O By Sue HiltonBack in my younger and skinnier days, I decided to become aTupperware lady to "have fin, meet people, and supplement my income in my spare time." The company provided free, on the job training and a foolproof set of guidelines that promised me success in exchange for sharing the product with other women in their homes. Caught up in the whirlwind of hype, I packed my plastic pottery in my little blue suitcase, arrived at my hostess' house and proceeded to peddle my wares. We played games and I put measuring cups and containers of all sizes into everyone's hands. I babbled about the bowls and too soon the big moment came when the demonstration was over and it was time to "help the ladies with their orders" and invite myself into their homes for more fun and games. This can be an awkward time and for someone like myself who has the social grace of a heifer, it was agony. The company once again came to my rescue with a perfect plan. I was to look at my hostess and say, "Thanks again for inviting all of us here. May I follow you into the kitchen for a drink of water?" At this point, I was to quietly exit behind the hostess, suggest to her that she wait before serving the refreshments and hide out in the kitchen for a few minutes, so as not to appear too anxious to tally up the orders. Trust me, this did not work. The whole gang galloped to the kitchen and proceeded to gobble up all the refreshments. Instead of totaling orders, I was exchanging recipes and instead of asking some unsuspecting lady, "When would you like to have a few of your friends in for a get together so you can receive the lovely blender (or whatever the big gift was at the time), I blurted out, "Hi, when can I come to your house and sample some of your food?" Seriously, it was fun, I met a lot of wonderful people, and also collected lots of fabulous recipes. One of my favorites is the Hershey Cake which was given to me by a lady in Norfolk. Continuing into February, the month of the potato, the Hot Potato Salad is simply delicious. Thank you Marge for sharing it with all of us. Question. Does anyone have the recipe for authentic Cuban bread, the kind that is baked in the PaLmetto leaves? If you have a recipe you would like share, drop it off in a guard mail enevelope and send it to Sue at Stop #12. Hershey Cake 1 can Hershey syrup Mix together in order (16-oz. size) given and bake in 9x13 1 stick butter pan at 350 for 30-40 sin. 1 cup sugar 4 eggs 1 cup flour 1 tsp. baking powder Dash of salt 1 cup sugar Boil 3 minutes and pour 1/3 cup evap. milk (undiluted) over warm cake. 1/2 cup semi-sweet choc. bits 1 stick butter Hot Potato Salad Donated by Marge Rook 6-8 potatoes, boiled and cubed Put in greased casserole 1 cup diced celery and hake at 425 for 1 cup diced onions approx. 20 sin, or until 1 pound velveeta choose, cubed cheese melts 1 cup real mayonnaise (Hellmans) (I use part Miracle Whip) International Friendship Day International friendship goes on every day of the year. However, February is the month that Girl Scouts set aside for special emphasis on this part of their program. Tomorrow, February 22, is the birthday of both Lord and Lady Baden-Powell. Since 1926, February 22 has been celebrated as Friendship Day. On this special day, Girl Scouts send greetings to each other. This shows the spirits of Girl Scouting that unites all members of the World Association in international friendship. Maryann Myers Girl Scouts Chairman Village breakdown On February 22, a day on which Girl Guides and Girl Scouts reach out in thought too their friends throughout the world, let us remember the following words: If the world were a village with 1,000 inhabitants, its population would be made up of 60 North Americans, 80 South Americans, 86 Aficans, 210 Europeans, and 564 Asians If the world were a village with 1,000 inhabitants, there would be 300 Christians, 60 people would own half of the total wealth, 500 would not have enough to eat, 600 would live in slums, 700 would be illiterate. If this village were our village, we would want it to change. But in fact, this village is our village, since it is our w cld. Friday, February 21, 1986I Daily Gazette

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Golden Anchor "An overwhelming success" The first expedition of the Golden Anchor fishing boat got underway Monday morning, February 17. There was a feeling of excitement and anticipation as the crew and fishermen boarded on the first voyage of the latest addition to Guantanamo Bay. For a half day excursion of $10 per person all passengers received rod, reel, bait and tackle, and a chance to test their luck as well as their skill. Captain Jim Frates, skipper of the Golden Anchor, was eager to find the prime fishing locations of Guantanamo Bay. The half-day's. trip came to a successful close with a catch of a 15pound Black Jack, a sand shark, and several halibut. The next expedition is planned for Saturday, February 22 at 5:30 a.m. and Sunday, February 23 at 4:30 p.m. Make your reservations now. The first 40 to sign-up will go. Golden Anchor Arrives -On Friday, Feb. 14, Golden Anchor arrives from Mayport, Fla., and is greeted by a barrel flotilla. (Photo by PH1 Glenn Davis) Excitement -Bob Sinnott (right) aboard a tugboat in the bay. (Photo by PH1 Director of Recreation Services, and the Glenn Davis) chief-of-the-boat (left), meet Golden Anchor J Biggest Catch -This 15-pound Black Jack was the highlight of the Golden Anchor's half-day cruise. (Photo by Lt. Qndr. Rick Fischer) / Anxiously Awaiting Fishermen -On Friday, Jan. 17, several residents, including TV8's Wayne Boyd (front) try their luck at fishing during Golden Anchor's first shakedown cruise. (Photo by Lt. Osdr. Rick Fischer) Successful Resident -Mrs. Anne Finch proved to be a skilled fishermen as she reeled in this Red Snapper as Charlie Parr looks on. (Photo by Lt. Onsr. Rick Fischer) / Area athletics Scuba Class -A PADI Open Water Scuba class will be offered staring Monday, February 24. Cost is $115. For more information call Bill Diesselhorst, 4353 AT. Project Player Needs Instructors -Project player is a new Recreation Services program designed for the unaccompanied military here. The program is a dynamic one involving leisure recreation and education. In order to make this program a success, we need instructors! What can you teach, aerobics, tennis, hiking, snorkling, painting, drawing, ceramics, racquetball, jogging, weightlifting, skaking, weaving? Earn a little money and fortify your experience here. Be a player! For more information, contact Susan Yaeger, 2249. Photo by PH1 Glenn Davis Daily Gazette Friday, February 21,-1986 boat 10 GOLDEN. C 'OR R NSTA GTM i-ir111 a _ -' Av n K A w .L M, r ..; r


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