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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 --No. 37 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986


Aquino new president of Philippines


SJ02 Neil Goillebeau

Ferdinand Marcos has departed the Presidential Palace and relinguished power of the Philippines to opposition opponent Corazon Aquino.
Marcos flew aboard a U.S. helicopter to Clark Air Force Base, where he will board a U.S. plane to an undisclosed



Public hearing

set to investigate

shuttle disaster
S ) -- A public hearing i n0 the disaster aboard the shuttle Challenger begins in Washington this morning.
Eight men are scheduled to appear before the presidential commission, headed by former Secretary of State William Rogers, investigating the tragedy.
Some of the witnesses are engineers for Morton Thiokol, the space contractor that built the shuttle's booster rockets, one of which may be linked to the explosion. The night before the disaster the engineers argued against allowing the launch.
The commission wants to learn if NASA officials put any pressure on them to give their okay.

U.S. approves

extradition

of 'war criminal

(UPI) __ The government is getting ready to send an accused Nazi war criminal to Israel to be tried.
The Supreme Court gave the qo-ahead for his extradition
V~day.
~iS John Demjanjuk, autoworker accused of being the so-called "Ivan the Terrible" responsible for the deaths of more than 900,000 Jews at the Treblinka Camp in Poland.
If his extradition goes through, he will be the first alleged war criminal since Adolf Eichmann to be tried in Israel. Eichmann was hanged in 1962.
Demjanjuk claims the witnesses against him have him confused with someone else.
Yesterday, the high court refused to consider Demjanjuk's appeal of his addition. Later Justice 5 ra Day O'Connor denied him an extension.


location.
Secretary of State George
Shultz says the U.S. recognizes the new government. Marcos, his family and associates have been offered safehaven in the U.S.
Shultz said about Aquino, "We pay special tribute to her for her committment to non-violence, which has


earned her the respect of all Americans."
Filipinos who were congregated outside the palace reportedly cheered when Marcos' departure was announced. They shook hands with soldiers who had earlier
kept them at bay outside the palace.
Tune to FM1O3 for full details.


Up, Up And Away -- Nathan Oliver, son of HTCS David and Mrs. Oliver, gets ready to take off parasailing over the bay
at Ocha Rios, Jamaica. More pictures and information about the February 14 - 17 ship trips to Jamaica will be upcoming in future issues of the Daily Gazette. (Photo by JOl Stacey Byington)


Child abuse cases on the rise


(UPI) -- A new study finds reports of child abuse rose
dramatically from 1983 to 1984.
The survey was released by the Child Welfare League of America, a 66- year-old national group composed of
more than 380 family service agencies. It shows that reports of child abuse and
neglect increased 16 percent


overall, with 59 percent of the cases involving sexual abuse. Executive Director
David Liederman says that is an apparent record one-year jump.
Contrary to other recent
surveys, the study of child welfare agencies in 50 states found 99 percent reporting an
increase in child abuse and neglect reports.


Cruise missile test scheduled over Canada


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W ENews of the bay




Report Of Special Court-martial -- On February 12, a special Court Martial was held at U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one E-4 found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 112a, wrongful use of marijuana and was awarded reduction to E-1, confinement at hard labor for six months and forfeiture of $426 pay per month for six months.

Report Of Captain's Mast -- On February 24 Captain's Mast was held at U.S. Naval Air Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one frocked E-4 found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 91, disrespect towards a chief petty officer, and was awarded reduction to E-2.
One E-6 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ,
Article 91, drunk driving, and was awarded reduction to E-5, forfeiture of $1OO pay per month for 2 months and 45 days extra-duty.
One E-6 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 92, dereliction of duty, and was awarded reduction to E-5, suspended for 6 months, and 45 days extra duty.

Fingerprinting -- Fingerprinting of children of any age and helpful safety tips will be available at the Family Service Center Thursday, February 27, 11:30 a.m.
- 1:30 p.m. These free services are sponsored by the Base Police and the FSC. Call 4141 or 4153, if you need any information.

TV Cable Installation -- Attention residents of Marine Site, Mobile Point, Deer Point, Evans Point, Chapel Hill and Cuban Trailer Park: The TV cable contractor will he installing TV cable drops in your housing-areas tbmorrow, February 26 to March 5. The hours of installation are 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and noon - 5 p.m. on Sunday. If someone in your household will not be available during these hours, please contact the contractor, 2510, for an installation appointment.

Fumigation Chamber - The Fumigation Chamber will be open Friday, February 28, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. The pick-up day is Monday, March 4, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

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 name, 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

Parents: Lt. and Mrs. David L. Vail
Baby: Ashley Noel
Born: February 7
Weight: 7 pounds, 3 ounces

Parents: AS1 Carl and AZC Lorraine Paver
Baby: Kellen Doyle
Born: February 16
Weight: 8 pounds, 13 1/4 ounces

Central Fidelity Bank
Schedule For Services On Leeward-Point

Monday March 3 Teller, Only Friday March 7 Teller, New Accounts, Travelers Checks, Wire Transfers, Bonds, and Customer Service
Tuesday March 11 Teller, Only Friday March 14 Teller, Only Monday March 17 Teller, Only Friday March 21 Teller, New Accounts, Travelers Checks, Wire Transfers, Bonds, and Customer Service
Monday March 31 Teller, Only


(UPI) -- Another U.S. cruise missile test is set for today over northern Canada. The unarmed missile will be
launched later this morning from the wing of a B-52 bomber flying above the Arctic Ocean. The 22-footlong weapon is programmed to streak along for four-and-ahalf hours before parachuting to a soft landing at a northwestern Alberta test range.


During the flight, four American fighter jets and two
Canadian warplanes will attempt to intercept the missile, simulating an attack.
Solo tests of the missile
began last year under theterms of a bi-lateral defense
agreement. The test flights were uneventful until last
month, when a test missile ran out of fuel and crashed in a remote area 35 miles


off-target. Despite the crash, both U.S. and Canadian military officials hailed
that test as a success.
Previous flights have sparked anti-nuclear protests by Greenpeace. A spokesman
for the environmental organization says the group does not have the resources to stage another protest today.


Inside
Page 2 -- First Semister Honor Students Page 2 - Pilot Shortages Page 3 - EAVUES '86 Page 3 - Atlanta Finally Beats L.A. Page 4 - Padres Will Get new Manager

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The


Mm's Support Group -- In recognition of National Children's Dental Health Month this group of moms and
preschoolers will visit the Dental Clinic tomorrow, February 26. Meet at the Family Service Center at 9
a.m, and the group will go to the Dental Clinic
together. There will be dental screening given and a
tour of the facilities. For more information, call
Susan Byrd, FSC, 4141 or 4153.

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

Caribbean Naval Lodge Caribbean Naval Lodge AM
and FM will conduct work and instructions in the third
degree tomorrow, February 26, 7:30 p.m., in Bldg. AV
54. All Master Masons are cordially and fraternaly
invited to attend.

Stay In Shape -- The Stay in Shape class will not meet tomorrow, February 26, 28, and March 3, due to
state side ccmmittment. The next class will meet March
5.

Intra-4Comand Transfers -- Personnel transferring intra-command should check-in with the Post Office, in
order to update the Post Office locater file.

Socializers Club -- Come party with the Socializers
Club Friday, February 28, and Saturday, March 1. The
dancing starts 9 p.m. and goes until 1 p.m. Music will
be by "Smurff."

Windjamer Club -- On Saturday, March 1, the
Windjanrer Ballroom and Steak House will be closed, due
to the Seabee Ball. The Barrel Club will be open for
all fleet sailors.

Beach Closing -- Cuzco Beach will be closed
Saturday, March 1, and Sunday, March 2, due to ordnance
operations.

Fleet Training Group Spouse Meeting -- There will be a meeting for all FTG spouses with Commodore
Russell Monday, March 3, 7 p.m., in the FTG auditorium.
All spouses are invited to attend. For more
information, call Harriet James, 3584 AWH, or Karen
Head, 3730 AWH.

Pre-Natal Class -- The Red Cross will be holding a Pre-Natal Class on March 4, 6, 11, and 13, 7 - 9 p.m., at the Naval Hospital. You must be at least six months
pregnant and due before June. For registration and
information, call Red Cross, 2234, or 4676.

Game Warden Meeting -- There is a mandatory Game
Warden meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., in the
COMNAVBASE conference room.

SeaBee Ball Tickets -- Tickets for the Seabee Ball
are on sale today through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30
p.m., PWD Conference Room. Ticket prices are: El - E3: $4; E4 - E6 $6; E7 - E9: $10; WOl - W03: $12; and W04
and up, including civilians, $15.

Smokers Anonymous -- Smokers Anonymous group meets
every Monday night, 8 p.m., in the education and
training classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit
smoking, are trying to quit, or want to quit, come and join others with the same goals. It is free and open to
the public. For more information, call Lt. Chris
Laurent, 3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH.



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Daly ,azette

-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN...............Commatder, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qidr. Rick Fischer, USN.............Public Affairs Officer
JO StacbeyBa on .............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil leeauUSN .......................Manain Bitor
J03 Tern.m,USN............................. Assisant Editor
Mrs. Diane. ..................................... Secretary
-Mrs. AM-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Natha D Uir b............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez.......................Student Staff Assistant
S Kim Fields...............................Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Trmain ............................ReServist Support

The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulatins for ipad u dirtin of the pblic affairs officer. TheDailyG tt isprinted fivetm a yjk at govermset expense on government equipxit, at the Navy blications. and Printing Service Branch Office. he opinions ard statements that a ar herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Qmander, U.S. Naval Base.


Firs er



Kristine Howard Kelly Ashadina Roy Gozum
Tenth Grade
Clarice Casci
Cecille Gozum Stephanie Philbrick
Eighth Grade
Jennifer Wite
Seventh Grade
Eric Boucher

High 3.9 - 3.3 Twelfth Grade
Ricky
Stacy Price Danielle Sampson John Stogden James Wilson
Eleventh Grade
Analiz Abo

Dan iel Bremer Tami Chesley
Xo'nscotta Tefrr-nceCm land Barbara Martinez Tracey Plakinger Barbara Puig Carn Voneitzen
Tenth Grade
Laura Fink Mary Fisher Brian Gallen Kurt Mailander
Ninth Grade
Tamara Byrd Sarah Rasmussen Thomas Rippert
Howard Rochay
Eighth Grade
Jennifer Barrera Jucienne Fisher Lora Head
Jay Hillburn
Christopher Ma#,ew M , John Neil Richard Parsons Angela Raible
Dionne Salmon
Seventh Grade
Jennifer Abo Lara Didios William Way

SCOOP: Cont.------Bicycle Repair -- The Recreation Services Bicycle
Repair Shop has received new parts for all types of bikes. The Repair shop also may order special order parts for any bike, if parts are not in stock. For more information, call Al Palmer, 3041, Auto Hobby Shop, or stop by the Bike Shop.

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

Navy Exchange -- The NEX income tax service will be provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for Windward side people. Appointments may be made by call 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is
provided through March 12, located in the Mini mirt Annex. Appointments may" e made by calling 6425. T-is
service is provided on a fee basis.

Navy Exchange -- When the blue light flashes in your Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great savings waiting for you. Stop and
check it out! This might be the item you have been
waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all
merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain check, nor can these items he put on layaway.


honor students announced


Honors 3.2 - 3.0
TWC ---e
Scott Britton Christopher Brooks Johnny Roper Leonor Sanchez D. Jai Smith
Eleventh Grade
William Efimoff Catherine Johnson
'Ipter Ricffa-ozski Scott Rolfe
Charles Stafford
Tenth Grade
William Blankenship Andre Brown Erik Koose Adam Haberman Christiene Rachal
Ida Rodriguez Becky Vanlonden Laura Wilson
Ninth Grade
Sherri Dickey


May Dualan Maxima Sachez Shannon Stafford
Zuleme Stogden
Eighth Grade
Joseph Blankenship Ligaya Bremer
John Brown Jennifer Diesselhorst Ellen Dualan Brent Durbin Jeremy Heveron Brian Larue
Glenn Molander Jr.
Seventh Gra
Kathryn Drake Kimberly Ferguson Kathleen Feyh Heather Hedges Leonard Hicks Elissa Philbrick Mark Sampson
David Walker Lisa Winters


A place for green thumbs


What do mother-in-law tongues and devil's bones have in common besides flourshing in sunny Guantanamo Bay gardens?
Both are rooted and available now at Treasure and
Trivia, the base thrift store. Also on hand are spider plants, wandering jews, as well as other hearty starters.
Do not let the nursery


being temporarily closed
cramp your green thumb. Come on down and check out the new growth at Treasure and Trivia, located right behind the main Navy Exchange, open Thursday, and Saturdays, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Other starter plants a welcome, if you would like to
contribute to the "keep Guantanamo Bay beautiful efforts."


Blue Caribe Friday
Steamed Crab Legs
Specials Fried Fish Portions
$11. 75
Today
14-oz. T-bone Steak
Choice of Potato Thursday
Salad Bar Porterhouse Steak
Rolls and Butter With all the trimmings
$9.95 $9.80





To the editor


I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank all those who helped
make the Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet a success; Capt.
John Condon for his support, the Boy Scouts and their leader, MMCM Tom Efimoff, boys and parents of Pack 401,


and the Navy League for the use of the Barrel Club. Your help made it possible. Thank you.

Judy Maxson
Cub Scouts - Blue and Gold Chairman


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TWO WHEELERS
'78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets.
Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 DWH or 7249 AWH.

'75 Honda (B125, good running condition, needs minor repairs, asking $300. Call 6398 DWH.

'82 Honda 70cc, blue and white, excellent condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking
$550 or best offer. Call RM2 Jon at 4442 DWH or BEQ RM $208 AWH.

AUTOS
'68 Mercury Ford Station
wagon, runs good, needs body work, asking $600 neg. Recent inspection in Feb. 86. Call Steph at 2401/2400 DWH or 4890 AWH.

' 74 Toyota Carona Mark II, a/t, p/s, AM/FM radio. Good condition. Call R41 Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT.
PET
Free to loveable home. One
black male dog. He is very friendly and great with
infants and children. He has had all shots. He is too good to take to the pound. Call 2990 AT after noon.
BABY ITEMS
Two baby swings, $5 each; infant carrier, $3; baby walker, $10. Call 2890 AT.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Kenwood 500 system, turntable, amp., AM/FM stereo tuner cassette deck, audio timer, glass cabinet. Two Sansui speakers, SPx7 4-way five speaker system 200w. Excellent condition, must see
ti preciate, $650 firm. Saus inquiries only. Call 3233 AT.

Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way six speaker system, max. input power 150w, external
dimensions, 16 1/2"w x 25"h x 11 3/4" d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWH.

AIR CONDITIONERS
One 24,000 BTU, runs good, $150; 14,000 BTU, runs great, $125; 10,000 BTU, runs great, $100. Call 3954.

One 18,000 BTU, excellent condition; one 11,000 BTU, fair condition. Both for $300. Call 4898 DWH or 2441
A9.. .................

One 18,000 BTU, one 7,000 BTU, two 11,000 BTUs. Sell as package, $300. Call RM1 Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT.
CHIAL
Complete set of Noritake China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH.
SCUBA GEAR
New scuba equipment. Dacor BC, size large, colored weights and belt, Dacor console with compass,
Sherwood regulator, $460. Call 3722.


FURNITURE
Art Deco style triple mirrored dresser, asking$250; Art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550; Art Noveau style mirrored vanity, asking $175; unique Art Deco style secretary with china
cabinets, asking, $450. All are in excellent condition,
must see to appreciate. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH.

Real antique lovers, here is your chance. Queen Anne dining room set circa 1905. All pieces in matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chairs and unique matching buffet
(with mirrored back). All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain for $675 or best offer. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
H7814 tire, like new
condition, $20; large dog house, needs paint, $10; super 8mm movie camera and
projector, projector needs lamp, $40; throttle and shift cables for Mercury outboard, $10 each. Call Don Durough at 4721 DWH.

Large brown and white marble color acrylic spa shell. This is a Clipper brand (one of the best west coast brands) and is plurmned, insulated, and has four jets. It needs
only a heater and pump to be a $2,5000 family spa. If you
-are going to leave here for a cold climate this an be shipped easily in your household goods. Asking $750. Call 4215 AWH.

Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, excellent condition, will sell for $175, paid $300. Call 2489 AT before 8 p.m.
WANTED
Need a babysitter for a 10-month-old girl and a seven-year-old boy after school three days of the week. Interested, call 3323.

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.

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.

SERVICES
Will clean house for final
inspection. Call K. Anderson at 3220.

Will clean houses for final inspection or on a weekly basis. Call Gay at 3722.


Small srporatis hardest hitby pilot shortagri


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Reprinted with permission from aviation Week and Space Technoloqy.

Washington -- Smaller corporate flight departments are losing pilots as hiring by major airlines continues at a high rate, but larger, well-established firms report that they are not
experiencing any difficulty in retaining pilots or hiring well-qualified flight crews to cover additional aircraft.
Continued expansion of all segments of air transport has depleted the pool of available pilots, including those leaving the military, a
traditional source. The large numbers of pilots trained during the war in Vietnam have been absorbed throughout the industry and the armed forces have lowered pilot training rates in recent
years, further decreasing this source.
As a result, several
airlines have been forced to look elsewhere. Pilots looking for jobs with major airlines are well aware of the situation and have taken advantage of what has turned into a seller's market.
A Future Aviation Professionals of America (FAPA) survey of pilots hired during the first six months
of 1985 by major airlines indicates an increase in the percentage with corporate backgrounds, up from 25.7 percent in 1984 to 32 percent thus far in 1985, but, the majority of those who made
the jump "went long ago," according to Janice Barden of Aviation Personnel'
International, New Orleans, La., a professional search service specializing in recruitment of corporate pilots.
The stability, job
satisfaction, variety and excellent retirement benefits
offered by established corporations more than balance the higher pay offered by the airlines, Barden said.
Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y., employs 12 pilots for its fleet of two Gulfstream Aerospace Gulfstream ls, one Gates Learjet 55 and one Beech Aircraft King Air B200.
These pilots are
"hometowners," according to Lee Robbins, manager of Corning's aviation department, and constitute a stable work force. Some of his associates in other
corporate flight departments have called him looking for pilots, however, Robbins
said.
The desire of younger pilots to fly large wide-body
aircraft such as the Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft continues to be a strong drawing card for the airlines. Jet East, Inc., Dallas, lost six of its pilots to American Airlines a
year ago but the size of the flight department has been fixed since then.
These pilots were younger, more mobile and more able to weather the relatively low starting salaries American has instituted under its two-tier pay system,
according to Ched Bart, manager of Jet East's corporate flight department.
Bart estimated it would take the pilots who left 5-7 years to recoup the financial losses incurred as a result of starting over again.
Jet East's corporate


NAVNEWS '86


Suspension Lifted - (Washington) - The suspension on receiving new goverment contracts imposed on the General Dynamics Corporation was lifted Feb. 7
The suspension was imposed Dec. 3, 1985, after the company and four former officials were indicted on charges of degrauding the Army on the Sgt. York anti-aircraft gun.
Under the agreement lifting the suspension, General Dynamics and the Deaprtment of Defense (DOD) agreed that DOD would not suspend General Dynamics further for indictments based on past actions if steps had been taken to correct the actions by Feb. 7. The reason DOD will not suspend General Dynamics for a past action is that the company has taken corrective steps to address the problems. Also, a new program of continuous surveillance of General Dynamics is underway. The burden of demonstrating a past action has been eliminated is on General Dynamics.

Project OBoss" - (Washington) -The U.S. Navy's program to buy spare parts at reasonable prices has updated initiatives to provide a better system to the fleet.
One of the initiatives of Project "Buy Our Spares
Smart," "Boss," is the pricing hotline, which provides a person with a single point of contact to question and/or report items that are believed overpriced. An average of 1,000 calls per month are received now as opposed to 400 average in early 1987. The increase in price-challenging calls has resulted in delays of the program. There are currently more than 5,000 cases under investigation with a turnaround time of approximately 138 days. Efforts are being made to reduce the backlog and shorten the response time to 90 days.

Sailors Volunteer Services - (Nassau, Bahamas)
-- Sailors from a Charleston, S.C.-based destroyer volunteered their services to support the Bahamas Children's Eergency Hostel.
During a port visit in early January, 20 sailors from the USS Nicholson (DD-982) helped the Hostel staff repair appliances, paint and perform electrical
maintenance, carpentry and plumbing work. The sailors also played with the 58 neglected, abused and abandoned children presently residing at the facility.

Supply Corps Celebrated 191st -- (Washington) The U.S. Navy Supply Corps celebrated 191 years of dedicated! "service to the fleet" Sunday,. Feb. 23.
The Supply Corps was founded in 1795 to provision America's first six wooden frigates. Currently, there are 4,600 officers in the Supply Corps serving in most commands. Both ashore and alfoat. Supply Corps officers work as the Navy's "business managers" and may earn additional qualifications as surface warfare, aviation and suhmarine supply officers.

Shuttle Recovery (Cape Canaveral) -U.S. Naval ships, planes, and mobile detachment units continue to help the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recover debris from the ill-fated shuttle Challenger from the Atlantic Ocean. Navy ships, ranging from a hdrofoil to an amphibious assault ship, were sortied to specified locations, along the Florida and Georgia coasts, to better the chances of picking up any debris from the Challenger.







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Dail GaztteTuesday, February 25, 1986


Daily Gazette


aircraft include a Beechraft recapitulation-,7which breaks King Air B200, Learjet 20 -down representative salarieg7 series, a Falcon 50 and a by aircraft type, flight crew Canadair Challenger. There is position and region of the, a stable nucleus of_24_pilos country, lists the following who normally work six days i median'salaries: followed by three days off. Jet captain (Northeast), The pilots average 35-40 $44,390; jet co-piloti years of age. (Nbrtheast) , $32,363;
Bart reinforced the views turboprop captain, of other corporate flight (Northeast), $37,850;*! managers in his ranking of turboprop co-pilot: personality and ability to (Northeast), $29,400. get along with people as Salaries tend to be higher important prerequisites for in the Northeast and West and pilots in corporate aviation, lower in the Southeast. These Despite airline hiring he is 1984 salaries should be experiencing no problem in adjusted upward 10 percent attracting the kind of for 1985, according to
well-qualified pilots he Aviation Personnel's Barden.' needs.
National Business Aircraft .. (To be continued in Assn. (NBAA) 1984 salary tomorrow's edition)











Hawks finally beat Lakers 102-93


Penguius rally to beat Kings 6-5


(AP) -- The Pittsburgh Penguins surrendered four goals to Los Angeles in the first period last night before rallying to edge the
Kings 6-5 in overtime. Doug Shedden got credit for the winning goal after Mario
Lemieux's shot deflected off


his skate, and into the net.
Also in the NHL last night, the New York Rangers rolled to their sixth win in a row. Pierre LaRouche tallied his tenth goal in 11 games to lead New York past the Minnesota North Stars 5-1.


(AP) -- After more than six years, and a dozen losses, the Atlanta Hawks have finally beaten the Los Angeles Lakers.
Spud Webb came to the rescue for Atlanta in a 102-93 win over the Lakers. Los Angeles has not lost to the Hawks since December of 1979. Webb thrilled a
capacity crowd at the Omni, with a pair of slam dunks,
while also recording career highs in points, 23; and in assists, 13.


The Detroit Pistons steamroller claimed another victim last night. Kelly Triptcka
poured in a season-high 41 points to lead the Pistons over the Chicago Bulls 110-100, Detroit's twelfth straight win at the
Silverdome, and eighth straight overall.
Houston scored the game's final seven points to beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-105.
John Lucas hit four foul shots in the last nine seconds to secure the


Glimpse



Sullivan Award (UPI) -- Joan Benoit-Samuelson captured the Sullivan Award as the nation's best amateur athlete in 1985. She is the seventh female to win the award. Among her achievements last year, Benoit-Samuelson set a women's marathon record in Chicago when she was clocked in two hours, 21 minutes and 21 seconds. She says her goal is to break the two-hour and 20-minute barrier in the marathon.

Florida Derby (UPI) -- "Snow Chief" has arrived in Florida to prepare for Saturday's $500,000 Florida Derby.
"Snow Chief" has been racing in California, where the dark brown colt won seven of 11 starts in becoming thoroughbred racing's youngest millionaire. Other possible Florida Derby starters include "Mogambo", "My Prince Charming", "Raja's Revenge" and "Ensign Rhythn."

WBC Featherweight Title (UPI) -- Azumah Nelson of Ghana defends his WBC Featherweight Title tonight, against top-ranked contender Marcus Villasana of Mexico, at the Forum in Inglewood, Calif. It will be Nelson's third defense of the title, he won from Wilfredo Gomez in 1984. He owns a 22-1 record with 18 knockouts, while Villasana is 35-4-1 with 25 knockout. Proceeds of tonight's card will go toward helping the earthquake victims of Mexico City.

Norton Hospitalized (UPI) -- Former Heavyweight Champion Ken Norton is hospitalized in Los Angeles where he underwent surgery for injuries suffered in a one-car automobile accident on a California freeway Sunday night. X-rays revealed Norton suffered a fractured jaw and skull. Doctors say he will probably be hospitalized for up to two weeks.

Men's Indoor Grand Prix (UPI) -- Pole vaulter Billy Olson has 86 points to lead the Men's Indoor Grand Prix Standings. High jumper Jimmy Howard is second with 76 points. Diane Dixon, who set a 500-yard indoor record at
Friday night's Los Angeles Times Meet, tops the women's overall standings with 86 points.


victory, while Ralph Sampson ended up with 28 points and 19 rebounds.
Denver made it five straight victories by knocking off slumping
Portland 119-113. The Trail Blazers have dropped 10 straight, the league's
longest tailspin this season.
World B. Free scored 31 points to place the Cleveland Cavaliers over the San Antonio Spurs 124-114.
Washington Bullets got points from Jeff Malone
the downing the New Jerse Nets 99-89.
Andrew Toney's playing fate
for the rest of the season remains in the hands of the doctors. Yesterday, the
Philadelphia 76ers placed the veteran guard on the injured list once again because of recurring foot problems. Toney's played in just five of Philly's games this
season. A doctor's decision on Toney could come by the end of the week.
In his place, the Sixers have re-activated forward Terry Catledge, who had been sidelined with chicken pox.


Look out coac

(UPI) -- A pro football column in the USA Today points out an interesting fact.
Every time New Orleans hosts a Super Bowl, the Saints replace their head coach.
In 1970, Tom Fears went. In 1975, goodbye Ernie Hefferle. In 1978, so-long Hank Stram. In 1981, adios
Dick Nolan. This season, step down Bum Phillips. New Orleans already has
been awarded 1990 Super Bowl.
Did not new head coach Jim Mora just sign a five-year contract with the Saints?


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


I If Dwight is right, bet the Mets.
That is the warcry of the New York Met fans this
spring. They are so hot waiting for the start of the
season, they have melted all the snow on the city sheets.
Nobody who roots for the guys who play at Shea Stadium agrees with the Las Vegas odds which made the Mets only a co-favorite with the Cardinals in National League East.
The reason for all this confidence is Dwight Gooden, the 24-game winner last year who won the Cy Young Award
for best pitcher in the National League. Dwight is
only 21, and can only get better. How much better?
Well, nobody who knows baseball is ruling out a
30-game season this year.
Gooden is taking things easy at the Met training camp in St. Petersburg, Fla. He
has not tried to put out the real velocity yet.
The principle reason Dwight is going slowly is because of his left ankle, which he
,sprained about a month ago. He is wearing a light rubber brace on the still puffy
ankle.
Throwing too soon after a leg, ankle or foot injury has ruined some great pitching


careers, to name just two, Dizzy Dean and Mark Fidrych.
Gooden says he intends to stay in low gear until he feels just right and his speed comes back naturally.
It turns out that Gooden reported to camp a year ago with a sprained right ankle, and was fitted with the same kind of brace he is now wearing on the left one. He wore it all year, which brings up a question. How East would he be if he took the brace off?
About that changeup, which
is something that Gooden has not had in the past. Pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre is working with Dwight on perfecting it. The trick is to adjust your grip on the
ball and release it with the same motion as your fast ball.
If he gets control of it,
the National League batters will add one more headache to
those they already have when they step into the batter's box against Dwight.
Has Roberto Duran worn out his welcome in the ring?
Probably, although there may be a hard core of Duran rooters," hanging around waiting to pay to see the 34-yar-old ex-i ightweight champion fight.
Duran could not get down to


the lightweight champion
fight.
Duran could not get down to the lightweight limit of 135
pounds again if he lived on bread and water for a month.
He weighs between 160 and 170 pounds, but recently took a bout against a man in the same weight range.
Did somebody ask why? The answer is as old as gold nuggets. Duran reportedly has blown most of the big money
he made years ago. It was big. When he tossed in the
towel against "Sugar Ray" Leonard some years back in
New Orleans, his payday reportedly was in the range of six million to eight million dollars.
He seemed set for life. The reports are that he tossed away millions. High living, bad investments, being too generous with friends,.all those things are supposed to have played a part.
Roberto is 34 and the simple truth is, he is an old 34. Some fighters can still
cut it at that age. Archie Moore could at 40. Sugar Ray
Robinson was a young tiger at 34.
Roberto is fighting from memory. That is not good enough when you get in the
ring with a younger, faster ambitious man.


4 Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 25, 1986


Padres will get new manager

(AP) -- The San Diego Padres days. Williams has piloted will begin their 1986 season five big league clubs and is with a new manager. Dick one of the few managers to Williams resigned yesterday have pennant winners in both just before beginning a fifth the National and American spring training with the Leagues. National League club.
Reportedly, Williams had In other baseball news, disagreements with team Montreal Expos say pitch President Ballard Smith and Charlie Lea will not play in General Manager Jack McKeon 1986, meaning the righthander this winter. Trouble also will sit out his second flared in 1985 between straight season. Lea, who Williams and some Padre started the 1984 All-Star players. game for the National League, Pitching coach Galen Cisco still has not recovered from has been named San Diego's a rotator cuff injury that interim manager, with the sidelined him all of last appointment of a permanent year. skipper expected within a few


JArea athletics.


Diving -- PADI Open Water Dive Class registration Leeward Point Pool, from 4 p.m.- 5 p.m., *tomorrow, February 26. For more information call J.L. Gibson at 6169 AT.

Caribbean Saddle Club -- You too, can join in the f and friendly activities of the Caribbean Saddle Club. You do not need to be leasing a horse to participate in the club's activities, which include beach rides, picnic rides, horse shows, and other events. For more information contact Alice Fitzgerald at 3977 AWH or come to the next meeting Sunday, March 2, at 6 p.m., in Room 19 of the Community Service Center (old high school).

St. Patrick's Day Golf Tournament--There will be a St. Patrick's Day for Ladies Only Golf Tournament, Sunday, March 16, tee time at 9 a.m., full handicap. All ladies
invited. Sign up at Golf Course or contact Marian Parker 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5.

Jack and Jill Golf Tournament -- There will be a Jack and Jill Golf Tournament, March 2, at 8:30 a.m. Cost $5 for members and$7 for non-members. Sign up at Golf Course.


NBA standings
Eastern conference
Atlantic Division

W L CT GB Boston 43 11 .795 -Philadelphia 36 21 .632 8 1/2 New Jersey 30 29 .508 15 1/2 Washington 27 30 .474 17 1/2 New York 19 38 .333 25 1/2

Central Division

Milwaukee 40 18 .690 -Atlanta 33 24 .579 6 1/2 Detroit 34 25 .576 6 1/2 Cleveland 23 34 .404 17 Chicago 20 39 .339 20'
Indiana 19 38 .333 20 1/2

Western Conference
Midwest Division

Houston 37 20 .649
Denver 35 23 .603 2 1/2 Dallas 29 27 .518 7 1/2
San Antonio 30 29 .508 8 Utah 28 30 .483 9 1/2 Sacramento 25 32 .439 12

Pacific Division

L.A. Lakers 41 15 .732 Portland 29 32 .475 14 1/2 Phoenix 22 33 .400 18 1/2 L.A. Clippers 22 34 .393 19 Seattle 20 37 .351 21 1/2
Golden State 18 41 .305 24 1/2




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t Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 37 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1986 Aquino new president of Philippines J llocation. earned her the respect of al Ferdinand Marcos has departed the Presidential Palace and relinquished power of the Philippines to opposition opponent Corazon Aquino. Marcos flew aboard a U.S. helicopter to Clark Air Force Base, where he will board a U.S. plane to an undisclosed Public hearing set to investigate shuttle disaster ) -A public hearing inro the disaster aboard the shuttle Challenger begins in Washington this morning. Eight men are scheduled to appear before the presidential commission, headed by former Secretary of State William Rogers, investigating the tragedy. Some of the witnesses are engineers for Morton Thiokol, the space contractor that built the shuttle's booster rockets, one of which may be linked to the explosion. The night before the disaster the engineers argued against allowing the launch. The commission wants to learn if NASA officials put any pressure on them to give their okay. U.S. approves extradition of war criminal (UPI) -The government is getting ready to send an accused Nazi war criminal to Israel to be tried. The Supreme Court gave the go-ahead for his extradition S day. is John Demjanjuk, autoworker accused of being the so-called "Ivan the Terrible" responsible for the deaths of more than 900,000 Jews at the Treblinka Camp in Poland. If his extradition goes through, he will be the first alleged war criminal since Adolf Eichmann to be tried in Israel. Eichmann was hanged in 1962. Demjanjuk claims the witnesses against him have him confused with someone else. Yesterday, the high court refused to consider Demjanjuk's appeal of his Addition. Later Justice S ra Day O'Connor denied him an extension. Secretary of State George Shultz says the U.S. recognizes the new government. Marcos, his family and associates have been offered safehaven in the U.S. Shultz said about Aquino, "We pay special tribute to her for her committment to non-violence, which has Americans." Filipinos who were congregated outside the palace reportedly cheered when Marcos' departure was announced. They shook hands with soldiers who had earlier kept them at bay outside the palace. Tune to FM103 for full details. Up, Up And Away -Nathan Oliver, son of HTCS David and Mrs. Oliver, gets ready to take off parasailing over the bay at Ocha Rios, Jamaica. More pictures and information about the February 14 -17 ship trips to Jamaica will be upcoming in future issues of the Daily Gazette. (Photo by JO1 Stacey Byington) Child abuse cases on the rise (UPI) -A new study finds reports of child abuse rose dramatically from 1983 to 1984. The survey was released by the Child Welfare League of America, a 66-year-old national group composed of more than 380 family service agencies. It shows that reports of child abuse and neglect increased 16 percent overall, with 59 percent of the cases involving sexual abuse. Executive Director David Liederman says that is an apparent record one-year jump. Contrary to other recent surveys, the study of child welfare agencies in 50 states found 99 percent reporting an increase in child abuse and neglect reports. Cruise missile test scheduled over Canada (UPI) -Another U.S. cruise missile test is set for today over northern Canada. The unarmed missile will be launched later this morning from the wing of a B-52 bomber flying above the Arctic Ocean. The 22-footlong weapon is programnned to streak along for four-and-ahalf hours before parachuting to a soft landing at a northwestern Alberta test range. During the flight, four American fighter jets and two Canadian warplanes will attempt to intercept the missile, simulating an attack. Solo tests of the missile began last year under the. terms of a bi-lateral defense agreement. The test flights were uneventful until last month, when a test missile ran out of fuel and crashed in a remote area 35 miles off-target. Despite the crash, both U.S. and Canadian military officials hailed that test as a success. Previous flights have sparked anti-nuclear protests by Greenpeace. A spokesman for the environmental organization says the group does not have the resources to stage another protest today. l1 ( rzN_ W E News of the bay Report Of Special Court-Martial -On February 12, a special Court Martial was held at U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one E-4 found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 112a, wrongful use of marijuana and was awarded reduction to E-1, confinement at hard labor for six months and forfeiture of $426 pay per month for six months. Report Of Captain's Mast -On February 24 Captain's Mast was held at U.S. Naval Air Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The results was one frocked E-4 found guilty of violation of UQ4J, Article 91, disrespect towards a chief petty officer, and was awarded reduction to E-2. One E-6 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 91, drunk driving, and was awarded reduction to E-5, forfeiture of $100 pay per month for 2 months and 45 days extra-duty. One E-6 was found guilty of violation of U(NJ, Article 92, dereliction of duty, and was awarded reduction to E-5, suspended for 6 months, and 45 days extra duty. Fingerprinting -Fingerprinting of children of any age and helpful safety tips will be available at the Family Service Center Thursday, February 27, 11:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. These free services are sponsored by the Base Police and the FSC. Call 4141 or 4153, if you need any information. TV Cable Installation -Attention residents of Marine Site, Mobile Point, Deer Point, Evans Point, Chapel Hill and Cuban Trailer Park: The TV cable contractor will be installing TV cable drops in your housing areas tomorrow, February 26 to March 5. The hours of installation are 7:30 a.m. -9 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and noon -5 p.m. on Sunday. If someone in your household will not be available during these hours, please contact the contractor, 2510, for an installation appointment. Fumigation Chamber -The Fumigation Chamber will be open Friday, February 28, 7:30 a.m. -3 p.m. The pick-up day is Monday, March 4, 7:30 a.m. -3 p.m. 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 name, the baby's name, date of birth and weight. Parents: CTR1 and Mrs. Bob Street Baby: Justin Arthur Born: January 11 Weight: 9 pounds, 6 1/2 ounces Parents: Lt. and Mrs. David L. Vail Baby: Ashley Noel Born: February 7 Weight: 7 pounds, 3 ounces Parents: AS1 Carl and AZC Lorraine Paver Baby: Kellen Doyle Born: February 16 Weight: 8 pounds, 13 1/4 ounces Central Fidelity Bank Schedule For Services On Leeward-Point Monday March 3 Teller, Only Friday March 7 Teller, New Accounts, Travelers Checks, Wire Transfers, Bonds, and Customer Service Tuesday March 11 Teller, Only Friday March 14 Teller, Only Monday March 17 Teller, Only Friday March 21 Teller, New Accounts, Travelers Checks, Wire Transfers, Bonds, and Customer Service Monday March 31 Teller, Only Inside Page 2 -First Semister Honor Students Page 2 -Pilot Shortages Page 3 -WAVNEWS '86 Page 3 -Atlanta Finally Beats L.A. Page 4 -Padres Will Get New Manager U.

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t ae Mom's Support Group -In recognition of National Children's Dental Health Month this group of moms and preschoolers will visit the Dental Clinic tomorrow, February 26. Meet at the Family Service Center at 9 a.m, and the group will go to the Dental Clinic together. There will be dental screening given and a tour of the facilities. For more information, call Susan Byrd, FSC, 4141 or 4153. Health Care Consumer's Council -The Naval Health Care Consuner's Council will meet tomorrow, February 26, 1 p.m., in the hospital education and training classroom. For more information, call 7276 DWH. Caribbean Naval Lodge Caribbean Naval Lodge AM and FM will conduct work and instructions in the third degree tomorrow, February 26, 7:30 p.m., in Bldg. AV 54. All Master Masons are cordially and fraternaly invited to attend. Stay In Shape -The Stay in Shape class will not meet tomorrow, February 26, 28, and March 3, due to state side cammittment. The next class will meet March 5. Intra-Command Transfers -Personnel transferring intra-command should check-in with the Post Office, in order to update the Post Office locater file. Socializers Club -Come party with the Socializers Club Friday, February 28, and Saturday, March 1. The dancing starts 9 p.m. and goes until 1 p.m. Music will be by "Smurff." Windjammer Club -On Saturday, March 1, the Windjamner Ballroom and Steak House will be closed, due to the Seabee Ball. The Barrel Club will be open for all fleet sailors. Beach Closing -Cuzco Beach will be closed Saturday, March 1, and Sunday, March 2, due to ordnance operations. Fleet Training Group Spouse Meeting -There will be a meeting for all FTG spouses with Comnodore Rssell Monday, March 3, 7 p.m., in the FTG auditorium. All spouses are invited to attend. For more information, call Harriet James, 3584 AWH, or Karen Head, 3730 AWH. Pre-Natal Class -The Red Cross will be holding a Pre-Natal Class on March 4, 6, 11, and 13, 7 -9 p.m., at the Naval Hospital. You must be at least six months pregnant and due before June. For registration and information, call Red Cross, 2234, or 4676. Game Warden Meeting -There is a mandatory Game Warden meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., in the COMNAVBASE conference room. SeaBee Ball Tickets -Tickets for the Seabee Ball are on sale today through Friday, 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m., PWD Conference Room. Ticket prices are: El -E3: $4; E4 -E6 $6; E7 -E9: $10; WO1 -W03: $12; and W04 and up, including civilians, $15. Smokers Anonymous -Smokers Anonymous group meets every Monday night, 8 p.m., in the education and training classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit smoking, are trying to quit, or want to quit, come ard join others with the same goals. It is free and open to the public. For more information, call Lt. Chris Laurent, 3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH. lig *szette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USNH.Cma der, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Oidr. Rick Fischer, USNM.Public Affairs Officer Kl eStace inqton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Nail Gai l bu, USN .i Eto J03 Teri hanas, USN.Ass B REitor Mrs. Diane Ammerman .Scretr Mrs. Ann-Elisabeth Efimoff.dction Assistan Nathan Drbin.Stdent Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Traain.Reservist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station rwspapers, unier the direction of the pblic affairs officer. The Daily 2asette is printed five tims a week at government expense on governmental equipsn, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or COmander, U.S. Naval Base. First quarter honor students announced Distinguished 4.0 EleventhGrade Kristine Howard Kelly Ashadina Roy Gozum Tenth Grade Clarice Casci Cecille Gozum Stephanie Philbrick Eighth Grade Jennifer White Seventh Grade Eric Boucher High 3.9 -3.3 Twelfth Grade Ricky ztE Stacy Price Danielle Sampson John Stogden James Wilson Eleventh Grade Analiz Abo LynnAnderson Daniel Bremer Tami Chesley-: MtsoCotta Terrance Cuuberland Barbara Martinez Tracey Plakinger Barbara Puig Cari Voneitzen Tenth Grade Laura Fink Mary Fisher Brian Gallen Kurt Mailander Ninth Grade Tamara Byrd Sarah Rasmussen Thomas Rippert Howard Rochay Eighth Grade Jennifer Barrera Jucienne Fisher Lora Head Jay Hillburn Christopher Ma$lew M A b John Neill Richard Parsons Angela Raible Dionne Salmon Seventh Grade Jennifer Abo Lara Didios William Way SCOOP: Cont.------Bicycle Repair -The Recreation Services Bicycle Repair Shop has received new parts for all types of bikes. The Repair shop also may order special order parts for any bike, if parts are not in stock. For more information, call Al Palmer, 3041, Auto Hobby Shop, or stop by the Bike Shop. Recreation Services -W-2 Forms may be picked up for those employees of Recreation Services who have not yet received one., Navy Exchange -The NEX income tax service will be provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for Windward side people. Appointments may be made by call 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is provided through March 12, located in the Mini M rt Annex. Appointments may*>e made by calling 6425. T.is service is provided on a fee basis. Navy Exchange -When the blue light flashes in your Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great savings waiting for you. Stop and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain check, nor can these items be put on layaway. Honors 3.2 -3.0 FIFNl fth Gr ead Scott Britton Christopher Brooks Johnny Roper Leonor Sanchez D. Jai Smith Eleventh Grade William Efimoff Catherine Johnson Peter Mich i Scott Rolfe Charles Stafford Tenth Grade William Blankenship Andre Brown Erik Koose Adam Haberman Christiene Rachal Ida Rodriguez Becky Vanlonden Laura Wilson Ninth Grade Sherri Dickey May Dualan Maxima Sachez Shannon Stafford Zulame Stogden Eighth Grade Joseph Blankenship Ligaya Braner John Brown Jennifer Diesselhorst Ellen Dualan Brent Durbin Jeremy Heveron Brian Larue Glenn Molander Jr. Seventh Gram Kathryn Drake Kimberly Ferguson Kathleen Feyh Heather Hedges Leonard Hicks Elissa Philbrick Mark Sampson David Walker Lisa Winters A place for green thumbs What do mother-in-law tongues and devil's bones have in common besides flourshing in sunny Guantanamo Bay gardens? Both are rooted and available now at Treasure and Trivia, the base thrift store. Also on hand are spider plants, wandering jews, as well as other hearty starters. Do not let the nursery being temporarily closed cramp your green thumb. Come on down and check out the new growth at Treasure and Trivia, located right behind the main Navy Exchange, open Thursday and Saturdays, 10 a.m. -1 p.m. Other starter plants a welcome, if you would like to contribute to the "keep Guantanamo Bay beautiful efforts." To the editor I would like to take this and the Navy League for the opportunity to personally use of the Barrel Club. thank all those who helped Your help made it possible. make the Cub Scout Blue and Thank you. Gold Banquet a success; Capt. John Condon for his support, Judy Maxson the Boy Scouts and their Cub Scouts -Blue leader, MMCM Tom Efimoff, anCold Chairman boys and parents of Pack 401, ANTI-PERSONNEL MINE OLDER MODEL 'ANTINPERSONNEL MINE TANK MINE DANGER-HIGH EXPLOSIVE CALL BASE POLICE/EOD DET 4105 4720 GRENADES BLASTING CA p PROJECTILES 'AP Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 25, 1986 Blue Caribe Friday Steamed Crab Legs Specials Fried Fish Portions $11.75 Today 14-oz. T-bone Steak Choice of Potato Thursday Salad Bar Porterhouse Steak Rolls and Butter With all the trimmings $9.95 $9.80 i -: 1I II MORTARS ii

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Ntk TWO WHEELERS '78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 EWH or 7249 AWH. '75 Honda CB125, good running condition, needs minor repairs, asking $300. Call 6398 DWH. '82 Honda 70cc, blue and white, excellent condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking $550 or best offer. Call RM2 J"on at 4442 DWH or BEQ RWS208 AWH. AUTOS '68 Mercury Ford Station wagon, runs good, needs body work, asking $600 neg. Recent inspection in Feb. 86. Call Steph at 2401/2400 DWH or 4890 AWH. '74 Toyota Carona Mark II, a/t, p/s, AM/FM radio. Good condition. Call Ml Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT. PET Free to loveable home. One black male dog. He is very friendly and great with infants and children. He has had all shots. He is too good to take to the pound. Call 2990 AT after noon. BABY ITEMS Two baby swings, $5 each; infant carrier, $3; baby walker, $10. Call 2890 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Kenwood 500 system, turntable, amp., AM/EM stereo tuner cassette deck, audio timer, glass cabinet. Two Sansui speakers, SPx7 4-way five speaker system 200w. Excellent condition, must see t preciate, $650 firm. S us inquiries only. Call 3233 AT. Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way six speaker system, max. input power 150w, external dimensions, 16 1/2"w x 25"h x 11 3/4" d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 24,000 BTU, runs good, $150; 14,000 BTU, runs great, $125; 10,000 BTU, runs great, $100. Call 3954. One 18,000 BTU, excellent condition; one 11,000 BTU, fair condition. Both for $300. Call 4898 DWH or 2441 A One 18,000 BTU, one 7,000 BTU, two 11,000 BTUs. Sell as package, $300. Call RM1 Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT. CHINA Complete set of Noritake China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH. SCUBA GEAR New scuba equipment. Dacor BC, size large, colored weights and belt, Dacor console with compass, Sherwood regulator, $460. Call 3722. FURNITURE Art Deco style triple mirrored dresser, asking $250; Art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550; Art Noveau style mirrored vanity, asking $175; unique Art Deco style secretary with china cabinets, asking, $450. All are in excellent condition, must see to appreciate. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH. Real antique lovers, here is your chance. Queen Anne dining room set circa 1905. All pieces in matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chairs and unique matching buffet (with mirrored back). All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain for $675 or best offer. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS H7814 tire, like new condition, $20; large dog house, needs paint, $10; super 8mm movie camera and projector, projector needs lamp, $40; throttle and shift cables for Mercury outboard, $10 each. Call Don Dorough at 4721 DWH. Large brown and white marble color acrylic spa shell. This is a Clipper brand (one of the best west coast brands) and is plummed, insulated, and has four jets. It needs only a heater and pump to be a $2,5000 family spa. If you are going to leave here for a cold climate this an be shipped easily in your household goods. Asking $750. Call 4215 AWH. Smith-Corona 2200 typewriter, excellent condition, will sell for $175, paid $300. Call 2489 AT before 8 p.m. WANTED Need a babysitter for a 10-month-old girl and a seven-year-old boy after school three days of the week. Interested, call 3323. 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. 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. SERVICES Will clean house for final inspection. Call K. Anderson at 3220. Will clean houses for final inspection or on a weekly basis. Call Gay at 3722. Small corporations hardest hit by pilot shortage 'Reprinted with permission from aviation Week and Space Technology. Washington -Smaller corporate flight departments are losing pilots as hiring by major airlines continues at a high rate, but larger, well-established firms report that they are not experiencing any difficulty in retaining pilots or hiring well-qualified flight crews to cover additional aircraft. Continued expansion of all segments of air transport has depleted the pool of available pilots, including those leaving the military, a traditional source. The large numbers of pilots trained during the war in Vietnam have been absorbed throughout the industry and the armed forces have lowered pilot training rates in recent years, further decreasing this source. As a result, several airlines have been forced to look elsewhere. Pilots looking for jobs with major airlines are well aware of the situation and have taken advantage of what has turned into a seller's market. A Future Aviation Professionals of America (FAPA) survey of pilots hired during the first six months of 1985 by major airlines indicates an increase in the percentage with corporate backgrounds, up from 25.7 percent in 1984 to 32 percent thus far in 1985, but, the majority of those who made the jump "went long ago," according to Janice Barden of Aviation Personnel International, New Orleans, La., a professional search service specializing in recruitment of corporate pilots. The stability, job satisfaction, variety and excellent retirement benefits offered by established corporations more than balance the higher pay offered by the airlines, Barden said. Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y., employs 12 pilots for its fleet of two Gulfstream Aerospace Gulfstream ls, one Gates Learjet 55 and one Beech Aircraft King Air B200. These pilots are "hometowners," according to Lee Robbins, manager of Corning's aviation department, and constitute a stable work force. Some of his associates in other corporate flight departments have called him looking for pilots, however, Robbins said. The desire of younger pilots to fly large wide-body aircraft such as the Boeing 747 and McDonnell Douglas DC-10 aircraft continues to be a strong drawing card for the airlines. Jet East, Inc., Dallas, lost six of its pilots to American Airlines a year ago but the size of the flight department has been fixed since then. These pilots were younger, more mobile and more able to weather the relatively low starting salaries American has instituted under its two-tier pay system, according to Ched Bart, manager of Jet East's corporate flight department. Bart estimated it would take the pilots who left 5-7 years to recoup the financial losses incurred as a result of starting over again. Jet East's corporate aircraft include a Beechcraft King Air B200, Learjet 20 series, a Falcon 50 and a Canadair Challenger. There is a stable nucleus of 24_pilots who normally work six days followed by three days off. The pilots average 35-40 years of age. Bart reinforced the views of other corporate flight managers in his ranking of personality and ability to get along with people as important prerequisites for pilots in corporate aviation. Despite airline hiring he is experiencing no problem in attracting the kind of well-qualified pilots he needs. National Business Aircraft Assn. (NBAA) 1984 salary recapitulation, which breaks down representative salaries by aircraft type, flight crew position and region of the country, lists the following median salaries: Jet captain (Northeast), $44,390; jet co-pilot (Northeast), $32,363; turboprop captain (Northeast), $37,850; turboprop co-pilot; (Northeast), $29,400. Salaries tend to be higher in the Northeast and West and lower in the Southeast. These 1984 salaries should be adjusted upward 10 percent for 1985, according to Aviation Personnel's Barden.' (To be continued in tomorrow's edition) NAVNEWS '86 Suspension Lifted -(Washington) -The suspension on receiving new government contracts imposed on the General Dynamics Corporation was lifted Feb. 7 The suspension was imposed Dec. 3, 1985, after the company and four former officials were indicted on charges of degrading the Army on the Sgt. York anti-aircraft gun. Under the agreement lifting the suspension, General Dynamics and the Deaprtment of Defense (DOD) agreed that DOD would not suspend General Dynamics further for indictments based on past actions if steps had been taken to correct the actions by Feb. 7. The reason DOD will not suspend General Dynamics for a past action is that the company has taken corrective steps to address the problems. Also, a new program of continuous surveillance of General Dynamics is underway. The burden of demonstrating a past action has been eliminated is on General Dynamics. Project 'Boss -(Washington) -The U.S. Navy's program to buy spare parts at reasonable prices has updated initiatives to provide a better system to the fleet. One of the initiatives of Project "Buy Our Spares Smart," "Boss," is the pricing hotline, which provides a person with a single point of contact to question and/or report items that are believed overpriced. An average of 1,000 calls per month are received now as opposed to 400 average in early 1987. The increase in price-challenging calls has resulted in delays of the program. There are currently more than 5,000 cases under investigation with a turnaround time of approximately 138 days. Efforts are being made to reduce the backlog and shorten the response time to 90 days. Sailors Volunteer Services -(Nassau, Bahamas) -Sailors from a Charleston, S.C.-based destroyer volunteered their services to support the Bahamas Children's Euergency Hostel. During a port visit in early January, 20 sailors from the USS Nicholson (DD-982) helped the Hostel staff repair appliances, paint and perform electrical maintenance, carpentry and plumbing work. The sailors also played with the 58 neglected, abused and abandoned children presently residing at the facility. Supply Corps Celebrated 191st -(Washington) The U.S. Navy Supply Corps celebrated 191 years of dedicated "service to the fleet" Sunday,. Feb. 23. The Supply Corps was founded in 1795 to provision America's first six wooden frigates. Currently, there are 4,600 officers in the Supply Corps serving in most commands. Both ashore and alfoat. Supply Corps officers work as the Navy's "business managers" and may earn additional qualifications as surface warfare, aviation and submarine supply officers. Shuttle Recovery (Cape Canaveral) -U.S. Naval ships, planes, and mobile detachment units continue to help the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) recover debris fran the ill-fated shuttle Challenger from the Atlantic Ocean. Navy ships, ranging fran a hydrofoil to an amphibious assault ship, were sortied to specified locations, along the Florida and Georgia coasts, to better the chances of picking up any debris from the Challenger. NamEW 3 Daily Gazette Tuesday, February 25, 1986

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Hawks finally beat Lakers 102-93 (AP) -After more than six The Detroit Pistons steamvictory, while Ralph Sa years, and a dozen losses, roller claimed another victim ended up with 28 point the Atlanta Hawks have last night. Kelly Tripucka 19 rebounds. finally beaten the Los poured in a season-high 41 Denver made it ki,,-. ,-Tksoints to lead the Pistons straight victoria (AP) -The Pittsburgh Penguins surrendered four goals to Los Angeles in the first period last night before rallying to edge the Kings 6-5 in overtime. Doug Shedden got credit for the winning goal after Mario Lenieux's shot deflected off his skate, and into the net. Also in the NHL last night, the New York Rangers rolled to their sixth win in a row. Pierre LaRouche tallied his tenth goal in 11 games to lead New York past the Minnesota North Stars 5-1. Angeles taxers. Spud Webb came to the rescue for Atlanta in a 102-93 win over the Lakers. Los Angeles has not lost to the Hawks since December of 1979. Webb thrilled a capacity crowd at the Omni, with a pair of slam dunks, while also recording career highs in points, 23; and in assists, 13. over the Chicago Bulls 110-100, Detroit's twelfth straight win at the Silverdome, and eighth straight overall. Houston scored the game's final seven points to beat the Dallas Mavericks 110-105. John Lucas hit four foul shots in the last nine seconds to secure the Glimpse Sullivan Award (UPI) -Joan Benoit-Samuelson captured the Sullivan Award as the nation's best amateur athlete in 1985. She is the seventh female to win the award. Among her achievements last year, Benoit-Samuelson set a women's marathon record in Chicago when she was clocked in two hours, 21 minutes and 21 seconds. She says her goal is to break the two-hour and 20-minute barrier in the marathon. Florida Derby (UPI) -"Snow Chief" has arrived in Florida to prepare for Saturday's $500,000 Florida Derby. "Snow Chief" has been racing in California, where the dark brown colt won seven of 11 starts in becoming thoroughbred racing's youngest millionaire. Other possible Florida Derby starters include "Mogambo", "My Prince Charming", "Raja's Revenge" and "Ensign Rhythm." WBC Featherweight Title (UPI) -Azumah Nelson of Ghana defends his WBC Featherweight Title tonight, against top-ranked contender Marcus Villasana of Mexico, at the Forun in Inglewood, Calif. It will be Nelson's third defense of the title, he won from Wilfredo Gomez in 1984. He owns a 22-1 record with 18 knockouts, while Villasana is 35-4-1 with 25 knockout. Proceeds of tonight's card will go toward helping the earthquake victims of Mexico City. Norton Hospitalized (UPI) -Former Heavyweight Champion Ken Norton is hospitalized in Los Angeles where he underwent surgery for injuries suffered in a one-car automobile accident on a California freeway Sunday night. X-rays revealed Norton suffered a fractured jaw and skull. Doctors say he will probably be hospitalized for up to two weeks. Men's Indoor Grand Prix (UPI) -Pole vaulter Billy Olson has 86 points to lead the Men's Indoor Grand Prix Standings. High jumper Jimmy Howard is second with 76 points. Diane Dixon, who set a 500-yard indoor record at Friday night's Los Angeles Times Meet, tops the women's overall standings with 86 points. ampson ts and five s by Penguins rally to beat Kings 6-5 The Sportsman By Charles Morey If Dwight is right, bet the careers, to name just two, the lightweight champion Mets. Dizzy Dean and Mark Fidrych. fight. That is the warcry of the Goen says he intends to Dran could not get down to New York Met fans this stay in low gear until he the lightweight limit of 135 spring. They are so hot feels just right and his pounds again if he lived on waiting for the start of the speed comes beck naturally, bread and water for a month. season, they have melted all It turns out that Gooden He weighs between 160 and the snow on the city sheets, reported to camp a year ago 170 pounds, but recently took Nobody who roots for the with a sprained right ankle, a bout against a man in the guys who play at Shea Stadium and was fitted with the same same weight range. agrees with the Las Vegas kind of brace he is now Did somebody ask why? The odds which made the Mets only wearing on the left one. He answer is as old as gold a co-favorite with the wore it all year, which nuggets. Dran reportedly has Cardinals in National League brings up a question. How blown most of the big money East. fast would he be if he took he made years ago. It was The reason for all this the brace off? big. When he tossed in the confidence is Dwight Gooden, About that changeup, which towel against "Sugar Ray" the 24-game winner last year is something that Gooden has Leonard some years back in who won the Cy Young Award not had in the post. Pitching New Orleans, his payday for best pitcher in the coach Mel Stottlemyre is reportedly was in the range National League. Dwight is working with Dwight on of six million to eight only 21, and can only get perfecting it. The trick is million dollars. better. How much better? to adjust your grip on the He seemed set for life. The Well, nobody who knows ball and release it with the reports are that he tossed baseball is ruling out a same motion as your fast away millions. High living, 30-game season this year. ball. bad investments, being too Gooden is taking things If he gets control of it, generous with friends,.all easy at the Met training camp the National League batters those things are supposed to in St. Petersburg, Fla. He will add one more headache to have played a port. has not tried to put out the those they already have when Roberto is 34 end the real velocity yet. they step into the better's simple truth is, he is an old The principle reason Dwight box against Dwight. 34. Some fighters can still is going slowly is because of Has Roberto Doran worn out cut it at that age. Archie his left ankle, which he his welcome in the ring? Moore could at 40. Sugar Ray sprained about a month ago. Probably, although there Robinson was a young tiger at He is wearing a light rubber brace on the still puffy ankle. Throwing too soon after a leg, ankle or foot injury has ruined some great pitching may be a hard core of Duran rooters, hanging around waiting to pay to see the 34-yar-old ex-lightweight champion fight. Duran could not get down to 34. Roberto is fighting from memory. That is not good enough when you get in the ring with a younger, faster ambitious man. Padres will get new manager (AP) -The San Diego Padres days. Williams has piloted will begin their 1986 season five big league clubs and is with a new manager. Dick one of the few managers to Williams resigned yesterday have pennant winners in both just before beginning a fifth the National and American spring training with the Leagues. National League club. Reportedly, Williams had In other baseball news, tf disagreements with team Montreal Expos say pitch President Ballard Smith and Charlie Lea will not play in General Manager Jack McKeon 1986, meaning the right-hander this winter. Trouble also will sit out his second flared in 1985 between straight season. Lea, who Williams and some Padre started the 1984 All-Star players. game for the National League, Pitching coach Galen Cisco still has not recovered from has been named San Diego's a rotator cuff injury that interim manager, with the sidelined him all of last appointment of a permanent year. skipper expected within a few Areaathletics Diving -PADI Open Water Dive Class registration Leeward Point Pool, fr 4 p.m.5 p.m., tomorrow, February 26. For more information call J.L. Gibson at 6169 AT. Caribbean Saddle Club -You too, can join in the fu and friendly activities of the Caribbean Saddle Club. You do not need to be leasing a horse to participate in the club's activities, which include beach rides, picnic rides, horse shows, and other events. For more information contact Alice Fitzgerald at 3977 AWa or come to the next meeting Sunday, March 2, at 6 p.m., in Room 19 of the Community Service Center (old high school). St. Patrick's Day Golf Tournament -There will be a St. Patrick's Day for Ladies Only Golf Tournament, Sunday, March 16, tee time at 9 a.m., full handicap. All ladies invited. Sign up at Golf Course or contact Marian Parker 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5. Jack and Jill Golf Tournament -There will be a Jack and Jill Golf Tournament, March 2, at 8:30 a.m. Cast $5 for members and $7 for n-members. Sign up at Golf Curse. Tuesday, February 25, 1986 knocking off slumping Portland 119-113. The Trail Blazers have dropped 10 straight, the league's longest tailspin this season. World B. Free scored 31 points to place the Cleveland Cavaliers over the San Antonio Spurs 124-114. Washington Bullets got points from Jeff Malone the downing the New Jerse Nets 99-89. Andrew Toney's playing fate for the rest of the season remains in the hands of the doctors. Yesterday, the Philadelphia 76ers placed the veteran guard on the injured list once again because of recurring foot problems. Toney's played in just five of Philly's games this season. A doctor's decision on Toney could come by the end of the week. In his place, the Sixers have re-activated forward Terry Catledge, who had been sidelined with chicken pox. NBA standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L ICT GB Boston 43 11 .795 -Philadelphia 36 21 .632 8 1/2 New Jersey 30 29 .508 15 1/2 Washington 27 30 .474 17 1/2 New York 19 38 .333 25 1/2 Central Division Milwaukee 40 18 .690 -Atlanta 33 24 .579 6 1/2 Detroit 34 25 .576 6 1/2 Cleveland 23 34 .404 17 Chicago 20 39 .339 20' Indiana 19 38 .333 20 1/2 Western Conference Midwest Division Houston 37 20 .649 Denver 35 23 .603 2 1/2 Dallas 29 27 .518 7 1/2 San Antonio 30 29 .508 8 Utah 28 30 .483 9 1/2 Sacramento 25 32 .439 12 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 41 15 .732 -Portland 29 32 .475 14 1/2 Phoenix 22 33 .400 18 1/2 L.A. Clippers 22 34 .393 19 Seattle 20 37 .351 21 1/2 Golden State 18 41 .305 24 1/2 Look out coac! (UPI) -A pro football column in the USA Today points out an interesting fact. Every time New Orleans hosts a Super Bowl, the Saints replace their head coach. In 1970, Tom Fears went. In 1975, goodbye Ernie Hefferle. In 1978, so-long Hank Stram. In 1981, adios Dick Nolan. This season, step down Bum Phillips. New Orleans already has been awarded 1990 Super Bowl. Did not new head coach Jim Mora just sign a five-year contract with the Saints? FrI Daily Gazette