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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

azette

Vol. 42 - No. 39 - U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper - Thursday, Feb. 27, 1986


New VHA procedures take effect Saturday


#ew Variable Housing I wance procedures take
effect March 1 and service people whose Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) and VHA payments exceed their housing expenses will have their VHA entitlement reduced by 50 percent of the difference between actual housing expenses and BAQ plus VHA.
Some people who are sharing rent or not paying rent will lose all of their VHA.
All people who receive VHA payments must file with the local Personnel Support Detachment a list of expenses and a rent or mortgage agreement. That includes
people living here who are Giving VHA for dependents
ng elsewhere.
ese examples apply:
Mortgage -- The total sum of principle, interest, taxes and insurance must be filed, along, with a mortgage agreement.
Renters -- The total sum of rent and renter's insurance, along with a copy of the rent agreement.
Mobile Homes -- The total sum of the mortgage payment, lot fee and
insurance, along with copies of the lot rental agreement and mortgage agreement.


(Note: This applis to house agrees boat rentals, too.) PSD
This information must obtain
be furnished to PSD by inform Monday, March 3 (Direct by Mar Deposit) and Friday, VHA March 7 (all others), term
Because of the isolated location here, copies of mortgage and rental Pleasf


Aquino to free 33

(AP) -- Philippine President The Corazon Aquino is releasing Libe 33 political prisoners today Philij as she begins the job of 17-m nation reconciliation after basic taking power from ousted Mil President Ferdinand Marcos. office
One prisoner being freed is the m
an alleged Central Committee Marco member of the outlawed nine a Communist Party of the an al Philippines. Some of the Aqui
others are, leaders of the minist so-palled "Light a Fire The Movement," believed to be says responsible for a series of follo terrorist bombings in .4979. guns Aquino rejected suggestions defen
that the Communist Party be mayo legalized, but stood by bodyg previous pledges to offer a Enril six-month cease-fire to the quoted party's 16,000-strong as say military wing, the New out tc Peoples Army. Enrile


ments can be provided to as soon as a person ins them. All other
nation must be provided rch 3 and 7.
A payments will be ninated if this


e see VHA: Page 2


prisoners

chairman of the Civil erties Union of the ppines says Aquino's new member cabinet is ally conservative. litary intelligence
ers are reported holding nayor of the capital of s' home province and aides and bodyguards in Ileged plot to murder no and her defense ;ter, Juan Ponce Enrile. Manila Times newspaper 3 the investigation
wed the seizure of 16 in cars outside the se ministry, where the or, his aides and guards were visiting
e yesterday. The paper d intelligence officers ing teams had been sent o assassinate Aquino and e.


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W4.E News of the bay



"Let Us Be Careful Out There" -- Recently the widespread publicity of food being recalled has everyone concerned whether the food they consume is safe. The answer to that question is "Yes!" The U.S. Army Veterinary Services here inspects all
subsistence items destined for the Guantanamo Bay community, and along with the U.S. Naval Hospital Prevenative Medicine and directives frm the Food and Drug Administration, the utmost protection is given to the consumer.
The following information was complied from a recent message from the FDA on protection to the c6nsumer for buying subsistence items in glass jars:
o Check the outside of the container. If the
container is sticky, do not buy it!
o Examine the label for food stains. This may
indicate breakage of jars in the case.
o Listen while opening jars for any grating
sound. Small particles of glass adhering to the jar exterior may be drawn into the food
when the vacuum seal is broken.
o Always examine food completely in the
container, and when transferring it to another
container.
When you, the consumer, are in doubt whether an item is safe, you should contact Veterinary Services. At that time a decision will be made on the wholesomeness
of that product and the appropriate recommendation on reimbursement or refund procedures. Any additional information on recall items can be obtained by contacting this office at 2101 or 2212.

GYRO Electrical Usage For FEB 3 - FEB 9


Fuel Csts" Fr-EI ectrical Use


Budget $17,788 $17,788 $17,788 $17,788 $17,788
- -----$17,788
$17,788

$124,516


to lift off the 27-tons of weight, the
mishap caused little damage to the ferry, and a three hour delay. (Photo by Lt. Dick Tremain)


Reagan calls for defense budget support

(AP) -- President Reagan used arsenals, national domestic programs a nationwide broadcast speech Republican allies and and a growing federal last night to lobby for his Democratic opponents say deficit. military budget. Reagan will not get all the Senator John Heinz, a
The president urged the Pentagon funding he wants for Pennsylvania Republican, American people to pressure next year. noted the Congressional their senators and House Democratic leader Jim budget office says Reagan representatives to pass- F) Wright of Texas gave the :under-estimated the cost of $311 million defense budget official Democratic response his military spending Reagan said the military to Reagan's speech. Wright request by nearly $15 billion build-up during the past five said the proposed military dollars. years forced the Soviets to buildup is being financed at seriously cut nuclear the expense of important


$31,345 Over Budget





SAround the globe

Navy Surgeon Returns To Court-Martial (UPI) -Navy Surgeon Qadr. Donal Billig will return to his court-martial in Washington next week facing a possible sentence of more than 11 years in prison. A panel of nine Navy officers convicted Billig yesterday of involuntary manslaughter and negligent homicide in the deaths of three patients under his care at Bethesda N'val Hospital, where he was chief of heart surgery.

Police Crush Revolt (UPI) -- A semi-official Egyptian newspaper says army troops using tanks and rocket-firing helicopters crushed a police conscript revolt yesterday. A spokesman for the U.S. Enbassy in Cairo says up to 600 foreigners, including as many as 130 Americans, were evacuated from three luxury hotels on the avenue to the pyramids. Diplomatic sources say many people apparently were killed-or wounded, but they had no exact figures.

Water Supply Poisoning (UPI) -- Church-run radio in Haiti reported today the members of ousted Dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier's private army have poisoned the water supply of a coastal town, killing 20 people. The unconfirmed report came amid widespread fears that former members of Duvalier's secret police want to revenge the violent anti-governent protests which forced Duvalier to flee to France on February 17.

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Monday Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Total


Usage $20,584 $21,776 $22,768
$23,403 $23,273 $22,359
$21,698

$155,861











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Inflation Fighter - This week's inflation fighter is "Hot Mexican Sausage Sandwich," 99 cents, available at the Stop Light and Kountry Kitchen.

Stay In Shape -- The Stay in Shape Class will not meet tomorrow, and Monday, March 3, due to another commitment. The next class will meet Wednesday, March
5.

Hook Schedule -- At the Hook tomorrow, there is Bible study, "Book of Romans," 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1, there is Bible study, "Discipleship," 7 p.m. The Hook is open to people of all faiths.

Windjaier Club -- On Saturday, March 1, the Windjamer 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.

Country Emphire Band -- The band "Country aphire" will appear at the Clipper Club Monday, March 3, 7 - 11 p.m.

Legal Assistance Office -- The Naval Legal Assistance Office is closed Monday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 11, for court term. Business as usual will resume Wednesday, March 12.

Government Gas Station Hours -- Beginning Monday, March 3, the new hours of operation for the government gas station are 7:45 - 11:30 a.m., and 12:30 - 4:15 p.m.

GTO Little Theatre -- The GTMO Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson School amphi-theatre.

PWOC Mleeting -- The PW(C general meeting will be .held Wednesday, March 5, 7 p.m., at Suzan Jones' home, DP 1105. Come for an evening that will help prepare you for the Easter season with slides from the Holy Land. Charles Campbell will provide music with his Scottish bagpipes. See you then, and bring a friend. For more information, call Judy, 4276.

Fire Wardens Training Class There will be a Fire Wardens training class, Thursday, March 6, 9 - 10 a.m., in the NAS Training Room, covering fire drill procedures.

Red Cross Class -- The American National Red Cross is holding a re-qualification CPR class for personnel whose card is about to expire or has expired within the last few days. The class is to be held Tuesday, March 18, 6 - 10 p.m., in the Red Cross building. If you are interested in keeping your CPR card up to date, please call the Red Cross to register, 2234 or 4676.

Hospitality Kits -- Would those people that have hospitality kits checked out from the Family Service Center, that have received their household goods, please return these items imediately. We are not able to take care of the needs of some of our newcomers, due to the demand. Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated.












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--U.S. Navy's only shore-based d*ally newspaper --


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33 Years And Counting -- Capt. John Condon, CMNAVBASE, presents CW04 Jim O'Neal with a letter of appreciation for 33 years of dedicated service to the Navy. CW04


Navy wives lunch

to he held Mar. 5

The Navy Wives Club of America, in association with its annual membership drive, is sponsoring a salad luncheon, Wednesday, March 5, on the back patio of the Blue Car ibe.
The guest speakers will be Ellen Fisher and Susan Byrd, of the Family Service Center. They will answer your questions concerning the FSC's many services.
The wives club members will
also be more than willing to answer your questions on the purpose and goals of the organization, without
pressure or obligation to join.
The luncheon is open to active duty and civilian wives of enlisted servicemen. So, come on over,have a good, relaxing lunch and learn about what is available to you during your stay here.
We are all in this together, so let us get together. For more information, call B.J. McBee, 2787, or Kathy August, 4966 AT.


DAY
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


Saturday


O'Neal is the NAVSTA Ordnance Officer, and has been in GTMO for a little over six years, three of them with FTG. (Photo by JOl Stacey Byington)
a


Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings

TIME LOCATION TYPE 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Closed 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Open 7:30 p.m. NAVSTA Brig Open 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Open 8:00 p.m NAVHOSP ARS Ward Open 8:00 p.m. NAVHOSP ARS Ward Open/ Beginner
8:00 p.m. MoCalla Hanger Room 30 Open


The public is invited to all open meetings.



School advisory council to meet

The W.T. Sampson Elementary School Advisory Council will meet Wednesday March 5, 3 p.m, in room B-10. The meeting is open to the public. Parents are encouraged to attend.
If you are unable to attend and have a school related concern, please fill out the following form. Place it in an envelope addressed to ESAC Chairperson, and send it to the school office. ESAC must have your name and phone nunber for your concern to be considered an agenda item. Thank you.

My concern is:


Name


Duty Phone


VHA: Continued from page 1


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Capt. John Cndon, USN................imanger, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Idr. Rick iszher, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
J1 StaceyByington .............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil iuillebeau, USN.......................Managirn witor
J03 Teri Tma, USN ........... ............. Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane Amenan..................................... Secretary
Ms. An-Elizabeth Efimoff............." .Production Assistant
Nathan Dwubin ......................... Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields .................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremin...........................reservist Support
PH2 Stephan Atkinson.........................RFeservist Spport
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for hip .an station .repers, un.er the direction of te fi ! C affairs officer. *he Daily nette is printed five times a wek at govermit epense on governent equimemt, at the Navy Pulications and Printn Service Branch Office. The opinions anc
statements tt a a. herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official view of the Navy Department or Oimaxier, U.S. Naval Base.


information is not received by PSD on the dates
indicated.
These questions and answers are available for your information.

Q: Who does the VHA offset affect?
A: Every member-of the uniformed services who
receives VHA. (Again - that includes military people at Guantanamo Bay).
Q: How will new VHA rates be determined?
A: In general, a copy of the member's rental or mortgage
agreement will be required as documentation to support the claimed amount for these expenses. In addition, the Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Committee will prepare a utility expense
table based on the utility costs reported from the last VHK survey with a housing consumer price index adjustment to Fiscal 1986.
The total expenses, rent or mortgage and utility expenses, will then be
compared to the total allowance. Here is an


example:

A Navy chief petty officer (with dependents).

Monthly Allowances BAQ - $383.70 VHA - $ 55.57 Total - $439.27
Monthly Expenses Rent $350.00 Utilities -- $ 60.00 (From table)
Total - $410.00

Since the allowances are greater than the expenses ($439.27 - $410 = $29,.27), the chief would lose half the
difference not to exceed all of his VHA. Half the difference is ($29.27 x 50 percent = $14.63) which is less than the full VHA rate. The chief's new VHA rate will be $40.94 ($55.57 -$14.63 = $40.94).
There are many variations to the new VHA program. The folks at PSD stress that it is important for you to be
aware of the details that affect you. Any questions can
be directed to the Personnel Support Detachment, 4415.


Home Phone


FiI-Am Ball

next Saturday

The 1986 Fil-Am Club Induction Ball will be
held Saturday, March 8, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m., at the club grounds. The public is invited. Tickets prices
are $5 for members, and $10 for non-members. Dress is semi-formal. The menu is:
Steamship Round
Lumpia Pancit
Fried Rice
Dinner Rolls
Salad
Assorted Desserts
Bring your own bottle.
For tickets call Doris
Bartolome, 4653 DWH, or 3507 AWH, or call Inocencio Dualan, 2601
DWH, or 2908 AWH.



Marine Corps Exchange
Are your floors bare? Do you need carpets? The MCX has carpets in assorted colors and sizes, so shop early for the best selections.


Daily Gazette Thursday, February 27, 1986.


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Job Market


Navy Exchange

The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg.; AV-34. 1cCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508.


#131-85
Food Service Wrrker F/r
K1&-I/$3.57 or LW-l/$2.30 S#154-85
Sales Clerk FIT
PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08
#1-86
Sales Clerk P/I'
PS-I/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99
LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42
#2-86
Food Service Webrker (Bakery) INI'.
M-3/$4.42
#16-86
Janitor F/I'
NA-1/$3.66 or LW--l/$2.30
#18-86
Custaer Services Clerk F/I'
PS-3/$4.27 leading to PS4/$4.54
LGS-3/$3.42 leading to EGS-4/$4.08
#19-86
Bakery Wrker F/T
LPC-5/ 3.60
#20-86
Food Service Worker P/T
-2/$4.03 or LW-2/$2.63
21-86
Personalized Services Clerk P/
PS-3/$4.27 or EGS-3/$3.42


Open Stop
Light
Im
open Retail
Store

Cpm Retail
Store


Open Pizza
Pub

open Navy Lodge


Open Retail Store



Open Blue Caribe


Open Deli


Open Personalized
Services


Civilian Personnel

Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business March 4. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by
reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.


AM. NO. POSIION AND TITLE
72-86 Library Aid, GS-1411-02
Part time, Mn. through Wednesday, 4 to 9 pm., Friday, 1 to 6 p.m. and
alternate Saturday.
NAF-68-86 Mutor Vessel Captain
N/IW-5724-1
Part time
NAF-69-86 DekhaJ dN A, 3507-05
Multiple vacancies
Intermittent-scheduled
NAF-70-86 Deckhan], N/Tkr-3507-06
Multiple vacancies
Intermittent-schedule
NAF-71-86 Automotive WorkerHelper
NVLW,-5823-05 Intenmitten
Schduled
NAF-25-86-C Laborer, LPJ-3502-02



Sa pplications mustbe sulmitted to
Civilian Personnel Office by
business on March 6.

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

75-86 Sign Painter, L4104-09
Perm.
NAF-73-86 Recreation Assistant (Youth
Activities) PS-189-06/LG-18905


LOCATION Library




Rereation Service Marina Recreation Service Marina Recreation Service Marina Recreation Service Hbby hop
Recreation Service Leewad


the Naval Base the close of


EDCATION



Recreation
Service


The Navy's role in drug interdiction


Washington (NES) -- In the war against drug smuggling, the Navy is committed to digeverything possible to I illicit drugs from
Sing the United States. According to Capt. William Marsh, head, Fleet Operations
and Readiness Branch in the office of CNO, that commitment is not new.
"We've been heavily .involved in drug interdiction
for a while, but people didn't know how much involved," Marsh said. "We enthusiastically support our civilian law enforcement
agency operations, but we also must conform to the
limitations imposed upon us by law."
By law, the Navy cannot


search, seize or arrest drug, smugglers. Therefore, the Navy's role in drug interdiction is a support role. Federal law enforcement agencies, including the Coast Guard, Customs, Drug Enforcement Agency, rely on the Navy to provide intelligence on ship or aircraft sightings. This intelligence is coordinated through the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System.
"NNBIS really serves to get DOD support where it's appropriate," Marsh said. "We
try to honor requests from the law enforcement agencies as long as we do not impact on our readiness. Unless we can directly relate the


support we are providing to a military mission lor a training mission, we are required to seek
reimbursement from that agency.
"For example, if we send a ship out in support of drug interdiction and get no other
training out of it, we have to ask for the cost to operate that ship for that period of time. If we send an
airplane out to do a surface surveillance mission, the flight crews are getting sane training benefits that are mission associated," Marsh
said..
In some cases, the Navy will carry Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Teams aboard its ships. These


teams, usually consisting of an officer and a small enlisted complement, are empowered to board vessels suspected of snuggling drugs. They also conduct searches and make arrests.
At first glance, it would seem that the Navy is playing a secondary role. But according to March, "We must avoid direct involvement (in searching, seizing and arresting) because that's not our mission. If we send a Navy ship to the Caribbean and make a drug seizure, we've tied up people of that ship with court time, paperwork and any number of other things that would keep them from their military and professional jobs."


(NBCPO con't)

NAF-74-86 Aciministrative Services Clerk
(Typing), AS-301-04
NAF-76-86 Custodial Worker (Maid)
NA/tg-3566-02, full time


0c Club AS BEQ


Position and Grade Ann. N
*Clerk Typist, GS/AGS-322-03 01-86 (Pea-joenlamporary/'T/P
*Clerk Typist, GS/S-322-04, 02-86
(Penmren/Teirairy/'V/PI
*Secreay (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 03-86 (Permanent and Temorary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LG-318-04 04-86 Leading to Gs-05, or Gs/1-3l8-o5 (Permanent aid a porary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/GS- 05-86 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/=-203-05
*counting TcIbician, GS/LGS- 06-86 525-04 (Perment an] Tnporary)
*Aommting Tecnician, CS/LG-525-. 07-86 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-52505 (Permanent and Teprary) Sales Store Oecker, GS/LG-2091- 08-86 02 leading to GS/W-03, or GS/LGS.2091-O3 (INT) ..
Production Control Clerk, 09-86 GS/U-303-04
Data Transcriber, Keypurr1VC~R 10-86 Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LG-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Perkment an Teporary) Telephone Operator, GSiLGS- 11-86 382-02/03 (Tp. Not to exceed
one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 12-86 (Part Time) (Tenp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but incurbents may be norcrpetitively extended.)
Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or NAF-13-1 Sales Store Checker, LGS-29102 (INT, rT/PT)
Recreation Aid, {S/,;-0189-03 .F-4-i
(INI, FT/Pr)
Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-L5-i Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (N , FT/PT)
Custodial Worker, 'MG-3566-01 &F-16-i and NqW-3566-02 (INI, FT/PT) Food Service Wrker, 1VY-W-7408- NF-17-8 02 (INI, Fr/Pr)
Waiter/WAitress, M/VTk-7420-02 NAF-18-8 (INT, FT/Pr)
Bartender, %/LW-7405-03 NF-19-8 (INI', FT/Pr)
Cook, Mk/Lk -7404-05 NAF-20-81 (INI, Fr/PT)
Qiidlcare Giver/ecreation Aid, MF-21-8 PS/WS-0189-03, (Ir,FT/Pr) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NlA-22-8 PS/a-0189-03 (INI, FT/PT Club Cprations Assistant, . ,F-23-f PS-110-O4 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INT, FT/PT)


No. Location i All Commnads All Gmiyads

All Camiads

All O:unds






All COmyads All Camands


i Carmissary




S uply





WI scbools


86 Clubs


86 Recreation
Services 86 Recreation
Services

86 All Cannads

86 Clubs

86 Clubs

86 Clubs

86 Clubs

86 Rereation
Services a6 Recreation
Services 86 Clubs


Open Register

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


3 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 27, 1986


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


'The

Saler

AUTOS
'65 Chevy pick-up truck, 327 cu.in., needs minor work, asking $350 neg. Call 2540
AWH.

'66 Pontiac Bunneville, in good running condition, no reasonable offer will be refused. Call 2330/2570 UWH or 4022 AWH and ask for
Powell.

'69 F100 pickup, brown, 6 cyclinder engine, rebuilt two years ago, has new tires, good condition, excellent transportation, $1500 or best
offer. Call Rita at 6470 AWH or 6493 DWH.
----.----..,__-------....
'73 Matador wagon, good running car, new starter, $900 neg. Call Bill at 3522, AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 DWH or 7249 AWH.
BICYCLE
Huffy 12-speed bike, new, 27" Polaris red, $90. Call Jones at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH.
AUTO ACCESSORIES
Camper shell for Dodge Ram 50, fiberglass, $400. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m.
APPLIANCES
Side-by-side 3-door refrigerator, freezer, excellent condition, $300. Can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
Set of weights and bar bench, $40; metal cabinet with lock and key, approx. 3x3 with three shelves, $20. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m.
BOAT
One 10x23 pontoon boat, laminated wood and fiberglass pontoons, 55hp Evinrude,
head, radio, running lights, boarding ladder and much
more. Boat number #390, Slip 7 Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH.
FURNITURE
Large, white, outdoor wrought-iron table and four chairs with cushions, $40; small, yellow wrought-iron table and two chairs, like new, $65; Lazy-Boy recliner, Italian style, wood trim, beige, floral upholstery, $75; Mediterranean style arm chair, wood, blue upholstery, $50. Call 3284.
,- - ,,,--- ----------Men's five draw bureau, dark wood, good condition, $100;
light beige sofa, good condition, $250. Both items can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH.
AIR CONDITIOEERS
Fedders 10,000 BTU, (125v), fits in a 17 1/2"x27 1/2" hole or larger, asking $75. Call 2540 AT.
SERVICES
Will do housecleaning for inspection. We guarantee passing grade. Reasonable rates. Call Bill or Rosa at 3522 AWH.

Will clean house for final inspection. Call K. Anderson at 3220.
WANTED
I would like three small banana trees. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m.

Talent search. Is there anyone who knows the authentic Hawaiian Hula? If so, please call Lynn McGinty
at the Marine Corps Exchange at 2330 or 2570.












Blue Devils prove to be number-one


Celts whip Spurs 120-100


(AP) -- The Boston Celtics whipped the San Antonio Spurs
120-100 last night as Robert Parish matched his season high with 27 points. The Celts have now won 15
straight on the parquet floor in Boston Garden and they are 24-1 at home this season.
In Dallas, the Los Angeles Lakers got back on the
winning track with a 119-115 win over the Mavericks.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar clicked for 25 points for the Lakers, while "Magic" Johnson and Byron Scott each added 21. For Dallas, the loss was number-five in a row.
The Detriot Pistons pulled back to within six and one-half games of first-place Milwaukee in the Central


Division with a 111-104 win
over the Los Angeles Clippers. Kelly Tripuck's 30
points led the Pistons, who are tied with Milwaukee for the hottest streak in the league at nine straight wins.
The Atlanta Hawks are also proving tough on their home floor this season. Dominique Wilkins canned a game-high 28
points, sending the Hawks to a 129-109 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Hawks, who have won four in a row, are now 19-2.
In Phoenix, the Suns edged the stumbling Portland Trail Blazers 113-112 on a Walter
Davis jumper with eight seconds to play. Davis scored 30 points as the Suns snapped a four-game losing streak.


Upset in tennis tournament


(AP) -- Therewas an upset at the $150,000 Virginia Slims of California Tennis Tournament last night. Kathy Jordan surprised third-seeded Hana Mandlikova 7-6, 6-2, in the process advancing to the quarterfinals.
Top-seeded Martina Navratilova also advanced, with a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Rosalyn Fairbank of South Africa.
At the $405,000 Men's Professional Tennis Tournament in La Quinta,


California, the top three seeds all recorded wins yesterday. Top-seeded Mats Wilander bettered Andre Agassi 6-1, 6-1.
Second-seeded Jirmy Connors
rallied for a 1-6, 6-4, 6-4, win over Marko Ostoja of
Yugoslavia and third-seeded Boris Becker of West Germany took a 6-3,6-3 win over Mike Leach.
The players withstood
scalding temperatures, which rose as high as 115 degrees courtside.


(AP) -- A record setting performance by senior guard Johnny Dawkins helped the
Duke Blue Devils show their number-one ranking is well deserved, in a 77-69 win over Clemson. Dawkins punped in 27 points, in the process
setting and NCAA record for career games in double
figures.
Dawkins has scored ten or more points in 119 gaies, breaking the old mark of 118
set by Danny Ainge while at Brigham Young. The Blue Devils are now 28-2.
After slipping to thi d in the poll this week, a r sult of two straight losses the North Carolina Tar Heels were fired up for their home


finale. With Jeff Lebo scoring all 17 of his points
in the second half, the Heels whipped Virginia 85-79.
At Madison Square Garden, eighth-ranked St. John's
bounced number-six Syracuse 86-79, knotting those teams for the lead in the Big East
Conference standings. Walter Berry scored 27 points for the Redmen, while Willie Glass added 19.
Dwayne "Pearl" Washington canned 35 points in a losing cause for Syracuse.
Tenth-rated Michigan overpowered Wisconsin 97-74. Roy Tarpley's 24 points led the Wolverines to the win, a
victory which put Michigan a half game ahead of idle


Glimpse


Lite Beer Championship (UPI) -- Hall of Fame bowler Jim Stefanich leads the field after two rounds of the Lite Beer
-hampionship in Milwaukee, Wis. Stefanich averaged nearly 220 for the first 12 games giving him a 73-pin lead over Jeff Bellinger of Columbia, S.C. Guppy Troup is in third place followed by Bill Straub and Mark Roth.

Boston Marathon (UPI) -- The John Hancock Insurance Company is pumping $10 million into the Boston Marathon over the next 10 years, and the money is attracting a nuynber of big-name runners. Four-time Boston Marathon winner Bill
Rodgers says he will run in this year's April 21 race. He joins a star-studded field which includes Australian Rob De Castella, Britain's Steve Jones and Greg Meyer.

Rematch Scheduled (UPI) -- In boxing, undisputed Middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns will have a rematch June 22, if both fighters win their next bouts. That is according to Emanuel Steward, who manages Hearns. Both Hagler and Hearns are on a March 10
boxing card at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Hagler knocked out Hearns in the third round of their title fight last April.


Indiana atop the Big Ten
Conference standings.
Thirteenth-ranked
Louisville barely escaped with a 65-63 road win over South Carolina. Milt Wagner
gave the Cardinals the victory, by sinking a pair of
free throws with two seconds to play.
Number-15 Georgetown snapped a three-game Big East losing streak by belting Boston College 90-76. Reg Williams scored 22 for Hoyas.
Off the floor, seven-foot junior center William Bedford says he will return to Memphis State for his senior
season. Bedford told The .Commercial Appeal of Memphis, he needs more experience before turning pro.


Defending champs

rout Jets 8-2

(AP) -- The Edmonton Oilers were in top form last night, as the -two-time defending Stanley Cup champs routed the Winnepeg Jets 8-2. Mark Messier scored the hat trA for the Oilersi while WaW Gretzy added two goals and four assists.
The Adams Division-leading Montreal Canadians got a pair of goals from Mike McPhee, in
a 4-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks.
Vancouver's now lost four straight games.
The New Jersey Devils surprised the New York
Islanders 7-2. Mel Bridgeman found the net for a pair of New Jersey goals.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


If pitching is 90 percent of baseball, the Cards will
buck the odds this season.
Connie Mack always insisted that it was. He won a number of pennants, and had some great pitchers setting the pace.
The Cards are quick and slick on the bases and in the field, but there is a large
question mark hanging over the mound.
They will begin the season
with a pat lineup, virtually the same one that won the National League Pennant last
year and lost the World Series to Kansas City after going ahead 3-1 in games.
About that question mark, Joaquin Andujar is gone. The excitable righthander from the Dominican Republic was
traded during the winter. The Cards will have to fill in the 21-game hole left by Anduj ar.
Right now, manager Whitney Herzog has only two pitchers he feels certain of as
starters. They are John Tudor, who won 21 and lost 12 in 1985, and Danny Cox, who was 18-9.
A lot of baseball men are wondering. Can Tudor possibly have another year like last,
when he won 19 of 20 games in the heart of the season? Is Cox really an 18-game winner? The Cards would love to trade for a reliable starter, but
they would have to deal away a regular at some position
and Herzog does not like that.
The candidates for the other two starting jobs in a four-man rotation are Kurt Kepshire, Bob Forsch and


possibly Rict-Horton coming out of the bullpen. Another is rookie Tim Conroy, who was 11-3 last year at Tacoma.
St. Louis is solid in the bullpen, where Todd Worrell of the blurring fast ball is expected to be the leader. Ken Dailey and Jeff Lahti also are available. The only real worry, how real nobody knows, around the diamond and in the outfield is, of all people, Ozzie Smith.
The miracle man at shortstop finished up the 1985 season with an arm problem, the result of a head-first slide into third base against the Mets in New York in September. The fear is that it is one of those dreaded rotator cuff injuries. If Smith's ailment does not go away, the Cards may have to go with Jose Oquendo at short. Jose is a classic good-field, no-hit type.
Jack Clark is healthy again at first, Tommy Herr is productive at second, and Terry Pendleton is eligible to improve at third. The flying circus in the outfields has Vince Coleman in left, Willie McGee in center and Andy Van Slyke in right. Among them, they probably will steal everything but the St. Louis arch.
The Cards like the new addition behind the plate, Mike Heath, who came in the Andujar trade with Oakland. Mike is acraftsman with the mask and mitt, and loves to shoot down baserunners with larceny on their minds.
The race will take less than two minutes, but the


show will last all day when Gulfstream Park stages the $500,000 Florida Derby on Saturday.
Starting well before the noon hour, there will be entertainment of this sort, high-wire and trapeze acts performed by students from Florida State, marching bands, Water ski exhibitions, a fashion show, group singing and strolling musicians. Also a race of wild ostriches.
Late in the afternoon the horses will step into the starting gate for the Florida Derby.
It is a run of a mile and, one furlong, and is regarded
as a major prep race for the Kentucky Derby. This time, it will mark the East Coast debut of the West Coast whiz, "Snow Chief."
Nothing has been able to get close to him the last months in California. He is caming off a long plane trip and he will have to race on a different type of track than he has been running on. The California tracks favor speed. At Gulfstream this winter, the late-runners have been getting the money.
The main opposition for Snow Chief, providing trainer Leroy Jolley decides to start him, is expected to come from "Mogambo." He is a New York-based colt, and won a seven-furlong race recently
at Gulfstream with a strong late surge.
Other contenders are the winners of the Split-Fountain of Youth Stakes last week. They are the quick "Ensign Bhyth" and the hard-charging "My Prince Charming."


Yankee pitchers old as stadium


(UPI) -- The New York Yankees would obviously score a major public relations coup if they were to acquire former Mets pitcher Tom Seaver from the Chicago White Sox.
But there is a good reason why the Yankees may not go after "Tom Terrific."
As pointed out in a report in the Chicago Sun-Times, the Yankees already have the oldest


pitching staff in baseball, maybe in history.
Phil Niekro is almost
47, brother Phil is 41 and Ron Guidry is pusing 36. The addition of the 41-year-old Seaver would make the average New York pitcher almost as old as Yankee Stadium.
Oh yes, the Yankees
recently signed Tommy John, who could be used in relief. But he will not be 43 until May. II


S Area athletics


CaribbeanSaddle Club - You too, can join in the fun 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, 3977 AWH, or come to the next meeting Sunday, March 2, 6 p.m., 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, 9 a.m., full handicap. All ladies ar invited. Sign up at the Golf Course, or contact Mari Parker, 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5. A

Jack and Jill Golf Tournament -- There will be a Jack and Jill Golf Tournament, March 2, 8:30 a.m. The cost is $5 for members, and $7 for non-members.You can sign up at the Golf Course.

Golf -- The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a Blind Draw Best Ball Handicap Tournament on Sunday, February 23. The
team of Dan Ingle and Jim Fitzgerald took first place honors, with a net 61 over the wind swept course. Several teams placed second with a net 64.


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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 39 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, Feb. 27, 1986 New VHA procedures take effect Saturday #ew Variable Housing wance procedures take effect March 1 and service people whose Basic Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) and VHA payments exceed their housing expenses will have their VHA entitlement reduced by 50 percent of the difference between actual housing expenses and BAQ plus VHA. Some people who are sharing rent or not paying rent will lose all of their VHA. All people who receive VHA payments must file with the local Personnel Support Detachment a list of expenses and a rent or mortgage agreement. That includes people living here who are iving VHA for dependents ng elsewhere. ese examples apply: Mortgage -The total sum of principle, interest, taxes and insurance must be filed, along with a mortgage agreement. Renters -The total sum of rent and renter's insurance, along with a copy of the rent agreement. Mobile Homes -The total sum of the mortgage payment, lot fee and insurance, along with copies of the lot rental agreement and mortgage agreement. (Note: This applies to house agreements can be provided to boat rentals, too.) PSD as soon as a person This information must obtains them. All other be furnished to PSD by information must be provided Monday, March 3 (Direct by March 3 and 7. Deposit) and Friday, VHA payments will be March 7 (all others). terminated if this Because of the isolated location here, copies of mortgage and rental PlaeeescAepoed Aquino to free 33 prisoners (AP) -Philippine President The chairman of the Civil Corazon Aquino is releasing Liberties Union of the 33 political prisoners today Philippines says Aquino's new as she begins the job of 17-member cabinet is nation reconciliation after basically conservative. taking power from ousted Military intelligence President Ferdinand Marcos. officers are reported holding One prisoner being freed is the mayor of the capital of an alleged Central Comittee Marcos' home province and member of the outlawed nine aides and bodyguards in Communist Party of the an alleged plot to murder Philippines. Some of the Aquino and her defense others are, leaders of the minister, Juan Pone Enrile. so-called "Light a Fire The Manila Times newspaper Movement," believed to be says the investigation responsible for a series of followed the seizure of 16 terrorist bombings in "979. guns in cars outside the Aquino rejected suggestions defense ministry, where the that the Communist Party be mayor, his aides and legalized, but stood by bodyguards were visiting previous pledges to offer a Enrile yesterday. The paper six-month cease-fire to the quoted intelligence officers party's 16,000-strong as saying teams had been sent military wing, the New out to assassinate Aquino and Peoples Army. Enrile. W 4E News of the bay 'Let Us Be Careful Out There' -Recently the widespread publicity of food being recalled has everyone concerned whether the food they consume is safe. The answer to that question is "Yes!" The U.S. Army Veterinary Services here inspects all subsistence items destined for the Guantanamo Bay community, and along with the U.S. Naval Hospital Prevenative Medicine and directives fran the Food and Drug Administration, the utmost protection is given to the consumer. The following information was complied from a recent message from the FDA on protection to the consumer for buying subsistence items in glass jars: o Check the outside of the container. If the container is sticky, do not buy it! o Examine the label for food stains. This may indicate breakage of jars in the case. o Listen while opening jars for any grating sound. Small particles of glass adhering to the jar exterior may be drawn into the food when the vacuum seal is broken. o Always examine food completely in the container, and when transferring it to another container. When you, the consumer, are in doubt whether an item is safe, you should contact Veterinary Services. At that time a decision will be made on the wholesomeness of that product and the appropriate recommendation on reimbursement or refund procedures. Any additional information on recall itams can be obtained by contacting this office at 2101 or 2212. GTHO Electrical Usage For FEB 3 -FEB 9 Fuel Costs For Electrical Use Usage $20,584 $21,776 $22,768 $23,403 $23,273 $22,359 $21,698 $155,861 $31,345 Over Budget ry Stopped -Workmen were busy ay correcting a severe starboard list on ferry caused by a too heavy load. To even the severe, list, pumping water from the bildges was tried, but it took a crane to lift off the 27-tons of weight. the mishap caused little damage to the ferry, and a three hour delay. (Photo by Lt. Dick Tramnain) Reagan calls for defense budget support (AP) -President Reagan used a nationwide broadcast speech last night to lobby for his military budget. The president urged the American people to pressure their senators and representatives to pass hip $311 million defense budges.: Reagan said the military build-up during the past five years forced the Soviets to seriously cut nuclear arsenals. Republican allies and Democratic opponents say Reagan will not get all the Pentagon funding he wants for next year. House Danocratic leader Jim Wright of Texas gave the official Democratic response to Reagan's speech. Wright said the proposed military buildup is being financed at the expense of important national domestic programs and a growing federal deficit. Senator John Heinz, a Pennsylvania Republican, noted the Congressional budget office says Reagan under-estimated the cost of his military spending request by nearly $15 billion dollars. Around the globe Navy Surgeon Returns To Court-Martial (UPI) -Navy Surgeon Cmdr. Donal Billig will return to his court-martial in Washington next week facing a possible sentence of more than 11 years in prison. A panel of nine Navy officers convicted Billig yesterday of involuntary manslaughter and negligent homicide in the deaths of three patients under his care at Bethesda Naval Hospital, where he was chief of heart surgery. Police Crush Revolt (UPI) -A semi-official Egyptian newspaper says army troops using tanks and rocket-firing helicopters crushed a police conscript revolt yesterday. A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in Cairo says up to 600 foreigners, including as many as 130 Americans, were evacuated from three luxury hotels on the avenue to the pyramids. Diplomatic sources say many people apparently were killed or wounded, but they had no exact figures. Water Supply Poisoning (UPI) -Church-run radio in Haiti reported today the members of ousted Dictator Jean-Claude Duvalier's private army have poisoned the water supply of a coastal town, killing 20 people. The unconfirmed report came amid widespread fears that former members of Duvalier's secret police want to revenge the violent anti-government protests which forced Duvalier to flee to France on February 17. Inside Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Total Budget $17,788 $17,788 $17,788 $17,788 $17,788 -$17,788 $17,788 $124, 516 7.

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te Inflation Fighter -This week' s inflation fighter is "Hot Mexican Sausage Sandwich," 99 cents, available at the Stop Light and Kountry Kitchen. Stay In Shape -The Stay in Shape Class will not meet tomorrow, and Monday, March 3, due to another commitment. The next class will meet Wednesday, March 5. Hook Schedule -At the Hook tomorrow, there is Bible study, "Book of Rmans," 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1, there is Bible study, "Discipleship," 7 p.m. The Hook is open to people of all faiths. Windjammer Club -On Saturday, March 1, the Windjamer Ballrorm 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. Country Emphire Band -The band "Country Eaphire" will appear at the Clipper Club Monday, March 3, 7 -11 p.m. Legal Assistance Office -The Naval Legal Assistance Office is closed Monday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 11, for court term. Business as usual will resume Wednesday, March 12. Government Gas Station Hours -Beginning Monday, March 3, the new hours of operation for the government gas station are 7:45 -11:30 a.m., and 12:30 -4:15 p.m. GTMO Little Theatre -The GTMO Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson School amphi-theatre. PWOC Meeting -The IWOC general meeting will be held Wednesday, March 5, 7 p.m., at Suzan Jones' hone, DP 1105. Come for an evening that will help prepare you for the Easter season with slides fran the Holy Land. Charles Campbell will provide music with his Scottish bagpipes. See you then, and bring a friend. For more information, call Judy, 4276. Fire Wardens Training Class There will be a Fire Wardens training class, Thursday, March 6, 9 -10 a.m., in the AS Training Room, covering fire drill procedures. Red Cross Class -The American National Red Cross is holding a re-qualification CPR class for personnel whose card is about to expire or has expired within the last few days. The class is to be held Tuesday, March 18, 6 -10 p.m., in the Red Cross building. If you are interested in keeping your CPR card up to date, please call the Red Cross to register, 2234 or 4676. Hospitality Kits -Would those people that have hospitality kits checked out from the Family Service Center, that have received their household goods, please return these items imediately. We are not able to take care of the needs of some of our newcomers, due to the demand. Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated. aly *azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN .Comander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer 01 StaeByingtn .Assistant Public Affairs Officer 02 Neil Cill1 eU. .USN .Managing editr J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor Mrs. Diana Assea~an .ecretar Mrs. Ann-EliabethEfrff.Priton sita Nathan Durbin .Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez .Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Trenain .Reservist Support P12 Stephen Atkinson .Resevist Suport 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 wek at governent expense on government equiaent, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions ad statements that appear erin are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cotmander, U.S. Naval Base. 33 Years And Counting -Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, presents CW04 Jim O'Neal with a letter of appreciation for 33 years of dedicated service to the Navy. CWO4 Navy wives lunch to be held Mar. 5 The Navy Wives Club of America, in association with its annual membership drive, is sponsoring a salad luncheon, Wednesday, March 5, on the back patio of the Blue Caribe. The guest speakers will be Ellen Fisher and Susan Byrd, of the Family Service Center. They will answer your questions concerning the FSC's many services. The wives club members will also be more than willing to answer your questions on the purpose and goals of the organization, without pressure or obligation to join. The luncheon is open to active duty and civilian wives of enlisted servicemen. So, come on over, have a good, relaxing lunch and learn about what is available to you during your stay here. We are all in this together, so let us get together. For more information, call B.J. McBee, 2787, or Kathy August, 4966 AT. O'Neal is the NAVSTA Ordnance Officer, and has been in GTMO for a little over six years, three of them with FTG. (Photo by J01 Stacey Byington) Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings DAY TIME LOCATION TYPE Sunday 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Closed Monday 8:00 p.m. MCalla Hanger Room 30 Open Tuesday 7:30 p.m. NAVSTA Brig Open Wednesday 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Open Thursday 8:00 p.m NAVHOSP ARS Ward Open Friday 8:00 p.m. NAVHOSP ARS Ward Open/ Beg inner Saturday 8:00 p.m. McCalla Hanger Room 30 Open The public is invited to all open meetings. School advisory council to meet The W.T. Sampson Elementary School Advisory Council will meet Wednesday March 5, 3 p.m, in room B-10. The meeting is open to the public. Parents are encouraged to attend. If you are unable to attend and have a school related concern, please fill out the following form. Place it in an envelope addressed to ESAC Chairperson, and send it to the school office. ESAC must have your name and phone number for your concern to be considered an agenda itam. Thank you. My concern is: Name Duty Phone VHA: Continued from page 1 information is not received by PSD on the dates indicated. These questions and answers are available for your information. Q: Who does the VHA offset affect? A: Every member-of the uniformed services who receives VHA. (Again -that includes military people at Guantanamo Bay) Q: How will new VHA rates be determined? A: In general, a copy of the member's rental or mortgage agreement will be required as documentation to support the claimed amount for these expenses. In addition, the Per Diem, Travel and Transportation Comnittee will prepare a utility expense table based on the utility costs reported from the last VHA survey with a housing consumer price index adjustment to Fiscal 1986. The total expenses, rent or mortgage and utility expenses, will then be compared to the total allowance. Here is an example: A Navy chief petty officer (with dependents). Monthly Allowances BAQ -$383.70 VHA -$ 55.57 Total -$439.27 Monthly Expenses Rent -$350.00 Utilities -$ 60.00 (Fran table) Total -$410.00 Since the allowances are greater than the expenses ($439.27 -$410 = $29.27), the chief would lose half the difference not to exceed all of his VHA. Half the difference is ($29.27 x 50 percent = $14.63) which is less than the full VHA rate. The chief's new VHA rate will be $40.94 ($55.57 -$14.63 = $40.94). There are many variations to the new VHA program. The folks at PSD stress that it is important for you to be aware of the details that affect you. Any questions can be directed to the Personnel Support Detachment, 4415. Home Phone Fil-Am Ball next Saturday The 1986 Fil-Am Club Induction Ball will be held Saturday, March 8, 7 p.m. -1 a.m., at the club grounds. The public is invited. Tickets prices are $5 for members, and $10 for non-menbers. Dress is semi-formal. The menu is: Steamship Round Lumpia Pancit Fried Rice Dinner Rolls Salad Assorted Desserts Bring your own bottle. For tickets call Doris Bartolome, 4653 DWH, or 3507 AWH, or call Inocencio Dualan, 2601 DWH, or 2908 AWH. Marine Corps Exchange -Are your floors bare? Do you need carpets? The MCX has carpets in assorted colors and sizes, so shop early for the best selections. 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 27, 1986

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Washington (NES) -In the war against drug smuggling, the Navy is committed to dig everything possible to illicit drugs from e ing the United States. According to Capt. William Marsh, head, Fleet Operations and Readiness Branch in the office of CNO, that commitment is not new. "We've been heavily involved in drug interdiction for a while, but people didn't know how much involved," Marsh said. "We enthusiastically support our civilian law enforcement agency operations, but we also must conform to the limitations imposed upon us by law." By law, the Navy cannot Job Market. Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508. #131-85 Food Service Mrker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or tW3-l/$2.30 #154-85 Sales Clerk F/I PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86 Sales Clerk P/P PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to L8S-3/$3.42 #2-86 Food Service Warker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #16-86 Janitor F/T NA-1/$3.66 or LIG-1/$2.30 #18-86 Custaner Services Clerk F/T PS-3/$4.27 leading to PS-4/$4.54 LGS-3/$3.42 leading to 10S-4/$4.08 #19-86 Bakery Worker F/T LiG-5/3.60 #20-86 Food Service Worker P/T -2/$4.03 or LiG-2/$2.63 #21-86 Personalized Services Clerk P/T PS-3/$4.27 or .GS-3/$3.42 Open Stop Light Inn Open Betail Store Open Petail Store Opan Pizza Pub Open Navy Lodge Open Retail Store Open Blue Caribe Open Deli Open Personalized Services Civilian Personnel Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business March 4. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 72-86 Library Aid, GS-1411-02 Part time, Man. through Wednesday, 4 to 9 p.m., Friday, 1 to 6 p.m. and alternate Saturday. NAF-68-86 Mtor Vessel Captain NA/EWG-5724-11 Part time NAF-69-86 Deckhard, NA/LW-35O7-05 Multiple vacanies Intermittent-scheduled NAF-70-86 Deckhand, NA/EWi-3507-06 Multiple vacancies Intermittent-schedule NAF-71-86 Automotive Warker Helper NA/LWG-5823-05 Intermitten Scheduled NAF-25-86-C Laborer, EW.-3502-02 a applications must be submitted to Civilian Personnel Office by business on March 6. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 75-86 Sign Painter, rW-4104-09 Perm. NAF-73-86 Recreation Assistant (Youth Activities) PS-189-06/LGS-18905 LOCATION Library Recreation Service Marina Recreation Service Marina Recreation Service Marina creation Service Hobby Shop Recreation Service Leeward the Naval Base the close of LOCATION PD Recreation Service (NBCPO con't) NAF-74-86 Adninistrative Services Clerk (Typing), AS-301-04 NAF-76-86 Custodial Mrker (Maid) NA/LJ-3566-02, full time cano Club NAS BEQ Open Register The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. Position and Grade *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Permanent/Tamporary/FT/PP *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, (Permanent/Teporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LS-318-04 (Permanent and Taporary) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Lading to GS-05, or GSAS-318-05 (Permanent and Tenporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/.GS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing) GS/.O S-203-05 *Accounting 'ITbchnician, GS/LGS525-04 (Permanent and Temporary) *Accounting 'Iicnician, GS/LGS-525-. 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-52505 (Permanent and Trmporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/fOS-03, or GS/LUS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, GS/tMS-303-04 Data Transcriber, KeypuncCRT Entry GS/fSS-356-02 leading to (S/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Taporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed one year) Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 (Part Time) (Tep. Not to, exceed the erd of the school year, but incurbents may be noncoumpetitively extended.) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or N Sales Store Checker, TOS-209102 (INT, FT/PT) Recreation Aid, {S/.S:-0189-03 N (TNT, FT/PT) Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or N Recreation Aid, LS-0189-02 (INT, FI/PT) Custodial Marker, NA/U.3-3566-01 and NA/VWG-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) Food Service Warker, NA/G-7408I 02 (INT, FT/PT) Waiter/Mbitress, NA/LWG-7420-02 (INT, FT/PP) Bartender, N/LWG-7405-03 (INT, FT/PT) Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 (TNT, FT/PT) Chidlcare Giver/creation Aid, N PS/fXS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) I PS/tSS-0l89-03 (INT, FT/PT Club Operations Assistant, PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, T.CS-0189-04 (INT, FT/PT) Ann. No. 01-86 02-86 03-86 04-86 05-86 06-86 07-86 Location All Camads All Canmands All Carmands All Emmands NB'PO All Ccmands All Cumarnds 08-86 Crmissary 09-86 IWD 10-86 Supply 11-86 IPD 12-86 WS Schools NAF-13-86 Clubs NF-14-86 Recreation Services NAF-15-86 Becreation Services NAF-16-86 All Camands NAF-17-86 Clubs NAF-18-86 Clubs NAF-19-86 Clubs NAF-20-86 Clubs NAF-2146 Becreation Services AF-22-86 Becreation Services NAF-23-86 Clubs *Applications are requested to sulmit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. search, seize or arrest drug smugglers. Therefore, the Navy's role in drug interdiction is a support role. Federal law enforcement agencies, including the Coast Guard, Customs, Drug Enforcement Agency, rely on the Navy to provide intelligence on ship or aircraft sightings. This intelligence is coordinated through the National Narcotics Border Interdiction System. "NNBIS really serves to get DOD support where it's appropriate," Marsh said. "We try to honor requests from the law enforcement agencies as long as we do not impact on our readiness. Unless we can directly relate the support we are providing to a military mission or a training mission, we are required to seek reimbursement from that agency. "For example, if we send a ship out in support of drug interdiction and get no other training out of it, we have to ask for the cost to operate that ship for that period of time. If we send an airplane out to do a surface surveillance mission, the flight crews are getting same training benefits that are mission associated," Marsh said. In some cases, the Navy will carry Coast Guard Tactical Law Enforcement Teams aboard its ships. These teams, usually consisting of an officer and a small enlisted complement, are empowered to board vessels suspected of smuggling drugs. They also conduct searches and make arrests. At first glance, it would seem that the Navy is playing a secondary role. But according to March, "We must avoid direct involvement (in searching, seizing and arresting) because that's not our mission. If we send a Navy ship to the Caribbean and make a drug seizure, we've tied up people of that ship with court time, paperwork and any number of other things that would keep them from their military and professional jobs." The Saler AUTOS '65 Chevy pick-up truck, 327 cu.in., needs minor work, asking $350 neg. Call 2540 AWN. '66 Pontiac Bunneville, in good running condition, no reasonable offer will be refused. Call 2330/2570 DWH or 4022 AWH and ask for Powell. '69 F100 pickup, brown, 6 cyclinder engine, rebuilt two years ago, has new tires, good condition, excellent transportation, $1500 or best offer. Call Rita at 6470 AWH or 6493 DWH. '73 Matador wagon, good running car, new starter, $900 neg. Call Bill at 3522 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 EWH or 7249 AWH. BICYCLE Huffy 12-speed bike, new, 27" Polaris red, $90. Call Jones at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH. AUTO ACCESSORIES Camper shell for Dodge Ram 50, fiberglass, $400. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m. APPLIANCES Side-by-side 3-door refrigerator, freezer, excellent condition, $300. Can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Set of weights and bar bench, $40; metal cabinet with lock and key, approx. 3x3 with three shelves, $20. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m. BOAT One 10x23 pontoon boat, laminated wood and fiberglass pontoons, 55hp Evinrude, head, radio, running lights, boarding ladder and much more. Boat number #390, Slip 7 Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH. FURNITURE Large, white, outdoor wrought-iron table and four chairs with cushions, $40; small, yellow wrought-iron table and two chairs, like new, $65; Lazy-Boy recliner, Italian style, wood trim, beige, floral upholstery, $75; Mediterranean style arm chair, wood, blue upholstery, $50. Call 3284. Men's five draw bureau, dark wood, good condition, $100; light beige sofa, good condition, $250. Both items can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS Fedders 10,000 BTU, (125v), fits in a 17 1/2"x27 1/2" hole or larger, asking $75. Call 2540 AT. SERVICES Will do housecleaning for inspection. We guarantee passing grade. Reasonable rates. Call Bill or Rosa at 3522 AWH. Will clean house for final inspection. Call K. Anderson at 3220. WANTED I would like three small banana trees. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m. Talent search. Is there anyone who knows the authentic Hawaiian Hula? If so, please call Lynn McGinty at the Marine Corps Exchange at 2330 or 2570. 3 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 27, 1986 The Navy's role in drug interdiction

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Celts whip Spurs 120-100 (AP) -The Boston Celtics whipped the San Antonio Spurs 120-100 last night as Robert Parish matched his season high with 27 points. The Celts have now won 15 straight on the parquet floor in Boston Garden and they are 24-1 at home this season. In Dallas, the Los Angeles Lakers got back on the winning track with a 119-115 win over the Mavericks. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar clicked for 25 points for the Lakers, while "Magic" Johnson and Byron Scott each added 21. For Dallas, the loss was number-five in a row. The Detriot Pistons pulled back to within six and one-half games of first-place Milwaukee in the Central Division with a 111-104 win over the Los Angeles Clippers. Kelly Tripuck's 30 points led the Pistons, who are tied with Milwaukee for the hottest streak in the league at nine straight wins. The Atlanta Hawks are also proving tough on their home floor this season. Dominique Wilkins canned a game-high 28 points, sending the Hawks to a 129-109 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Hawks, who have won four in a row, are now 19-2. In Phoenix, the Suns edged the stumbling Portland Trail Blazers 113-112 on a Walter Davis jumper with eight seconds to play. Davis scored 30 points as the Suns snapped a four-game losing streak. Upset in tennis tournament (AP) -There was an upset at the $150,000 Virginia Slims of California Tennis Tournament last night. Kathy Jordan surprised third-seeded Hana Mandlikova 7-6, 6-2, in the process advancing to the quarterfinals. Top-seeded Martina Navratilova also advanced, with a 6-2, 6-1 decision over Rosalyn Fairbank of South Africa. At the $405,000 Men's Professional Tennis Tournament in La Quinta, California, the top three seeds all recorded wins yesterday. Top-seeded Mats Wilander bettered Andre Agassi 6-1, 6-1. Second-seeded Jimmy Connors rallied for a 1-6, 6-4, 6-4, win over Marko Ostoja of Yugoslavia and third-seeded Boris Becker of West Germany took a 6-3,6-3 win over Mike Leach. The players withstood scalding temperatures, which rose as high as 115 degrees courtside. Blue Devils prove to be number-one (AP) -A record setting performance by senior guard Johnny Dawkins helped the Duke Blue Devils show their number-one ranking is well deserved, in a 77-69 win over Clemson. Dawkins pumped in 27 points, in the process setting and NCAA record for career games in double figures. Dawkins has scored ten or more points in 119 games, breaking the old mark of 118 set by Danny Ainge while at Brigham Young. The Blue Devils are now 28-2. After slipping to thi d in the poll this week, a rsult of two straight losses the North Carolina Tar Heels: were fired up for their home finale. With Jeff Lebo scoring all 17 of his points in the second half, the Heels whipped Virginia 85-79. At Madison Square Garden, eighth-ranked St. John's bounced number-six Syracuse 86-79, knotting those teams for the lead in the Big East Conference standings. Walter Berry scored 27 points for the Redmen, while Willie Glass added 19. Dwayne "Pearl" Washington canned 35 points in a losing cause for Syracuse. Tenth-rated Michigan overpowered Wisconsin 97-74. Roy Tarpley's 24 points led the Wolverines to the win, a victory which put Michigan a half game ahead of idle Glimpse Lite Beer Championship (UPI) -Hall of Fame bowler Jim Stefanich leads the field after two rounds of the Lite Beer championship in Milwaukee, Wis. Stefanich averaged nearly 220 for the first 12 games giving him a 73-pin lead over Jeff Bellinger of Columbia, S.C. Guppy Troup is in third place followed by Bill Straub and Mark Roth. Boston Marathon (UPI) -The John Hancock Insurance Company is pumping $10 million into the Boston Marathon over the next 10 years, and the money is attracting a number of big-name runners. Four-time Boston Marathon winner Bill Rodgers says he will run in this year's April 21 race. He joins a star-studded field which includes Australian Rob De Castella, Britain's Steve Jones and Greg Meyer. Rematch Scheduled (UPI) -In boxing, undisputed Middleweight champion Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns will have a rematch June 22, if both fighters win their next bouts. That is according to ananuel Steward, who manages Hearns. Both Hagler and Hearns are on a March 10 boxing card at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Hagler knocked out Hearns in the third round of their title fight last April. Indiana atop the Big Ten Conference standings. Thirteenth-ranked Louisville barely escaped with a 65-63 road win over South Carolina. Milt Wagner gave the Cardinals the victory, by sinking a pair of free throws with two seconds to play. Number-15 Georgetown snapped a three-game Big East losing streak by belting Boston College 90-76. Reg Williams scored 22 for Hoyas. Off the floor, seven-foot junior center William Bedford says he will return to Memphis State for his senior season. Bedford told The Comnercial Appeal of Memphis, he needs more experience before turning pro. Defending champs rout Jets 8-2 (AP) -The Edmonton Oilers were in top form last night, as the two-time defending Stanley Cup champs routed the Winnepeg Jets 8-2. Mark Messier scored the hat tr for the Oilers, while Wa Gretzy added two goals and four assists. The Adams Division-leading Montreal Canadians got a pair of goals from Mike MPhee, in a 4-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks. Vancouver 's now lost four straight games. The New Jersey Devils surprised the New York Islanders 7-2. Mel Bridgmnan found the net for a pair of New Jersey goals. The Sportsman By Charles Morey If pitching is 90 percent of baseball, the Cards will buck the odds this season. Connie Mack always insisted that it was. He won a number of pennants, and had some great pitchers setting the pace. The Cards are quick and slick on the bases and in the field, but there is a large question mark hanging over the mound. They will begin the season with a pat lineup, virtually the same one that won the National League Pennant last year and lost the World Series to Kansas City after going ahead 3-1 in games. About that question mark, Joaquin Andujar is gone. The excitable righthander from the Dominican Republic was traded during the winter. The Cards will have to fill in the 21-game hole left by Andujar. Right now, manager Whitney Herzog has only two pitchers he feels certain of as starters. They are John Tudor, who won 21 and lost 12 in 1985, and Danny Cox, who was 18-9. A lot of baseball men are wondering. Can Tudor possibly have another year like last, when he won 19 of 20 games in the heart of the season? Is Cox really an 18-game winner? The Cards would love to trade for a reliable starter, but they would have to deal away a regular at some position and Herzog does not like that. The candidates for the other two starting jobs in a four-man rotation are Kurt Kepshire, Bob Forsch and possibly Rick-Horton coming out of the bullpen. Another is rookie Tim Conroy, who was 11-3 last year at Tacoma. St. Louis is solid in the bullpen, where Todd Worrell of the blurring fast ball is expected to be the leader. Ken Dailey and Jeff Lahti also are available. The only real worry, how real nobody knows, around the diamond and in the outfield is, of all people, Ozzie Smith. The miracle man at shortstop finished up the 1985 season with an arm problem, the result of a head-first slide into third base against the Mets in New York in September. The fear is that it is one of those dreaded rotator cuff injuries. If Smith's ailment does not go away, the Cards may have to go with Jose Oquendo at short. Jose is a classic good-field, no-hit type. Jack Clark is healthy again at first, Tommy Herr is productive at second, and Terry Pendleton is eligible to improve at third. The flying circus in the outfields has Vince Colenan in left, Willie McGee in center and Andy Van Slyke in right. Among them, they probably will steal everything but the St. Louis arch. The Cards like the new addition behind the plate, Mike Heath, who came in the Andujar trade with Oakland. Mike is a craftsman with the mask and mitt, and loves to shoot down baserunners with larceny on their minds. The race will take less than two minutes, but the show will last all day when Gulfstream Park stages the $500,000 Florida Derby on Saturday. Starting well before the noon hour, there will be entertainment of this sort, high-wire and trapeze acts performed by students from Florida State, marching bands, water ski exhibitions, a fashion show, group singing and strolling musicians. Also a race of wild ostriches. Late in the afternoon the horses will step into the starting gate for the Florida Derby. It is a run of a mile and one furlong, and is regarded as a major prep race for the Kentucky Derby. This time, it will mark the East Coast debut of the West Coast whiz, "Snow Chief." Nothing has been able to get close to him the last months in California. He is coming off a long plane trip and he will have to race on a different type of track than he has been running on. The California tracks favor speed. At Gulfstream this winter, the late-runners have been getting the money. The main opposition for Snow Chief, providing trainer Leroy Jolley decides to start him, is expected to come from "Mogambo." He is a New York-based colt, and won a seven-furlong race recently at Gulfstream with a strong late surge. Other contenders are the winners of the Split-Fountain of Youth Stakes last week. They are the quick "Ensign Rhythm" and the hard-charging "My Prince Charming." Yankee pitchers old as stadium (UPI) -The New York Yankees would obviously score a major public relations coup if they were to acquire former Mets pitcher Tom Seaver from the Chicago White Sox. But there is a good reason why the Yankees may not go after "Tom Terrific." As pointed out in a report in the Chicago Sun-Times, the Yankees already have the oldest pitching staff in baseball, maybe in history. Phil Niekro is almost 47, brother Phil is 41 and Ron Guidry is pusing 36. The addition of the 41-year-old Seaver would make the average New York pitcher almost as old as Yankee Stadium. Oh yes, the Yankees recently signed Tommy John, who could be used in relief. But he will not be 43 until May. e Area athletics Caribbean.Saddle Club -You too, can join in the fun 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, 3977 AWH, or come to the next meeting Sunday, March 2, 6 p.m., 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, 9 a.m., full handicap. All ladies are invited. Sign up at the Golf Course, or contact Mari Parker, 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5. Jack and Jill Golf Tournament -There will be a Jack and Jill Golf Tournament, March 2, 8:30 a.m. The cost is $5 for members, and $7 for non-meabers.You can sign up at the Golf Course. Golf -The Yatera Seca Golf Association held a Blind Draw Best Ball Handicap Tournament on Sunday, February 23. The team of Dan Ingle and Jim Fitzgerald took first place honors, with a net 61 over the wind swept course. Several teams placed second with a net 64. 4 Daily Gazette Thursday, February 27, 1986


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