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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



Vol. 42 -- No. 40 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, Feb. 28, 1986


Aquino welcomes home political exiles

W ) - Philippine President warrants will be dropped In Hawaii, former
azon Aquino welcomed against prominent exiles. Philippine President Marcc political exiles home today Among the first to return plans to hold a news con

and said she will free more home from exile in the United ference today. There is r prisoners, including the States was a former foreign indication of what Marco founding chairman of the secretary. will discuss.


Meanwhile, Aquino's defense minister warned that the Philippine military could not be responsible for the consequences of releasing Marxists.


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Marcos is reported resting and contemplating whether to settle in Hawaii or seek asylun elsewhere in the U.S.



The "Amen Corner," by James Baldwin, is being presented tonight, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson High School, with free admission. The play by Baldwin, a black American author, who has been praised for his abilities to make his readers feel intensely to damage racial prejudice, can inflect on both white and blacks.
The "Amen Corner," one of Baldwin"s most popular plays, has been performed around the world. The condensed version,
being performed as received, has received standi'ng ovations and excellent reviews. Pictured left to right are Sophia Walker (left), Kenneth Corum (male),
Katrina Corum (white handbag), and Clarice Walker (sitting). (Photo by PHI Glenn Davis)


Tylenol linked to another cyanide death

(UPI) -- The Food and Drug potassium cyanide that killed evidence that this is not an Administration says it has a New York woman earlier this isolated incident." discovered cyanide in a month. Nashville police say they Tylenol capsule found near FDA Commissioner Frank still are not certain whether the body of a Nashville, Young also says the cyanide the death of Timothy Green Tennessee, man who died from in the Nashville capsule is was suicide, murder, a random the poison. different from any used in killing, or an accident.
The FDA says the cyanide the laboratories of Johnson Green's body was found found in Nashville is sodium and Johnson, the manufacturer Sunday, and a medical cyanide. That is a different of Tylenol. He says the FDA examiner says he died of a kind of poison than the has, in Young's words, "No massive dose of cyanide.


Ca ti' H tie Baby food scare captain's Hotline more widespread


Inquiry: Would it be possible to have the housing bus stop at the Marine
Exchange rather than a person having to go all the way into town and then change busses to get back to the housing areas?

Response: Good idea. The Housing Bus will stop at Marine Site.

Inquiry: Caller was inquirying as to the possibility of shrubbery
being planted along the S erfront from McCalla
.ater and Ordanance Triangle. Caller would also likb to see lights installed for better visibility at night.

Response: Good idea, but this area is too salty to support trees or shrubs. I am
happy to tell you that we will be putting streetlights in this area within the next few months.

Inquiry: A suggestion has been made that a right turn
lane to be made at the Stoplight Inn and Sherman Avenue, so that people who
want to burn right on a red light can.


Response: Good idea. Lane lines will be painted to ease the problem.

Inquiry: With the policy on clean water and clean base, why is the sewage that is
being discharged into the bay, not being treated?

Response: All sewage goes through septic tanks for primary treatment before being discharged into the bay. Studies have been performed that indicate the bay has adequate flushing action to prevent a health or aesthetics problem. Several outfalls have been extended and other extensions are scheduled.

Inquiry: Why are the flashing lights not operating in the school zone during working hours?

Response: Unfortunately, the flashing lights in the school zones are broken.
Material has been ordered to repair them. The necessary repairs will be made when the materials are received.

Captain's Hotline
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(UPI) -- The nationwide
Gerber Baby Foods scare continues to grow, but some federal officials are wondering if there are grounds for it.
Consumers in at least 18 states have reported finding glass particles in Gerber
Baby Foods, including new reports that surfaced
yesterday in Kentucky and Oklahoma.
Food and Drug
Adinistration officials say extensive testing has found no health hazard in the food.
FDA officials said the glass shards probably are the result of mishandling in the shipment or storage of the jars. Some of the glass found is not the same type Gerber uses in it jars.
Says one FDA official in Wisconsin, "It is too early to tell, and frankly I think
this is more of a scare than anything. We do not think the problem is as widespread as it appears to be."
- An Ohio couple, who claims their daughter was injured by eating glass from a
Gerber jar has filed a $800,000 lawsuit.


Around the globe


Roth Files $25 Million Lawsuit Against CBS (UPI) -- Rock Singer David Lee oth has filed a $25 million lawsuit against CBS. Roth claims the entertainment conglomerate backed out of plans to produce a motion picture based on his album, "Crazy Fram The Heat." Roth launched a solo career last year after working as lead singer of the rock group Van Halen.

Product Liability Legislation (UPI) -- Congress starts work again today on controversial product liability legislation that calls for federal standards on compensation to people injured by dangerous products. The bill creates a simple claim system to let injured people seek recovery of only medical costs and lost earnings in liability cases. Under the bill, anyone seeking further damages for "pain and suffering" would go to court under federal law.

Worst Flu Epidemic On Decline (UPI) - Federal health officials say the worst flu epidemic to hit the nation in five years may be on the decline. The National Centers for Disease Control reports 18 states saw widespread flu outbreaks last week, down from 19 the week before. Fifteen states reported regional outbreaks, three fewer than during the previous week. The flu epidemic last week claimed 835 lives nationwide.





Flight

schedule


Date Mon. Tue. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Fri. Fri.


Aircraft C-9B Medevac 727 Mac 727 Mac C-12 (5-7)
C-141 Cargo C-12 (7-9) 727 Mac 727 Mac


Departs 11:50 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. 8:00 a.m.
12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m.


Destination Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Puerta Plata Roosey Road La Romana
Kingston Norfolk


Arrives 1: 50 p.m. 1: 15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 1 9:00 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 10:10 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m.


1. All active duty military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded to travel in their Dress Blue uniform.
2. C-12 passenters must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry. Baggage is limited to 20-pounds per person.
3. Ticketed 727 Mac passengers must have their ticket to check-in baggage. Kingston from 8-10 a.m. and Norfolk 10-11:45 a.m. Take the 10:30 a.m. ferry for Kingston and 1:30 p.m. ferry for Norfolk.
4. Space "A" passengers with accompanied baggage, must also take the 1:30 p.m. ferry.



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Sunday
12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.


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Postgraduate Information Course Seabee Birthday On The Platter Jazz Beat Pacers Cmissioner To Talk About Drugs


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To the editor_It is akin to "casting pearls before swine"


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Hook Schedule -- At the Hook tonight, 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.

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

Country Emphire Band -- The band "Country Byphire" 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 resune 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.

GTKO 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 PWC 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 there, 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.

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.


I would like to begin by commending the Daily Gazette for the fine job it is doing as Guantanamo Bay's primary source of printed news.
But I would also like to warn the base residents who read the paper not to relay on it as their sole source of information.
Worldwide news agencies are not above printing biased, or
even purposefully misleading stories, especially stories about highly emotional and
controversial issues such as gun control.
The brief I am writting about, "Meese Supports Bill to Ease Gun Control Laws,"
(February 26, 1986, UPI) appears to harmlessly state that Attorney General Meese
supports the bill. That much was true.
The resolution in discussion, the Firearm Owners
Protection Act (S.49), would amend, "not" repeal the Gun Control Act of 1968. The


brief stated that Meese
refused to testify at House hearings, without stating why he refused.
I can tell you why. I can tell you of others who refused, including California
Senator Bill Richardson. It is akin to "casting pearls before swine."
The House committee is
chaired by rabid anti-gunner Peter Rodino (N.J.), who prejudged the act to "be DOA at (his) committee." It was the UPI that he told that to.
The article goes on to imply that "the National
Rifle Association" (singular) is the sole supporter of the act, while "police groups" (plural) do not! The facts differ from the implications. President Reagan supports S.49, the Department of
Justice and Treasury support it, but most importantly, every major sportsman's orgainization in America supports it, as does one of


Catalog lists officer self st


The Naval Postgraduate School has recently published
and distributed the "1986 1987 Catalog of Self Study
Courses." This updated catalog provides course descriptions of the nearly 100 correspondence courses
available through the Office of Continuing Education of NPS, together with full details of the self-study
program.
These self-study courses are available to active duty officers of all military
services and are designed to be completed at the individual's own pace while serving at his or her present duty station. Thousands of officers have made use of this unique opportunity for self-improvement and academic development.
Successful completion of selected courses can improve


an officer's Academic Profile Code, thereby enhancing his or her opportunity for
selection to a servicesponsored graduate education program.
Except for the cost of commercial textbooks, no fees are charged for the courses, and no obligated service commitment is incurred.
It is possible to transfer academic credit for the completed self-study courses to civilian universities. Those intending to transfer credit should check with the receiving institution, to ensure acceptability before taking courses through the NPS self-study program.
The new Self-Study Catalog is available at Navy Campus and Educational Services offices throughout the Navy and Marine Corps. A copy may also be obtained by con-


the largest "police organizations," the National Sheriff's Association! Right now, S.49 is caught
up in Rodino's "kangaroo committee." I urge all of you
to write your elected representatives, to have them sign the discharge petition now circulating, which will force the act out of Rod s committee, and allow
elected representatives o vote on it, not just New Jersey's!
S.49 will refocus the
G.C.A. of 1968 to have an impact on the violent criminal who will always find a gun, and not on the honest citizen, who has a right to
protect him or herself!
Get involved; try to weed through some of this onesided slop they try to feed the world.
Above all, vote!

Mark Hays



udy cour s
tacting the Office~f
Continuing Education (Code 011), Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Ca., 93943-5100. The autovon number is 878-2558, or comnercial, (408) 646-2558.


Wild animal

control
The Security Department will be conducting wild animal control between the hours of I and 3 a.m. on the following dates and locations next week: Monday: East, West, and Center Bargo; Tuesday: Nob
Hill and Villamar Housing, areas; Wednesday: Windmill Beach; Thursday: Caravella Housing and U.S. Naval Hospital areas; and Friday: Admin Hill area.


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.

Marine Corps Exchange -- After you put in your new
carpets, then you need new furniture! The MCX has a wide selection of sofas, loveseats, chairs, tables,
chair sets and even wicker! For your private viewing, ask for assistance at Customer Service department in
the main store.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Are your linen closets bare? Do you need towels and blankets? The MCX has a
nice selection for all your needs.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Do you have a nice bar
and no stools? The MCX has bar stools! Ask for
assistance, at the Customer Service department in the
main store. * * * *




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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN.............. Comrander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Oi dr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
JOl Stacey Byington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil uilleeau, USN...................... Managing Efitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN........................ Assistant Fditor
Mrs. Diane Anmerman ..................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff...................Production Assistant
Nathan Durbin ............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremain..... .......................Reservist Support
PH2 Stephan Atkinson........................Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station ,newspapers, under the direction of the plic affairs officer. The Daily Gaztt is orinted five times a wek at government expense on government equi n t, at the Navy PRblications and Printing Sarvice Branch Office. The opinions and statinents that appear hrein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Ccmxnaer, U.S. Naval Base.


-The balance has changed...

There was a time when the sun, wind and blue water took care of Guantanamo Bay...


Now it is up to you!


Our base is cleaner because


WE CARE


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YARD SALES
Girl Scout Hut East
Bargo Saturday from 8 a.m.
until noon. Donations can be dropped off at the Library or
call 2890 or 2907. Leeward drop site is at the Community
Center.
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Corinaso Point 18
Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m.
Assorted items, paper, clothes, jewelry, and much
more.
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1&erra K Saturday from 9 Wi until noon. Baby items, 'niture, marble polish, moterbike, and much more.

Nob Hill 32B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Small children's clothes, high chair, curtains, vacuum cleaner, and miscellaneous
items.

Villamar 603C (Backyard)
Saturday from 8 until 11:30 a.m. Dog house, barbeque grill, patio table, 8-track tape player. A little bit of everything. No early sales.
AUTOS
'69 Cougar, $700 neg; Inspection good until September. For more information, call James at 6029 anytime after 7 p.m.

'72 Chevy Impala, 400 V-8
engine, definite GTMO special, but very dependable. Good tires, $300 or best
offer. Inspection good until October. Available March 11. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH.

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


66 Pontiac Bunneville, in good running condition, no reasonable offer will be refused. Call 2330/2570 DWH or 4022 AWH and ask for
Powell.
BOAT
One i0x23 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.

TWO WHEELERS
'81 Honda 70cc, red and white, good condition. Can be 9 en at GHT. Asking $400 or
t offer. Call EN3 Hizon at
EQ Room C204.

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

PET
A beautiful, house trained,
fixed, very obedient three-year-old dog, Terrier/Dalmation mix with current shots. Free to a loving home with older children. Comes complete with dog carrier for when you leave. For more information,
call Mark at 3407 AT or 4600 DWH.


AUTO PARTS
'64 Plymouth Valiant for
parts, $200. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONER
Two Whirlpool a/c's. Both 1 1/2 years old and in good
condition. One 10,000 BTU and one 12,000 BTU, $400 for both. Call 6099 DWH or 4451
AWH.

Fedders 10,000 BTU, (125v), fits in a 17 1/2"x27 1/2" hole or larger, asking $75. Call 2540 AT.
FURNITURE
One black vinyl recliner, like new, $125. Call 3929
AWH.

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.

SERVICES
I will prepare egg rolls. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m.

Moving soon? It can be a stressful time. Let us help take some of the stress out of this move. We clean houses for final inspection. Give us a call for details. Call Joyce at 3620 or Shirley at 2603.

Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car.
WANTED
I would like an every
Wednesday babysitter from noon to 4 p.m. for my six-month-old baby and
two-year-old son. Please call 3407 AT.

Seeking a reliable junior or senior high school student to babysit my five-year-old daughter in my Villamar home on weekends. Interested? Call Teri at 4502 DWH after 1 p.m.

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.

EXERCISE
Home gym converts from rowing machine to multi-gym by tilting entire unit 90 degrees. Like new, used five times, $125. Call 2981 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. only.


Navy Seabees celebrate 44th birthday


By Lallie Dawson

Washington (NES) -- "Can Do, Will Do." And they are still doing it, the Navy Seabees, that is.
In March 1986 the "sailors in green" will celebrate their 44th birthday. Versatile since the day of their founding, the Seabees
have endured the hardships of


Ginger Cookies
3/4 cup butter 1/2 tsp. ginger
1 cup sugar 1 tsp. ground cloves
4 tbl. molasses 2 tsp. cinnamon
1 egg 2 tsp. baking soda
2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. salt
* Cream butter and sugar. Beat in molasses and egg. Mix in dry ingredients.
* Chill dough for several hours to make it easier to handle.
* With hands, roll dough into small balls. Roll balls in small bowl of granulated sugar and place on greased baking sheet. Flatten each ball with bottom of glass.
* Bake in preheated 325-degree oven for 12-15 minutes. Makes 4-6 dozen.

Burnt Creme
Donated by Linda Copeland
1 pint whipping cream 1 tbl. vanilla
4 egg yolks Granulated sugar for topping 1/2 cup granulated sugar
* Preheat over to 350. Heat cream over low heat until bubbles form around edge of pan. Beat egg yolks and sugar together until thick about 3 minutes. Graduallly beat cream into egg yolks. Stir in vanilla and pour into 6 (6-oz.) custard cups. Place custard cups in baking pan that has about 1/2 inch water in the bottom.
* Bake until set, about 45 minutes. Remove custard cups from water and refridgerate until chilled.
* Sprinkle each custard with about 2 tsp. granulated sugar. Place on top rack under broiler and cook until topping is medium brown. Chill before serving. Makes 6 servings.

Cinnamon Rolls
Donated by Linda Copeland
1 pkg. yellow regular 3 pkgs. dry yeast cake mix (not with pudding) 2 1/2 cups warm water
5 1/2 cups flour
* Mix flour and cake mix together. Combine water and yeast and combine with flour. Place batter in a large greased
bowl, turning once so both-sides are greased. Cover and let rise once. Roll out on floured board, jelly-roll style. Melt stick of butter or margarine and spread over dough. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar (mixed). Roll' and cut; place in greased pan. Let rise until double. Bake at 350.


Daily Gazette Friday, February 28, 1986


war and the upheavals of
peacttime, adapting their skills to whatever arises.
"In 1986, as in every year,
the Seabees will deploy throughout the globe, supporting our Navy in
peacetime and improving readiness by sharpening our
military and construction skills," said Rear Adm. John Paul Jones Jr., commander of








compensated by a keener sense of taste and smell. I can smell food cooking clear
across the island and as far as I am concerned, I have never met a food that did not
taste good.
Today's Ginger Cookies were published in the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot and Ledqer Star; they are deliciously spicy and smell heavenly when being baked.
Picture a lazy weekend morning, with the aroma of homemade cinnamon rolls mixing with the cool of the air conditioning as you lounge around on the couch.
Linda Copeland promises that these are not only yummy, but make enough to feed the family and all the
neighborhood kids.
The Burnt Creme is a recipe Linda got from Horatio's
Restaurant in Hawaii. It is rich,' creamy and sinfully
good.
*Correction* Marge Rook asks that you change the
baking time and temperature for the Hot Potato Salad
(published last week) to 350 degrees for 45 minutes. My mistake, I misread her instructions; I. am sorry.
I have been promised the recipe for authentic Cuban bread and hope to have it next week along with a special recipe for Jamaican marinated chicken,
fire-station style. Bon Appetit.


,On a plattb


By Sue HiltonSome people look forward to receiving their inheritance upon reaching their 21st birthday. Mine turned up early in life, actually about the time that I needed it least.
Remember the early teen years you spent in a state of embarrassment? Remember when everyone else was prettier and smarter, had smoother complexions, more friends, and had more to wear than you
did? Being older than GTMO coral, I remember the days before contact lenses. Yes, you guessed it, I inherited my mother's vision. Having somehow survived my
adolescence and having attained the status of being "mature" (sounds better than 'old', don't you think?), I now find there are advantages to being half blind.
For instance, if I take off my glasses, the kitchen floor quickly becomes smooth and clean, the countertop is no longer littered with little toast crumbs, and the laundry looks like a soft fuzzy cloud. It also has its
confusing moments like the other morning when John wanted to know why I was talking to a dust ball in the corner of the bedroom. Dust ball? I thought it was Grey Fluff, my cat. Nature does have a marvellous way of
balancing one's handicaps though.
I like to think that my
lack of vision has been


the Naval Facilities Engineering CoTmand and chief of civil engineers.
The Seabees were founded in 194-2 by Adm. Ben Moreell, then Navy chief of civil
engineers, in response to an urgent need for qualified and experienced engineers and construction workers who were combat-trained. The pioneering Seabees built roads, runways and landing structures for advanced bases in the Pacific. While the United States and Japan played a deadly game of
cat-and-mouse throughout the Pacific Islands, the Seabees assisted the Marines in cutting through jungle growth to prepare for the arrival of their shipmates by sea and by air.
Currently, there are 12,000 active duty Seabees, military and construction men and women, located around the world. They have seven occupational ratings: equipment operator, construction mechanic, engineering aid, builder, steelworker, utilitiesman and construction electrician.
"Today's Seabees are smaller in number, yet just as dynamic as our
predecessors," said EQCM M. John Hughs, naval
construction force master chief. "The world is still our turf. Seabees are serving on all seven continents, in 55 countries."
Seabees participated in WATC 85, West African Training Cruise, a six-week deployment to Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Togo, Zaire,
Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon. While there, they built an open-air market and two schools, made repairs to a school, and made electrical and mechanical repairs to a children's ward of a hospital.
The reserve, or citizen, Seabees have proven over the years they are ready to respond wherever and whenever
duty calls. During recent years they have supported the Navy at numerous locations, including back-to-back
deployments to Guantanamo Bay, to assist an active duty
Seabee detachment in improving this vital outpost.
Seabees are worthy custodians of the reputation
built by their predecessors. They stand ready to fulfill their official motto: Construimus Batuims, We Build, We Fight.
With characteristic ingenuity and enthusiasm, the Seabees of the '80s are creating an impressive peacetime record, deployed around the world, helping those who need help, and
doing what has to be done with their traditional flair.











Ueberroth to discuss drug results


Jazz knocks off Pacers


(AP) - The Utah Jazz made it four straight wins by knocking off the Indiana
Pacers 109-92 last night. Adrian Dantley pumped in 36 points to lead the Jazz.
Also in the NBA, Denver's six-game victory string had ended. The Nuggets fell to Houston 117-111, with Ralph Sampson scoring 31 points to lead the Rockets. Alex EAglish totaled 35 points for
the Nuggets.
The Washington Bullets got 33 points from Jeff Malone in a 114-102 win over Golden State. Joe Barry Carroll


paced the Warriors with 34.
Slumping Portland continues to slump. The Trail Blazers dropped their twelfth
straight game, this time to the Seattle Supersonics, who posted a 107-94 victory. Jack Sikma led the way for the Sonic with 13 rebounds and 20 points.

In football news, Charlie Joiner has signed to catch footballs for another year
for the San Diego Chargers. The veteran wide receiver had 58 receptions last season.


Glimpse


Hockey (UPI) -- Checking the NHL last night, the Calgary Flames swept past the Philadelphia Flyers 7-4. Eleven players scored goals in the game. Bob Capenter' s goal in the third period carried the Washington Capitals to a 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins. The Los Angeles Kings outshot the Chicago Blackhawks 28-22, but lost the game 6-3.

U.S.A. Track And Field Championships (UPI) -- Record
* pole vaulters Billy Olson and Serguei Bubka will square off for the last time this season when they meet at the U.S.A. Indoor Track and Field Championships tonight in New York. Between them, Olson and Bubka have broken the indoor record seven times in two months. The Soviet star is the current record holder after last Friday' s vault of 19-feet, five and three-quarters inches in Los Angeles.

Harsher Penalties Against Drug Offenders (UPI) The NFL Players Association is willing to accept harsher penalties against players who use drugs, including a one-year suspension for third-time offenders. Gene Upshaw, the executive director of the association, says the union remains strongly opposed to mandatory random drug testing, a plan advocated by league commissioner Pete Rozelle.

Supreme Court Rejects Appeal (UPI) -- The California Supreme Court rejected the final appeal by the city of Oakland to return the Los Angeles Raiders NFL team to the Bay area. The Raiders moved to Los Angeles in 1982, and yesterday's court decision likely ends the controversial and lengthy case.

* Goodwrench 500 (UPI) -- Terry LaBonte won the pole position for Sunday's Goodwrench 500 at the North Carolina Motor Speedway. The Veteran Nascar driver guided his Oldsmobile to a speed of 146.348 miles and hour to edge Tim Richmond's Chevrolet. Richmnond's speed was 145.766 per hour, meaning both drivers set qualifying records.

Hockey Hall-O9-Famer Dead -- Hockey Hall-of-Fame goalie Jacques Plante is dead at the age of 57 in Switzerland. Plante had inoperable stomach cancer. Plante helped the Montreal Canadians win five straight Stanley Cup Titles, and was an All-Star goalie seven times.

PGA Tour Begins Florida Swing (UPI) - The PGA Tour began its Florida swing yesterday with the $500,000 Honda Classic in Coral Springs. The surprise leader heading into the second round is unheralded Kenny Knox, who opened with a six-under-par 66. Bill Glasson and Chi Chi Rodriguez are two strokes off the pace, while Andy Bean and Payne Stewart head
a group of players at 69.


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Area athletics.


Youth Bowling Sign-Ups -- There is going to be Youth Bowling sign-ups tomorrow, March 1, 11 a.m. - 1 pm., at the Marblehead Bowling Lanes. For more information, call Bill Ferren, 2160.

Intercoamand Basketball Championships -- The Intercommand Basketball Championships will be held tomorrow, Marh 1 through Tuesday, March 4. Tomorrow's game starts at 1 pin., Sunday's game is at 12:30 p.m. Monday's game starts at 6:15 p.m., as wll as Tuesday's game. This championship is a double elimination and is held in the W.T. Sampson High School gym.

Volleyball - All ladies who are interested in playing on a women's volleyball team be at the Volleyball Courts, behind Marblehead Lanes, tomorrow, 3 p.m.

Guantanamo Bay Youth Athletic Association -- The GSYAA will conduct their monthly meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., at Ordinance Triangle.. The topic of discussion will be the upcoming tee-ball and baseball season. The public is encouraged to attend.


(AP) -- Drugs in baseball, that is the scheduled topic for Commissioner Peter Ueberroth today in New York City. Ueberroth has spent much of the winter interviewing more than 20 major league players mentioned in last year's Pittsburgh drug trials. He is expected to discuss the results of sane of those interviews at a news conference this afternoon.
Yesterday, big-league
owners concluded a two-day meeting in Dallas. According to Ueberroth, baseball's hierarchy discussed a variety
of topics, including drugs. The owners were tight-lipped after the get-together.
Three Milwaukee Brewers coaches remain hospitalized after suffering burns yesterday morning in a natural gas explosion at-the team spring training clubhouse near Phoenix. Hospital officials list Coach Tony Muser in serious, but stable condition with second and third-degree burns over half his body. Coaches Herm Starrette and Larry Haney received less serious
injuries.
Five officials in Chandler, Ariz., say they believe the
ignition of built-up natural gas caused the blast. Brewers
Manager George Bamberger and General Manager Harry Dalton narrowly escaped serious injury.
The Brewers are just beginning their first spring training in Chandler after many years in Sun City,
Ariz.


The San Diego Padres expect righthander Lamarr Hoyt to return to the National League Club before the end of spring training. Yesterday, the


Padres announced Hoyt has voluntarily entered a treatment facility for e valua-tion of possible substance abuse problem.


Hoosiers down Minnesota


(AP) -- After last night's action, the Big-Ten basketball race shows a game and
one-half separating the five top schools.
Tenth-ranked Michigan and number-16 Indiana stand first after the Hoosiers downed Minnesota 95-63. The Indiana victory last evening came 24 hours after the Wolverines stopped Wisconsin.
Michigan and Indiana have three league games remaining, including the season finale a week from tomorrow in Ann
Arbor.
Also in the Big-Ten last night, seventeenth-ranked Michigan ripped Northwestern 82-48 to move within a game of the conference lead. Scott Skiles had 35 points for the Spartans, who also have three games to play.

Illinois tightened things a
bit with an 81-72 victory over number-20 Purdue. The Illini and the Boilermakers, with two games left, trail Indiana and Michigan by a game and one-half in the
standings. The Big-Ten, the West Coast Athletic
Conference and the Ivy League are the only conferences without season-ending tournaments.
Georgia Tech got hot and


North Carolina State went
cold late in Tech's 69-57 win. The fourth-ranked Yellow Jackets tallied the game's final dozen points, while the number-18 Wolfpack __scoreless over the last U minutes.
Kenny Walker's 32 points
helped fifth-ranked Kentucky get a long awaited victory over Tennessee. By winning
62-60, the Wildcats stopped the volunteers in Knoxville
for the first time in eight years.

California-Irving downed ninth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas 95-88, marking the second win for the Anteaters over the IRinnin' Rebels this season.
The longest Division One winning streak still belongs to eleventh-ranked Bradley.
The number-ll Braves routed Indiana State 71-51 for ther twentieth straight victor
Number-seven Memphis got 17 points from Baskerville Holmes in a 63-52 win over New Orleans.
Eldon Miller, who leaves
Ohio State after this season, wiU take his coaching act to northern Iowa. Miller replaces Jim Berry, who is stepping down when the current season ends.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


Can you get rid of seven years hard luck in one season?
That is the big hope in the
training camp of the Chicago Cubs in Mesa, Ariz. Name it, and it happened to the Cubs last year. When the Cub hitters came to bat at Wrigley Field, the wind was blowing in. When the ,opposition strolled to the plate, a gale blew out.
As a result, the Cubs skidded from an Eastern
Division Title in 1984 to a fourth-place finish in 1985. The biggest single reason was
the wave of injuries that rolled in from Lake Michigan and all drowned the Cub pitching staff.
At one time or another,
ailments of various kinds grabbed the throats of all
five starters. In mid-August, all five were on the disabled list.
The Cubs were starting pitchers yanked up from AA ball who were not sure how to get to the ball park, even in a taxi.
Rick Sutcliffe, the 1984 hero, was on the disabled list three times, and did not
post a victory after July 23. He fell into a familiar trap. Rick injured his leg, favored it trying to pitch, and then hurt his right shoulder.
* The other starters who were on the disabled list for
various periods of time were Steve Trout, Dick Ruthvev, Dennis Eckersley and Scott
Sanderson.
How about this year? Well,
manager Jim Frey thinks all five look good in camp. That is not the same as looking good in April and.May against
National League hitters, but


it is a start.
There is a physical fitness instructor in the Cub camp, Dr. Phil Claussen, who is working with the comeback five. He has them on a program which includes flexibility exercises, running, and weightlifting. Most importantly, all five are throwing without pain.
Sutcliffe has worked overtime trying to get into shape. Manager Frey commented, "Rick has worked
feverishly to get in shape, and has done even more than the program called for."
Frey and the Cub front office may be guilty of some wishful thinking about the
new season. If three of the five pitching casualties make
strong comebacks, it will be a big boost.
There is the rest of the
team. Chicago is banking on Shawon Dunston arriving as a legitimate star at shortstop, and teaming up with Ryne
Sandberg at second to form a dynamic duo at the keystone.
It could happen. Ron Cey is
showing age spots at third, and Keith Moreland may be moved from right field to that hot spot. Leon Durham at
first and Jody Davis behind the plate are good, but neither is an All-Star. Davis, in particular, may be subject to the stress of overwork.
Gary Matthews, in left, also has a lot of mileage on him. Bob Dernier in center can run a hole in the wind, but lacks power in consistency at the plate.
Even with good luck taking over from last year's bad variety, the Cubs will need a
fast start and a faster


finish to qualify as threats in the East.
He does not look the same in a baseball uniform until he raps one in the power alley in left center and starts a rapid trip around the bases.
That is when you know you are looking at Bo Jackson, the center fielder of the Auburn Tigers. Yes, he is the same Bo who won the Hei sx Award last fall as the bW player in college football.
He still has not made up his mind whether to play pro baseball or sign with a pro football team this summer. One source at Auburn said Jackson will not decide until after the NFL draft in April and the Major League Amateur Baseball grab bag in June.
His football talent has been demonstrated over and over. The 6-foot-l, 222 pounder is a long gone runner, and has the power to
knock down tacklers. The pro football scouts have labeled him a "Blue Chip" prospect.
He also has impressive
numbers in baseball. Lasa season, as a junior, Bob wom out a lot of baseballs. He batted .401 with 17 home runs and 43 runs batted in. He
also stole nine bases in 10 tries.
The area of doubt lies in
the fact that great runners in football can move right into a starting position in the pro game. In baseball, Bob probably would have to spend two or three years in the Minors riding buses from town to town. He might not
like that. Baseball players last longer, but there will be some large bonuses waved
under his nose by the pro football people.


4:Dai~y Gazette Friday, February 28, 1986




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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 40 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, Feb. 28, 1986 Aquino welcomes home political exiles # )-Philippine President azon Aquino welcomed political exiles home today and said she will free more prisoners, including the founding chairman of the Communist Party. In a gesture to government opponents who fled the country during the Marcos years, Aquino's news secretary said arrest warrants will be dropped against prominent exiles. Among the first to return hcme fran exile in the United States was a former foreign secretary. Meanwhile, Aquino's defense minister warned that the Philippine military could not be responsible for the consequences of releasing Marxists. Tylenol linked to another In Hawaii, former Philippine President Marcos plans to hold a news conference today. There is no indication of what Marcos will discuss. Marcos is reported resting and contemplating whether to settle in Hawaii or seek asylum elsewhere in the U.S. The "Amen Corner," by James Baldwin, is being presented tonight, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson High School, with free admission. The play by Baldwin, a black American author, who has been praised for his abilities to make his readers feel intensely to damage racial prejudice, can inflect on both white and blacks. The "Amen Corner," one of Baldwin"s most popular plays, has been performed around the world. The condensed version, being performed as received, has received standing ovations and excellent reviews. Pictured left to right are Sophia Walker (left), Kenneth Corum (male), Katrina Corum (white handbag), and Clarice Walker (sitting) .(Photo by PHl Glenn Davis) cyanide death Around the globe Roth Files $25 Million Lawsuit Against CBS (UPI) -Rock Singer David Lee Roth has filed a $25 million lawsuit against CBS. Roth claims the entertainment conglanerate backed out of plans to produce a motion picture based on his albun, "Crazy Fran The Heat." Roth launched a solo career last year after working as lead singer of the rock group Van Halen. Product Liability Legislation (UPI) -Congress starts work again today on controversial product liability legislation that calls for federal standards on compensation to people injured by dangerous products. The bill creates a simple claim system to let injured people seek recovery of only medical costs and lost earnings in liability cases. Under the bill, anyone seeking further damages for "pain and suffering" would go to court under federal law. Worst Flu Epidemic On Decline (UPI) -Federal health officials say the worst flu epidemic to hit the nation in five years may be on the decline. The National Centers for Disease Control reports 18 states saw widespread flu outbreaks last week, down from 19 the week before. Fifteen states reported regional outbreaks, three fewer than during the previous week. The flu epidemic last week claimed 835 lives nationwide. Flight schedule (UPI) -The Food and Drug Administration says it has discovered cyanide in a Tylenol capsule found near the body of a Nashville, Tennessee, man who died from the poison. The FDA says the cyanide found in Nashville is sodian cyanide. That is a different kind of poison than the potassiun cyanide that killed a New York wanan earlier this month. FDA Commissioner Frank Young also says the cyanide in the Nashville capsule is different from any used in the laboratories of Johnson and Johnson, the manufacturer of Tylenol. He says the FDA has, in Young's words, "No evidence that this is not an isolated incident." Nashville police say they still are not certain whether the death of Timothy Green was suicide, murder, a random killing, or an accident. Green's body was found Sunday, and a medical examiner says he died of a massive dose of cyanide. Captain's Hotline Baby food scare 10 re widespread Inquiry: Would it be possible to have the housing bus stop at the Marine Exchange rather than a person having to go all the way into town and then change busses to get back to the housing areas? Response: Good idea. The Housing Bus will stop at Marine Site. Inquiry: Caller was inquirying as to the possibility of shrubbery being planted along the Seafront from McCalla .ater and Ordanance Triangle. Caller would also like to see lights installed for better visibility at night. Response: Good idea, but this area is too salty to support trees or shrubs. I am happy to tell you that we will be putting streetlights in this area within the next few months. Inquiry: A suggestion has been made that a right turn lane to be made at the Stoplight Inn and Sherman Avenue, so that people who want to burn right on a red light can. Response: Good idea. Lane lines will be painted to ease the problem. Inquiry: With the policy on clean water and clean base, why is the sewage that is being discharged into the bay, not being treated? Response: All sewage goes through septic tanks for primary treatment before being discharged into the bay. Studies have been performed that indicate the bay has adequate flushing action to prevent a health or aesthetics problem. Several outfalls have been extended and other extensions are scheduled. Inquiry: Why are the flashing lights not operating in the school zone during working hours? Response: Unfortunately, the flashing lights in the school zones are broken. Material has been ordered to repair them. The necessary repairs will be made when the materials are received. Captain's Hotline 4800 (UPI) -The nationwide Gerber Baby Foods scare continues to grow, but some federal officials are wondering if there are grounds for it. Consumers in at least 18 states have reported finding glass particles in Gerber Baby Foods, including new reports that surfaced yesterday in Kentucky and Oklahoma. Food and Drug Administration officials say extensive testing has found no health hazard in the food. FDA officials said the glass shards probably are the result of mishandling in the shipment or storage of the jars. Some of the glass found is not the same type Gerber uses in it jars. Says one FDA official in Wisconsin, "It is too early to tell, and frankly I think this is more of a scare than anything. We do not think the problem is as widespread as it appears to be." An Ohio couple, who claims their daughter was injured by eating glass from a Gerber jar has filed a $800,000 lawsuit. Date Mon. Tue. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Fri. Fri. Aircraft C-9B Medevac 727 Mac 727 Mac C-12 (5-7) C-141 Cargo C-12 (7-9) 727 Mac 727 Mac Departs 11:50 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. Destination Arrives Roosey Road 1:50 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. Puerta Plata 9:00 a.m. Roosey Road 1:15 p.m. La Romana 10:10 a.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. 1. All active duty military personnel traveling to Norfolk are reminded to travel in their Dress Blue uniform. 2. C-12 passenters must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry. Baggage is limited to 20-pounds per person. 3. Ticketed 727 Mac passengers must have their ticket to check-in baggage. Kingston from 8-10 a.m. and Norfolk 10-11:45 a.m. make the 10:30 a.m. ferry for Kingston and 1:30 p.m. ferry for Norfolk. 4. Space "A" passengers with accompanied baggage, must also take the 1:30 p.m. ferry. Weekend on TV8 Saturday 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Sunday 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News College Basketball N.C. State vs. Oklahoma College Basketball Pro Bowlers Tour CNN Headline News CNN Headlines News Movie: "Confession" CNN Headline News Golf: PGA Honda Classic New Tech Times CNN Headline News Inside Page 2 -Postgraduate Information Courses Page 3 -Seabee Birthday Page 3 -On The Platter Page 4 -Jazz Beat Pacers Page 4 -Commissioner To Talk About Drugs U.W

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te Hook Schedule -At the Hook tonight, 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. Beach Closing -Cuzco Beach will be closed tomorrow, March 1, and Sunday, March 2, due to ordnance operations. Country Emphire Band -The band "Country Emphire" 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 GMO Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson School Amphi-Theatre. POC Meeting -The SWOC 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 from the Holy Land. Charles Campbell will provide music with his Scottish bagpipes. See you there, 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 WAS 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. 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, cane 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. 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. Marine Corps Exchange -After you put in your new carpets, then you need new furniture! The MCX has a wide selection of sofas, loveseats, chairs, tables, chair sets and even wicker! For your private viewing, ask for assistance at Customer Service department in the main store. Marine Corps Exchange -Are your linen closets bare? Do you need towels and blankets? The MCX has a nice selection for all your needs. Marine Corps Exchange -Do you have a nice bar and no stools? The MCX has bar stools! Ask for assistance, at the Customer Service department in the main store., eam slig s settle -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Ccumader U.S. Naval Bas Lt. OIr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 StaceyByington .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 [mil Glleau, USN ...Managirn Biitor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor Mrs .Diane Amenan .Sertary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Prdontion Assistant Bathan Drbine.Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Traain ..Reiservist Supprt A42 Stephn Aktinson.Rserist Suport The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship ard station newspapers, umner th direction of the public affair officer. The Daily Gaztte is printed five times a weak at governor expense on government equinent, at tha Navy Publications and Printin Service Branch Office. The opinions and stlanents that appear herein are not toube construed as official, or .s thl.official views of the Navy Dpertnat or Camander, U.S. Nvalii To the editor It is akin to "casting pearls before swine" I would like to begin by commending the Daily Gazette for the fine job it is doing as Guantanamo Bay's primary source of printed news. But I would also like to warn the base residents who read the paper not to relay on it as their sole source of information. Worldwide news agencies are not above printing biased, or even purposefully misleading stories, especially stories about highly emotional and controversial issues such as gun control. The brief I am writting about, "Meese Supports Bill to Ease Gun Control Laws," (February 26, 1986, UPI), appears to harmlessly state that Attorney General Meese supports the bill. That much was true. The resolution in discussion, the Firearm Owners Protection Act (S.49) would amend, "not" repeal the Gun Control Act of 1968. The brief stated that Meese refused to testify at House hearings, without stating why he refused. I can tell you why. I can tell you of others who refused, including California Senator Bill Richardson. It is akin to "casting pearls before swine." The House committee is chaired by rabid anti-gunner Peter Rodino (N.J.) who prejudged the act to "be DOA at (his) committee." It was the UPI that he told that to. The article goes on to imply that "the National Rifle Association" (singular) is the sole supporter of the act, while "police groups" (plural) do not! The facts differ from the implications. President Reagan supports S.49, the Department of Justice and Treasury support it, but most importantly, every major sportsman's orgainization in America supports it, as does one of the largest "police organizations," the National Sheriff's Association! Right now, S.49 is caught up in Rodino's "kangaroo committee." I urge all of you to write your elected representatives, to have them sign the discharge petition now circulating, which will force the act out of Rodi committee, and allow elected representatives o vote on it, not just New Jersey' s! S.49 will refocus the G.C.A. of 1968 to have an impact on the violent criminal who will always find a gun, and not on the honest citizen, who has a right to protect him or herself! Get involved; try to weed through some of this onesided slop they try to feed the world. Above all, vote! Mark Hays Catalog lists officer self study course The Naval Postgraduate an officer's Acadmic Profile acting the Office'f School has recently published Cede, thereby enhancing his Continuing Education (Cod and distributed the "1986or her opportunity for 011), Naval Postgraduate 1987 Catalog of Self Study selection to a serviceSchool, Monterey, Ca., Courses." This updated sponsored graduate education 93943-5100. The autovon catalog provides course program. number is 878-2558, or descriptions of the nearly Except for the cost of commercial, (408) 646-2558. 100 correspondence courses available through the Office of Continuing Education of NPS, together with full details of the self-study program. These self-study courses are available to active duty officers of all military services and are designed to be completed at the individual's own pace while serving at his or her present duty station. Thousands of officers have made use of this unique opportunity for self-improvement and academic development. Successful completion of selected courses can improve commercial textbooks, no fees are charged for the courses, and no obligated service commitment is incurred. It is possible to transfer academic credit for the completed self-study courses to civilian universities. Those intending to transfer credit should check with the receiving institution, to ensure acceptability before taking courses through the NPS self-study program. The new Self-Study Catalog is available at Navy Campus and Educational Services offices throughout the Navy and Marine Corps. A copy may also be obtained by con-The balance has changed. There was a time when the sun, wind and blue water took care of Guantanamo Bay. 0 Now it is up to you! Our base is cleaner because WE CARE 2 Daily Gazette Friday, February 28, 1986 Wild animal control The Security Departnent will be conducting wild animal control between the hours of 1 and 3 a.m. on the following dates and locations next week: Monday: East, West, and Center Bargo; Tuesday: Nob Hill and Villamar Housing areas; Wednesday: Windmill Beach; Thursday: Caravella Housing and U.S. Naval Hospital areas; and Friday: Admin Hill area. 41

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V YARD SALES Girl Scout Hut East Bargo Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Donations can be dropped off at the Library or call 2890 or 2907. Leeward drop site is at the Community Center. Corinaso Point 18 Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Assorted items, paper, clothes, jewelry, and much more. terra K Saturday from 9 until noon. Baby items, niture, marble polish, moterbike, and much more. Hob Hill 32B Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Small children's clothes, high chair, curtains, vacuum cleaner, and miscellaneous items. Villamar 603C (Backyard) Saturday from 8 until 11:30 a.m. Dog house, barbeque grill, patio table, 8-track tape player. A little bit of everything. No early sales. AUTOS '69 Cougar, $700 neg. Inspection good until September. For more information, call James at 6029 anytime after 7 p.m. '72 Chevy Impala, 400 V-8 engine, definite GTMO special, but very dependable. Good tires, $300 or best offer. Inspection good until October. Available March 11. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH. '65 Chevy pick-up truck, 327 cu.in., needs minor work, asking $350 neg. Call 2540 6 Pontiac Bunneville, in good running condition, no reasonable offer will be refused. Call 2330/2570 DWH or 4022 AWH and ask for Powell. 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. TWO WHEELERS '81 Honda 70cc, red and white, good condition. Can be en at GHT. Asking $400 or t offer. Call EN3 Hizon at EQ Room C204. '78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 DWH or 7249 AWH. PET A beautiful, house trained, fixed, very obedient three-year-old .dog, Terrier/Dalmation mix with current shots. Free to a loving home with older children. Comes complete with dog carrier for when you leave. For more information, call Mark at 3407 AT or 4600 DWH. AUTO PARTS '64 Plymouth Valiant for parts, $200. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH. AIR CONDITIONER Two Whirlpool a/c's. Both 1 1/2 years old and in good condition. One 10,000 BTU and one 12,000 BTU, $400 for both. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH. Fedders 10,000 BTU, (125v), fits in a 17 1/2"x27 1/2" hole or larger, asking $75. Call 2540 AT. FURNITURE One black vinyl recliner, like new, $125. Call 3929 AWH. 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. SERVICES I will prepare egg rolls. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m. Moving soon? It can be a stressful time. Let us help take some of the stress out of this move. We clean houses for final inspection. Give us a call for details. Call Joyce at 3620 or Shirley at 2603. Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car. WANTED I would like an every Wednesday babysitter from noon to 4 p.m. for my six-month-old baby and two-year-old son. Please call 3407 AT. Seeking a reliable junior or senior high school student to babysit my five-year-old daughter in my Villamar home on weekends. Interested? Call Teri at 4502 DWH after 1 p.m. 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. EXERCISE Home gym converts from rowing machine to multi-gym by tilting entire unit 90 degrees. Like new, used five times, $125. Call 2981 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. only. Navy Seabees celebrate 44th birthday IJtL , On a platt ------By Su e HiltonSome people look forward to receiving their inheritance upon reaching their 21st birthday. Mine turned up early in life, actually about the time that I needed it least. Remember the early teen years you spent in a state of embarrassment? Remember when everyone else was prettier and smarter, had smoother complexions, more friends, and had more to wear than you did? Being older than GTMO coral, I remember the days before contact lenses. Yes, you guessed it, I inherited my mother's vision. Having somehow survived my adolescence and having attained the status of being "mature" (sounds better than 'old', don't you think?), I now find there are advantages to being half blind. For instance, if I take off my glasses, the kitchen floor quickly becomes smooth and clean, the countertop is no longer littered with little toast crumbs, and the laundry looks like a soft fuzzy cloud. It also has its confusing moments like the other morning when John wanted to know why I was talking to a dust ball in the corner of the bedroom. Dust ball? I thought it was Grey Fluff, my cat. Nature does have a marvellous way of balancing one's handicaps though. I like to think that my lack of vision has been Ginger Cookies 3/4 cup butter 1/2 tsp. ginger 1 cup sugar 1 tsp. ground cloves 4 tbl. molasses 2 tsp. cinnamon 1 egg 2 tsp. baking soda 2 cups flour 1/2 tsp. salt Cream butter and sugar. Boat in molasses and egg. Mix in dry ingredients. Chill do1gh for several hours to make it easier to handle. With hands, roll dough into small balls. Roll balls in small bowl of granulated sugar and place on greased baking sheet. Flatten each ball with bottom of glass. Bake in preheated 325-degree oven for 12-15 minutes. Makes 4-6 dozen. Burnt Creme Donated by Linda Copeland 1 pint whipping cream 1 tbl. vanilla 4 egg yolks Granulated sugar for topping 1/2 cup granulated sugar Preheat over to 350. Heat cream over low heat until bubbles form around edge of pan. Beat egg yolks and sugar together until thick about 3 minutes. Graduallly beat cream into egg yolks. Stir in vanillatand pour into 6 p6-oz.) custard cups. Place custard cups in baking pan that has about 1/2 inch water in the bottom. Bake until set, about 45 minutes. Remove custard cups from water and refridgerate until chilled. Sprinkle each custard with about 2 tsp. granulated sugar. Place on top rack under broiler and cook until topping is medium brown. Chill before serving. Makes 6 servings. Cinnamon Rolls Donated by Linda Copeland 1 pkg. yellow regular 3 pkgs. dry yeast cake mix (not with pudding) 2 1/2 cups warm water 5 1/2 cups flour Mix flour and cake mix together. Combine water and yeast and combine with flour. Place batter in a large greased bowl, turning once so both sides are greased. Cover and let rise once. Roll out on floured board, jelly-roll style. Melt stick of butter or margarine and spread over dough. Sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar (mixed). Roll and cat; place in greased pan. Let rise until double. Bake at 350. By Lallie Dawson Washington (NES) -"Can Do, Will Do." And they are still doing it, the Navy Seabees, that is. In March 1986 the "sailors in green" will celebrate their 44th birthday. Versatile since the day of their founding, the Seabees have endured the hardships of Daily Gazette Friday, February 28, 1986 I auier r-, war and the upheavals of peacetime, adapting their skills to whatever arises. "In 1986, as in every year, the Seabees will deploy throughout the globe, supporting our Navy in peacetime and improving readiness by sharpening our military and construction skills," said Rear Adm. John Paul Jones Jr., commander of er 1 compensated by a keener sense of taste and smell. I can smell food cooking clear across the island and as far as I am concerned, I have never met a food that did not taste good. Today's Ginger Cookies were published in the Norfolk Virginian-Pilot and Ledger Star; they are deliciously spicy and smell heavenly when being baked. Picture a lazy weekend morning, with the aroma of homemade cinnamon rolls mixing with the cool of the air conditioning as you lounge around on the couch. Linda Copeland promises that these are not only yummy, but make enough to feed the family and all the neighborhood kids. The Burnt Creme is a recipe Linda got from Horatio's Restaurant in Hawaii. It is rich, creamy and sinfully good. *Correction* Marge Rook asks that you change the baking time and temperature for the Hot Potato Salad (published last week) to 350 degrees for 45 minutes. My mistake, I misread her instructions; I am sorry. I have been promised the recipe for authentic Cuban bread and hope to have it next week along with a special recipe for Jamaican marinated chicken, fire-station style. Bon Appetit. the Naval Facilities Engineering Connand and chief of civil engineers. The Seabees were founded in 1942 by Adm. Ben Moreell, then Navy chief of civil engineers, in response to an urgent need for qualified and experienced engineers and construction workers who were combat-trained. The pioneering Seabees built roads, runways and landing structures for advanced bases in the Pacific. While the United States and Japan played a deadly game of cat-and-mouse throughout the Pacific Islands, the Seabees assisted the Marines in cutting through jungle growth to prepare for the arrival of their shipnates by sea and by air. Currently, there are 12,000 active duty Seabees, military and construction men and women, located around the world. They have seven occupational ratings: equipment operator, construction mechanic, engineering aid, builder, steelworker, utilitiesman and construction electrician. "Today's Seabees are smaller in number, yet just as dynamic as our predecessors," said EQCM M. John Hughs, naval construction force master chief. "The world is still our turf. Seabees are serving on all seven continents, in 55 countries." Seabees participated in WATC 85, West African Training Cruise, a six-week deployment to Mauritania, Sierra Leone, Togo, Zaire, Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon. While there, they built an open-air market and two schools, made repairs to a school, and made electrical and mechanical repairs to a children's ward of a hospital. The reserve, or citizen, Seabees have proven over the years they are ready to respond wherever and whenever duty calls. During recent years they have supported the Navy at numerous locations, including back-to-back deployments to Guantanamo Bay, to assist an active duty Seabee detachment in improving this vital outpost. Seabees are worthy custodians of the reputation built by their predecessors. They stand ready to fulfill their official motto: Construimus Batuims, We Build, We Fight. With characteristic ingenuity and enthusiasm, the Seabees of the '80s are creating an impressive peacetime record, deployed around the world, helping those who need help, and doing what has to be done with their traditional flair. VITA is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. Its IRS trained volunteers can help you to complete your tax return.

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Ueberroth to discuss drug results paced the Warriors with 34. Slunping Portland continues to slump. The Trail Blazers dropped their twelfth straight game, this time to the Seattle Supersonics, who posted a 107-94 victory. Jack Sikma led the way for the Sonic with 13 rebounds and 20 points. In football news, Charlie Joiner has signed to catch footballs for another year for the San Diego Chargers. The veteran wide receiver had 58 receptions last season. Glimpse Hockey (UPI) -Checking the NHL last night, the Calgary Flames swept past the Philadelphia Flyers 7-4. Eleven players scored goals in the game. Bob Capenter's goal in the third period carried the Washington Capitals to a 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins. The Los Angeles Kings outshot the Chicago Blackhawks 28-22, but lost the game 6-3. U.S.A. Track And Field Championships (UPI) -Record pole vaulters Billy Olson and Serguei Bubka will square off for the last time this season when they meet at the U.S.A. Indoor Track and Field Championships tonight in New York. Between tham, Olson and Bubka have broken the indoor record seven times in two months. The Soviet star is the current record holder after last Friday's vault of 19-feet, five and three-quarters inches in Los Angeles. Harsher Penalties Against Drug Offenders (UPI) -The NFL Players Association is willing to accept harsher penalties against players who use drugs, including a one-year suspension for third-time offenders. Gene Upshaw, the executive director of the association, says the union remains strongly opposed to mandatory random drug testing, a plan advocated by league commissioner Pte Rozelle. Supreme Court Rejects Appeal (UPI) -The California Supreme Court rejected the final appeal by the city of Oakland to return the Los Angeles Raiders NFL team to the Bay area. The Raiders moved to Los Angeles in 1982, and yesterday' s court decision likely ends the controversial and lengthy case. Goodwrench 500 (UPI) -Terry LaBonte won the pole position for Sunday's Good wrench 500 at the North Carolina Motor Speedway. The Veteran Nascar driver guided his Oldsmobile to a speed of 146.348 miles and hour to edge Tim Richnond' s Chevrolet. Richmond' s speed was 145.766 per hour, meaning both drivers set qualifying records. Hockey Hall-OF-Famer Dead -Hockey Hall-of-Fame goalie Jacques Plante is dead at the age of 57 in Switzerland. Plante had inoperable stomach cancer. Plante helped the Montreal Canadians win five straight Stanley Cup Titles, and was an All-Star goalie seven times. PGA Tour Begins Florida Swing (UPI) -The PGA Tour began its Florida swing yesterday with the $500,000 Honda Classic in Coral Springs. The surprise leader heading into the second round is unheralded Kenny Knox, who opened with a six-under-par 66. Bill Glasson and Chi Chi Rodriguez are two strokes off the pace, while Andy Bean and Payne Stewart head a group of players at 69. Area athletics Youth Bowling Sign-Ups -There is going to be Youth Bowling sign-ups tanorrow, March 1, 11 a.m. -1 p.m., at the Marblehead Bowling Lanes. For more information, call Bill Ferren, 2160. Intercommand Basketball Championships -The Interccamnand Basketball Championships will be held tanorrow, March 1 through Tuesday, March 4. Tomorrow's game starts at 1 pm., Sunday's game is at 12:30 p.m. Monday's game starts at 6:15 p.m., as well as Tuesday's game. This championship is a double elimination and is held in the W.T. Sampson High School gym. Volleyball -All ladies who are interested in playing on a women' s volleyball team be at the Volleyball Courts, behind Marblehead Lanes, tomorrow, 3 p.m. Guantanamo Bay Youth Athletic Association -The G3YAA will conduct their monthly meeting Tuesday, March 4, 7 p.m., at Ordinance Triangle. The topic of discussion will be the upcoming tee-ball and baseball season. The public is encouraged to attend. Jazz knocks off Pacers The San Diego Padres expect Padres announced Hoyt has righthander Lamarr Hoyt to voluntarily entered a return to the National League treatment facility for Club before the end of spring evaluation of possible training. Yesterday, the substance abuse problan. Hoosiers down Minnesota (AP) -Drugs in baseball, that is the scheduled topic for Commissioner Peter Ueberroth today in New York City. Ueberroth has spent much of the winter interviewing more than 20 major league players mentioned in last year's Pittsburgh drug trials. He is expected to discuss the results of sane of those interviews at a news conference this afternoon. Yesterday, big-league owners concluded a two-day meeting in Dallas. According to Ueberroth, baseball's hierarchy discussed a variety of topics, including drugs. The owners were tight-lipped after the get-together. Three Milwaukee Brewers coaches remain hospitalized after suffering burns yesterday morning in a natural gas explosion at the team spring training clubhouse near Phoenix. Hospital officials list Coach Tony Muser in serious, but stable condition with second and third-degree burns over half his body. Coaches Herm Starrette and Larry Haney received less serious injuries. Five officials in Chandler, Ariz., say they believe the ignition of built-up natural gas caused the blast. Brewers Manager George Bamberger and General Manager Harry Dalton narrowly escaped serious injury. The Brewers are just beginning their first spring training in Chandler after many years in Sun City, Ariz. (AP) -After last night's action, the Big-Ten basketball race shows a game and one-half separating the five top schools. Tenth-ranked Michigan and number-16 Indiana stand first after the Hoosiers downed Minnesota 95-63. The Indiana victory last evening came 24 hours after the Wolverines stopped Wisconsin. Michigan and Indiana have three league games remaining, including the season finale a week from tomorrow in Ann Arbor. Also in the Big-Ten last night, seventeenth-ranked Michigan ripped Northwestern 82-48 to move within a game of the conference lead. Scott Skiles had 35 points for the Spartans, who also have three games to play. Illinois tightened things a bit with an 81-72 victory over number-20 Purdue. The Illini and the Boilermakers, with two games left, trail Indiana and Michigan by a game and one-half in the standings. The Big-Ten, the West Coast Athletic Conference and the Ivy League are the only conferences without season-ending tournaments. Georgia Tech got hot and The Sportsman By Charles Morey Can you get rid of seven years hard luck in one season? That is the big hope in the training camp of the Chicago Cubs in Mesa, Ariz. Name it, and it happened to the Cubs last year. When the Cub hitters came to bat at Wrigley Field, the wind was blowing in. When the opposition strolled to the plate, a gale blew out. As a result, the Cubs skidded from an Eastern Division Title in 1984 to a fourth-place finish in 1985. The biggest single reason was the wave of injuries that rolled in from Lake Michigan and all drowned the Cub pitching staff. At one time or another, ailments of various kinds grabbed the throats of all five starters. In mid-August, all five were on the disabled list. The Cubs were starting pitchers yanked up from AA ball who were not sure how to get to the ball park, even in a taxi. Rick Sutcliffe, the 1984 hero, was on the disabled list three times, and did not post a victory after July 23. He fell into a familiar trap. Rick injured his leg, favored it trying to pitch, and then hurt his right shoulder. .The other starters who were on the disabled list for various periods of time were Steve Trout, Dick Ruthvev, Dennis Eckersley and Scott Sanderson. How about this year? Well, manager Jim Frey thinks all five look good in camp. That is not the same as looking good in April and May against National League hitters, but it is a start. There is a physical fitness instructor in the Cub camp, Dr. Phil Claussen, who is working with the comeback five. He has them on a program which includes flexibility exercises, running, and weightlifting. Most importantly, all five are throwing without pain. Sutcliffe has worked overtime trying to get into shape. Manager Frey commented, "Rick has worked feverishly to get in shape, and has done even more than the program called for." Frey and the Cub front office may be guilty of some wishful thinking about the new season. If three of the five pitching casualties make strong comebacks, it will be a big boost. There is the rest of the team. Chicago is banking on Shawon Dunston arriving as a legitimate star at shortstop, and teaming up with Ryne Sandberg at second to form a dynamic duo at the keystone. It could happen. Ron Cey is showing age spots at third, and Keith Moreland may be moved from right field to that hot spot. Leon Durham at first and Jody Davis behind the plate are good, but neither is an All-Star. Davis, in particular, may be subject to the stress of overwork. Gary Matthews, in left, also has a lot of mileage on him. Bob Dernier in center can run a hole in the wind, but lacks power in consistency at the plate. Even with good luck taking over from last year's bad variety, the Cubs will need a fast start and a faster finish to qualify as threats in the East. He does not look the same in a baseball uniform until he raps one in the power alley in left center and starts a rapid trip around the bases. That is when you know you are looking at Bo Jackson, the center fielder of the Auburn Tigers. Yes, he is the same Bo who won the Heis Award last fall as the b player in college football. He still has not made up his mind whether to play pro baseball or sign with a pro football team this summer. One source at Auburn said Jackson will not decide until after the NFL draft in April and the Major League Amateur Baseball grab bag in June. His football talent has been demonstrated over and over. The 6-foot-l, 222 pounder is a long gone runner, and has the power to knock down tacklers. The pro football scouts have labeled him a "Blue Chip" prospect. He also has impressive numbers in baseball. Las season, as a junior, Bob wo out a lot of baseballs. He batted .401 with 17 home runs and 43 runs batted in. He also stole nine bases in 10 tries. The area of doubt lies in the fact that great runners in football can move right into a starting position in the pro game. In baseball, Bob probably would have to spend two or three years in the Minors riding buses from town to town. He might not like that. Baseball players last longer, but there will be some large bonuses waved under his nose by the pro football people. :Daily Gazette Friday, February 28, 1986 North Carolina State went cold late in Tech's 69-57 win. The fourth-ranked Yellow Jackets tallied the game's final dozen points, while the number-18 Wolfpack w scoreless over the last minutes. Kenny Walker's 32 points helped fifth-ranked Kentucky get a long awaited victory over Tennessee. By winning 62-60, the Wildcats stopped the volunteers in Knoxville for the first time in eight years. California-Irving downed ninth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas 95-88, marking the second win for the Anteaters over the Runnin' Rebels this season. The longest Division One winning streak still belongs to eleventh-ranked Bradley. The nunber-ll Braves routed Indiana State 71-51 for their twentieth straight victo Number-seven Memphis e got 17 points from Baskerville Holmes in a 63-52 win over New Orleans. Eldon Miller, who leaves Ohio State after this season, will take his coaching act to northern Iowa. Miller replaces Jim Berry, who is stepping down when the current season ends. (AP) -The Utah Jazz made it four straight wins by knocking off the Indiana Pacers 109-92 last night. Adrian Dantley pumped in 36 points to lead the Jazz. Also in the NBA, Denver' s six-game victory string had ended. The Nuggets fell to Houston 117-111, with Ralph Sampson scoring 31 points to lead the Rockets. Alex English totaled 35 points for the Nuggets. The Washington Bullets got 33 points from Jeff Malone in a 114-102 win over Golden State. Joe Barry Carroll 7