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Guantanamo Bay,: Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 44 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Thursday, March' 6, 1986


ject Contra aid proposal


with a signal tower, is slated for occupancy in December 1986. The new building will replace the present FrG building. (Photo by Lt. Dick Tremain)


(UPI) -- A Soviet space probe penetrated Halley's Comet
this morning.
The Soviet Vega-i space
probe hurtled through the dust surrounding Halley's Comet to transmit man's first view of the nucleus of the
famous celestial visitor.
Soviet and American
scientists at the space Reasearch Institute in the Soviet Union applauded as a nucleus estimated at only two
to two-and-a-half miles across burst into view on their control room television
screens.
After six years of 1Lanning, the mission came
down to a tense 30 minute dash from a distance of 60,000 miles to only 6,000
miles from the core.
Racing toward Halley's
Comet at 48 miles a second, the space probe began encountering increasing amounts of particles that could have
proved fatal.
Scientists atl the control
room and television viewers across the Soviet Union watched as the Vega-l reached its nearest point to the core with its instruments still
working.
The computer image of
Halley's Comet showed a yellow center surrounded by a


Philippine cardinal briefs Pope Paul


(UPI) -- Philippine Cardinal Jaime Sin is in Rome to brief
Pope John Paul today on the situation in the Philippines since the ouster of President Ferdinand Marcos.
At a news conference
yesterday, the cardinal told reporters he expects some of his country's Communist rebels to lay down their arms. Sin says he has
received word from a priest with close rebel ties that some guerrillas will surrender March 17. That is a


national holiday in the Philippines.
Sin says if the Philippine Catholic Church had not taken the position it did in declaring the presidential election a fraud, "there could have been violence and bloodshed."
Sin, a long-time Marcos opponent, denied he was
responsible for the downfall of Marcos. Said the cardinal, "It was prayer that saved the country."


Duvalier planning memoirs
(UPI) - Haiti's former president-for-life says he left his country last month, "to~prevent a bloodbath." In a Swiss newspaper interview today, Jean-Claude Duvalier also says he plans to write his memoirs, in which he will reply to the various charges leveled against him. Duvalier currently is living in temporary exile in France.


Around the globe


Marcos Not Legally Privileged (UPI) -Ferdinand Marcos is finding out he is no more legally privileged than the average American citizen. A San Francisco newspaper, Te Examiner, reports the ousted Philippine President had a temper tantrum when State Department officials said the goverment cannot protect him from lawsuits and Congressional probes. Marcos is suspected of having some $30 billion in U.S. holdings.

Military Shuttle Delayed (UPI) -- A U.S. congressman wants to know why a military shuttle flight was delayed by cold weather last year. Representative Edward Markey says the decision-making process in delaying a January 1985 launch should be contrasted with what happened before the Challenger's fatal lift-off. Markey agrees with Challenger Commission Chairman William Rogers that the process five weeks ago was flawed.

Store Removes Baby Food (UPI) - A Long Island, N.Y., grocery store is the latest to remove certain jars of baby food from its shelves. A six-month-old Manhasset infant was treated for cuts inside his mouth after eating Beech-Nut food purchased at the store. The FDA has received more than 130 complaints of glass in baby food jars in 30 states since February 21.

Storm Socks Northern Plains (UPI) -A winter storm from Canada socked the Northern Plains yesterday, dusting an area from North Dakota to upper Michigan
with snow. The storm dumped six inches on Rhinelander, Wis., where two children were slightly injured when a school bus and a tractor-trailer collided on a snow-covered highway. Travelers' advisories were posted in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.

Iran Claims Execution (UPI) -- The wife of a kidnapped Frenchnan reportedly excuted in Lebanon says the report may be a political move. She says the captors may want the French government to give in to Iranian demands for his release. The pro-Iranian Islamic Jihad claims it executed Michel Seurat, who was kidnapped in Beirut last May. She feels the possible ploy could affect French parliamentary elections in two weeks.

General Electric Strike Continues (UPI) -Picket lines went up around three General Electric
Company aircraft engine plants in Massachusetts late yesterday as union members voted to continue a 12-day-old strike by 8,300 workers. Negotiations between union and company officials are set to resume this morning.

Greece Boots Out Guru (UPI) -- Officials in Greece booted Indian Guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh out of the country yesterday, sending the philosopher packinq off to Spain. Rajneesh was ordered deported after drawing the wrath of the conservative Greek Orthodox Church by advocating the abolition of religion. His one-month tourist visa would have expired next week.
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News of the bay



"Live-f ire" Exercises Slated -- "Live-fire" exercises will be held on Leeward Point March 12. Firings will be from Rec Hill, south across the airfield and nqrth into the Hicacal impact area. A variety of weapons will be fired and residents can expect to see the airfield' illuminated by mortars. Firings will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and 10 to 11 p.m. The NAVBASE and NAS duty offices will be notified of commencement and completion of firing exercises. Hot areas will be included in the weekly fire schedule. Watch TV8 for current -information on the day of the firings.


Inside

Page 2 - Girl Scout Week Upcoming
Page 2 - Red Cross Seeks Contributions
Page 3 - Job Market
Page 4 - College Wissing Streak Snapped.
Page 4 - BA: Atlanta, Boston Winners

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Alcoholics Anonymous -- There is a "Big Book"
discussion group of Alcoholics Annonymous being held
tonight, 8 - 9 p.m., at the Leeward Point Chapel.

Pony Express -- The Windjammer Club welcomes the
"Pony Express" tomorrow and Saturday nights, 8 p.m. for
your dancing and listening pleasure.

Fil-A. Induction Ball -- The 1986 Fil-Am Induction Ball is Saturday, March 8, 7 p.m. - 1 a.m., at the club
grounds. The public is invited. Ticket prices are $5
for members, and $10 for non-members. Dress is
semi-formal. For tickets, call Doris Bartolome, 4653 DWH, or 3507 AWH, or I.D. Dualan, 2601 DWH, or 2908
AWH.

TV Cable Installation -- The TV cable contractor
is installing TV cable drops in Oil Point, Corinaso Point and Ocean View housing areas through March 10.
Hours of installation are Monday through Saturday, noon
- 5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon - 5 p.m. If someone in your
household will not be available during these hours,
please contact the contractor, 2510, for an
installation appointment.

BEQ Advisory Board Meeting -- There will be a
manditory BEQ Advisory Board meeting Monday, .March 10,
1 p.m., B Complex Lounge, at the Gold Hill Towers.

Auxiliary Firefighters -- There will be a
manditory meeting for all auxiliary firefighters on
Tuesday, March 11, 1 p.m., at Fire Station Number One.

Petty Officer Exams -- The Petty Officer First Class exam is Tuesday, March 11, 7:15 a.m., at the
Windjammer Club. The candidates should muster with I.D.
card and be in the uniform of the day.

W.T. Sampson High School Advisory Council -The W.T. Sampson High School Advisory Council is
seeking candidates for next year' s council. Any parent
interested in holding a position on this council or
needs additional information, please call Linda Sayko,
2650.

NSGA/COL' Women's Club -- The monthly meeting of
th NSGA/CO"L" Women's Club will be held March 12, 7
P.m., at Donna Fedoriska's home, CB 1217, 2255.

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 tq 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,
Mardi Gras Dinner Dance -- The Knights of Colunbus are sponsoring a Mardi Gras Dinner Dance Sunday, March
15, at the Barrel Club. On the menu is "Steamship
Round," with all the trimmings. Tickets are $7.50 per
person, with 80 percent of all proceeds donated to
charities. See any Knight for tickets.

Pre-Teen Club -- The Pre-Teen Club is having Bingo
Tuesday, March 15, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., in the W.T.
Sampson Elementary School multi-purpose room. The cost
for members is $2, and $2.50 for non-members. For more
information, call Margie Bolin, 3195.





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The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and re us f r ip and station .ne pers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gezethe is printed five times a ?wek at governent expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printig Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements thaet a herein are not to be constr as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departmmet or Cnmaner, U.S. Naval Base.


Wine festival slated-during German ship visit


The First Annual Spring Wine Festival to celebrate the visit of four German
naval ships is scheduled for April 12, according to CO02 Ron Parker, Fleet Training Group (FTG).
The Spring Wine Festival, coupled with the visit of our
German friends, provides an excellent opportunity for us to display our .generous hospitality and participate in a worthwhile cultural exchange. FTG is sponsoring the event.
Those people who speak German or who have visited
Germany are encouraged to attend, as well as everyone else.
The Federal Republic of Germany task group will visit here April 11 - 18. The ships scheduled to visit are FGS


Red Cross seeks

more money for

disaster aid

By Luis Sanquirico

Red Cross is congressionally chartered to render assistance during natural disasters. The program is totally separate from the "Service To Families
Program" found at all military installations.
Last year was the "year of disasters," actually the third year in this century in which five or more hurricanes struck the U.S. mainland.
The U.S. also had countless
tornados, mud slides, and a myriad of other disasters
that contributed to the depletion of the annual
disaster fund established by Red Cross.
Prior to the recent floods in many states out West, Red Cross had committed almost $47 million to relief for the victims of disasters.
That placed the disaster
budget $12 million in the red.
On November 7, 1985, Red Cross initiated a special disaster campaign to replenish the already depleted disaster funds.
Since then, we have had two donors who felt this campaign to be a "human" responsibility. Their contributions have totaled $40.
We always here about "charity starting at home." Well, this is the time for
all Americans to unite in the effort to ensure that Red Cross is financially prepared to cope with the deficit, and that they can cope with
providing aid to disaster victims between now and the end of the fiscal year.
The Red Cross deficit has now reached $25 million and the effort to gain contributions has doubled. Any person desiring to make
a contribution can do so by bringing their donation to the Red Cross (Bldg. 928 next to Sound Scene), or by mailing donations to American Red Cross Disaster Relief
Campaign, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, D.C. 20013. '"We'll help, will you?"


Rommel (D187) , FGS Koeln (F211), FGS miden (F210) and FGS Freiburg (A1413).
The Wine Festival is scheduled to be held at the Barrel Club April 12, 6 p.m. The cost per person will be $12, and German food and beverages will be included.
Since a limited number of seats are available (approximately 150), it is


requested that reservations be made early by calling 4515. Dress will be casual.
Additionally, any command, group or individual interested in entertaining our German friends during the visit for dinner parties,
picnics or other social events, should contact CW02
Ron Parker , 4515, to coordinate a schedule.


buperior Performance -- Stan Kromfols (right), Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office, recently received a sustained superior performance award from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. (Photo by PH2 Stephen Atkinson)


Girl Scout Week begins next week


(Girl Scout Headquarters) -If we wanted to tell you about all the great aspects
of scouting for girls, adult volunteers and the coamunity,
we would say, "Girl Scouting provides a wholesome environment for girls to learn new skills and develop self-confidence."
Also, we would say Girl
Scouting helps girls make friends and, it prepares them for the future.
But while these statements are true, they leave out one of the best aspects of Girl Scouting -- the fun!
Think about it: The
laughter of Brownie Scouts as they help each other prepare bed rolls for their first camping trip; the smile of a young Daisy Scout as she puts together her own scapbook of memories; the joyous raising


of voices in song as Girl Scouts of all ages gather
around the campfire.
The world can be a serious place for girls growing up today. That is why they need Girl Scouting more than ever, to help them experience the fun and joy of all that life has to offer. And if they
learn a useful skill or two, so much the better.
Adults also need fun, and
that is why so many of them give unselfishly of their time to work and play in Girl
Scouting.
Next week the Girl Scouts celebrate Girl Scout Week.
Let us all join in and wish the best to our girls and their leaders.
If you want to know more about the Girl Scou WIL locally, please call ValeW Ford, 2144.


MEBehind the Red Door"

The Windward Library hours for state tax forms. The of operation are: Monday library has received Montana through Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 9 1985 tax forms and instrucp.m.; Thursday and Friday, 9 tion booklet; and the New a.m. - 6 p.m.; and Saturday, Mexico tax forms and
9 a.m. - 5 p.m. The phone instruction booklet. number for the Windward "Behind The Red Door" brows Library is 4541. through the stacks and find
The Leeward Point Library new and interesting books hours of operation are: they have for you! Monday, 3 - 6:30 p.m.; "The Safe Child Book,= Tuesday and Thursday, 3 - by Sherryll Kraizer, (non7:30 p.m.; and Saturday, noon fiction), is of your chil
- 4:30 p.m. The phone ntzber and day care centers. for the Leeward Point Library 'Lost Years," by Megan is 6407. Moran, (non-fiction), is
Several weeks ago the confessions of a woman
library wrote to the alcoholic. different states and asked


2 Daily Gazette Thursday, March 6, 1986


Smokers AnonmMous -- Smokers Anonymous Group meets every Monday night, 8 p.m., in the education and training classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit to qu it smoking, are trying to quit, or want to quit, come and join others with the same goals. It is free and open to

sm o king? the public. For more information, call Lt. Chris
Si gLaurent, 3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH.











































































































(AFPS) -- If a taxpayer transferred assets to a former spouse before July 18,
84, as a part of a divorce
perty settlement, there
be a gain or loss on the transfer, the Internal Revenue Service said.
Generally, the gain or loss
is the difference between the adjusted basis of the
property and its fair marketvalue at the time of the transfer. If the property has increased in value there may be a taxable gain, while a decrease in value would result in a loss. However, a loss is only deductible if the property is business or investment property.
The spouse making the transfer would realize the


Job ,Market


Navy Exchange

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


#131-85
Food Service Worker F/T
ba-l/$3.57 or LWS-1/$2.30
#154-85
Fead Sales Clerk
PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08
#1-86
Sales Clerk P/T
PS-I/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99
LGS-2/$2.75 leading to .GS-3/$3.42
#2-86
Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT.
m-3/$4.42
#19-86
Bakery Worker F/T
1Wr-5/$3.60
#20-86
Food Service Worker P/T
M@%-2/$4.03 or [MG-2/$2.63
#21-86
Personalized Services Clerk P/f
PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42
#22-86
Visual Merchardiser F/T
PS-5/$4.84 . #23-86
Desk Clerk P/T
PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42
#24-86
Lead Navy Lodige Desk Clerk F/T
PS-4/$4.54
#25-86
Accounting Technician F/T
AS-5/$5.01
#26-86
Security Guard P/T
U'3-PS-2/$3.99 or Non-US-S-2/$2.75


Open Stop
Light
In
Open Retail
Store

Open Retail
Store


open Pizza
Pub

Open Blue Caribe


Open Deli


Open Personalied
Services

Open Retail Store


Open Navy Lodge


Open Navy Lodge


Open Accounting


Open Sound Scene
Retail Store
Mini Mart


Civilian Personnel

Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business March 11. 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. ND. POSITION AND TITLE

77-86 Equal Cpportunity Assistant,
(Typing), CS-361-04/05 or GS-05
78-86 Fuel Distribution System Faint.
Forenan, WS-4255-0
36-86D Firefighter (Structural),
PS-081-03 leading to PS-04
NAF-59-86B marine BEuipnnt Mechanic,
M-8610-l0/Small Engine Repairer,
EWG-8610-08
NAF-95-85A Clerk Typist, AS-322-04
79-86 E uipnent Specialist (Autamotive)
GS-1670-07


ECMATION NBCPO

Sapwly Fire Dept. rec. Serv. Rec. Serv. Supply


Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business on March 13.


ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

90-86 General Supply Specialist,
GS-2001-09


f0CATION Supply


(NBCPO con't)


81-86 Wrehouse Worker,
W-6907-05


supply


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 Ann. No.
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 01-86 (Penymnt/Taqorary/FTi/P
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, 02-86 (LRmanent/Taqmrary/FT/PT
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LG-318-04 03-86 (Permanent and Temporary)
*Secretly (Typing), GS/LG-318-04 04-86 Leading to GS-05, or GSiLGS-318-05 (Permanent and Temfporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS- 05-86 203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/S-203-05
*Acounting echnician, GS/LGS- 06-86 525-04 (Permanent and Temporary)
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525- 07-86 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/tGS-52505 (Permanent and Temporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-2091- 08-86 02 leading to GS/LAG-03, or GSAS-2091-03 (INf) Production Control Clerk, 09-86 GS/ -303-04
Data Transcriber, K ypurh/CRT 1OL86 Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Temporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LGS- 11-86 382-02/03 (Teip. Not to exceed one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 12-86 (Part Time) (Tap. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but incumbents may be noncomxpetitively extended.)
Caier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or MPF-13-86 Sales Store Checker, Lj-209102 (IN, FT/PT)
Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 NAF-14-86 (lIN, FT/PT)
Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NAF-L5-86 Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (INr, T/Pr)
Custodial Worker, /LM3566-01 NF-16-86 ard NVt3-3566-02 (INT, FT/Pr) Food Service Worker, VLWG-7408- NAF-17-86 02 (IN, FT/Pr)
Witer/%.itress, Ukr-7420-O2 NAF-18-86 (INT, FT/PT)
Bartender, UIM-7405-03 NF-19-86 (INT, FT/Pr)
Cook, NtLk-7404-05 NAF-20-86 (INf, FT/Fr)
Child Care Giver/Recreation Aid, WPF-21-86 PS/,GS-0189-03, (INT,FT/Fr) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) NAF-22-86 PS/LG-0189-03 (INT, FT/Pr Club Operations Assistant, WF-23-86 PS-1OI-O4 or Recreation Assistant, LGS-0189-04 (INf, Fr/F)


Location All Cmmands All Qxrlmals
All Cands All Cmmands NBCFO



All mmands All Ommads Caimissary


supply


WIS Schools


Clubs


Recreation Services Recreation Services

All amands

Clubs

Clubs

Clubs Clubs

Recreation Services Pecreation Services Clubs


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


gain or loss on the transfer. An equal division of property that is co-owned by both
spouses does not result in a gain or loss, according to the IRS.
However, the Tax Reform Act
of 1984 changed the rules for divorce property settlements, the IRS said.
If assets are transferred after July 18, 1984, to a
former spouse as a part of a divorce property settlement there will be no gain or loss on the transfer. The transfer
will be treated as a gift from the spouse making the transfer. The adjusted basis in the property of the spouse making the transfer will carry over to the spouse
receiving the property.


3 Daily Gazette Thursday, March 6, 1986


Federal tax tip


Wrong address causes delays

The Post Office has received mail that was delayed because "Guantanamo" was used as part of the address. Consequently, the mail was sent to Guantanamo City, Cuba, which resulted in delays of three months 'to two years.
The following are correct mailing addresses:

Name/Rate/Social Security Number
Box Number and Work Center if applicable
FPO New York 09593

Name/Rate/Social Security Number
Box Number and Work Center if applicable
FBPO Norfolk, Va. 23593

Geographical locations are not to be included as part of FPO addresses.


EMD


The

Saler

AUTos
'71 Pontiac LeMans, 350
cu.in. engine, good body, good engine, $500. Call 3511 AT or 6315 DWH. Available March 17 or 18.

'72 Plymouth Duster, good condition, comes with two extra new tires, $600. Call 4660 DWH.

'70 Chevy Malibu, two new tires, windshield and seat covers, good condition, $1500. Call 4867.
BOAT
One i0x23 pontoon boat, 55hp Evinrude, head, lights, radio. Slip 7 in Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
One child's swing set in
outstanding condition, only four months old, must sell, $70; one 8,000 BTU a/c, $250; one 10,000 BTU a/c, $250 or
both for $425. Call YN2 Rose at 4272 or 4832 DWH. Can be seen at Villamar 605C between 5:30 and 6:15 p.m. Must sell,
packing out soon and unable to take. Serious inquiries only.
FURNITURE
Four-post bed, vanity and armoire, circa 1926, $75. Call 2518 after 1 p.m.

Bentwood rocking chair, $10; coffee table, $10. Call 3252 after noon.
----------------------Matching dark brown sofa, chair and ottoman, $150;
dining room set including china cabinet and end pieces,
$300; portable bar, $100; wooded rocker, $30; wood and wicker rocker, $50; desk,
$50; 12x24 mauve rug, $100. Call 4863 AWH.

Child's rocker, excellent condition, $25. Call 4867.
AIR CONDITIONKS
Whirlpool 12,000 BTU;
Whirlpool 8,000 BTU. Both with energy saver settings. PMS every six months. Both excellent working condition. Asking $400 for both. Call 6463 AT.

One 21,000 BTU (220v); 11,000 BTU (llOv); 6,000 BTU and 7,500 BTU. All four units for $350. Call Bob at 3740 AWH or 4164 DWH.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Beta VWR recorder, $200. Call 4660 DWH.
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Sansui 990OZ amplifier with quartz DLL synthesizer tuners and touch selectable pre-set stations. Has digital display
and frequency range finder, excellent condition, asking $75. Call 4687 AT.
BABY ITEMS
Crib mattress, excellent condition, $20; baby swing, $10; deluxe baby stroller, $30. Call 3252 after noon.
TELEVISION
Portable color TV, $25. Call Bob at 3740 AWH or 4164 DWH.
APPLIANCES
Sears Kenmore washer, brown, good condition, $100. Call 3736 AWH.
SERVICES
Will clean your house on a weekly basis or for final inspection. Call Gay at 3722.

I will clean your house for final inspection. I standby for inspection and guarantee it to pass. Call Maria at 3385 AT.
WANTED
Manual or electric typewriter, good condition,
reasonably priced. Call 2518 after 1 p.m.
.......................
Looking for a refrigerator in good working condition. Call 4672 or 4372 DWHl.












Bucks continue streak, beat Nets 119-106


Bradley's winning streak snapped


(UPI) -- The nation's longest college basketball winning streak came to an end last night in the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. Host Tulsa was the villian, defeating ninth-ranked
Bradley, 74-58, snapping the Braves' string of 22
consecutive victories. The decision gives the Golden Hurricane a 23-8 mark, the MVC crown and an automatic
bid to the NCAA Tournament. However, the Braves should receive an at-large bid by virtue of their sparkling overall record of 31-2.
Fourteenth-ranked Indiana built a 48-35 half-time lead and held off number-18 Michigan State the rest of
theway, enroute to a 97-79 victory over the Spartans. The outcome sets up a Big Ten Title showdown between
Indiana and defending champion Michigan this
Saturday on the Wolverines' court. Michigan trails the Hoosiers by one-half game, pending the outcome of
tonight's contest with Ohio State.


The Southeastern Conference Basketball Tournament moves into its second day at Rupp Arena in Lexington. The only member of UPI's Top 20 in that competition is number-four Kentucky.


(UPI) -- Ricky Pierce had the difficult task of subbing for injured All-Star Sidney
Moncrief last night. Pierce responded in M"all-star" fashion, scoring a careerhigh 32 points to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to 119-106 victory over the New Jersey
Nets. For the red-hot Bucks, the victory is their twelfth in the last thirteenth
outings.
It was Atlanta taking Philadelphia 122-114 in
overtime, Boston dropping Chicago 108-97, Cleveland beating Phoenix 115-100, the


Fish fry and tourney Sunday


By John Keefover

The Deer Point COM is having a fishing
tournament and fish fry Sunday, March 9. Prizes will be awarded as follows:
First Place - Most edible fish turned in. Second Place - Largest edible fish turned in.
Third Place - Most edible fish by weight.
Fourth Place - Next to most edible fish by
weight.
The cost is only $3 per person or $8 per family;
however, the club has reserved the Golden Anchor for Sunday, 5:30 - 10:30 a.m., and the cost for the


boat trip is $10 per
person, which also includes the fish fry and food during the trip. We are limited to the first 40 reservations on the boat.
Music will be provided by "Sensation," during the fish fry which starts at 3 p.m. on the COM patio.
The fish must be turned in at the COM by 1 p.m. Sunday.
Call now, 2531, and make your reservations for
either the fish fry or boat trip.
This is a family affair.
All officers and officers equivalent civilians are welcome.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


"They're bores." That was the acidulous summation of a long-time sports fan in New York about the athletes
involved in the drug or booze scandals.
He wearily pointed out that the athletes have everything going for them, fame, money in a large denominations, youth and health.
They either throw it away
or damage it. Why? If you know the answer to that one, please send it forthwith to any of the . major sports commissioners. Then it might
be possible to avoid, or, at least lesson, future problems. No matter what anybody in authority says or does, there will be more.
"Too much, too soon," the oldtimer added. He talked of sports during the Depression, when the athletes thought a few beers on their days off was really whooping it up. There were no drug scandals during the Depression. There were a couple or guys who got
tennis elbow standing at too many bars, but they were far in the minority.
The oldtimer acknowledged that the newsmedia have to give the scandals extensive coverage. Individually and collectively, they are- big stories.
He also noted that, in spite of all the disclosures of the last five or six years, attendance has held
firm.
He said the average fan does not root for individual heroes, he roots for the
teae. The fan may read in his favorite paper, or hear disclosures on radio or television of athletes with clay feet, but come opening day, he will be out there cheering for them, because of


the uniform they wear.
The average fan is really a middle-of-the-road type. He just wants users scolded but not punished. What he really wants is to see a good game, whether it is baseball, basketball or football.
A pat hand usually takes the pot in poker. It is not
always good enough in baseball, but the Kansas City Royals think it will be in the American League this
season.

The Royals will start the season with virtually the
same group that won the American League West, added the pennant, and then got off
the floor to whip the Cardinals in the World Series.
The reason for the optimism in Kansas City is that blue ribbon, pitching staff. The five starters won 75 games among them last year, an
average of 15 a man. They were on the hill for 158 of the 162 games the Royals played. They made the Cardinals look like little leaguers in the last three
games of the World Series.
The fearless five are Bret Saberhagen, Charlie Leibrandt, Danny Jackson, Mark Gubicza and Bud Black.
Saberhagen gets top
billing. He had a 20-and-six record last season, and made the Cards look like jokers in the World Series.
Leibrandt was 17-9, Jackson, 14-12, Gubicza,
14-10, and Black the only minus quantity at 10-15. Bud can do much better than that. I Backing up that quintet was Dan Quisenberry, who had 37 saves, to lead the American League in that department for the fourth year in a row.


Some neutral observers think t-ve Royals may lack punch at the plate. A lot of people thought Kansas City would shop for an outfielder who could add power with a
capital "P."
They did not. The decision was made that the regal Royal pitching staff could carry
the team even if the hitters fail.
George Brett, of course, contributes a lot of pop at
the plate. He hit a nifty .335 last year, with 30 home runs, 112 runs batted in and a league-leading slugging percentage of .585. George is
also all-world at third base.
After Brett, however, the Royals will have to rely either on singles hitters,
Lonnie Smith, Willie Nelson, Darryl Motley, Pat Sheridan, or the ponderous Steve Balboni. Steve clubbed 36 homers last year, a club
record. He also took the "K" 166 times, another club mark.
The biggest competition in the Royals camp this spring will be the battle for the starting job at shortstop.
Onix Concepcion had the job for most of last year, but his batting averaged dropped to .204 from .282 the previous year. He also made a lot of errors.
Buddy Biancalana, considered to be strong in the field but weak at the plate, took over in the World Series. He not only covered the area around shortstop like a tarpaulin, he even got a couple of timely hits.
Manager Dick Howser, a former shortstop himself, is looking forward to the rivalry between the two men.


Los Angeles Lakers mauling Utah 130-84, and Indiana handling Seattle 120-112.
Arthroscopic surgery revealed further damage to the knee of Los Angeles Lakers center Mitch Kupchak. A team spokesman says that scar tissue and bone fragments were removed during the procedure and the NBA veteran will be sidelined for at
least two weeks.
Sam Bowie of the Portland
Trail Blazers will miss the rest of the season after
undergoing surgery to correct a defect in his frequently


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injured leg. The 7-foot-i center, who has played in just 38 games this season, originally broke the leg
while at the--University of Kentucky.
Orlando Woolridge of the Chicago Bulls missed Tuesday night's home game with the Celtics, then skipped last
night's game in Boston. The Bulls fined the NBA veteran one-eighty-second of his annual salary on both occasions. The Bullsthere is no explanation*
the star forward refused to show.


Glimpse


Doral Open Golf Tournament (UPI) -- Past winners-Andy Bean and Jack Nicklaus will be on hand for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the $500,000 Doral Open Golf Tournament beginning today in Miami. Overall, the tournament is attracting one of its best fields ever, including defending champion Mark McCumber and Tom Watson, who is back after an eight-year absence.

0300,000 Kemper Open (UPI) -- The LPGA tour settles on the Hawaiian island of Kauai for the $300,000 Kemper Open, beginning today. Defending champion Jane Blalock heads a field of 144 players, including former Kemper winners. Alcott and Betsy King, as well as the red-hot Mary 4 Zimmerman, who has won the last two LPGA events.

U.S. Women's Indoor Tennis Championships (UPI) -The three top seeds all cruised into the quarter-finals of the $150,000 U.S. Women's Indoor Tennis Championships in New
Jersey. Number-one Martina Navratilova rolled by Czech player Andrea Holikova, 6-Love, 6-4, number two Hana Mandlikova of Czechoslovakia ripped West German Sylvia Hanika, 6-3, 6-2, and number three Pam Shriver sailed by Italy's Raffaella Reggi, 6-1, 6-2.

Traces Of Marijuana Found In Witherspoon (UPI) -WBA Heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon will attend a hearing in Philadelphia tomorrow to explain why a drug test revealed traces of marijuana in his system. Witherspoon
captured the title by defeating Tony Tubbs in January and the presence of marijuana was revealed by a post-fight drug test.

Gretsky Fires Insurance Goals (UPI) -- Wayne Gretzky was up to his old tricks again last night. The NHL's top scorer fired the game-winning and insurance goals and set up two others as the Edmonton Oilers skated past the Los
Angeles Kings by the comfortable margin of 6-3. Gretzky now has 47 goals this season. It was Hartford pounding Buffalo 5-1, Winnipeg drilling the New York Rangers 4-1, Minnesota getting by Toronto 5-3, and Detroit embarrassing Chicago 8-3.



_ pArea athletics.

Dropping A Line --Quick, what is one of Guantanamo Bay' s most pleasureable weekend activities? How can you sen early morning or evening enjoying the cool breeze of breathtaking Caribbean Sea? Sign up for a group charter community fishing trip aboard the Golden Anchor this Saturday and find the answers to all the questions and more. For more information, contact Tony Smith, 2345.

Diving -- PADI Open Water Dive Course. Registration and pool tryouts will be Thursday, March 13, 4 - 5 p.m. For more information, contact J.L. Gibson, 6169 AT.

Racquet Club -- To encourage participation in tennis and build membership in the organization, the Racquet Club is offering six months of free membership in the club beginning March 1 and ending August 31. Membership includes the use of the club facilities located on Radio Point and participation at no charge in tournaments sponsored by the club during the above six-month period.
Membership in the Racquet Club is open to all base residents, military and civilian personnel, U.S. and non-U.S. citizens, singles, and family members. If you play tennis or want to learn, we need you in our organization.Applications for membership are available at the clubho
on tournament weekends or from the following members: Mart]M Stout, 4539; Mona Rieck, 2666; or Kathy Roghe, 2423. For more information, call any of the above members.

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 Marian Parker, 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5.

Women's Volleyball -- All ladies wishing to form a team for the Ladies Volleyball League, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, 2560, or Petty Officer Lowell, 2152 or 2125. Leeward Point residents may contact Petty Officer Agnew Geer, 6439.


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O'e' Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 44 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Thursday, March 6, 1986 Committees reject Contra aid proposal #l) -President Reagan met th two preliminary defeats on a proposed $100 million aid package for the Contra rebels in Nicaragua. Aid to the Contras had its first two congressional tests yesterday. The House Intelligence Connittee turned down the President's request, 9-7. Nine of the 10 Democrats on the committee voted against it, while all six Republicans, plus one Democrat supported it. About one hour later, in another expected party-line split, the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on the Western Hemisphere voted 8-5 to report the proposal unfavorable to the full committee. Reagan said afterward, if members of Congress pretend the strategic threat in Nicaragua will go away, they are courting disaster. He said history will hold them accountable. Secretary of State George Schultz prepared a final pitch for the aid before a full House Foreign Affairs Committee vote today. The House Appropriations and Armed Services Conmittees also scheduled votes today. Speaker Thomas O'Neil has scheduled a full House vote for March 19. .New FTG Building -Laborers construct the new Fleet Training Group Instruction Building, working on the building's footings. To be used to instruct sailors, the two story, 32,000 square foot building with a signal tower, is slated for occupancy in December 1986. The new building will replace the present FTG building. (Photo by Lt. Dick Tremain) Soviet space probe surveys Halley's comet (UPI) -A Soviet space probe penetrated Halley's Comet this morning. The Soviet Vega-l space probe hurtled through the dust surrounding Halley's Comet to transmit man's first view of the nucleus of the famous celestial visitor. Soviet and American scientists at the space Research Institute in the Soviet Union applauded as a nucleus estimated at only two to two-and-a-half miles across burst into view on their control room television screens. After six years of fanning, the mission came down to a tense 30 minute dash from a distance of 60,000 miles to only 6,000 miles fra the core. Racing toward Halley's Conet at 48 miles a second, the space probe began encountering increasing amounts of particles that could have proved fatal. Scientists at' the control roam and television viewers across the Soviet Union watched as the Vega-1 reached its nearest point to the core with its instruments still working. The computer image of Halley's Comet showed a yellow center surrounded by a hard blue and then a lighter purple halo. One color-enhanced photo showed a jagged-edged blue mass with a greenish center surrounded by a pinkish corona. In others, the outer area of the egg-shaped mass was blue, turning toward the center to red and finally white. Scientists say the colors indicated varying intensity of light and perhaps greater mass toward the center of the comet. (UPI) -Philippine Cardinal Jaime Sin is in Rane to brief Pope John Paul today on the situation in the Philippines since the ouster of President Ferdinand Marcos. At a news conference yesterday, the cardinal told reporters he expects some of his country's Communist rebels to lay down their arms. Sin says he has received word from a priest with close rebel ties that some guerrillas will surrender March 17. That is a national holiday in the Philippines. Sin says if the Philippine Catholic Church had not taken the position it did in declaring the presidential election a fraud, "there could have been violence and bloodshed." Sin, a long-time Marcos opponent, denied he was responsible for the downfall of Marcos. Said the cardinal, "It was prayer that saved the country." Duvalier planning memoirs (UPI) -Haiti's former president-for-life says he left his country last month, "to-prevent a bloodbath." In a Swiss newspaper interview today, Jean-Clatde Duvalier also says he plans to write his memoirs, in which he will reply to the various charges leveled against him. Duvalier currently is living in temporary exile in France. Around the globe Marcos Not Legally Privileged (UPI) -Ferdinand Marcos is finding out he is no more legally privileged than the average American citizen. A San Francisco newspaper, The Examiner, reports the ousted Philippine President had a temper tantrum when State Department officials said the government cannot protect him from lawsuits and Congressional probes. Marcos is suspected of having some $30 billion in U.S. holdings. Military Shuttle Delayed (UPI) -A U.S. congressman wants to know why a military shuttle flight was delayed by cold weather last year. Representative Edward Markey says the decision-making process in delaying a January 1985 launch should be contrasted with what happened before the Challenger's fatal lift-off. Markey agrees with Challenger Comnission Chairman William Rogers that the process five weeks ago was flawed. Store Removes Baby Food (UPI) -A Long Island, N.Y., grocery store is the latest to remove certain jars of baby food from its shelves. A six-month-old Manhasset infant was treated for cuts inside his mouth after eating Beech-Nut food purchased at the store. The FDA has received more than 130 complaints of glass in baby food jars in 30 states since February 21. Storm Socks Northern Plains (UPI) -A winter storm fran Canada socked the Northern Plains yesterday, dusting an area from North Dakota to upper Michigan with snow. The storm dumped six inches on Rhinelander, Wis., where two children were slightly injured when a school bus and a tractor-trailer collided on a snow-covered highway. Travelers' advisories were posted in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. Iran Claims Execution (UPI) -The wife of a kidnapped Frenchnan reportedly excuted in Lebanon says the report may be a political move. She says the captors may want the French government to give in to Iranian demands for his release. The pro-Iranian Islamic Jihad claims it executed Michel Seurat, who was kidnapped in Beirut last May. She feels the possible ploy could affect French parliamentary elections in two weeks. General Electric Strike Continues (UPI) -Picket lines went up around three General Electric Company aircraft engine plants in Massachusetts late yesterday as union members voted to continue a 12-day-old strike by 8,300 workers. Negotiations between union and company officials are set to resume this morning. Greece Boots Out Guru (UPI) -Officials in Greece booted Indian Guru Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh out of the country yesterday, sending the philosopher packinq off to Spain. Rajneesh was ordered deported after drawing the wrath of the conservative Greek Orthodox Church by advocating the abolition of religion. His one-month tourist visa would have expired next week. w4 ENews of the bay Live-fire" Exercises Slated -"Live-fire" exercises will be held on Leeward Point March 12. Firings will be from Rec Hill, south across the airfield ard nqrth into the Hicacal impact area. A variety of weapons will be fired and residents can expect to see the airfield illuminated by mortars. Firings will take place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and 10 to 11 p.m. The NAVBASE and NAS duty offices will be notified of conmencement and completion of firing exercises. Hot areas will be included in the weekly fire schedule. Watch TV8 for current information on the day of the firings. Inside Page 2 -Girl Scout Week Upcoming Page 2 -Red Cross Seeks Contributions Page 3 -Job Market Page 4 -College Winning Streak Snapped Page 4 -WBA: Atlanta, Boston Winners WAR. Philippine cardinal briefs Pope Paul

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te Alcoholics Anonymous -There is a "Big Book" discussion group of Alcoholics Annonymous being held tonight, 8 -9 p.m., at the Leeward Point Chapel. Pony Express -The Windjammer Club welcomes the "Pony Express" tomorrow and Saturday nights, 8 p.m. for your dancing and listening pleasure. Fil-Am Induction Ball -The 1986 Fil-Am Induction Ball is Saturday, March 8, 7 p.m. -1 a.m., at the club grounds. The public is invited. Ticket prices are $5 for members, and $10 for non-members. Dress is semi-formal. For tickets, call Doris Bartolome, 4653 DWH, or 3507 AWH, or I.D. Dualan, 2601 DWH, or 2908 AWH. TV Cable Installation -The TV cable contractor is installing TV cable drops in Oil Point, Corinaso Point and Ocean View housing areas through March 10. Hours of installation are Monday through Saturday, noon -5 p.m.; and Sunday, noon -5 p.m. If someone in your household will not be available during these hours, please contact the contractor, 2510, for an installation appointment. BEQ Advisory Board Meeting -There will be a manditory BEQ Advisory Board meeting Monday, March 10, 1 p.m., B Complex Lounge, at the Gold Hill Towers. Auxiliary Firefighters -There will be a maditory meeting for all auxiliary firefighters on Tuesday, March 11, 1 p.m., at Fire Station Number One. Petty Officer Exams -The Petty Officer First Class exam is Tuesday, March 11, 7:15 a.m., at the Windjammer Club. The candidates should muster with I.D. card and be in the uniform of the day. W.T. Sampson High School Advisory Council -The W.T. Sampson High School Advisory Council is seeking candidates for next year's council. Any parent interested in holding a position on this council or needs additional information, please call Linda Sayko, 2650. NSGA/CO0L" Women' s Club -The monthly meeting of th NSGA/CO"L" Women's Club will be held March 12, 7 p.m., at Donna Fedoriska's home, CB 1217, 2255. 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. HospitalityKits -Would those people that have hospitality kits checked out from the Family Service Center, that have received their household goods, Mardi Gras Dinner Dance -The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring a Mardi Gras Dinner Dance Sunday, March 15, at the Barrel Club. On the menu is "Steamship Round," with all the trimmings. Tickets are $7.50 per person, with 80 percent of all proceeds donated to charities. See any Knight for tickets. Pre-Teen Club -The Pre-Teen Club is having Bingo Tuesday, March 15, 6:30 -9:30 p.m., in the W.T. Sampson Elementary School multi-purpose room. The cost for members is $2, and $2.50 for non-mambers. For more information, call Margie Bolin, 3195. g azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Cpt. Jon Colon S .Cmmander, U. S. Naval Base It. Quir. Rick Fischer, USNM.Public Affairs Officer J01 Stazey Byinton.Assistant Pblic Affairs Officer J02 ei G>lmaeu,URN .M n? B3itr J03 Tei Thomas, USM.Asss tEdtor Mrs. Diane memane .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Eimoff.Predution Assistan Nathan Drbn .Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stuent Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields .Staff Assistant :_t. Qer. Cary Mory .Reservist Support R12 Ste-en Atkinson .2. .EsrvitE npodf The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station naspa rs, under the direction of tbe public affairs officer. The Daily Gzette is printed five times a week at government expense on government egi nt, at the Rvy Publications and Printinm Service Branch Offie. Te opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departent or Cmarier, U.S. Naval Base. Wine festival slated during German ship visit The First Annual Spring Wine Festival to celebrate the visit of four German naval ships is scheduled for April 12, according to CWO2 Ron Parker, Fleet Training Group (FTG). The Spring Wine Festival, coupled with the visit of our German friends, provides an excellent opportunity for us to display our generous hospitality and participate in a worthwhile cultural exchange. FTG is sponsoring the event. Those people who speak German or who have visited Germany are encouraged to attend, as well as everyone else. The Federal Republic of Germany task group will visit here April 11 -18. The ships scheduled to visit are FGS Red Cross seeks more money for disaster aid By Luis Sanquirico Red Cross is congressionally chartered to render assistance during natural disasters. The program is totally separate from the "Service To Families Program" found at all military installations. Last year was the "year of disasters," actually the third year in this century in which five or more hurricanes struck the U.S. mainland. The U.S. also had countless tornados, mud slides, and a myriad of other disasters that contributed to the depletion of the annual disaster fund established by Red Cross. Prior to the recent floods in many states out West, Red Cross had committed almost $47 million to relief for the victims of disasters. That placed the disaster budget $12 million in the red. On November 7, 1985, Red Cross initiated a special disaster campaign to replenish the already depleted disaster funds. Since then, we have had two donors who felt this campaign to be a "human" responsibility. Their contributions have totaled $40. We always here about "charity starting at home." Well, this is the time for all Americans to unite in the effort to ensure that Red Cross is financially prepared to cope with the deficit, and that they can cope with providing aid to disaster victims between now and the end of the fiscal year. The Red Cross deficit has now reached $25 million and the effort to gain contributions has doubled. Any person desiring to make a contribution can do so by bringing their donation to the Red Cross (Bldg. 928 -next to Sound Scene), or by mailing donations to American Red Cross Disaster Relief Campaign, P.O. Box 37243, Washington, D.C. 20013. "We'll help, will you?" Rommel (D187) FGS Koeln (F211), FGS Enden (F210) and FGS Freiburg (A1413). The Wine Festival is scheduled to be held at the Barrel Club April 12, 6 p.m. The cost per person will be $12, and German food and beverages will be included. Since a limited number of seats are available (approximately 150) it is requested that reservations be made early by calling 4515. Dress will be casual. Additionally, any cosnand, group or individual interested in entertaining our German friends during the visit for dinner parties, picnics or other social events, should contact CW02 Ron Parker, 4515, to coordinate a schedule. I superior Performance -Stan Kromfols (right), Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office, recently received a sustained superior performance award from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. (Photo by PH2 Stephen Atkinson) Girl Scout Week begins next week (Girl Scout Headquarters) -of voices in song as Girl If we wanted to tell you Scouts of all ages gather about all the great aspects around the campfire. of scouting for girls, adult The world can be a serious volunteers and the community, place for girls growing up we would say, "Girl Scouting today. That is why they need provides a wholesome Girl Scouting more than ever, environment for girls to to help them experience the learn new skills and develop fun snd joy of all that life self-confidence." has to offer. And if they Also, we would say Girl learn a useful skill or two, Scouting helps girls make so much the better. friends and, it prepares them Adults also need fun, and for the future. that is why so many of them But while these statements give unselfishly of their are true, they leave out one time to work and play in Girl of the best aspects of Girl Scouting. Scouting -the fun! Next week the Girl Scouts Think about it: The celebrate Girl Scout Week. laughter of Brownie Scouts as Let us all join in and wish they help each other prepare the best to our girls and bad rolls for their first their leaders. camping trip; the mile of a If you want to know more young Daisy Scout as she puts about the Girl Scou together her own scapbook of locally, please call Vale memories; the joyous raising Ford, 2144. "Behind the Red Door" The Windward Library hours of operation are: Monday through Wednesday, 9 a.m. -9 p.m.; Thursday and Friday, 9 a.m. -6 p.m.; and Saturday, 9 a.m. -5 p.m. The phone number for the Windward Library is 4541. The Leeward Point Library hours of operation are: Monday, 3 -6:30 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday, 3 7:30 p.m.; and Saturday, noon -4:30 p.m. The phone number for the Leeward Point Library is 6407. Several weeks ago the library wrote to the different states and asked for state tax forms. The library has received Montana 1985 tax forms and instruction booklet; and the New Mexico tax forms and instruction booklet. "Behind The Red Door" brows through the stacks and find new and interesting books they have for you! The Safe Child Book,' by Sherryll Kraizer, (nonfiction) is of your chil and day care centers. Lost Years," by Megan Moran, (non-fiction), is confessions of a woman alcoholic. 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, March 6, 1986 Smokers Anonymous -Smokers Anonymous Group meets every Monday night, 8 p.m., in the education and .o training classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit to q u it smoking, are trying to quit, or want to quit, come and join others with the same goals. It is free and open to sm o k in g the public. For more information, call Lt. Chris Laurent, 3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH.

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ANN. N. POSITION AND TITLE 77-86 78-86 36-86D NAF-59-86B NAF-95-85A 79-86 Equal Opportunity Assistant, (Typing), S-361-04/05 or S-0 Fuel Distribution Systam Maint Foranan, WS-4255-10 Firefighter (Strutural), PS-081-03 leading to PS-04 Marine Bguipnat Mchanic, NA-8610-l0/Shall Engine Repair IWG-8610-08 Clerk Typist, AS-322-04 Bquipnent Specialist (Autatoti GS-1670-07 Applications must be submitted to Civilian Personnel Office by business on March 13. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 80-86 General Supply Specialist, GS-2001-09 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 Wrker F/T Na-1/$3.57 or Lk0-1/$2.30 #154-85 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to D3S-3/$3.42 #2-86 Food Service Wrker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #19-86 Bakery Worker F/f DWG-5/$3. 60 #20-86 Food Service Worker P/T NA-2/$4.03 or 0k-2/$2.63 #21-86 Personalized Services Clerk P/T PS-3/$4.27 or L3S-3/$3.42 #22-86 Visual Rerchardiser F/T PS-5/$4.84 .#23-86 Desk Clerk P/T PS-3/$4.27 or 0S-3/$3.42 #24-86 lead Navy Lodge Bask Clerk F/T PS-4/$4.54 #25-86 Acounting Technician F/T AS-5/$5.01 #26-86 Security Guard P/T US-PS-2/$3.99 or Non-US-PS-2/$2.75 Open Stop Light Im Open Retail Store OpRetail Store Opai Pizza Pub Open Blue Caribe Open Bali Open Personalized Services Open Rtail Store Open Navy Lodge Open Navy Lodge Open Accounting Open Sournd Scene Retail Store Mini Mart (NBCPO con't) 81-86 Warehouse Wrker, WG-6907-05 aly 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/LS-322-03 (Penant/Tanporary/FT/Pr *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, (Penmanent/Temporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 (Permanent and Tamporary) *Secretainy (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Leading to G-05, or GS/LGS-318-05 (Permanent and Taporary) Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LIS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/f.GS-203-05 *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS525-04 (Prmanent and Tanporary) *Accounting 'echnician, GS/LGS-52504 leading to GS-05, or GS/LS-52505 (Permanent and Taporary) Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/EDS-03, or GS/LS-2091-03 (INf) Production Control Clerk, GS/1'E-303-04 Data Transcriber, Keypurch/CRT Entry GS/LX-356-02 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 (Permanent and Tesporary) Telephone Operator, GS/LGS382-02/03 (Tarp. Not to exceed one year) Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 (Part Time) (Tenp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but ircrbents may be norampetitively extended.) Cashier-Oecker, PS-2091-02 or Sales Store Checker, 105-209102 (INT, FI/PP) Recreation Aid, (S/LGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/Pf) Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or Recreation Aid, LG-0189-02 (INT, FI/Pf) Custodial Wrker, NA/1.WG-3566-01 N and NA/L8--3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) Fod Service Worker, NA/LWG-740802 (INf, FT/Pf) Waiter/Waitress, N/LG-7420-02 (INT, FT/Pr) Bartender, NA/qG-7405-03 (INf, FT/PT) Cok, NA/WG-7404-05 (INf, FT/PT) Child Care Giver/Recreation Aid, PS/AS-0l89-03, (INT,FT/Pf) Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) PS/LGS-0189-03 (INF, FI/PT Club Operations Assistant, PS-1101-04 or Recreation Assistant, L0-0189-04 (INf, F/PT) Ann. No. 01-86 02-86 03-86 04-86 05-86 06-86 07-86 Location All Ctmnands All Camnands All crmnands All Catmands All Camnands All amnands 08-86 Catmissary 09-86 FWD 10-86 Supply 11-86 EWD 12-86 WI Schools NAF-13-86 Clubs NAF-14-86 Recreation Services NAF-15-86 Recreation Services NAF-16-86 All Catmands NAF-17-86 Clubs NAF-18-86 Clubs NAF-19-86 Clubs NAF-20-86 Clubs NAF-21-86 creation Services NAF-22-86 Recreation Services 4F-23-86 Clubs *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. ICIJATION NBCPO 5 Supply Fire Dept. Ic. Serv. er, Rec. Serv. ve) Supply the Naval Base the close of LOCATION Supply Federal tax tip (AFPS) -If a taxpayer transferred assets to a former spouse before July 18, 84, as a part of a divorce perty settlement, there y be a gain or loss on the transfer, the Internal Revenue Service said. Generally, the gain or loss is the difference between the adjusted basis of the property and its fair market value at the time of the transfer. If the property has increased in value there may be a taxable gain, while a decrease in value would result in a loss. However, a loss is only deductible if the property is business or investment property. The spouse making the transfer would realize the gain or loss on the transfer. An equal division of property that is co-owned by both spouses does not result in a gain or loss, according to the IRS. However, the Tax Reform Act of 1984 changed the rules for divorce property settlements, the IRS said. If assets are transferred after July 18, 1984, to a former spouse as a part of a divorce property settlement there will be no gain or loss on the transfer. The transfer will be treated as a gift from the spouse making the transfer. The adjusted basis in the property of the spouse making the transfer will carry over to the spouse receiving the property. J Daily Gazette Thursday, March 6, 1986 Civilian Personnel Applications must be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business March 11. 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. Wrong address causes delays The Post Office has received mail that was delayed because "Guantanamo" was used as part of the address. Consequently, the mail was sent to Guantanamo City, Cuba, which resulted in delays of three months to two years. The following are correct mailing addresses: Name/Rate/Social Security Nunber Box Number and Work Center if applicable FPO New York 09593 Name/Rate/Social Security Number Box Number and Work Center if applicable FBPO Norfolk, Va. 23593 Geographical locations are not to be included as part of FPO addresses. The Saler AUTOS '71 Pontiac LeMans, 350 cu.in. engine, good body, good engine, $500. Call 3511 AT or 6315 DWH. Available March 17 or 18. '72 Plymouth Duster, good condition, comes with two extra new tires, $600. Call 4660 DWH. '70 Chevy Malibu, two new tires, windshield and seat covers, good condition, $1500. Call 4867. BOAT One 10x23 pontoon boat, 55hp Evinrude, head, lights, radio. Slip 7 in Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS One child's swing set in outstanding condition, only four months old, must sell, $70; one 8,000 BTU a/c, $250; one 10,000 BTU a/c, $250 or both for $425. Call YN2 Rose at 4272 or 4832 DWH. Can be seen at Villamar 605C between 5:30 and 6:15 p.m. Must sell, packing out soon and unable to take. Serious inquiries only. FURNITURE Four-post bed, vanity and armoire, circa 1926, $75. Call 2518 after 1 p.m. Bentwood rocking chair, $10; coffee table, $10. Call 3252 after noon. Matching dark brown sofa, chair and ottoman, $150; dining room set including china cabinet and end pieces, $300; portable bar, $100; wooded rocker, $30; wood and wicker rocker, $50; desk, $50; 12x24 mauve rug, $100. Call 4863 AWH. Child's rocker, excellent condition, $25. Call 4867. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 12,000 BTU; Whirlpool 8,000 BTU. Both with energy saver settings. PMS every six months. Both excellent working condition. Asking $400 for both. Call 6463 AT. One 21,000 BTU (220v); 11,000 BTU (110v); 6,000 BTU and 7,500 BTU. All four units for $350. Call Bob at 3740 AWH or 4164 DWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Beta tCR recorder, $200. Call 4660 WH. Sansui 9900Z amplifier with quartz DLL synthesizer tuners and touch selectable pre-set stations. Has digital display and frequency range finder, excellent condition, asking $75. Call 4687 AT. BABY ITEMS Crib mattress, excellent condition, $20; baby swing, $10; deluxe baby stroller, $30. Call 3252 after noon. TELEVISION Portable color TV, $25. Call Bob at 3740 AWH or 4164 DWH. APPLIANCES Sears Kerinore washer, brown, good condition, $100. Call 3736 AWH. SERVICES Will clean your house on a weekly basis or for final inspection. Call Gay at 3722. I will clean your house for final inspection. I standby for inspection and guarantee it to pass. Call Maria at 3385 AT. WANTED Manual or electric typewriter, good condition, reasonably priced. Call 2518 after 1 p.m. Looking for a refrigerator in good working condition. Call 4672 or 4372 DWH.

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.3 Bucks continue streak, beat Nets 119-106 (UPI) -Ricky Pierce had the Los Angeles Lakers mauling injured leg. The 7-foot-1 difficult task of subbing for Utah 130-84, and Indiana center, who has played in injured All-Star Sidney handling Seattle 120-112. just 38 games this season, Mbncrief last night. Pierce Arthroscopic surgery originally broke the leg responded in "all-star" revealed further damage to While at the University of fashion, scoring a careerthe knee of Los Angeles Kentucky. (UPI) -The nation's longest college basketball winning streak came to an end last night in the championship game of the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. Host Tulsa was the villian, defeating ninth-ranked Bradley, 74-58, snapping the Braves' string of 22 consecutive victories. The decision gives the Golden Hurricane a 23-8 mark, the MVC crown and an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. However, the Braves should receive an at-large bid by virtue of their sparkling overall record of 31-2. Fourteenth-ranked Indiana built a 48-35 half-time lead and held off number-18 Michigan State the rest of therway, enroute to a 97-79 victory over the Spartans. The outcome sets up a Big Ten Title showdown between Indiana and defending champion Michigan this Saturday on the Wolverines' court. Michigan trails the Hoosiers by one-half game, pending the outcome of tonight's contest with Ohio State. The Southeastern Conference Basketball Tournament moves into its second day at Rupp Arena in Lexington. The only member of UPI's Top 20 in that competition is number-four Kentucky. By John Keefover The Deer Point COM is having a fishing tournament and fish fry Sunday, March 9. Prizes will be awarded as follows: First Place -Most edible fish turned in. Second Place -Largest edible fish turned in. Third Place -Most edible fish by weight. Fourth Place -Next to most edible fish by weight. The cost is only $3 per person or $8 per family; however, the club has reserved the Golden Anchor for Sunday, 5:30 -10:30 a.m., and the cost for the high 32 points to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to 119-106 victory over the New Jersey Nets. For the red-hot Bucks, the victory is their twelfth in the last thirteenth outings. It was Atlanta taking Philadelphia 122-114 in overtime, Boston dropping Chicago 108-97, Cleveland beating Phoenix 115-100, the boat trip is $10 per person, which also includes the fish fry and food during the trip. We are limited to the first 40 reservations on the boat. Music will be provided by "Sensation," during the fish fry which starts at 3 p.m. on the COM patio. The fish must be turned in at the COM by 1 p.m. Sunday. Call now, 2531, and make your reservations for either the fish fry or boat trip. This is a family affair. All officers and officers equivalent civilians are welcome. The Sportsman By Charles Morey "They're bores." That was the acidulous summation of a long-time sports fan in New York about the athletes involved in the drug or booze scandals. He wearily pointed out that the athletes have everything going for them, fame, money in a large denominations, youth and health. They either throw it away or damage it. Why? If you know the answer to that one, please send it forthwith to any of the major sports commissioners. Then it might be possible to avoid, or, at least lesson, future problems. No matter what anybody in authority says or does, there will be more. "Too much, too soon," the oldtimer added. He talked of sports during the Depression, when the athletes thought a few beers on their days off was really whooping it up. There were no drug scandals during the Depression. There were a couple or guys who got tennis elbow standing at too many bars, but they were far in the minority. The oldtimer acknowledged that the news media have to give the scandals extensive coverage. Individually and collectively, they are big stories. He also noted that, in spite of all the disclosures of the last five or six years, attendance has held firm. He said the average fan does not root for individual heroes, he roots for the team. The fan may read in his favorite paper, or hear disclosures on radio or television of athletes with clay feet, but come opening day, he will be out there cheering for them, because of 4 Daily Gazette the uniform they wear. The average fan is really a middle-of-the-road type. He just 'wants users scolded but not punished. What he really wants is to see a good game, whether it is baseball, basketball or football. A pat hand usually takes the pot in poker. It is not always good enough in baseball, but the Kansas City Royals think it will be in the American League this season. The Royals will start the season with virtually the same group that won the American League West, added the pennant, and then got off the floor to whip the Cardinals in the World Series. The reason for the optimism in Kansas City is that blue ribbon pitching staff. The five starters won 75 games among them last year, an average of 15 a man. They were on the hill for 158 of the 162 games the Royals played. They made the Cardinals look like little leaguers in the last three games of the World Series. The fearless five are Bret Saberhagen, Charlie Leibrandt, Danny Jackson, Mark Gubicza and Bud Black. Saberhagen gets top billing. He had a 20-and-six record last season, and made the Cards look like jokers in the World Series. Leibrandt was 17-9, Jackson, 14-12, Gubicza, 14-10, and Black the only minus quantity at 10-15. Bud can do much better than that. Backing up that quintet was Dan Quisenberry, who had 37 saves, to lead the American League in that department for the fourth year in a row. Some neutral observers think the Royals may lack punch at the plate. A lot of people thought Kansas City would shop for an outfielder who could add power with a capital "P." They did not. The decision was made that the regal Royal pitching staff could carry the team even if the hitters fail. George Brett, of course, contributes a lot of pop at the plate. He hit a nifty .335 last year, with 30 home runs, 112 runs batted in and a league-leading slugging percentage of .585. George is also all-world at third base. After Brett, however, the Royals will have to rely either on singles hitters, Lonnie Smith, Willie Nelson, Darryl Motley, Pat Sheridan, or the ponderous Steve Balboni. Steve clubbed 36 homers last year, a club record. He also took the "K" 166 times, another club mark. The biggest competition in the Royals camp this spring will be the battle for the starting job at shortstop. Onix Concepcion had the job for most of last year, but his batting averaged dropped to .204 from .282 the previous year. He also made a lot of errors. Buddy Biancalana, considered to be strong in the field but weak at the plate, took over in the World Series. He not only covered the area around shortstop like a tarpaulin, he even got a couple of timely hits. Manager Dick Howser, a former shortstop himself, is looking forward to the rivalry between the two men. Lakers center Mitch Kupchak. A team spokesman says that scar tissue and bone fragments were removed during the procedure and the NBA veteran will be sidelined for at least two weeks. Sam Bowie of the Portland Trail Blazers will miss the rest of the season after undergoing surgery to correct a defect in his frequently Orlando Woolridge of the Chicago Bulls missed Tuesday night's home game with the Celtics, then skipped last night's game in Boston. The Bulls fined the NBA veteran one-eighty-second of his annual salary on both occasions. The Bulls there is no explanation the star forward refused to show. Fish fry and tourney Sunday Bradley's winning streak snapped Glimpse Doral Open Golf Tournament (UPI) -Past winners-Andy Bean and Jack Nicklaus will be on hand for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the $500,000 Doral Open Golf Tournament beginning today in Miami. Overall, the tournament is attracting one of its best fields ever, including defending champion Mark McCumber and Tom Watson, who is back after an eight-year absence. $300,000 Kemper Open (UPI) -The LPGA tour settles on the Hawaiian island of Kauai for the $300,000 Kemper Open, beginning today. Defending champion Jane Blalock heads a field of 144 players, including former Kemper winners Alcott and Betsy King, as well as the red-hot Mary Zitmerman, who has won the last two LPGA events. U.S. Women's Indoor Tennis Championships (UPI) -The three top seeds all cruised into the quarter-finals of the $150,000 U.S. Women's Indoor Tennis Championships in New Jersey. Number-one Martina Navratilova rolled by Czech player Andrea Holikova, 6-Love, 6-4, number two Hana Mandlikova of Czechoslovakia ripped West German Sylvia Hanika, 6-3, 6-2, and number three Pam Shriver sailed by Italy's Raffaella Reggi, 6-1, 6-2. Traces Of Marijuana Found In Witherspoon (UPI) -WBA Heavyweight champion Tim Witherspoon will attend a hearing in Philadelphia tomorrow to explain why a drug test revealed traces of marijuana in his system. Witherspoon captured the title by defeating Tony Tubbs in January and the presence of marijuana was revealed by a post-fight drug test. Gretsky Fires Insurance Goals (UPI) -Wayne Gretzky was up to his old tricks again last night. The NHL's top scorer fired the game-winning and insurance goals and set up two others as the Edmonton Oilers skated past the Los Angeles Kings by the comfortable margin of 6-3. Gretzky now has 47 goals this season. It was Hartford pounding Buffalo 5-1, Winnipeg drilling the New York Rangers 4-1, Minnesota getting by Toronto 5-3, and Detroit embarrassing Chicago 8-3. Area athletics Dropping A Line --Quick, what is one of Guantanamo Bay' s most pleasureable weekend activities? How can you spend early morning or evening enjoying the cool breeze of breathtaking Caribbean Sea? Sign up for a group charter r community fishing trip aboard the Golden Anchor this Saturday and find the answers to all the questions and more. For more information, contact Tony Smith, 2345. Diving -PADI Open Water Dive Course. Registration and pool tryouts will be Thursday, March 13, 4 -5 p.m. For more information, contact J.L. Gibson, 6169 AT. Racquet Club -To encourage participation in tennis and build membership in the organization, the Racquet Club is offering six months of free membership in the club beginning March 1 and ending August 31. Membership includes the use of the club facilities located on Radio Point and participation at no charge in tournaments sponsored by the club during the above six-month period. Membership in the Racquet Club is open to all base residents, military and civilian personnel, U.S. and non-U.S. citizens, singles, and family members. If you play tennis or want to learn, we need you in our organization. Applications for membership are available at the clubho on tournament weekends or from the following members: Mart Stout, 4539; Mona Rieck, 2666; or Kathy Roghe, 2423. For more information, call any of the above members. 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 Marian Parker, 4992 AWH. Entry fee is $5. Women's Volleyball -All ladies wishing to form a team for the Ladies Volleyball League, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, 2560, or Petty Officer Lowell, 2152 or 2125. Leeward Point residents may contact Petty Officer Agnew Geer, 6439. Thursday, March 6, 1986 JrI L Z 3


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