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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



Vol. 42 --No. 45 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, March 7, 1986


Shuttle panel plans to hold public hearing


6lPI) -- The presidential
nel investigating the allenger disaster is weighing the validity of failure scenarios.
The panel today plans to hold a public hearing that is
expected to include testimony about pre-launch trouble with a suspect rocket joint.
The commission plans to
consider the status of salvage operations, studies of failure modes and review a


launch processing and asked former NASA
assembly of the shuttle's administrator James Fletcher solid-fuel rockets, to replace James Beggs as the
Ccmmission Chairman William chief of the troubled space Rogers and other panel agency. members assembled at the Beggs resigned last week to Kennedy Space Center in fight a federal indictment Florida yesterday. They had a unrelated to his tenure with secret session to review the NASA. results of field trips made Fletcher did not respond by working groups to other publicly to Reagan's request, NASA centers earlier in the but he has said in the past week. he does not want the job
President Reagan yesterday again.


WNews of the bay



Power Outages -- There are scheduled power outages for annual maintenance on Power Plant One Substation:


Tuesday, March 11, Industrial area from admin Radio Point Paola Point Admin Hill Tryzna Village Oil Point Industrial Area
NEX Main Store Commissary Treasure and Trivia


7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Hill to Oil Point
Rodgers Road
SIMA Blgs. 798 and 835
Pier Victor
Floating Dry Dock
Fleet Laundry DOD Warehouse NEX Warehouse
Milk Plant


Wednesday, March 12, 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30 - 4 p.m. Industrial Area from Oil Point to Admin Hill Tryzna Village


Thursday, March 13, Radio Point
Paola Point Admin Hill
Oil Point Industrial Area NEX Main Store Commissary Treasure and Trivia


7:30 - 11:30 a.m. SIMA Bldgs. 798 and 835 Pier Victor
Floating Dry Dock Fleet Laundry DOD Warehouse NEX Warehouse
Milk Plant


Rodgers Road
Public Works Utilities will be shifting power in
order to maintain power to as many buildings possible. Only brief outages are expected for major buildings. If
your building has power, failure to minimize use may result in total power loss.


..-Fight


schedule

Flight Schedule For March 10-14


iodine released in-Northwest in late 1940s

document reveals contamination


(UPI) -- Newly declassified documents indicate the federal government allowed
the release of radio-active iodine over vast sections of Washington and Oregon in the late 1940s.
The plume of radio-active Iodine-131 was ejected in December 1949 from the
Hanford Nuclear Reservation in southwest Washington.
The documents say the
radio-activity spread as far



Mast results

.6, Captain's Mst, Naval ir Station: One E-4 guilty of violating of U2M Arts. 89 and 90, disrespect and Illful disobed-nce of a ccamissioned offi, awarded 30 d extra duty,.edction
to E3
Mar. 7, Captain's Mast Naval Station: Oe E-4 guilty of violating UCMJ Art. 121, larceny, awarded 45 days
extra dut, forfeiture of $50 per monh for two months,
reduction to E-3.
Mar. 6, Special Courts
Martial, Naval Station: One E-6 guilty of violating U Art. -134 indecent assault awa3ded0k days confinenen{ at hard labor, 45 days hard labor without confinement, forfeiture of $150 per month for six months, reduction to
E-3.


north as Spokane, Wash.,
about 120 miles away, and as far west as Mount Hood near Portland, Ore., some 250 miles away.
Radio-active iodine is known to collect in the
thyroid gland, where it can produce cancer.
It also is easily transported through milk produced by cows grazing on contaminated grass. Terry strong of the


Washington State Office of Radiation Control says there are no reports of illness
that can be blamed on the release.
The documents released by the Energy Department
indicate the radio-active release came from an experiment with high-grade uranium produced at a plutonium conversion plant in Hanford.


AIDS- "missinglink" may be found


(UPI) - Researchers say they may have found the "missing link" to how AIDS could be spread from women to men. Scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and the University of
California in San Francisco say the AIDS virus has been
found for the first time in high-risk women.
The women used in the study were either prostitutes, drug users or had sex with men who had AIDS.
Results of the study were published in the British journal Lancet.
Researchers caution that the discovery does not prove the AIDS virus can be


transmitted from females to males through sexual intercourse, but they say the findings should make
heterosexuals wary of casual sex.
AIDS destroys the body's
ability to fight disease. It has been primarily linked to homosexual and bisexual males
and intravenous drug abusers in the U.S.


Correction
The wine festival
scheduled April 12 is for "officers" only. Other activities are being
planned.


Date MON
TUE TUE TUE WED THU FRI FRI FRI


A/C
C-9B Medevac C-12 (11-13)
727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (12-14)
C-141 Cargo C-12 (14-17) 727 MAC
727 MAC


Departure 11:50 a.m. 8:00 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 Montego Bay Kingston Norfolk Puerta Plata Roosey Road Montego Bay
Kingston Norfolk


Arrival 1:50 p.m. 8:45 a.m.
1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m.
9:00 a.m. 12:10 p.m. 8:45 a.m.
1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m.


1. Active duty personnel flying on MAC aircraft must
travel in the uniform of the day at destination or
service dress blues.
2. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry.
3. Ticketed passengers must bring ticket and luggage
between 8 - 10 a.m. for Kingston and 10 - 11:45
a.m. for Norfolk. Kingston ferry is 10:30 a.m. and
Norfolk is 1:30 p.m.


UWeekend on TV8


Saturday


Noon
2:00 p.m. 2: 30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 6:30 p.m.


Movie: "Bogie" CNN Headline News College Basketball: SBC Championship Pro Bowlers �The -World At War CNN Headline News


Sunday
12:30 p.m. CNN Headline News 1:00 p.m. College Basketball: ACC Championship 3:00 p.m. All-Star Wrestling 3:50 p.m. Information Special "Space Flight-One Giant
Leap"
4:50 p.m. Movie: "Paint Me A Murder" 6:05 p.m. Just Jazz 6:30 p.m. CNN Headline News

Inside


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- Passport Service Available Here
- Put Tax Dollars In Your Pocket
- Overweight Americans
- Big Ten Season Ends
- The Sportsman














the


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


Fil-. Induction Ball -- The 1986 Fil-Am Induction Ball is tomorrow, 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.

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 who
needs additional information, please call Linda Sayko,
2650.

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.

Leeward Point Civic Council -- There will be a Leeward Point Civil Council meeting Wednesday, March
12, 7 - 9 p.m., at the Leeward Point Community Center.
All Leeward Point residents are urged to attend.

PV1)Nursery -- The FWD Nursery will re-open
Thursday, March 12, for the issue of plants and shrubs.
Your patience has been appreciated.

Teen Club Rollerskate Party -- There is a Teen
Club Roller Skating party in the pit of the high
school, Saturday, March 15, 7 - 9:30 p.m. There will be
music and munchies. The cost for members is $1.50, and
$2 for non-members. For more inforation, call Mary Kay
Elsener, 3195.

Navy Exchange -- Remember to shop your NEX Retail
Store and Mini-Mart for your kids Easter candy,
baskets, and egg colors.

Navy Exchange -- Shop your NEX for your everyday
needs. Stop in and check-out all the new merchandise
throughout the store.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX is receiving new clothing
in the children, men, and ladies department every week.
So, stop by and take a look.

Navy Exchange -- For those of you who want that favorite chair to relax in after work, the NEX has
received recliners in various colors. Stop by and get
yours today.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Capture that special
event on film. The MCX has just received a nice
selection of quality brand name cameras and assorted
accessories, zoom lenses, power winders and speed
lights. Shop early for the best selection.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Do you like the
comforting feel of fresh bed linens? Sheets make the
difference. New sheets, colorful florals, you name the style, we have it. The MCX housewares department is the
place to shop.






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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN...............Ommader, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qdr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
JOl StaceByington .............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Guillebeau, USN ......................Managinr Bitor
J03 Teri Thmas, USN............ , ...............Assistan Bitor
Mrs. Diane Amnenman .................. ................ Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Nathan Durbin ............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. QuIr. Gary Mrey ............................ Rservist Support
P(2 Stephen-AEkinson........................eservist i3o-fThe Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for chip and station n swpaers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily GasEtte is printed five times a wiek at goverrmnt expense on government equipnet, at the Navy Publications and Printin Service Branch Offic. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Coimander, U.S. Naval Base.


Preparation can put money in your pocket


By Tony Hall


Nathaniel Webster defined income tax in his dictionary between headache and intimidation. With a bit of
solid preparation you can put income tax back into the folds of your wallet and avoid the asprin.
The first step is to choose
the proper form. Income tax forms can be obtained here from the base legal office, library, or post office.
Singles who earn less than $50,000 income and do not
itemize should file the 1040EZ.
The 1040A, or short form,
has limited deductions and is for married couples or single
individuals, with or without dependents. The 1040,
nicknamed the long form, is for everyone else. Though more complicated, the extra time spent with the 1040 may pay big dividends.
In addition to selecting the most applicable form, look over the supplement
schedules for added adjustments or deductions. Included among these are Schedule One, the credit for married couples when both work, and Schedule G for income averaging.
Once you determine the necessary form, or forms, find an area with plenty of space to spread out your
tools. The basics include a calculator, an ink pen, some scratch paper, a stapler, and your W-2 forms, and bank statements. If you are filing either the 1040A, or 1040,
you will also need checkbook registers and other receipts.
The best clue to what you will need is to look at the itemization sheet, and determine the receipts you


Passport service

available here

By Sally Wellen

All U.S. citizens traveling abroad are required to obtain
individual passports in their own names. As of January 1, 1983, regular passports are valid for 10 years from the date of issue for adults, and
five years from the date of issue for passports issued to children under 18-year olds.
Passports cannot be renewed.
An "Application for Passport by Mail" (DSP-82) should be used to apply for a new passport.
The applicant must complete the Form DSP-82 and mail it with the most recent previous passport, required photographs (two 2"x2"), and fee, $35, to the appropriate passport issuing office. A separate check or money
order, made payable to Passport Services, must be
submitted with each application. Currency should not be sent.
Applicants not eligible to use Form DSP-82, must
complete a Form DSP-II, "Passport Application," and have it executed in person
before a passport agent. The passport fee is $27, for people under 18-years old, and $42 for over 18-years
old. The fee for the execution of the application is $7.
For DSP-82 or DSP-1 Forms,
contact Sally Wellen, passport agent, PSD Transportation, 4489 or 4417. Regular (tourist) passport service is
available on Wednesdays, 1 3:30 p.m., by appointment only.


Ugly, ugly, ugly!


Always ugly!


Our base is cleaner because


WE CARE


2 Daily Gazette Friday, March 7,. 1986


need before starting. Gathering the necessary paraphernalia is half the battle. Do not let yourself get discouraged.
Once you have everything
you think you need, but decide you want more help, Mr. Ed Delude has been hired by the Navy Exchange to help residents with their taxes. For a small fee, he will help you find all those elusive deductions. He is working out of the Navy Lodge until March 14, and can be reached at



College term

begins Mar. 24

The following basic education courses are being
offered at City Colleges of Chicago Term IV, March 24
through May 16. For more information, call CCC, 4748.
DP 103 is a course of the most widely used computer language and you will learn how to use DP 103 to solve problems in math, science and business.
Color Photography is a
popular course which will enable you to take beautiful
photographs and develop your own pictures.
Aviation Theory and
Certification is offered at Leeward oint. This course is in grounds school, and will prepare students for taking the private pilot
exams. Register early for this popular course.


3103.
For the "do-ityourselfers," the Family
Service Center is sponsoring a lecture by Larry Johnson, a Guantanamo Bay resident. This program is greared specifically for civilian contractors and will be held March 10, 6:30 p.m. For more information, call the Family Service Center, 4153.
Tax tips and other income tax helps will appear in future issues of the Dail Gazette.



Monument to

honor women
Congresswoman Mary Rose Oakar, chairman of the Task Force on Libaries and Memorials of the House Committee on House Administration, announced that the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed H.J. Res. 36, authorizing establishment of a women's military monument in the District of Columbia or its environs.
This monument would serve to honor women who have served in a variety of military occupations since the time of the American Revolution. Congresswoman Oakar commented upon passage of the bill, "The story of women veterans in America is one in which all women can take pride."


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YARD SALE
CP 5A Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon.
AUTO
'71 GMC flatbed pickup, 8-cyl., good condition. Available April 15 or sooner. Call 3630 AWH.
--------------------'71 Pontiac LeMans, 350 cu.in. engine, good body, good engine, $500. Call 3511 AT or 6315 DWH. Available March 17 or 18.
BOAT
1i0x23 pontoon boat, 55hp rude, head, lights, rMio. Slip 7 in Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'79 CM185 Honda Twinstar motorcycle, good condition, asking $550. Available April 14 or sooner. Call 3630 AWH.

'78 Puch moped, excellent running condition, inspection good until November, $100 firm. Call Tony at 3752.

AIR CONDITIONERS
One 24,000 BTU, 11,000 BTU and 8,000 BTU. The 24,000 and 8,000 and two-years old and in excellent condition. The 11,000 in good to excellent condition. Asking $700 for all three or best offer. Will sell separately. Call 3482 after 2 p.m.
Whirlpool 12,00 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.
APPLIANCE
Chest freezer, Sears 12 ct. chest freezer, good c tion, $200. Call 3929 AWE.

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
"EKO" 12-string guitar with hard case. Call 3630 AWH.

Beta WR recorder, $200. Call 4660 DWH.


FURNITURE
Lazy Boy recliner, $175; matching couch and love seat, burnt orange in color, excellent condition, couch $225 and love seat $200. Call 3183 AT.

Wicker rocker, $35. Call 3929
AWH.

Dining room set. Table with one leaf and six chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Mike at 6330 DWH or 4431
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.

WANTED
Seeking dependent wife of junior/senior student to
babysit in my homeduring summer months. Hours are from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Two
children, one 18-months-old and one newborn. Red Cross training desireable. Experience required. Prefer
Tierra K or Kittery Beach area. Pay $240 a month. Call 3140 AWH. Serious inquiries only.

Manual or electric typewriter, good condition, reasonably priced. Call 2518 after 1 p.m.

BOAT ACCESSORIES

Depth finder by Uniden,
model #MC360 with Transom mount transducer. Two ranges 0 to 60 and 0 to 360. Has audible alarm to let you know if you've heading for shallow water or school ot tisn. Brand new, still in box, $160. Call 2593 AWH.


Old Guantanamo Bay -- As we continue Mrs. Betty Cote. She obtained it from Mr. with our old photographs of Guantanamo Bay, George Balamaci, AFRTS Sports in Los we look at the Deer Point Officer's Club in Angeles. August 1951. This photo was submitted by


On a platt

By Sue Hilton

It was not until John was selected for his position here, that I began to
understand what my friends who were military wives truely went through.
Departure date was January 4. The last two weeks were a whirlwind of holidays,
goodbye parties and packing. I was frazzled spending lots of time chattering away and
doing nothing, while John was his usual calm self getting everything done. Driving away from the Mac terminal, I made
plans to keep myself occupied.
My plans and actions
gravitated toward food. I munched my way through Waterside, downtown Norfolk,
all the way to Virginia Beach. My friends thought I looked a little bit pregnant both coming and going. As I knew I would be visiting Guantanamo Bay in March,
February 4 was designated as D-Day/Diet Day. and my preparations were spectacular to say the least.
My freezer looked like it belonged in the Weight Watchers model kitche. My cabinet shelves were an
advertisement for Campbell's Beef Broth; grapefruit pills were in the candy dish and Nutrasweet packets were in the sugar bowl. At the grocery store, my shopping cart automatically stopped in front of the carrots in the


ter



produce line while I was still charging full speed ahead, causing me to break my
toe. That was a plus because it eliminated the 6 a.m.
jogging torture.
On March 21, twenty pounds
lighter, I slithered into my trusty size 8 jeans, and treated myself to the fattening breakfast on the plane. No more diet food for me, hooray. The 60 degree temperature change was pleasing me because I was looking forward to going to "'the beach in a bathing suit
instead of a floppy t-shirt that could have been handed down by the Incredible Hulk.
Now, when the guys in the
band (jockingly) tell me that I look fat, I agree with them. I earned these pounds.
They are the battle scars from experimenting with new foods, re-acquainting myself
with old ones, and enjoying every mouthful. Because there are no commercial breaks here, I have to jog from the chair to the refrigerator so I will not miss part of my program; I count that as exercise, wouldn't you? The cheese dip is courtesy of the Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, and is unusually good.
Harue Murphy brought back
the recipe for homemade Yogurt from Turkey. She uses our local milk and plain yogurt. Please try this.


Hot Smoked Cheddar Cheese Dip With Apples
6 slices of bacon
1 (8-oz.) pkg. cream cheese, chopped
2 cups Cheddar cheese, shredded
1/4 cup half-and-half
1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1/4 tsp. dry mustard 1/4 tsp. onion powder 1/4 tsp. liquid smoke 1/4 tsp. salt
6 unpared Mcintosh or Delicious apples cut into wedgps and
dipped in lemon juice.
* Cut bacon into 1/4-inch slices. Saute until crisp. Drain most of grease. Set bacon aside.
* In same skillet, over low heat combine the cream cheese, half-and-half, cheddar cheese. Worcestershire sauce, dry mustard, onion powder, liquid smoke and salt. Stir until
smooth. Add bacon pieces. If too thick, add more half-andhalf or apple juice.

Yogurt
Donated by Harue Murphy Boil milk for 10 minutes or so. Let cool. When cool enough so you can hold your hand on the bottom of the pan long enough to count to ten, add 2 T. yogurt (for every quart of milk) which has been mixed with water to the consistency of heavy cream. Stir gently without breaking the scum. Cover, let stand outside refrigerator about 6 hours. Then refrigerate.


Overweight

Americans

By Susan Greenberg

Being overweight is one of the major health problems affecting people today. About 40 million
Americans are overweight, 35 percent of those over the age of 40 have weight problems serious enough to threaten their health. Up to 40 percent of school age children are estimated to be overweight.
Why are so many
Americans overweight? Because we eat too much and exercise too little. Every year we eat too much of the wrong kinds of food. The average American
consumes 125 pounds of fat, 100 pounds of sugar and 295 12-ounce cans of
soda. Only 20 percent of total calories come from fruits, vegetables and cereals.
Today, modern machines make jobs less strenuous and not enough of our leisure time is devoted to physical activity. In general, we drive instead of walk; watch sports instead of playing ourselves, take elevators instead of stairs.
Glandular and other
physiological problems are only involved in one or two
percent of all cases of overweight. Emotional problems can contribute to overweight as many people overeat to relieve tension, anxiety, frustration, insecurity, depression, lonliness or
boredom.
The only way to
permanently control weight is to follow a sensible program of diet and exercise. The diet must
change your eating habits so you will not return to your old pattern of eating which is how you became overweight in the first place.
How much should you
weigh (Ideal Body Weight)? A female at
five-feet-inches tall should weigh about 100 pounds. Add five pounds for every inch after that
if medium build, subtract 10 percent if small build, add 10 percent if large build. Thus, a five-feet-five inch tall
mediun build female should weigh about 125 pounds.


Daily Gazette Friday, March 7, 1986


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Winner of Michigan-Indiana clash enters championships


Rangers 5-2 over Flames


(AP)-- The New York Rangers closed within three points of
the final Patrick Division playoff spot with a 5-2 win
over the Calgary Flames. New York has 66 points, to 69 for
idle Pittsburgh.
Vancouver's Brent Peterson tallied with just 14 seconds to play in regulation as the Cancucks tied the Los Angeles .Kings 5-5.
Mark Howe scored a pair of goals and assisted on four others to help the
Philadelphia Flyers beat the Tornoto Maple Leafs 7-4.
The New Jersey Devils got
two goals and two assists from Kirk Muller in a 7-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings.
Kevin Lavellee's tiebreaking goal late in the second period guided the St. Louis.Blues past the Montreal Canadians 7-4.
Mike Eagles hit the net in overtime to lift the Quebec Nordiques over the Boston Bruins 5-4. The Bruins forced
the extra period on Charlie Simmer's goal with less than 90 seconds left in


(AP) -- The Big Ten schedulemaker receives high marks for his 1986 slate, which finds the conference championship going to the winner of
tomorrow' s Michigan-Indiana clash, the regular-season final for both schools.


Last night, the seventhranked Wolverines romped past Ohio State 99-82, behind Roy Tarpley's 22 points. Indiana and Michigan are at 13-4 in league play,.with the number-16 Hoosiers bearing
Michigan State Wednesday in.


regulation.
Buffalo's Lindy Ruff has made news twice. First, the Philadelphia Flyers announced their top scorer, Brian
Propp, will sit out two to three weeks of action after catching Ruff's stick in the eye Tuesday. Then, the Sabres
declared Ruff through for the season because of the broken shoulder he suffered
Wednesday night against Hartford.
The NHL has announced the Stanley Cup playoffs will face off April 16, with 16 teams competing in
best-of-five series. Changes in the post-season this year. include holding the Stanley Cup final on a 2-2-1-1-1
basis. That means, the first two games in one city, the next two in another and then alternating the final three
if necessary. Last year, the Stanley Cup final featured a 2-3-2 format.
This year, home-ice advantage in the palayoffs goes to the team with the most regular-season points.


Glimpse


Doral Open -- Unknown Mark Calcavecchia is the surprise leader entering today's second around of the $500,000 Doral Open in Miami. The Florida pro notched a seven-under-par 65 for a one-stroke edge over Tom Kite, Tom Purtzer, Roger Maltbie and Tom Siekman. Defending champion Mark McCumber settled for a 71.

$300,000 Kemper Open -- Marci Bozarth is the leader of the $300,000 Women's Kemper Open onthe Hawaiian sland of Kauai. Bozarth began the tournament with a career-best five-under-par 67. Beth Daniel, Patti Rizzo and Kathy Postlewait are tied for second place, one stroke off the pace. Mary Beth Zimmerman, after her third straight LPGA win, is in danger of missing the cut after shooting a 75.

Davis Cup -- U.S. Tennis star Jimmy Arias meets Ecuador' s Andres Gomez in today's first match of the Davis Cup. In the other single match, Aaron of the U.S. faces Raul Viver of Ecuador, the host country. The winner of the series will
advance to the next round against the survivor of the West German-Mexican competition being played this weekend in Mexico City.

Indianapolis 500 -- The list of entries for this year's Indianapolis 500 grew to 46 with the addition of former winners Al Unser St., and Rick Mears and last year's
champion, Danny Sullivan. Overall, about 70 drivers are expected to compete for the start positions. Time trials for the Indy Classic began May 10, with the race itself scheduled for May 25.



K.C.is Smith abides by edict


(AP) -- Add Lonnie Smith to the list of players accepting baseball Commissioner Peter Ueberroth's recent
drug-related decisions.
The Kansas City outfielder is one of 11 major leaguers ordered to either donate time and money and undergo drug test, or face suspension. Six
other players have said they will'abide by Ueberroth's edict.
The Boston Red Sox have checked righthander Oil Can Boyd into a Massachusetts


hospital for liver tests. The American League teams ordered
the examination after Boyd's weight dropped from 145 pounds to 138.
Lawyers for former Detroit Tiger pitching star Denny McLain say their client has been assigned to the U.L. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Ind. Authorities moved McLain
from the federal facility in the Atlanta prison.
Currently, McLain is being held at a federal prison in Talladega, Ala.


Mystical Underworld -This masked diver survives with SCUBA and enjoys the beauty of under water, bubbles escaping from an exhaled breath. (Photo by AFAIDC Diving Team)


their next-tlast game. They will meet Michigan tomorrow in Ann Harbor'.
Also in the Big Ten last night, Iowa upended nineteenth-ranked Illinois 57-53. Roy Marble tallied
five big points in the final three minutes to key the Hawkeyes.

Also in the Top 20 last
night, Kenny Walker scored 28 points to lead number-th . Kentucky to an easy 95-69 over Mississippi in the second round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament.
At the Pacific Coast Athletic Association Tourney,
Nevada-Las Vegas routed Fresno State 68-49 behind Anthony Jones, who poured in 24 points.
Fifth-rated St. John's got a helpful hand from Mark Jackson in Rolling Seton Hall 87-68 at the Big East
Tournament. The junior guard dished out 13 assists, to go with 14 points.

Yesterday afternoon in the Big East, eighth-rank Syracuse dominated BosW College 102-79. The Orangemn
won the rebounding battle from the Eagles in a big way,
54-26. Number-14 Georgetown survived a 57-56 scare from Pitt. The Panthers had the ball twice in the final 30 seconds, but failed to score. Four teams from this week's Top 20 see action today in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament in Greensboro. Number-one Duke, with the top-seed , tips off the long standing event against Wake Forest. The Blue Devils expect starting guard Tommy
Amaker to play, just two days after injuring the Achilles tendon in his left foot.


The 'Sportsman

By Charles Morey


Bill Walton took Horace Greeley's legendary axiom, and gave it a 180 degree turn.
Greeley was the 19th century publisher who used to advise the young men of his time to "go west" if they wanted gold, glory, or both. Walton has moved from the West Coast to the East, in direct contradiction of Horace, and he could not be happier.
After a long basketball career in California and Oregon, big Bill was traded by the Los Angeles Clippers last summer to the Boston Celtics. He has contributed a lot in their runaway race to the top of the Atlantic
Division, and the Celts are counting on the battle-tested
veteran to come on strong in the playoffs.
Walton shivers when he talks about the winter weather in Boston, compared with the sunshine of California. He still says, "I'm having the time of my life. I wouldn't trade being in Boston for 10 years of California sunshine."
Although he is been rocked by frequent injuries throughout his career, Bill
is now averaging about 20 minutes a game for the Celts.
He can fill in at center of power forward and, with his intrinsic skills, he adds a


lot to the Boston offense and defense.
The team that probably will take on the Celtics once again for the league championship is the Lakers. James Worthy, the Laker gold medal gunner, says that when Walton is in the game, the other team runs into big problems inside.
Walton, 33, is obviously
not the game-breaker he was at 23, first with UCLA and then with Portland of the NBA. He paced the Trail Blazers to a league championship in 1977.
Right after that is when
the injury jinx showed up in his locker. He missed the entire 1979 season because of foot problems, and missed all but 14 games the following
year. He sat out the 1981 and 1982 campaigns. By the time 1982-83 season rolled around,
he was with the Clippers and he began the long road back. He got into 33 games for the Clippers in that campaign,
and 55 in the next.
Last year, he raised the ante to 67 games. Since the Clippers could not count on him for a full-time role, and
since his age made him risky bet, they traded him to Boston for Cedric Maxwell.
Bill confesses to a liking
for the Celtic green even as a teenager in Los Angeles. He says Bill Russell was his


favorite player.
He admits he has alwa loved the Celtic team co of play and the fast br they use so well.
The one-time lonesome
stroller of mountain trails now is pretty much a city
man. He lives in Cambridge, across the Charles River from Boston. He even rides a public bus into the city, just like the rest of the
populace. He says playing for Celtics and living in Cambridge is like going to
UCLA and he loves it.
They obviously will need an entire page in the NBA record
book for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar when the moving tower of the Lakers retires.
He just keeps adding to his league records. He recent played in his 1,304 qame,W
break Elvin Hayes' record. He slam-dunked another Hayes mark by going past 50,000 minute mark on NBA courts.
Kareem already is the
all-time champ in scoring, field goals made, shots attempted and shots blocked.
He has played on four NBA title teams, and was league MVP six times. Last spring, he became the oldest playoff MVP, as the Lakers crushed the Celtics for the title.
Kareem will be 39 on April 16, and will get a chance to break in his own record of oldest MVP in the playoffs.


4 Daily Gazette Friday, March 7, 1986


Fan fact
(UPI) - No major baseball team has dominated in recent years. In one stretch during the middle 1950s, the New York Yankees won five straight World Championships. Can you name the last National League team to win two consecutive World Series?
The Cincinnati Reds won World Series Titles in 1975 and 1976.




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Del azetGuantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 45 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, March 7, 1986 Shuttle panel plans to hold public hearing UPI) -The presidential nel investigating the allenger disaster is weighing the validity of failure scenarios. The panel today plans to hold a public hearing that is expected to include testimony about pre-launch trouble with a suspect rocket joint. The commission plans to consider the status of salvage operations, studies of failure modes and review a launch processing and assembly of the shuttle's solid-fuel rockets. Commission Chairman William Rogers and other panel members assembled at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida yesterday. They had a secret session to review the results of field trips made by working groups to other NASA centers earlier in the week. President Reagan yesterday asked former NASA administrator James Fletcher to replace James Beggs as the chief of the troubled space agency. Beggs resigned last week to fight a federal indictment unrelated to his tenure with NASA. Fletcher did not respond publicly to Reagan's request, but he has said in the past he does not want the job again. W E News of the bay Power Outages -There are scheduled power outages for annual maintenance on Power Plant One Substation: Tuesday, March 11, 7:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Industrial area from Radio Point Paola Point Admin Hill Tryzna Village Oil Point Industrial HEX Main Store Commissary Treasure and Trivia Admin Hill to Oil Point Rodgers Road SIMA Blgs. 798 and 835 Pier Victor Floating Dry Dock Area Fleet Laundry DOD Warehouse HEX Warehouse Milk Plant Keen Observation -Safety is the number one priority on the flight line. AD3 Doug Keeler, VC-10, ensures all is "go" before the A-4s take Atkinson) off (Photo by PH2 Stephen Radio-active iodine released in Northwest in late 1940s Declassified document reveals contamination (UPI) -Newly declassified documents indicate the federal government allowed the release of radio-active iodine over vast sections of Washington and Oregon in the late 1940s. The plume of radio-active Iodine-131 was ejected in December 1949 from the Hanford Nuclear Reservation in southwest Washington. The documents say the radio-activity spread as far Mast results r 6,Cptain's Mast, Nval it taton:OneE-4 guilty of violating of U1i Arts. 89 and 90, disrespect and c.illful disobedgnce of a camissione office awarded 30 days extra duty, (eduction Mar. 7, retain's MastNaval Station: One E-4 guilty of violating UCMJ Art. 121, larceny, awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $50 per month for two months, reduction to E-3. Mar. 6, Special Courts Martial, Naval Station: One E-6 guilty of violating U13 Art. 134 indecent assault, awarded JO days confinement at hard labor, 45 days hard labor without confinement, forfeiture of $150 per month for six months, reduction to E-3. north as Spokane, Wash., about 120 miles away, and as far west as Mount Hood near Portland, Ore., some 250 miles away. Radio-active iodine is known to collect in the thyroid gland, where it can produce cancer. It also is easily transported through milk produced by cows grazing on contaminated grass. Terry strong of the Washington State Office of Radiation Control says there are no reports of illness that can be blamed on the release. The documents released by the Energy Department indicate the radio-active release came from an experiment with high-grade uranium produced ata plutonium conversion plant in Hanford. AIDS "missing link" may be found (UPI) -Researchers say they may have found the "missing link" to how AIDS could be spread from women to men. Scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston and the University of California in San Francisco say the AIDS virus has been found for the first time in high-risk women. The women used in the study were either prostitutes, drug users or had sex with men who had AIDS. Results of the study were published in the British journal Lancet. Researchers caution that the discovery does not prove the AIDS virus can be transmitted from females to males through sexual intercourse, but they say the findings should make heterosexuals wary of casual sex. AIDS destroys the body's ability to fight disease. It has been primarily linked to homosexual and bisexual males and intravenous drug abusers in the U.S. Correction The wine festival scheduled April 12 is for "officers" only. Other activities are being planned. Wednesday, March 12, 7:30-11:30 a.m. and 1:30 -4 p.m. Industrial Area from Oil Point to Admin Hill Tryzna Village Thursday, March 13, 7:30 -11:30 a.m. Radio Point SIMA Bldgs. 798 and 835 Paola Point Pier Victor Admin Hill Floating Dry Dock Oil Point Industrial Area Fleet Laundry NEX Main Store DOD Warehouse Commissary HEX Warehouse Treasure and Trivia Milk Plant Rodgers Road Public Works Utilities will be shifting power in order to maintain power to as many buildings possible. Only brief outages are expected for major buildings. If your building has power, failure to minimize use may result in total power loss. Flight schedule Flight Schedule For March 10-14 Date MON TUE TUE TUE WED THU FRI FRI FRI A/C C-9B Medevac C-12 (11-13) 727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (12-14) C-141 Cargo C-12 (14-17) 727 MAC 727 MAC Departure 11:50 a.m. 8:00 a.m.1 12:30 p.m.1 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. 8:00 a.m.1 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. Destination Roosey Road Montego Bay Kingston Norfolk Puerta Plata Roosey Road Montego Bay Kingston Norfolk Arrival 1:50 p.m. 8:45 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:10 p.m. 8:45 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 6:59 p.m. 1. Active duty personnel flying on MAC aircraft must travel in the uniform of the day at destination or service dress blues. 2. C-12 passengers must take the 6:30 a.m. ferry. 3. Ticketed passengers must bring ticket and luggage between 8 -10 a.m. for Kingston and 10 -11:45 a.m. for Norfolk. Kingston ferry is 10:30 a.m. and Norfolk is 1:30 p.m. Weekend on TV8 Saturday Noon 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:35 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 3:50 p.m. 4:50 p.m. 6:05 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Movie: "Bogie" CNN Headline News College Basketball: SBE Championship Pro Bowlers The World At War CNN Headline News Sunday CNN Headline News College Basketball: ACC Championship All-Star Wrestling Information Special "Space Flight-One Giant Leap" Movie: "Paint Me A Murder" Just Jazz CNN Headline News Inside Page 2 -Passport Service Available Here Page 2 -Put Tax Dollars In Your Pocket Page 3 -Overweight Americans Page 4 -Big Ten Season Ends Page 4 -The Sportsman U.W. r.

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te Pony Express -The Windjammer Club welcomes the "Pony Express" tonight and Saturday night, 8 p.m. for your dancing and listening pleasure. Fil-Am Induction Ball -The 1986 Fil-Am Induction Ball is tomorrow, 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. Petty Officer Exams -The Petty Officer First Class exam is Tuesday, March 11, 7:15 a.m., at the Windjamner 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 who needs additional information, please call Linda Sayko, 2650. 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. Leeward Point Civic Council -There will be a Leeward Point Civil Council meeting Wednesday, March 12, 7 -9 p.m., at the Leeward Point Conmunity Center. All Leeward Point residents are urged to attend. PWD Nursery -The PD Nursery will re-open Thursday, March 12, for the issue of plants and shrubs. Your patience has been appreciated. Teen Club Rollerskate Party -There is a Teen Club Roller Skating party in the pit of the high school, Saturday, March 15, 7 -9:30 p.m. There will be music and munchies. The cost for members is $1.50, and $2 for non-members. For more inforation, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195. Navy Exchange -Remember to shop your NEX Retail Store and Mini-Mart for your kids Easter candy, baskets, and egg colors. Navy Exchange -Shop your HEX for your everyday needs. Stop in and check-out all the new merchandise throughout the store. Navy Exchange -The HEX is receiving new clothing in the children, men, and ladies department every week. So, stop by and take a look. Navy Exchange -For those of you who want that favorite chair to relax in after work, the HEX has received recliners in various colors. Stop by and get yours today. Marine Corps Exchange -Capture that special event on film. The MCX has just received a nice selection of quality brand name cameras and assorted accessories, zoom lenses, power winders and speed lights. Shop early for the best selection. Marine Corps Exchange -Do you like the comforting feel of fresh bed linens? Sheets make the difference. New sheets, colorful florals, you name the style, we have it. The MCX housewares department is the place to shop. Dalug gazette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN.Crenmader, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Oidr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer J01 Stacey Bington .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Giillubeau, USN. nirn Editor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assis t Editor 'Mrs. Diane Aemennan.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Prodrtion Assistant Nathan Durbin.Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stuiaet Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant t. Odr. Gary Mory .servist Support Rt2 Stern Atkinson.Rservist Suppot The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, udrier the direction of the public affairs officer. 'Ie Daily Ghaette is printed five ties a week at government expense on government eeqipnant, at the Navy Publications and Printi Service Branch Office. The opinions ai statements that appear rein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cmanier, U.S. Naval Base. Preparation can put money in your pocket By Tony Hall Nathaniel Webster defined income tax in his dictionary between headache and intimidation. With a bit of solid preparation you can put income tax back into the folds of your wallet and avoid the asprin. The first step is to choose the proper form. Income tax forms can be obtained here from the base legal office, library, or post office. Singles who earn less than $50,000 income and do not itemize should file the 104OEZ. The 1040A, or short form, has limited deductions and is for married couples or single individuals, with or without dependents. The 1040, nicknamed the long form, is for everyone else. Though more complicated, the extra time spent with the 1040 may pay big dividends. In addition to selecting the most applicable form, look over the supplement schedules for added adjustments or deductions. Included among these are Schedule One, the credit for married couples when both work, and Schedule G for income averaging. Once you determine the necessary form, or forms, find an area with plenty of space to spread out your tools. The basics include a calculator, an ink pen, some scratch paper, a stapler, and your W-2 forms, and bank statements. If you are filing either the 1040A, or 1040, you will also need checkbook registers and other receipts. The best clue to what you will need is to look at the itemization sheet, and determine the receipts you Passport service available here By Sally Wellen All U.S. citizens traveling abroad are required to obtain individual passports in their own names. As of January 1, 1983, regular passports are valid for 10 years from the date of issue for adults, and five years from the date of issue for passports issued to children under 18-year olds. Passports cannot be renewed. An "Application for Passport by Mail" (DSP-82) should be used to apply for a new passport. The applicant must complete the Form DSP-82 and mail it with the most recent previous passport, required photographs (two 2"x2"), and fee, $35, to the appropriate passport issuing office. A separate check or money order, made payable to Passport Services, must be submitted with each application. Currency should not be sent. Applicants not eligible to use Form DSP-82, must complete a Form DSP-11, "Passport Application," and have it executed in person before a passport agent. The passport fee is $27, for people under 18-years old, and $42 for over 18-years old. The fee for the execution of the application is $7. For DSP-82 or DSP-11 Forms, contact Sally Wellen, passport agent, PSD Transportation, 4489 or 4417. Regular (tourist) passport service is available on Wednesdays, 1 3:30 p.m., by appointment only. need before starting. Gathering the necessary paraphernalia is half the battle. Do not let yourself get discouraged. Once you have everything you think you need, but decide you want more help, Mr. Ed Delude has been hired by the Navy Exchange to help residents with their taxes. For a small fee, he will help you find all those elusive deductions. He is working out of the Navy Lodge until March 14, and can be reached at College term begins Mar. 24 The following basic education courses are being offered at City Colleges of Chicago Term IV, March 24 through May 16. For more information, call CCC, 4748. DP 103 is a course of the most widely used computer language and you will learn how to use DP 103 to solve problems in math, science and business. Color Photography is a popular course which will enable you to take beautiful photographs and develop your own pictures. Aviation Theory and Certification is offered at Leeward Point. This course is in grounds school, and will prepare students for taking the private pilot exams. Register early for this popular course. 3103. For the "do-ityourselfers," the Family Service Center is sponsoring a lecture by Larry Johnson, a Guantanamo Bay resident. This program is greared specifically for civilian contractors and will be held March 10, 6:30 p.m. For more information, call the Family Service Center, 4153. Tax tips and other income tax helps will appear in future issues of the Dail Gazette. Monument to honor women Congresswoman Mary Rose Oakar, chairman of the Task Force on Libaries and Memorials of the House Committee on House Administration, announced that the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed H.J. Res. 36, authorizing establishment of a women's military monument in the District of Columbia or its environs. This monument would serve to honor women who have served in a variety of military occupations since the time of the American Revolution. Congresswoman Oakar commented upon passage of the bill, "The story of women veterans in America is one in which all women can take pride." Ugly, ugly, ugly! Always ugly! Our base is cleaner because WE CARE 2 Daily Gazette Friday, March 7, 1986

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tFhe YARD SALE CP 5A Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. AUTO '71 GMC flatbed pickup, 8-cyl., good condition. Available April 15 or sooner. Call 3630 AWH. '71 Pontiac LeMans, 350 cu.in. engine, good body, good engine, $500. Call 3511 AT or 6315 DWH. Available March 17 or 18. BOAT 10x23 pontoon boat, 55hp rude, head, lights, r io. Slip 7 in Corinaso. Best offer over $3000. Call 2903 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '79 CM185 Honda Twinstar motorcycle, good condition, asking $550. Available April 14 or sooner. Call 3630 AWH. '78 Puch moped, excellent running condition, inspection good until November, $100 firm. Call Tony at 3752. AIR CONDITIONERS One 24,000 BTU, 11,000 BTU and 8,000 BTU. The 24,000 and 8,000 and two years old and in excellent condition. The 11,000 in good to excellent condition. Asking $700 for all three or best offer. Will sell separately. Call 3482 after 2 p.m. 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. APPLIANCE Chest freezer, Sears 12 c t. chest freezer, good c ition, $200. Call 3929 AWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT "EKO" 12-string guitar with hard case. Call 3630 AWH. Beta VCR recorder, $200. Call 4660 DWH. FURNITURE Lazy Boy recliner, $175; matching couch and love seat, burnt orange in color, excellent condition, couch $225 and love seat $200. Call 3183 AT. Wicker rocker, $35. Call 3929 AWH. Dining room set. Table with one leaf and six chairs, excellent condition, $100. Call Mike at 6330 DWH or 4431 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. WANTED Seeking dependent wife of junior/senior student to babysit in my home during summer months. Hours are from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. Two children, one 18-months-old and one newborn. Red Cross training desireable. Experience required. Prefer Tierra K or Kittery Beach area. Pay $240 a month. Call 3140 AWH. Serious inquiries only. Manual or electric typewriter, good condition, reasonably priced. Call 2518 after 1 p.m. BOAT ACCESSORIES Depth finder by Uniden, model #MC360 with Transom mount transducer. Two ranges 0 to 60 and 0 to 360. Has audible alarm to let you know if you've heading for shallow water or school of tish. Brand new, still in box, $160. Call 2593 AWH. --IIZzc "Were carrying sea water for ballast in hold #2" Old Guantanamo Bay -As we continue Mrs. Betty Cots. She obtained it from Mr. with our old photographs of Guantanamo Bay, George Balamaci, AFRTS Sports in Los we look at the Deer Point Officer's Club in Angeles. August 1951. This photo was submitted by On a platt By Sue HiltonIt was not until John was selected for his position here, that I began to understand what my friends who were military wives truely went through. Departure date was January 4. The last two weeks were a whirlwind of holidays, goodbye parties and packing. I was frazzled spending lots of time chattering away and doing nothing, while John was his usual calm self getting everything done. Driving away from the Mac terminal, I made plans to keep myself occupied. My plans and actions gravitated toward food. I munched my way through Waterside, downtown Norfolk, all the way to Virginia Beach. My friends thought I looked a little bit pregnant both coming and going. As I knew I would be visiting Guantanamo Bay in March, February 4 was designated as D-Day/Diet Day. and my preparations were spectacular to say the least. My freezer looked like it belonged in the Weight Watchers model kitche. My cabinet shelves were an advertisement for Campbell's Beef Broth; grapefruit pills were in the candy dish and Nutrasweet packets were in the sugar bowl. At the grocery store, my shopping cart automatically stopped in front of the carrots in the er produce line while I was still charging full speed ahead, causing me to break my toe. That was a plus because it eliminated the 6 a.m. jogging torture. On March 21, twenty pounds lighter, I slithered into my trusty size 8 jeans, and treated myself to the fattening breakfast on the plane. No more diet food for me, hooray. The 60 degree temperature change was pleasing me because I was looking forward to going to the beach in a bathing suit instead of a floppy t-shirt that could have been handed down by the Incredible Hulk. Now, when the guys in the band (jockingly) tell me that I look fat, I agree with them. I earned these pounds. They are the battle scars from experimenting with new foods, re-acquainting myself with old ones, and enjoying every mouthful. Because there are no commercial breaks here, I have to jog from the chair to the refrigerator so I will not miss part of my program; I count that as exercise, wouldn't you? The cheese dip is courtesy of the Virginian Pilot and Ledger Star, and is unusually good. Harue Murphy brought back the recipe for homemade Yogurt from Turkey. She uses our local milk and plain yogurt. Please try this. Hot Smoked Cheddar Cheese Dip With Apples 6 slices of bacon 1 (8-oz.) pkg. cream cheese, chopped 2 cups Cheddar cheese, shredded 1/4 cup half-and-half 1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1/4 tsp. dry mustard 1/4 tsp. onion powder 1/4 tsp. liquid smoke 1/4 tsp. salt 6 unpared Mcintosh or Delicious apples cut into wedgps and dipped in lemon juice. Cut bacon into 1/4-inch slices. Saute until crisp. Drain most of grease. Set bacon aside. In same skillet, over low heat combine the cream cheese, half-and-half, cheddar cheese. Worcestershire sauce, dry mustard, onion powder, liquid smoke and salt. Stir until smooth. Add bacon pieces. If too thick, add more half-andhalf or apple juice. Yogurt Donated by Harue Murphy Boil milk for 10 minutes or so. Let cool. When cool enough so you can hold your hand on the bottom of the pan long enough to count to ten, add 2 T. yogurt (for every quart of milk) which has been mixed with water to the consistency of heavy cream. Stir gently without breaking the scum. Cover, let stand outside refrigerator about 6 hours. Then refrigerate. Overweight Americans By Susan Greenberg Being overweight is one of the major health problems affecting people today. About 40 million Americans are overweight, 35 percent of those over the age of 40 have weight problems serious enough to threaten their health. Up to 40 percent of school age children are estimated to be overweight. Why are so many Americans overweight? Because we eat too much and exercise too little. Every year we eat too much of the wrong kinds of food. The average American consumes 125 pounds of fat, 100 pounds of sugar and 295 12-ounce cans of soda. Only 20 percent of total calories come from fruits, vegetables and cereals. Today, modern machines make jobs less strenuous and not enough of our leisure time is devoted to physical activity. In general, we drive instead of walk; watch sports instead of playing ourselves, take elevators instead of stairs. Glandular and other physiological problems are only involved in one or two percent of all cases of overweight. Bnotional problems can contribute to overweight as many people overeat to relieve tension, anxiety, frustration, insecurity, depression, lonliness or boredom. The only way to permanently control weight is to follow a sensible program of diet and exercise. The diet must change your eating habits so you will not return to your old pattern of eating which is how you became overweight in the first place. How much should you weigh (Ideal Body Weight)? A female at five-feet-inches tall should weigh about 100 pounds. Add five pounds for every inch after that if medium build, subtract 10 percent if small build, add 10 percent if large build. Thus, a five-feet-five inch tall medium build female should weigh about 125 pounds. Daily Gazette Friday, March 7, 1986 ,ff E rf (Y 'Al 3 owl

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Winner of Michigan-Indiana clash enters 49/)I ii ~ (AP) -The Big Ten scheduleLast night, the seventhmaker receives high marks for ranked Wolverines romped post his 1986 slate, which finds Ohio State 99-82, behind Roy the conference championship Tarpley's 22 points. Indiana nn n r he n~ f and Michigan are at 13-4 in (AP)-The New York Rangers closed within three points of the final Patrick Division playoff spot with a 5-2 win over the Calgary Flames. New York has 66 points, to 69 for idle Pittsburgh. Vancouver's Brent Peterson tallied with just 14 seconds to play in regulation as the Cancucks tied the Los Angeles Kings 5-5. Mark Howe scored a pair of goals and assisted on four others to help the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Tornoto Maple Leafs 7-4. The New Jersey Devils got two goals and two assists from Kirk Muller in a 7-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings. Kevin Lavellee's tiebreaking goal late in the second period guided the St. Louis.Blues past the Montreal Canadians 7-4. Mike Eagles hit the net in overtime to lift the Quebec Nordiques over the Boston Bruins 5-4. The Bruins forced the extra period on Charlie Simmer's goal with less than 90 seconds left in going to the winner or tomorrow' s Michigan-Indiana clash, the regular-season final for both schools. league play, with the number-16 Hoosiers bearing Michigan State Wednesday in regulation. Buffalo's Lindy Ruff has made news twice. First, the Philadelphia Flyers announced their top scorer, Brian Propp, will sit out two to three weeks of action after catching Ruff's stick in the eye Tuesday. Then, the Sabres declared Ruff through for the season because of the broken shoulder he suffered Wednesday night against Hartford. The NHL has announced the Stanley Cup playoffs will face off April 16, with 16 teams competing in best-of-five series. Changes in the post-season this year include holding the Stanley Cup final on a 2-2-1-1-1 basis. That means, the first two games in one city, the next two in another and then alternating the final three if necessary. Last year, the Stanley Cup final featured a 2-3-2 format. This year, home-ice advantage in the palayoffs goes to the team with the most regular-season points. jjGlimpse Doral Open -Unknown Mark Calcavecchia is the surprise leader entering today's second around of the $500,000 Doral Open in Miami. The Florida pro notched a seven-under-par 65 for a one-stroke edge over Tom Kite, Tom Purtzer, Roger Maltbie and. Tom Siekman. Defending champion Mark MaCumber settled for a 71. $300,000 Kemper Open -Marci Bozarth is the leader of the $300,000 Women's Kemper Open on the Hawaiian island of Kauai. Bozarth began the tournament with a career-best five-under-par 67. Beth Daniel, Patti Rizzo and Kathy Postlewait are tied for second place, one stroke off the pace. Mary Beth Zimmerman, after her third straight LPGA win, is in danger of missing the cut after shooting a 75. Davis Cup -U.S. Tennis star Jimmy Arias meets Ecuador's Andres Gomez in today's first match of the Davis Cup. In the other single match, Aaron of the U.S. faces Raul Viver of Ecuador, the host country. The winner of the series will advance to the next round against the survivor of the West German-Mexican competition being played this weekend in Mexico City. Indianapolis 500 -The list of entries for this year's Indianapolis 500 grew to 46 with the addition of former winners Al Unser Sr., and Rick Mears and last year's champion, Danny Sullivan. Overall, about 70 drivers are expected to compete for the start positions. Time trials for the Indy Classic began May 10, with the race itself scheduled for May 25. K.C.'s Smith abides by edict (AP) -Add Lonnie Smith to the list of players accepting baseball Commissioner Peter Ueberroth's recent drug-related decisions. The Kansas City outfielder is one of 11 major leaguers ordered to either donate time and money and undergo drug test, or face suspension. Six other players have said they will abide by Ueberroth's edict. The Boston Red Sox have checked righthander Oil Can Boyd into a Massachusetts hospital for liver tests. The American League teams ordered the examination after Boyd's weight dropped from 145 pounds to 138. Lawyers for former Detroit Tiger pitching star Denny McLain say their client has been assigned to the U.L. Penitentiary in Terre Haute, Ird. Authorities moved McLain from the federal facility in the Atlanta prison. Currently, MLain is being held at a federal prison in Talladega, Ala. Mystical Underworld -This masked diver survives with SCUBA and enjoys the beauty of under water, bubbles escaping from an exhaled breath. (Photo by AFADC Diving Team) Rangers 5-2 over Flames The Sportsman By Charles Morey Bill Walton took Horace Greeley's legendary axiom, and gave it a 180 degree turn. Greeley was the 19th century publisher who used to advise the young men of his time to "go west" if they wanted gold, glory, or both. Walton has moved from the West Coast to the East, in direct contradiction of Horace, and he could not be happier. After a long basketball career in California and Oregon, big Bill was traded by the Los Angeles Clippers last summer to the Boston Celtics. He has contributed a lot in their runaway race to the top of the Atlantic Division, and the Celts are counting on the battle-tested veteran to come on strong in the playoffs. Walton shivers when he talks about the winter weather in Boston, compared with the sunshine of California. He still says, "I'm having the time of my life. I wouldn't trade being in Boston for 10 years of California sunshine." Although he is been rocked by frequent injuries throughout his career, Bill is now averaging about 20 minutes a game for the Celts. He can fill in at center of power forward and, with his intrinsic skills, he adds a lot to the Boston offense and defense. The team that probably will take on the Celtics once again for the league championship is the Lakers. James Wrtv, the Laker gold medal gunner, says that when Walton is in the game, the other team runs into big problems inside. Walton, 33, is obviously not the game-breaker he was at 23, first with UCLA and then with Portland of the NBA. He paced the Trail Blazers to a league championship in 1977. Right after that is when the injury jinx showed up in his locker. He missed the entire 1979 season because of foot problems, and missed all but 14 games the following year. He sat out the 1981 and 1982 campaigns. By the time 1982-83 season rolled around, he was with the Clippers and he began the long road back. He got into 33 games for the Clippers in that campaign, and 55 in the next. Last year, he raised the ante to 67 games. Since the Clippers could not count on him for a full-time role, and since his age made him risky bet, they traded him to Boston for Cedric Maxwell. Bill confesses to a liking for the Celtic green even as a teenager in Los Angeles. He says Bill Russell was his favorite player. He admits he has alwa loved the Celtic team conc of play and the fast br they use so well. The one-time lonesome stroller of mountain trails now is pretty much a city man. He lives in Cambridge, across the Charles River from Boston. He even rides a public bus into the city, just like the rest of the populace. He says playing for Celtics and living in Cambridge is like going to UCLA and he loves it. They obviously will need an entire page in the NBA record book for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar when the moving tower of the Lakers retires. He just keeps adding to his league records. He recen played in his 1,304 oame, break Elvin Hayes' record. He slam-dunked another Hayes mark by going past 50,000 minute mark on NBA courts. Kareem already is the all-time champ in scoring, field goals made, shots attempted and shots blocked. He has played on four NBA title teams, and was league MVP six times. Last spring, he became the oldest playoff MVP, as the Lakers crushed the Celtics for the title. Kareen will be 39 on April 16, and will get a chance to break in his own record of oldest MVP in the playoffs. 4 Daily Gazette Friday, March 7, 1986 r Fan fact (UPI) -No major baseball team has dominated in recent years. In one stretch during the middle 1950s, the New York Yankees won five straight World Championships. Can you name the last National League team to win two consecutive World Series? The Cincinnati Reds won World Series Titles in 1975 and 1976. championships their next-to-last game. They will meet Michigan tomorrow in Ann Harbor. Also in the Big Ten last night, Iowa upended nineteenth-ranked Illinois 57-53. Roy Marble tallied five big points in the final three minutes to key the Hawkeyes. Also in the Top 20 last night, Kenny Walker scored 28 points to lead number-th Kentucky to an easy 95-69 over Mississippi in t e second round of the Southeastern Conference Tournament. At the Pacific Coast Athletic Association Tourney, Nevada-Las Vegas routed Fresno State 68-49 behind Anthony Jones, who poured in 24 points. Fifth-rated St. John's got a helpful hand from Mark Jackson in Rolling Seton Hall 87-68 at the Big East Tournament. The junior guard dished out 13 assists, to go with 14 points. Yesterday afternoon in the Big East, eighth-rank Syracuse dominated Bos College 102-79. The Orangem won the rebounding battle from the Eagles in a big way, 54-26. Number-14 Georgetown survived a 57-56 scare from Pitt. The Panthers had the ball twice in the final 30 seconds, but failed to score. Four teams from this week's Top 20 see action today in the opening round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament in Greensboro. Number-one Duke, with the top-seed tips off the long standing event against Wake Forest. The Blue Devils expect starting guard Tommy Amaker to play, just two days after injuring the Achilles tendon in his left foot.