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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper --


Wednesday. March 12, 1986


e search for crew' remains


celebrate their 74th, birthday


dedicated to finding and respect, understand and nurturing the best in each appreciate the cultural



Captain's Hotline


Inquiry: The question was raised as to the possibility of Putting in U.S. mail boxes in each of the housing areas for the convenience of base
residents.

�sponse: Good idea, but
Irrently we do not have the manpower or equipment to
support collecting mail from mail boxes in each of the
housing areas.
Currently there are two
runs daily to collect mail from 13 mail boxes on the
Naval Station, three at Marine Site and seven at Leeward Point. They are placed in areas convenient to work areas and highly transited locations, and I feel the present locations adequately meet the needs of
a majority of the conmand.
Inquiry: Why is the kiddy pool behind the Villanar pool
never in use?


Response: Material has been ordered to repair the Kiddy P ool a t Villamar. Unfortunately, it will be several months before all the material arrives.
Inquiry: Can there be a playground installed in the 700 block of Villamar for the children to play in?
Response: Yes, there is a need for a playground in this area of Villamar. One will be erected when resources are available.
Question: Complaint about the low hanging limbs over the sidewalk at Sherman Avenue and Kittery Beach Road at the crosswalk. Children
walking to and from school could injure themselves. Can they be trimned back?

Response: Low hanging limbs will be trimmed. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.


diversity of their sister Girl Scouts and of people in their community and the world all over.
They have fun while learning new skills, meeting new people and exploring new ideas based on timeless values.
Help celebrate Girl Scouting's birthday with
continued community support, cooperation and interest to the Girl Scouts through 1986 and always.


Mast results

Mar. 10, Special Court Martial, Naval Station:
One E-6 guilty of violating of UCMJ Article 112a, use and distribution of marijuana, was awarded confinement of three months, reduction to
pay grade E-l, forfeiture $425 per month for three
months, and a bad conduct discharge.

Mar. 6, Captain Mast, Naval Station: One E-6 guilty of violating of
-CMJ Article 134, indecent acts with another, awarded confinement of 60 days without hard labor; reduced to E-5, forfeiture
-$200 per month for two months.


W ENews of the bay


C n M (iange -- Effective March 1, the Atlantic Fleet Audiovisual Command (FLTAVX0IANT) became Fleet Imaging Command, Atlantic (FLTIMACMI)ANT) with all subordinate units known as Fleet Imaging Centers or Facilities.
The change was brought about by the establishment of the Naval Imaging Ccnand, Washington, D.C., as a
Washington level sponsor for FLTIMA(rG4LANT. The wrd "Imaging" was selected to more accurately reflect the total range of photographic capabilities performed throughout the fleet today.
Lt. Qndr. John Sturm serves as Comnanding Officer, Imaging Command, Atlantic., PHCS Joseph Therrien is in charge of Fleet imaging Facility, Atlantic, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Colombians Say Thanks -- The commanding officer of the A.R.C. Quita Sueflo, Rodolfo Rodriguex Castro, and his crew, in the nane of the Colombian people, wish to express a profound thanks to all the personnel of Guantanamo Naval Base for the help and contributions received during the volcano disaster which occured in Armero, Colombia, in November 1985.
GTHO Electrical Usage For
Ear 3 - Mar 9


Usage
Monday $20,201 Tuesday $21,176 Wednesday $23,081 Thursday $22,925 Friday $23,812 Saturday- $21,019 Sunday $21,968
Total $154,181
$12,284


Budget $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271
$141,897 Over Budget


Around the globe


Teachers Ward Off Snakes (UPI) -School officials in Zimbabwe say their teachers are not having problems keeping students under control. But instructors are having trouble warding off hoardes of snakes looking for mates during Africa's dry season. Teachers tired of warding off the invaders with torches are reportedly looking for new jobs. Last year in Zimbabwe, 28 people died from snakebites.
New York Passes Gay Rights Measure (UPI) -A New York city council committee passed a bill barring discrimination against homosexuals in the nation's largest metropolis yesterday. The long-considered measure made it out of the committee only once before, 12 years ago. It will be put before the entire 35 member city council March 20. A spokesman for the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights says, "Barring an earthquake, I do not think we can lose on March 20."

Taxpayers Save Millions (UPI) -- The General Accounting Office says the 74,000 tips phoned to the governent over a free fraud hotline have saved taxpayers millions of dollars in the past seven years. The (Q0 says more than 11,000 calls touched off the investigations resulting in hundreds of convictions, firings, or other penalities against federal employees and others found to have cheated Uncle San.

Shotguns And Rifles Bill Okayed (UPI) -The
House Juiciary Comittee has okayed a controversial bill permitting inter-state sales of shotguns and rifles, but barring cross-state sales of handguns. The measure was sent to the House floor, where it could be brought up as early as next week. A fight is expected on relaxing the nation's gun laws. New Jersey Representative Peter Rodino says he was disappointed there was not enough support in committee to require a waiting period before a person could purchase a handgun.

Inside
Page 2 - Poster Contest
Page 2 - Letter To The Editor
Page 3 - Cange Of Command
Page 3 - NVUS '86
Page 4 - Diet For Athletes

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Behind the Red Door


Girl Scouts -- Happy Birthday Girl Scouts. There is a display for Girl Scout Week for your viewing, at the W. T. Sampson Elementary School, during regular school
hours.

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

PHD Nursery -- The FWD Nursery will re-open
tomorrow, March 13, for the issue of plants and shrubs.
Your patience has been appreciated.

Guantanamo Bay Photographers -- Guantanamo Bay Girl Scouts would like to submit a photograph to New York Girl Scout Headquarters to be considered for the
1987 Girl Scout calendar. What special recognition that would bring all of us. If you have color slides of Girl Scout activities, with girls in their uniforms, or the Guantanamo T-shirt, please contact Valerie Ford, 2144,
as soon as possible. Our entries must be in to New York
before the end of March.

City Colleges Of Chicago -- CCC will be on Leeward Point, Friday, March 14, in the W-10 training room, to
conduct registration for the upcoming term.

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 information, call Mary Kay
Elsener, 3195.

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.

Teen -Club Meeting -- On Wednesday, March 19, the
Teen Club members are having a meeting to plan new events. All teenagers are encouraged to attend. For
more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195.

Teen Club Beach Party -- On Friday, March 21, the
Teen Club is having a beach party at Windill Beach, with music and munchies, 7 - 11 p.m. The cost is $3.
For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195.

Blue Caribe -- Tomorrow's special at the Blue Caribe is a "Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice of
potato, vegetable, rolls and butter, $4.95. Friday's
special is "Broiled Lobster Tails," served with all the
trimmings, $12.25.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Light up your life. Are you tired of reading in the dark? The MCX has a beautiful selection of lamps in all styles and colors.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has just received a
shipment of European ceramic wall plaques and
decorations. These items will be sold at the NEX Retail Store and Leeward Point Annex Saturday, March 15. Shop early for the best selection. A limit of two items per
customer is due to a limited supply.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX Main Retail Store and
Leeward Point Annex has just received a shipment of
electric fans.






t~allgazette-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -capt. Jon Qbndon, USN.............. .mmaner, U.S. Naval Base
Lt _(. Rick Fischer, USN............Public Affairs Officer
j10 S tac Byimton ...........Assistant Public Affairs Officer
.1)2 Neil Oiueeu, SLN........................ Managing Bitor
3 Teri.s ..........................Assistant REitor
Ms. KimaFeld................................Staff Assisetant
Mrs. Dinee.......... ..
Mrs. Ann-ElizabethEfmf........reutn'sii Mrs. Tony Hall..............Feature Writer
Nathan Iatbin........................ ent st Assistant
Barbara Martinez.......................Student Staff Assistant
Lt. Qndr. Gary Morey ............................ Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and sbt io .na9spapers, under the direction of the ic affairs officer. he Dily Gat isprinted five times a wbek at govern t expnse on government equiuent, .at.the Navy Publications a Printin Service Branch Office. The opinions ana statements t t apear herein are not to he construed as official, or as the ofiial views of the Navy Department or CQmiander, U.S. NavalBae


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.

The library has received state tax forms and instruction booklets from many states and more are arriving daily.
"Behind The Red Door"browse, through the stacks and find


new and intefresting books they have for you!
OTerence Conran's Mew House Book,' by Terence Conran (non-fiction) , has helpful re-decorating ideas for your house.
'How To Defend Yourself Against The IRS,m by Sandor Frank and Robert Fink (non-fiction), is
of legal ways to reduce your annual income tax.
Late Blomers,w by Carol Colman and Michael Perelman
(non-fiction) , is of achieving potential at any age.
"Overcoming Indecisiveness,' by Theodore Isaac Rubin (non-fiction), is about decision making.
MThe New Yorker Cartoon Album,' by Viking


Press (non-fiction), is anj oversized cartoon album.
Goddess," by Anthony Summers (non-fiction) is of the secret lives of Marilyn Monroe.
Sweetheart,m by Andrew Coburn (fiction) is a novel of refenge.
"How To Draw In Pen And Ink," by Susan Meyer and Martin Avilly is a non-fiction book.
incone Tax Wokbook by H and R Block (non* fiction) is a paperback about
income taxes.
"The Sacred Hills,= by
Don Coldsmith (fiction), is the eighth western novel in the Spanish Bit saga.
ODown For The Countm
by Stuart Kaninsky (fiction), is a Toby Peters mystery.


Civilian Aards -- Sustained Superior (from right) Kitty Campbell, Adoiphus Bailey Performance Awards were recently presented and Marie Buchanan. (Photo by PH2 Stephen by Capt. John Condon, CCMNAVBASE (left) , to Atkinson)


Wives club coffee slated March. 19


The Guantanamo Bay
Officers' Wives Club will have a Dessert and Coffee Wednesday, March 19, 7 p.m., in the Barrel Club. The cost is $2.
This event is sponsored by


the Hospital/Dental Wives.
The special guest will be gospel singer Karla Russell. Reservations are due by Sunday, March 16. They may be
submitted to Maureen Kuehne, 2586, or Diane Bredeman,


3703, or Kathy Walters, 4412.
The GBWOC is open to all officers' wives, female officers and civilian equivalant.


Safety committee sponsors poster contest


The Occupational Safety and Health Non-Supervisory Safety Committee is sponsoring a
base wide safety poster contest for school-aged children. There will be 12 winners, three in each of the following age groups: Kindergarten through third
grade, fourth grade through sixth grade, seventh grade through eight grade, and
ninth grade through twelfth grade.
The 12 winning posters will
become our official posters for the next 12 months and
will be used in all work centers throughout the base.
Suggested categories are water safety, safety in the home, safety in the school and safety at work.
The contests rules are:
Entry must be the child's
original work, but parents may offer ideas and supervison, with one entry per
child.
Entry must be not smaller than eight-and-one-half inches by 11 inches, or
larger than 22 inches by 34 inches, on unlined paper. All entries must be turned in to the Occupational Safety
and Health Office, Bldg. 13, or the school office by the close of business Tuesday, April 1. The child's name, age, and grade must appear on
the front of the entry in the


bottom right hand corner.
All entries become the property of the Occupational Safety and Health NonSupervisory Safety Committee. The winning posters may be touched up before being sent out for printing.
The three awards for each
age group are $50 savings bond, dinner for child and parents, choice of two hours


of free barrel boat rental or one hour's free use of a
bowling lane.
Special thank yous go t
the following department. clubs, or individuals: Officers' Wives' Club, Master Dive Instructor Keith Mattson, Reef Raiders Club, Base Clubs System, Blue Caribe, and Recreation Services.


To the editor




Teachers clean up school


Due to circumstances beyond the control of the teachers or administrators of the Guantanamo Bay DoDDS schools, there are no janitorial services in either the high
school or in the elementary school.
Due to the unfortunate circumstances, the administrators at the
elementary school have taken it upon themselves to remove all -trash and sweep the individual classroom, and to also clean all the latrines on the campus.
Mr. Price, the principal at
the high school, has made arrangements for the cleaning


of the high school. We, the teachers, facilit and staff, of the W.
Sampson Elementary and Hiol Schools, would like to publicly thank Beverly Rasmussen, assistant principal at the elementary school; Wolfgang Plakinger, principal of the elementary
school; Tom Price, principal of the high school; and their family members for their efforts and unselfishness in
making our working conditions more tolerable.

The Guantanano Bay
Education Association


2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 12, 1986.

















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LOST
Lost keys on between
Windjammer Club and the Ferry Landing. Keys are on a brass belt clip with a rawhide
strap. If found, please call
John at 6332 JWH.
AUTOS
'84 Oldsmobile Firenza, 4-door sedan, low mileage (18,000), excellent condition, good gas mileage, has catalytic converter, $6350 firm. Call Bill at 3211 AWH.

'73 Matador wagon, needs minor work. Runs great, looks m ood, two new tires, new Wtarter, first $600 has it.
Call Bill at 3522.

'72 Vega station wagon
kamback minus engine. Call
Carl at 2906 AWH.

TWO WHEELERS
Black Yahmaha 400 Special, excellent condition, new
tires, $800. Call 6332 DWH.

BOAT
One 21' Grady White, Deep "V"
center console, fresh overhaul and new lower unit on l4Ohp 6-cyl Mercury outboard, automatic and manual bilge, CB radio, AM/FM cassette, depth finder, two new Marine batteries, bemini
top, 60-gallon fuel cell, ready to fish, ski or whatever, comes with trailer, $8000 or best offer. Call
Carl at 2906 AWH.
FURNITURE
Sofa bed, full size, great to
have for guest, very comfortable, tweed fabric, good condition, $200. Call
2780.

One rattan love seat, $75; four-drawer dresser, great
for kids room, $25 prices Aeg. Call Mack at 3852 before
2:30 p.m.
GARDEN TOOL
Lawn mower with bag, good
condition, $75. Call 2780.


NI SCELL&EOUS
Canon AE-I body, $100; Sansui
GX-910 audio rack, $50; Gemini 4-ch. 10 band mixer, $25. Call Rob at 4189 DWH or 2692 AWH.

Dining set, table and five chairs, excellent condition, $100; two pairs of green drapes, 122x82, each pair $70. Call 3385 AT.

Desk with chair, great for kids room, good condition, $30; movie camera and projector, $7500 or best offer. Call 3437 AT.

Wards portable dishwasher, 2 1/2 years old, excellent condition, $150; three carpets, 12x12 rust, $50; 9x12 taupe, $35; 9x6 rust, $25. Call 2809 AT.

Brown metal bookcase, four shelves, $5; blue metal chest of drawers, four drawers, $10; two surfboards, one for $10 and the other $25. Call 3233 AT.

Pioneer SX-303 receiver, like new, $100; Zenith 19" color TV, $175; Zenith 25" color console TV, does not work, make offer. Prices neg. Call Mack at 3852 before 2:30 p.m.
SERVICES
We clean your house for final inspection. We standby for
inspection, guaranteed to pass. Call Bill or Rosa at 3522 and save $$$.

Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate
Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car.


Someone to tune and repair my
piano. Needs it badly. Call 3609 AWH or 2320 DWH.


Breece assumes Vulcan command here


By JOSN Jake Buehler

In formal ceremonies held yesterday, Capt. James Breech assumed command of the USS Vulcan (AR-5) from Capt. Michael Leeds.
Capt. Breece, a Navy reservist, becomes the repair ship's 36th commanding officer.
The traditional ceremony was held on the pier during a short break from Vulcan's refresher training.
The color guard, composed of Marines from Marine Barracks, paraded the colors to the music provided by the W.T. Sampson High School band.
Capt. Leeds briefly spoke of the many challenges the officers and crew of Vulcan met successfully over the past twenty-two months during his tour. Capt. Leeds was
awarded a gold star in lieu of the third Meritorous Service Medal.
Proceeding with the ceremony, Capt. Leeds then
read his orders to retire after more than 26 years of active duty service.
Vulcan's command master
chief, HTCM Jerry Elm, presented Capt. Leeds with the ship's commissioning pennant.
Capt. Breece, after assuming his command, greeted his new shipmates and
expressed his hopes for the coming months as the ship prepares for an upcoming six-month deployment.
Capt. Breece received his commission from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1961, having received a Congressional
appointment from St. Louis County, 'MO. Upon his commission, he was assigned to the USS John Bole
(DD-755).
Some of Capt. Breece's other assignments have
included duty as commanding officer of two reserve center's in Utah, and two,
now decommissioned, ships.


Filers should save

tax return copies

(AFPS) -- Copies of federal income tax returns from prior years not only serve as good financial
records, but they can serve as guides for
filling out future returns as well, the IRS said.


Old Guantanamo Bay --As we continue of photos, we look at the Navy Exchange with our old photographs of Guantanamo Bay, (NAS) in August 1951. this is the last of Mrs. Cote's submission




3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 12, 1986


Capt. James Breece


Capt. Michael Leeds


NAVNEWS '86


Navy Comanders Sentenced (Washington) -- In two separate cases, two Navy commanders were sentenced recently by military courts-martial.
Cmdr. Donal Billig, former chief heart surgeon at Bethesda Naval Hospital, was sentenced to four years confinement, dismissal from the service and forfeiture of all pay and allowances. Billig was convicted February 28 on two counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count of negligent homicide and 18 counts of dereliction of duty.
Billig will serve his sentence at the U.S. Army Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kan.
In another case, Qndr. John Hollis, 39, convicted of fraternization and adultery, was fined $10,000 and ordered to forfeit $30,000 in pay over a 30-month period.
In addition, Hollis will be confined to the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I., for 60 days and placed at the bottom of the commander's list.
Chief of Naval Operations Adi. James Watkins said of both cases, "The NAvy detected and prosecuted them. We cleaned up our own act and I'm proud of that fact."

SRB Program (Washington) -- The Navy's Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) program remains strong despite budget cutbacks and negative media reports indicating massive cuts.
One of the ways the Navy is plannings on
accommodating the cutbacks is to close the farly reenlistment "window" to 60 days instead of the former six-month minimum. This action will help save SRB money for this fiscal year so every available bonus dollar can be used to retain people in critical ratings who must make a reenlistment decision in FY 1986.

FSC Counselors (Washington) - Confusion was raised recently in an article published by Navy Times concerning Family Service Center (FSC) counselors.
The article, entitled, "Surviving The Unthinkable Infidelity," stated FSC counselors at Air Force commands "are required to make a 'mental health' entry into the service record of any person who receives marriage counseling." This is a fact for Air Force FSC's, but not for Navy FSC's. . Navy FSC counselors have no authority to make an entry into a service record. Records that are kept by FSC counselors are totally separate and distinct from a service record and are protected by the Privacy Act.

Challenger Pilot Nominated (Washington) -- The president has nominated the pilot of the space shuttle Challenger for posthumous appointment to captain. Ckdr. Michael Smith, 40, died on January 28 when the shuttle exploded. Smith's first flight in space was Challenger's final.

VA Delinquent Debtors (Washington) - Your federal income tax refund may be reduced or denied altogether if you have a delinquent veteran's administration (VA) account, according to VA officials.
The VA is sending letters to pdople who have overdue debts stating, "Unless action is taken to liquidate this debt, we intend to refer the debt to the Internal Revenue Service for collection. Any federal income tax refund to which you may be entitled may be offset if full or partial satisfaction of this indebtedness."
People have 60 days from the date of the letter to
clear up any outstanding debts or make suitable payment arrangements before their name is referred to the IRS.

Catalog Prices Increase (Dallas) - A 10 to 20 percent increase of prices in the Europe and Pacific sections of the Exchange mail order catalog overseas edition will be effective March 16.
The price increase is due to the weakening of the U.S. dollar in the world currency markets.






















Hgattlyd for athletes


By Su Greenberg

Many athletes starting an intense physical training
session believe they require a diet'different from that recommended for the average American. They follow a
"more is better" concept and often consume large amounts of protein and various athletic nutritional supplements.
According to research in the area of sports and
nutrition, an athlete's diet should be no different than that of the averaQe American.


potatoes and pasta). The average American diet
contains about 42 percent carbohydrates while the athlete in training should obtain about 50-55 percent total calories from carbohydrates.
For those who compete in prolonged endurance events or train extensively on a daily basis, an even higher percentage of complex carbohydrates is recommended.
Studies have shown a direct relationship to fatigue and the availability of
carbohydrates in the working muscle. Therefore, it is
recommended that an athlete attempt to obtain about 65 percent of the total calories from -carbohydrate sources.
There are numerous myths associated with protein, vitamins and minerals. Athletes often think they
,need more protein, and indeed 12-15 percent of the total
calories should come from protein.
Athletes do not need liquid
protein formulation, or high intakes of vitamin and mineral supplements. The diet
of an athlete by itself should provide the recommended intake of nutrients.


i etsail-t0 tie to0 f.01r, t-(p spot.

(AP) -- Denver missed a Boston broke a two-game Bank and 2 f rm rlan0 ,hance to climb into a first losing skid by winning at Woolridge. place tie with Houston in the Houston 116-104. Larry Bird Philadelphia jumped to a bA's Midwest Division. The had 31 points and ten assists seven-point lead in the first Nuggets lost in Atlanta for the Celtics; Kevin McHale quarter and led the rest of 128-116. They could have and Dennis Johnson each added the way in a 101-91 win over caught the Rockets with a 25 points. The Celtics have the Indiana Pacers. Moses victory over the Hawks. not lost three games in a row Malone topped the 76ers with
Kevin Willis sparkled for for over two seasons. 27 points.
Atlanta with a career-high 39 Chicago coach Stan Albeck Cleveland center Mel Turpin points and 21 rebounds, 14 of earned his three-hundredth collected 32 points and 13 them on the offensive boards. NBA victory. The Bulls beat rebounds while leading the Alex English scored 38 points the New Jersey Nets 113-100 Cavaliers past the New York for Denver. behind 26 points from Gene Knicks 112-107. Turpin hit 14 of his 15 free throws.,Marvin Hag

may fight witq

Thomas Heams


What A Catchi -- Earl Foreman stands next to the 200 pound Bull Shark caught Saturday night near Bouy #1. Foreman, a Fire Department employee, said he and a friend were fishing with yo-yo reels and 30-pound test line. The shark hit about 10:30 p.m. starting what was a two-hour
"tow" which ended off Cable Beach. The anglers landed the shark back at the Marina using the boat's anchor rope tied off in a bowline around the tailfin. (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Gary Morey)


(AP) -- Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns
could be headed for another showdown for Hagler's middleweight boxing
championships. Both fighters won bouts Monday night in jas
Vegas, Nev.
However, immediately after knocking out John Mugabi in the eleventh round of their match, Hagler said, "This might be my last fight."
An hour later, at post-fight news confere4 Hagler said he is not committing himself to
anything now, and that he will take a rest before deciding what to do next.
Hearns said he would love to meet Hagler again. Eleven months ago Hagler knocked out Hearns in the third round of a title fight. Last night Hearns K-O-D James Shuler 1:13 into their scheduled 12-round bout to win the North American Boxing Federation Middleweight crown.
Promoter Bod Arum says he expects a Hagler-Hearns rematch in September.
Doctors said ,previously unbeaten Richie Sandoval was .alert and talking in a Las
Vegas hospital Tuesday night. Sandoval was unconscious for about 14 minutes after Gaby Canizales stopped him the seventh round of their WBA
Bantamweight title fight on the undercard. Canizales knocked Sandoval down five
times, including three times in the seventh round.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


Fishing Derby -- The catch was small during Sunday's fishing derby aboard the Golden Anchor that gave COMO
members just one more activity to choose from in an already busy weekend. The winners are: Cindy lMcGuire, first place
(pictured above right with Mr. John Keefover); Bob Lane, second place; Bob Martin, third place and Steve Philbrick, fourth place. Following the derby and presentation of
awards, members enjoyed the catch of the day during a fish cookout. (Photo by Lt. Qndr. Rick Fischer)


_Area athletics.


Soccer -- The Guantanamo Ambassador Soccer Club is reforming for local competition. Games, scrimmages and practice will be held every Sunday evening at 6 p.m., Cooper
Field soccer area. For more information, call Frank at 6237 UMH or 2437 AWH.

Golf -- There will be an Intercommand Golf meeting on Wednesday, March 19, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office, now located at the Old High School. For more information, call Paula Kneeland at 2560.

Swiig Lessons - "Make-a splash" with swim lessons on March 31 through April 5. Cost is $5. Sign up at the Recreation Services Officer between 7:30 to 11 a.m. and from noon to 4:30 pm. For more information, call Paula Kneeland at 2560.


4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March


The Tigers became fat cats last year, and paid the price of indolence.
This season, the Detroit entry in the American League expects to reverse that.
Maybe not to the extent of their incredible start in 1984, when they ran away from the field in the American League East in the first month, but certainly better than 1985. They never looked like winners last year.
Manager Sparky Anderson
says he warned the team last spring. It did not help. He had a lot of clubhouse
meetings during the season. They did not help. He thinks he made a mistake in that area, and locker-room
lectures will be few and far between this season.
Anderson is looking for two
new players to give the Tigers a boost. One is pitcher Dave LaPoint,
acquired from San Francisco. The other is outfielder Dave Collins, who came to Detroit from Oakland.
LaPoint is being counted on to fill a vacancy in the


starting rotation. He was only 7-17 at San Francisco, but-was working for a mediocre team in a bad ball park.
Collins is a veteran who has not lost any steps, and
can give the Tigers some early foot on the base paths. Dave is a larceny specialist.
Sparky also mentioned
another newcomer, Darnell Coles, who arrived from Seattle and may challenge Tom Brookens for the starting job at third base.
The Tigers have a number of quality ballplayers who appear to be still at their peaks, for openers, catcher Lance Parrish and the combo of shortstop Alan Tramell and
second baseman Lou Wnitaker. Chet Lemon, in center field, had an off-season in 1985, but Anderson thinks he will
rebound.
And, of course, there is Kirk Gibson, a hammering
hitter and light-footed swifty on the base paths. Gibson opted for free agency last fall, could not get
anybody to go for the


enormous price tag he put on himself, and wound up signing again with Detroit.
Gibson, who plays right field, has been threatening for years to hit .320 or more with 40 home runs or more. He may do it this season just out of anger. Or he may do it
to please his bride, who he married during the winter.
Darrell Evans, at first base, hit 40 home runs last
year and will be hard put to duplicate that. But Detra will settle for 30 rightnW
If Anderson wants to worry, he can fret a little about 'his pitching. Jack Morris was the team leader on the mound last year with only 16 victories. A stopper for a pennant contender should
flirt with the 20-win mark. Morris Will be backed up by Walt Terrell, Frank Tanana,
Dan Petry and aPoint. Willie Hernandez heads the bullpen platoon.
Anderson says that, if the Tigers dodge injuries, they will be a team to reckon with
this season.


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NIO rt u4V' wozette Vol. 42 -No. 47 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, March 12, 1986' I. Divers resume search for crew remains PI) -Divers from the Navy salvage ship Preserver are set to search in the Atlantic Ocean again today for wreckage and crew remains fran the shuttle Challenger. Sources say some human remains already were returned to shore for analysis. The January 28 explosion that left seven astronauts dead has NASA officials re-thinking the paralyzed space program. A report (in the New York Times says NASA decided to use both unmanned rockets and manned shuttles to meet increasing foreign competition in launching earth satellites. That is a major revision of the Space Agency' s Operations. Acting NASA Administrator Old Guantanamo Bay -In our pictures of Guantanamo Bay, we view the coaling docks back in 1920, which is known today as "Hospital Cay." This photograph is courtesy William Graham says the seals in the booster rocket joints should be improved even if they are not found responsible for the explosion. Failure of the seals, known as O-rings, is often cited as the likely trigger of Challenger's explosion. of Lt. (Ret.) Gustave Freret, Fairhaven, N.J. (Official Iphoto by U.S. Nayal Historical Center). Girl Scouts celebrate their 74th birthday .Girl Scout Headquarters) -appy Birthday Guantanamo Girl Scouts! Girl Scouts of the United States of America observes its seventy-fourth birthday today. The Girl Scout movement is dedicated to finding and nurturing the best in each individual girl because girls today will become leaders tanorrow. Developing their leadership qualities through Girl Scouting, scouts learn to respect, understand and appreciate the cultural Captain's Hotline Inquiry: The question was raised as to the possibility of putting in U.S. mail boxes in each of the housing areas for the convenience of base residents. rO sponse: Good idea, but currently we do not have the manpower or equipment to support collecting mail from mail boxes in each of the housing areas. Currently there are two runs daily to collect mail from 13 mail boxes on the Naval Station, three at Marine Site and seven at Leeward Point. They are placed in areas convenient to work areas and highly transited locations, and I feel the present locations adequately meet the needs of a majority of the connand. Inquiry: Why is the kiddy pool behind the Villamar pool never in use? Response: Material has been ordered to repair the Kiddy Pool at Villamar.' Unfortunately, it will be several months before all the material arrives. Inquiry: Can there be a playground installed in the 700 block of Villamar for the children to play in? Response: Yes, there is a need for a playground in this area of Villamar. One will be erected when resources are available. Question: Complaint about the low hanging limbs over the sidewalk at Sherman Avenue and Kittery Beach Road at the crosswalk. Children walking to and from school could injure themselves. Can they be trimmed back? Response: Low hanging limbs will be trianed. Thanks for bringing this to my attention. diversity of their sister 'Girl Scouts and of people in their community and the world all over. They have fun while learning new skills, meeting new people and exploring new ideas based on timeless values. Help celebrate Girl Scouting's birthday with continued community support, cooperation and interest to the Girl Scouts through 1986 and always. Mast results Mar. 10, Special Court Martial, Naval Station: One E-6 guilty of violating of UCMJ Article 112a, use and distribution of marijuana, was awarded confinement of three months, reduction to pay grade E-l, forfeiture $425 per month for three months, and a bad conduct discharge. Mar. 6, Captain Mast, Naval Station: One E-6 guilty of violating of UQ4J Article 134, indecent acts with another, awarded confinement of 60 days without hard labor, reduced to E-5, forfeiture $200 per month for two months. 4 E News of the bay Command Name Change -Effective March 1, the Atlantic Fleet Audiovisual Comnand (FLTAVCOMLANT) became Fleet Imaging Comand, Atlantic (FLTIMACCCHIANT) with all subordinate units known as Fleet Imaging Centers or Facilities. The change was brought about by the establishment of the Naval Imaging Comand, Washington, D.C., as a Washington level sponsor for FLTIMAGX4LANT. The word "Imaging" was selected to more accurately reflect the total range of photographic capabilities performed throughout the fleet today. Lt. Qndr. John Sturm serves as Comnanding Officer, Imaging Comnnand, Atlantic. PHCS Joseph Therrien is in charge of Fleet Imaging Facility, Atlantic, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Colombians Say Thanks -The cannanding officer of the A.R.C. Quite Sueflo, Rodolfo Rodriguex Castro, and his crew, in the name of the Colombian people, wish to express a profound thanks to all the personnel of Guantanamo Naval Base for the help and contributions received during the volcano disaster which occured in Armero, Colombia, in November 1985. GTHO Electrical Usage For Mar 3 -Mar 9 Usage Monday $20,201 Tuesday $21,176 Wednesday $23,081 Thursday $22,925 Friday $23,812 Saturday $21,019 Sunday $21,968 Total $154,181 $12,284 Budget $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $20,271 $141,897 Over Budget Around the globe Teachers Ward Off Snakes (UPI) -School officials in Zimbabwe say their teachers are not having problems keeping students under control. But instructors are having trouble warding off hoardes of snakes looking for mates during Africa's dry season. Teachers tired of warding off the invaders with torches are reportedly looking for new jobs. Last year in Zimbabwe, 28 people died from snakebites. New York Passes Gay Rights Measure (UPI) -A New York city council camittee passed a bill barring discrimination against homosexuals in the nation' s largest metropolis yesterday. The long-considered measure made it out of the committee only once before, 12 years ago. It will be put before the entire 35 member city council March 20. A spokesman for the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Rights says, "Barring an earthquake, I do not think we can lose on March 20." Taxpayers Save Millions (UPI) -The General Accounting Office says the 74,000 tips phoned to the government over a free fraud hotline have saved taxpayers millions of dollars in the past seven years. The GAO says more than 11,000 calls touched off the investigations resulting in hundreds of convictions, firings, or other penalities against federal employees and others found to have cheated Uncle San. Shotguns And Rifles Bill Okayed (UPI) -The House Judiciary Camittee has okayed a controversial bill permitting inter-state sales of shotguns and rifles, but barring cross-state sales of handguns. The measure was sent to the House floor, where it could be brought up as early as next week. A fight is expected on relaxing the nation's gun laws. New Jersey Representative Peter Rodino says he was disappointed there was not enough support in camittee to require a waiting period before a person could purchase a handgun. Inside Page 2 -Poster Contest Page 2 -Letter To The Editor Page 3 -Change Of Command Page 3 -WAVMEWS '86 Page 4 -Diet For Athletes Wag i a. Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

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te Girl Scouts -Happy Birthday Girl Scouts. There is a display for Girl Scout Week for your viewing, at the W. T. Sampson Elementary School, during regular school hours. Leeward Point Civic Council -There will be a Leeward Point Civic Council meeting tonight, March 12, 7 -9 p.m., at the Leeward Point Community Center. All Leeward Point residents are urged to attend. PWD Nursery -The PWD Nursery will re-open tomorrow, March 13, for the issue of plants and shrubs. Your patience has been appreciated. Guantanamo Bay Photographers -Guantanamo Bay Girl Scouts would like to suhnit a photograph to New York Girl Scout Headquarters to be considered for the 1987 Girl Scout calendar. What special recognition that would bring all of us. If you have color slides of Girl Scout activities, with girls in their uniforms, or the Guantanamo T-shirt, please contact Valerie Ford, 2144, as soon as possible. Our entries must be in to New York before the end of March. City Colleges Of Chicago -CCC will be on Leeward Point, Friday, March 14, in the 4C-10 training roan, to conduct registration for the upcoming term. 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-mmbers. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195. 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. Teen Club Meeting -On Wednesday, March 19, the Teen Club members are having a meeting to plan new events. All teenagers are encouraged to attend. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195. Teen Club Beach Party -On Friday, March 21, the Teen Club is having a beach party at Windill Beach, with music and munchies, 7 -11 p.m. The cost is $3. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195. Blue Caribe -Tomorrow' s special at the Blue Caribe is a "Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice of potato, vegetable, rolls and butter, $4.95. Friday's special is "Broiled Lobster Tails," served with all the trimmings, $12.25. Marine Corps Exchange -Light up your life. Are you tired of reading in the dark? The MCX has a beautiful selection of lamps in all styles and colors. Navy Exchange -The NEX has just received a shipment of European ceramic wall plaques and decorations. These items will be sold at the NEX Retail Store and Leeward Point Annex Saturday, March 15. Shop early for the best selection. A limit of two items per customer is due to a limited supply. Navy Exchange -The NEX Main Retail Store and Leeward Point Annex has just received a shipent of electric fans. Osilg gazette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John kCon, USN.rmaner, U.S. Naval Barse Lt. (lar. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer l StceyBynton .Assistant Pblic Affairs Officer 302 Nil Gll au, USNM.Muana irrggFin J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Assi Eitor SA Kim Fields .Staff Assistant Mrs. Diane Ahmeran .Secretry Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efisff. Prodution'Assistant Mrs. Tony Hall*.**.Feature Writer Nathan Dobin. .Stixiat Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Studnt Staff Assistant Lt. Ordr. Gary Marey.Reservist Support The Daily Gazette is published accordin to the rules and regulations for ship and station ewpa es, under the direction of e plic affairs officer. The Daily Gasette is printed five tine a sek at goerent expense on government equipnt, at the Navy Pblications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Clanader, U.S. Naval Base. 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. The library has received state tax forms and instruction booklets from many, states and more are arriving daily. "Behind The Red Door"browse through the stacks and find new ahd interesting books they have for you! Terence Conran's New House Book,' by Terence Conran (non-fiction) has helpful re-decorating ideas for your house. How To Defend Yourself Against The IRS,' by Sandor Frank and Robert Fink (non-fiction), is of legal ways to reduce your annual income tax. Late Bloomers,' by Carol Colman and Michael Perelman (non-fiction), is of achieving potential at any age. Overcoming Indecisiveness,' by Theodore Isaac Rubin (non-fiction), is about decision making. The New Yorker Cartoon Album,' by Viking Press (non-fiction) is an oversized cartoon albun. Goddess,' by Anthony Summers (non-fiction) is of the secret lives of Marilyn Monroe. "Sweetheart," by Andrew Coburn (fiction) is a novel of refenge. How To Draw In Pen And Ink,' by Susan Meyer and Martin Avilly is a non-fiction book. 'Income Tax Workbook by H and R Block (non fiction) is a paperback about incane taxes. The Sacred Hills,' by Don Coldsmith (fiction), is the eighth western novel in the Spanish Bit saga. Down For The Count," by Stuart Kaminsky (fiction), is a Toby Peters mystery. Civilian Awards -Sustained Superior (fran right) Kitty Campbell, Adolphus Bailey Performance Awards were recently presented and Marie Buchanan. (Photo by PH2 Stephen by Capt. John Condon, CCHNAVBASE (left), to Atkinson) Wives club coffee slated March,19 The Guantanamo Bay Officers' Wives Club will have a Dessert and Coffee Wednesday, March 19, 7 p.m., in the Barrel Club. The cost is $2. This event is sponsored by the Hospital/Dental Wives. The special guest will be gospel singer Karla Russell. Reservations are due by Sunday, March 16. They may be submitted to Maureen Kuehne, 2586, or Diane Bredeman, 3703, or Kathy Walters, 4412. The GBWOC is open to all officers' wives, female officers and civilian equivalent. Safety committee sponsors poster contest The Ocupational Safety and Health Non-Supervisory Safety Committee is sponsoring a base wide safety poster contest for school-aged children. There will be 12 winners, three in each of the following age groups: Kindergarten through third grade, fourth grade through sixth grade, seventh grade through eight grade, and ninth grade through twelfth grade. The 12 winning posters will become our official posters for the next 12 months and will be used in all work centers throughout the base. Suggested categories are water safety, safety in the home, safety in the school and safety at work. The contests rules are: Entry must be the child's original work, but parents may offer ideas and supervison, with one entry per child. Entry must be not smaller than eight-and-one-half inches by 11 inches, or larger than 22 inches by 34 inches, on unlined paper. All entries must be turned in to the Occupational Safety and Health Office, Bldg. 13, or the school office by the close of business Tuesday, April 1. The child's name, age, and grade must appear on the front of the entry in the bottom right hand corner. All entries become the property of the Occupational Safety and Health NonSupervisory Safety Comnittee. The winning posters may be touched up before being sent out for printing. The three awards for each age group are $50 savings bond, dinner for child and parents, choice of two hours of free barrel boat rental or one hour's free use of a bowling lane. Special thank yous go t the following department., clubs, or individuals: Officers' Wives' Club, Master Dive Instructor Keith Mattson, Reef Raiders Club, Base Clubs System, Blue Caribe, and Recreation Services. To the editor Teachers clean up school Due to circumstances beyond the control of the teachers or administrators of the Guantanamo Bay DoDDS schools, there are no janitorial services in either the high school or in the elementary school. Due to the unfortunate circumstances, the administrators at the elanentary school have taken it upon themselves to remove all trash and sweep the individual classroom, and to also clean all the latrines on the campus. Mr. Price, the principal at the high school, has made arrangements for the cleaning of the high school. We, the teachers, facilit and staff, of the W. Sampson Elementary and Hi Schools, would like to publicly thank Beverly Rasmussen, assistant principal at the elementary school; Wolfgang Plakinger, principal of the elementary school; Tom Price, principal of the high school; and their family members for their efforts and unselfishness in making our working conditions more tolerable. The Guantanamo Bay Education Association 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 12, 1986

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the kS aker 4 LOST Lost keys on between Windjammer Club and the Ferry Landing. Keys are on a brass belt clip with a rawhide. strap. If found, please call John at 6332 DWH. AUTOS '84 Oldsmobile Firenza, 4-door sedan, low mileage (18,000), excellent condition, good gas mileage, has catalytic converter, $6350 firm. Call Bill at 3211 AWH. '73 Matador wagon, needs minor work. Runs great, looks S ood, two new tires, new starter, first $600 has it. Call Bill at 3522. '72 Vega station wagon kamback minus engine. Call Carl at 2906 AWH. TWO WHEELERS Black Yahmaha 400 Special, excellent condition, new tires, $800. Call 6332 IWH. BOAT One 21' Grady White, Deep "V" center console, fresh overhaul and new lower unit on 140hp 6-cyl Mercury outboard, automatic and manual bilge, CB radio, AM/FM cassette, depth finder, two new Marine batteries, bemini top, 60-gallon fuel cell, ready to fish, ski or whatever, comes with trailer, $8000 or best offer. Call Carl at 2906 AWH. FURNITURE Sofa bed, full size, great to have for guest, very comfortable, tweed fabric, good condition, $200. Call 2780. One rattan love seat, $75; four-drawer dresser, great for kids room, $25 prices eg .Call Mack at 3852 before 2:30 p.m. GARDEN TOOL Lawn mower with bag, good condition, $75. Call 2780. MISCELLANEOUS Canon AE-1 body, $100; Sansui GX-910 audio rack, $50; Genini 4-ch. 10 band mixer, $25. Call Rob at 4189 DWH or 2692 AWH. Dining set, table and five chairs, excellent condition, $100; two pairs of green drapes, 122x82, each pair $70. Call 3385 AT. Desk with chair, great for kids room, good condition, $30; movie camera and projector, $7500 or best offer. Call 3437 AT. Wards portable dishwasher, 2 1/2 years old, excellent condition, $150; three carpets, 12xl2 rust, $50; 9x12 taupe, $35; 9x6 rust, $25. Call 2809 AT. Brown metal bookcase, four shelves, $5; blue metal chest of drawers, four drawers, $10; two surfboards, one for $10 and the other $25. Call 3233 AT. Pioneer SX-303 receiver, like new, $100; Zenith 19" color TV, $175; Zenith 25" color console TV, does not work, make offer. Prices neg. Call Mack at 3852 before 2:30 p.m. SERVICES We clean your house for final inspection. We standby for inspection, guaranteed to pass. Call Bill or Rosa at 3522 and save $$$. Car waxing. Too busy to keep that expensive car from oxidizing and looking sharp? Then call for an estimate Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. at 2981. Very reasonable, consider the value of your car. WANTED Someone to tune and repair my piano. Needs it badly. Call 3609 AWH or 2320 DWH. Old Guantanamo Bay --As we continue with our old photographs of Guantanamo Bay, this is the last of Mrs. Cote's submission Breece assumes Vulcan command here By JOSH Jake Buehler In formal ceremorries held yesterday, Capt. James Breech assumed command of the USS Vulcan (AR-5) from Capt. Michael Leeds. Capt. Breece, a Navy reservist, becomes the repair ship's 36th commanding officer. The traditional ceremony was held on the pier during a short break from Vulcan's refresher training. The color guard, composed of Marines from Marine Barracks, paraded the colors to the music provided by the W.T. Sampson High School band. C Capt. Leeds briefly spoke of the many challenges the officers and crew of Vulcan met successfully over the past twenty-two months during his tour. Capt. Leeds was awarded a gold star in lieu of the third Meritorous Service Medal. Proceeding with the ceremony, Capt. Leeds then read his orders to retire after more than 26 years of active duty service. Vulcan's command master chief, HTCM Jerry Elm, presented Capt. Leeds with the ship's commissioning pennant. Capt. Breece, after assuming his command, greeted his new shipmates and expressed his hopes for the coming months as the ship prepares for an upcoming six-month deployment. Capt. Breece received his commission from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1961, having received a Congressional appointment from St. Louis County, 'Mo. Upon his commission, he was assigned to the USS John Bole (DD-755) Some of Capt. Breece's other assignments have included duty as commanding officer of two reserve center's in Utah, and two, now decommissioned, ships. Filers should save tax return copies (AFPS) -Copies of federal income tax returns from prior years not only serve as good financial records, but they can serve as guides for filling out future returns as well, the IRS said. of photos, we look at the Navy Exchange (NAS) in August 1951. ;apt. Jam es Breece Capt. Michael Leeds NAVNEWS '86 Navy Commanders Sentenced (Washington) -In two separate cases, two Navy commanders were sentenced recently by military courts-martial. Qndr. Donal Billig, former chief heart surgeon at Bethesda Naval Hospital, was sentenced to four years confinement, dismissal from the service and forfeiture of all pay and allowances. Billig was convicted February 28 on two counts of involuntary manslaughter, one count of negligent homicide and 18 counts of dereliction of duty. Billig will serve his sentence at the U.S. Army Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kan. In another case, Qudr. John Hollis, 39, convicted of fraternization and adultery, was fined $10,000 and ordered to forfeit $30,000 in pay over a 30-month period. In addition, Hollis will be confined to the Naval Education and Training Center, Newport, R.I., for 60 days and placed at the bottom of the commander's list. Chief of Naval Operations Adm. James Watkins said of both cases, "The NAvy detected and prosecuted them. We cleaned up our own act and I'm proud of that fact." SRB Program (Washington) -The Navy' s Selective Reenlistment Bonus (SRB) program remains strong despite budget cutbacks and negative media reports indicating massive cuts. One of the ways the Navy is plannings on accommodating the cutbacks is to close the farly reenlistment "window" to 60 days instead of the former six-month minimum. This action will help save SRB money for this fiscal year so every available bonus dollar can be used to retain people in critical ratings who must make a reenlistment decision in FY 1986. FSC Counselors (Washington) -Confusion was raised recently in an article published by Navy Times concerning Family Service Center (FSC) counselors. The article, entitled, "Surviving The Unthinkable Infidelity," stated FSC counselors at Air Force commands "are required to make a 'mental health' entry into the service record of any person who receives marriage counseling." This is a fact for Air Force FSC's, but not for Navy FSC's. Navy FSC counselors have no authority to make an entry into a service record. Records that are kept by FSC counselors are totally separate and distinct from a service record and are protected by the Privacy Act. Challenger Pilot Nominated (Washington) -The president has nominated the pilot of the space shuttle Challenger for posthumous appointment to captain. Qndr. Michael Smith, 40, died on January 28 when the shuttle exploded. Smith's first flight in space was Challenger's final. VA Delinquent Debtors (Washington) -Your federal income tax refund may be reduced or denied altogether if you have a delinquent veteran's administration (VA) account, according to VA officials. The VA is sending letters to people who have overdue debts stating, "Unless action is taken to liquidate this debt, we intend to refer the debt to the Internal Revenue Service for collection. Any federal income tax refund to which you may be entitled may be offset if full or partial satisfaction of this indebtedness." People have 60 days from the date of the letter to clear up any outstanding debts or make suitable payment arrangements before their name is referred to the IRS. Catalog Prices Increase (Dallas) -A 10 to 20 percent increase of prices in the Europe and Pacific sections of the Exchange mail order catalog overseas edition will be effective March 16. The price increase is due to the weakening of the U.S. dollar in the world currency markets. 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 12, 1986 I I

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Nuget~ anit to tie Rockets1 N_(AP) -Denver missed a Boston broke a two-game -hance to climb into a first losing skid by winning at glace tie with Houston in the Houston 116-104. Larry Bird bBA's Midwest Division. The had 31 points and ten assists Nuggets lost in Atlanta for the Celtics: Kevin McHale 1-1 _he -mld hv n ensJhsnec de By Susan Greenberg Many athletes starting an intense physical training session believe they require a diet'different from that recommended for the average American. They follow a "more is better" concept and often consume large amounts of protein and various athletic nutritional supplements. According to research in the area of sports and nutrition, an athlete's diet should be no different than that of the average American. Athletes require the same basic nutrients, but in varying amounts. Beyond this general concept there are, however, some subtle differences. One major difference is the caloric requirement. It is not uncommon for an athlete to require 3000-5000 calories a day. For the average American male, the caloric requirement is about 2500 a day and about 2000 a day for females. Another major difference is the proportion of total calories from complex carbohydrate sources (bread, cereal, fruit, vegetables, potatoes and pasta). The average American diet contains about 42 percent carbohydrates while the athlete in training should obtain about 50-55 percent total calories from carbohydrates. For those who compete in prolonged endurance events or train extensively on a daily basis, an even higher percentage of complex carbohydrates is recommended. Studies have shown a direct relationship to fatigue and the availability of carbohydrates in the working muscle. Therefore, it is recommended that an athlete attempt to obtain about 65 percent of the total calories from carbohydrate sources. There are numerous myths associated with protein, vitamins and minerals. Athletes often think they need more protein, and indeed 12-15 percent of the total calories should come from protein. Athletes do not need liquid protein formulation, or high intakes of vitamin and mineral supplements. The diet of an athlete by itself should provide the recommended intake of nutrients. 128-116. Tney could nave caught the Rockets with a victory over the Hawks. Kevin Willis sparkled for Atlanta with a career-high 39 points and 21 rebounds, 14 of them on the offensive boards. Alex English scored 38 points for Denver. ana enni sonson eacn aaea 25 points. The Celtics have not lost three games in a row for over two seasons. Chicago coach Stan Albeck earned his three-hundredth NBA victory. The Bulls beat the New Jersey Nets 113-100 behind 26 points from Gene What A Catch! -Earl Foreman stands next to the 200 pound Bull Shark caught Saturday night near Bouy #1. Foreman, a Fire Department employee, said he and a friend were fishing with yo-yo reels and 30-pound test line. The shark hit about 10:30 p.m. starting what was a two-hour "tow" which ended off Cable Beach. The anglers landed the shark back at the Marina using the boat's anchor rope tied off in a bowline around the tailfin. (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Gary Morey) Fishing Derby -The catch was small during Sunday's fishing derby aboard the Golden Anchor that gave COMO manbers just one more activity to choose from in an already busy weekend. The winners are: Cindy McGuire, first place (pictured above right with Mr. John Keefover); Bob Lane, second place; Bob Martin, third place and Steve Philbrick, fourth place. Following the derby and presentation of awards, members enjoyed the catch of the day during a fish cookout. (Photo by Lt. Qndr. Rick Fischer) Area athletics Soccer -The Guantanamo Ambassador Soccer Club is reforming for local competition. Games, scrimmages and practice will be held every Sunday evening at 6 p.m., Cooper Field soccer area. For more information, call Frank at 6237 DWH or 2437 AWH. Golf -There will be an Intercommand Golf meeting on Wednesday, March 19, 5 p.m. at the Recreation Services Office, now located at the Old High School. For more information, call Paula Kneeland at 2560. Sviming Lessons -"Make a splash" with swim lessons on March 31 through April 5. Cost is $5. Sign up at the Recreation Services Officer between 7:30 to 11 a.m. and from noon to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call Paula Kneeland at 2560. Healthy diet for athletes The Sportsman By Charles Morey The Tigers became fat cats starting rotation. He was enormous price tag he put on last year, and paid the price only 7-17 at San Francisco, himself, and wound up signing of indolence. but was working for a again with Detroit. This season, the Detroit mediocre team in a bad ball Gibson, who plays right entry in the American League park. field, has been threatening expects to reverse that. Collins is a veteran o for years to hit .320 or more Maybe not to the extent of has not lost any steps, and with 40 have runs or more. He their incredible start in can give the Tigers some may do it this season just 1984, when they ran away from early foot on the base paths. out of anger. Or he may do it the field in the American Dave is a larceny specialist, to please his bride, who he League East in the first Sparky also mentioned married during the winter. month, but certainly better another newcomer, Darnell Darrell Evans, at first than 1985. They never looked Colas, who arrived from base, hit 40 home runs last like winners last year. Seattle and may challenge Tom year and will be hard put to Manager Sparky Anderson Brookens for the starting job duplicate that. But Detr says he warned the team last at third base. will settle for 30 right n spring. It did not help. He The Tigers have a number of If Anderson wants to worry, had a lot of clubhouse quality ballplayers who he can fret a little about meetings during the season, appear to be still at their his pitching. Jack orris was They did not help. He thinks peaks, for openers, catcher the teas leader on the mound he made a mistake in that Lance Parrish and the combo last year with only 16 area, and locker-room of shortstop Alan Tramell and victories. A stopper for a lectures will be few and far second baseman Lou Witaker. pennant contender should between this season.Chat Leson, in center field, flirt with the 20-win mark. Anderson is looking for two had an off-season in 1985, Morris will be backed up by new players to give the but Anderson thinks he will Walt Terrell, Frank Tanana, Tigers a boost. One is rebound. Dan Petry and [aPint. pitcher Dave LaPoint, And, of course, there is Willie Hernandez heads the acquired from San Francisco. Kirk Gibson, a hammering bullpen platoon. The other is outfielder Dave hitter and light-footed Anderson says that, if the Collins, who came to Detroit swiftly on the base paths. Tigers dodge injuries, they from Oakland. Gibson opted for frse agency will he a team to reckon with LaPoint is being counted on last fall, could not get this season. to fill a vacancy in the anybody to go for the 4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 12, 1986 for top spot Banks and 22 from Orlando Woolridge. Philadelphia jumped to a seven-point lead in the first quarter and led the rest of the way in a 101-91 win over the Indiana Pacers. Moses Malone topped the 76ers with 27 points. Cleveland center Mel Turpin collected 32 points and 13 rebounds while leading the Cavaliers past the New York Knicks 112-107. Turpin hit 14 of his 15 free throws. Marvin Hag may fight with Thomas Hearns (AP) -Marvelous Marvin Hagler and Thomas Hearns could be headed for another showdown for Hagler's middleweight boxing championships. Both fighters won bouts Monday night in (as Vegas, Nev. However, immediately after knocking out John Mugabi in the eleventh round of their match, Hagler said, "This might be my last fight." An hour later, at post-fight news conference Hagler said he is not committing himself to anything now, and that he will take a rest before deciding what to do next. Hearns said he would love to meet Hagler again. Eleven months ago Hagler knocked out Hearns in the third round of a title fight. Last night Hearns K-O-D James Shuler 1:13 into their scheduled 12-round bout to win the North American Boxing Federation Middleweight crown. Promoter Bod Arum says he expects a Hagler-Hearns rematch in September. Doctors said previously unbeaten Richie Sandoval was alert and talking in a Las Vegas hospital Tuesday night. Sandoval was unconscious for about 14 minutes after Gaby Canizales stopped him the seventh round of their WBA Bantamweight title fight on the undercard. Canizales knocked Sandoval down five times, including three times in the seventh round. i i T i 7 I c k I F i 1


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