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Vol. 42 --, No., 4*8 - U.S.. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper - Friday, March' 14,' 1986


Republican's trip to Nicaragua "guided tour"'

President Reagan's package. The Democrats say it passage of the aid package p* for aiding Nicaragua's is a Mite House guided tour. the President yesterday stood rebels has nine House Reagan says not aiding in front of weapons Nicaragua Republicans planning a Nicaragua's Contras would allegedly smuggled to leftist one-day trip to Nicaragua cause irreparable disaster, groups in neighboring today. The President warned that the nations. Reagan later The Republicans say they United States may one day produced witnesses to back up want to get a first-hand look to the south and see a what he says is proof of assessment of the situation string of anti-American Sandinista crimes against before the House votes on Communist dictatorships. their neighbors. Reagan's $100 million aid To impress the need for


External fuel tank cleared

(UPI) -- The presidential Institute of Technology panel investigating the it is apparent a lea Challe.nger disaster has fiery qases throuqh a


Heavy Maintenance -- Power plant mechanic Jim Malogorski uses a crane to lift out part of a steam turbine for overhaul. It takes a team of mechanics approximately six weeks to complete the refurbishing that is required every four years. See March 18's edition for more "power." (Photo byLt. Dick Tremain)


as' blast culprit

says astronauts have been brought of ashore by the USS Preserver. oint Salvage efforts were ket interrupted yesterday by high ast. winds.
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ents (UPI) -- People waiting for have tax refunds can take heart. the The Internal Revenue Service
says it is far ahead of where it was last year in sending
out refunds.
IRS spokeswoman Johnell
Hunter says the IRS has approved 12.5 million refunds for taxpayers. The figure is almost 50 percent above-the
IRS pace of 1985.
To date, the IRS has
processed $9,200,000,000 in refunds, up from
4 $5,800,000,000 last year.
This year, the average refund is $733, an increase frot
last year's average of $691.
The IRS ran into trouble
last year because of the glitches in a new computer system and a variety of human errors. There were reports
that IRS employees at some
service centers had destroyed returns, and those employees were disciplined. As a result of the snags, many taxpayers suffered extraordinary delays
in getting their refunds.


ANews of the bay



Cmdx. E. T. Lindberg, (SJA)

Chain Letter Scheme -Faulted -- Recently, a member of the Guantanamo Bay community received a chain letter solicitation which advocates becoming rich with a low investment of $20. This letter is no different than a pyramid chain letter scheme which is prohibited, except that the law against chain letters is circumvented, in this case, because the author says, "If you send $5, you will be sent a one or two-page investment document."
The chain letter or pyramid scheme appears to be a quick way to get rich.
Mathematically, this scheme is faulted. If more than a very few people send letters, soon the number sent far exceeds the total population. Few get rich, most lose their money.
If you receive one of these chain letters, please contact the Staff Judge Advocate at 4454.

Wild Animal Control -- The Security Department is conducting wild-animal control between the hours of 1 and 3 a.m. on the following dates next week: Monday, March 17: Nob Hill and Villamar Housing areas; Tuesday, March 18: Windmill Beach, Wednesday; March 19:
Industrial area from Sherman Avenue to Water Front between Pier Alpha and Pier Delta; Thursday, March 20: Fleet Landing, CPO Club, Marblehead, Windjammer and Golf Shack areas, Friday, March 21: East, Wast and Center Bargos




Flight

schedule


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


Aircraft
C-9B MEDEVAC C-12 (17-19) C-12 Day Shop 727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (19-21) C-141 Cargo 727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (21-23)


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


Destination Roosey Road Kingston Kingston Kingston Norfolk Grand Cayman Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Montego Bay


Arrives 1: 50 p.m. 8:45 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.


1. Active duty military personnel flying on MAC aircraft must travel in the uniform of the day at destination or Service Dress Blue.
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


9:20 a.m. 9:45 a.m. 11:30 a.m. Noon

4:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m.
6:30 p.m.


11:30 a.m. Noon

4:00 p.m. 4:50 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m.


Bugs Bunny Nickelodeon CNN Headline News NZAA Basketball (Two games will be aired)
Information Special "Space Flight" Movie: "Tennis Court" CNN Headline News

Sunday
CNN Headline News NCAA Basketball (Two games will be aired) All-Star Wrestling
Movie: "Puzzle" CNN Headline News
MLaughlin Group Presidential Address (Possible Democratic response)


Inside
Page 2 - Dog Gone Story
Page 3 - Job Market Page 3 -- Yard Sales Page 4 - Rockets Boost NBA Record Page 4 - Basketball Tourney Results


Mast

results

Mar. 14, Captain's Mast, Naval Station: One E-5 guilty of UCMJ Article 111, drunken driving, was awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $100
per month for two months and reduced to E-4.

One E-5 guilty of UCMJ Article 92, dereliction in performance of duties, was
awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $50 per month for two months
and reduc-ed to E-4 (suspended for six months).

One E-4 guilty of UCMJ Article 86, abandoning watch, was awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $50 per month for two days, and reduced to E-3 (suspended for six
months).














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Balley's Comet T-Shirts -- The T-shirts ordered at the comet watch
will be available at the Elenentary purpose room, Sunday, March 16, 3 accompanying certificates.


Halley's Comet have arrived and School multi5 p.m., with


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.
Marina Gas Pump -- The Marina gas pump hours of
operation are: Sunday, 7 - 11 p.m.; Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.
- 5 p.m.; Wednesday, 1 - 9 p.m.; Thursday, 1 - 9 p.m.;
Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 11 p.m.; Saturday and Holidays, 7
11 p.m.

Teen Skating Party -- There is a Recreation
Services teen skating party, Saturday, March 15, at the
pit of the old high school, $1.50 for members, and $2
for non-members. For more information, contact Mary Kay
Elsener, 3195.

Clown Around Day -- Watch out for "Clown Around
Day" with Recreation Services, April 25.

Marquee Board -- The marquee board, in front of the Navy Lodge, is a community service information device.
Anything you feel the community should know, let the
Recreation Services publicity and marketing office
know. All personal messages such as a birthday,
anniversary, and others are to be paid for through
Tours and Travel. For more information, contact Terri
Edison, 3246.

Self-Help Store Equipment -- Housing has just
received its initial issue of lawnmowers and
weedeaters. Tenants may start checking out these items
on Monday, March 17 at the Housing Self-Help Store.

Ombudsman Meeting -- The next meeting is Wednesday, March 26, not March 20 as scheduled. This open meeting
begins at 4:45 p.m. in the Family Service Center
Conference Room. For more information, call Susan Byrd,
4141/4153.

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

Officers Hail And Farewell -- Join the "Caribbean
Cruise" at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday,
April 5. The ship sails at 6:30 p.m. Dance to a live
Jamaican band, and bid farewell to friends. Lots of
free surprises. Tickets are available from command
representatives and at the club. Call Kathi, 3812 for a
table reservation.

Navy Relief -- There will be a meeting of the Navy Relief Fund Drive Committee, Thursday, March 20, at 2
p.m. in the education and training classroom at the
Naval Hospital. All commands should ensure attendance
by their representative or call C304 Bill Feyh, 7227 or
7211.

Navy Campus -- A limited number of English with
Essay tests are available for New York Regents
students. This test is given only four times a year,
and is a requirement for those students who do not have
an English class. The test satisfies the requirement
with six semester hours credit. Call Navy Campus, 4769 for reservations for the Monday, March 24 testing date.




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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN...............Camander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Cdr. Rick Fischer, USN.................Public Affairs Officer
JO StaceyBinton.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Guilleau, USN...................... Managing BEitor
J03 Teri Thmas, USN ........................ Assistant BEitor
'SA Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Mrs. Diane Ammnrman .................................... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Mrs. Tony Hall............................... Feature Writer
Nathan Durbin........................Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
Lt. Qdr. Gary Morey ............................. Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a yWjpk at government expense on government equipent, at the Na Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. the opinions and statements that appe.arherein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Dapartment or Ccmmander, U.S. Naval Base.


ProPer handling and you will not burn


Start your engines, but safely, please. With sumner fun and summer chores come summer accidents and some are explosive. Fueling of boats, mowers, min-bikes, go-carts, requires caution.
Gasoline is a flammable liquid which vaporizes easily. Once vaporized, it can burn or explode easily. Gasoline vapors are invisible
and heavier than air. They float to the ground and travel along until they find a heat source and ignite. Be extremely careful when using gasoline and follow these rules:
o Do not smoke.
o Always fuel outside. Move ten feet from, the fueling
spot (away from the vapors) and then start the engine.
o Store gasoline in an approved, closed, metal container. Replace the lid after every use.
o Cool all motors before refueling.
o Never use gasoline as a


A dog-gone story...



Marines look

for a few

"good dogs?"


By Lt. Dick Tremain
Guantanamo residents, RM3 Annemarie Dawson and her husband DK3 Steve Dawson have
contributed to the few good men, or rather dogs, of the United States Marine Corps.
A purebred bulldog, raised by Annemarie and her mother, is now an official Marine
Corps mascot based in Charleston, S. C. The dog,
Beauregard, has the rank of private, and could eventually rise to the rank of sergeant major.
Beau is some dog, and he
has been bred and raised by bulldog experts.
Annemarie Dawson and her mother, Rosemary Logan, from Barnesville, Ga., have been raising bulldogs for the past 21 years. They have been selectively breeding and
improving the dogs, so much so, that from their first championship in 1969, the awards have piled up.
"We have one bulldog in the Hall of Fame because it sired so many champions," said Annemarie. "Eleven puppies were champions and my mother has been placed in the Bulldog Breeders Hall of
Fame".
"The Marine Corps called and said they would like one of our bulldogs for a mascot and that they would make a good home for it in Charleston," recounted Annemarie. "Mom said,
'O.K.'"


cleaner, solvent or charcoal lighter. It is explosive. Use only as fuel for engines.
o If you have a gasoline fire, forget fighting it. Get everyone away from it and call the Fire Department at 3333.
When refueling your boat,
remember:
o Never refill portable


fuel tanks in the boat. Take them ashore for filling and wipe off any spillage before
placing them onboard.
o Shut down all engines, motors, pumps, fans, and heating devices before refueling.
o Do not smoke when using gasoline.


Military Rank Wa or Civilian Equivalent

04-05 ......................... 2
Wl-03 ......................... 1
Enlisted (4 Bedroom)........... 3
Enlisted (3 Bedroom)........... 1
Enlisted (1-2 Bedroom)......... 3


This data is valid for March 1, daily. Please check with the determine your particular wait.


ait In Months


to to to to to


4 months 5 months 5 months 3 months 5 months


1986. Data changes housing office to


Friday, March 14, 1986


Red Cross volunteer of the month

By Luis Sanquirico

It is with great pleasure to announce the selection of Mrs. Merry Morris as the Red Cross "Volunteer of the Month," for February 1986.
It is very appropriate that she be recognized during the month of March as it coincides with Red Cross Month. Due to her aggresiveness and commitment, the volunteer program is now organized and functioning. Sh typifies a true, dedicated volunteer and her desire to excel is unequaled.
On behalf of the American Red Cross, all our
dedicated volunteers, we proudly salute you Merry. Thank you.


Please advise your families

The office of the Minister of Labour in Jamaica has asked the Jamaican community to advise their families in Jamaica that the address to be used for mails sent to Guantanamo Bay should read:
P.O. Box 10001
Central Sorting Office
Kingston

The Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office requests that all employees assure by calling 4209 or 4615, that their appropriate next-of-kin with their current address has been designated in their official personnel folder.


Housing Waiting Lists


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82-86 83-86




76-86-A AF-73-86-A


Job Market


Navy Exchange

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


#131-85
Food Service Worker F/T NA-l/$3.57 or LWG-I/$2.30 54-85
Sales Clerk F/T
S-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86
Sales Clerk P/T PS-l/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99
LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #2-86
Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #18-86
Customer Service Clerk F/T PS-3/$4.27 leading to PS-4/$4.54 LGS-3/$3.42 leading to LGS-4/$4.08 #19-86
Bakery Worker F/T LWG-5/$3.60 #20-86
Food Service Worker P/T NA-2/$4.03 or LWG-2/$2.63 #21-86
rsenalized Services Clerk P/T
3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42
2-86
Visual Merchandiser F/T
PS-5/$4.84 #25-86
Accounting Technician F/T AS-5/$5.01 #26-86
Security Guard P/T
US-PS-2/$3.99 or Non-US-PS-2/$2.75 #27-86
Cashier-Checker PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75


Open Stop
Light
Inn
Open Retail
Store

Open Retail
Store


Open Pizza
Pub

Open Retail
Store


Open Open Open R
S

Open RE Open Open
oRE


Marine Corps Exchange

The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. March 21.

b. Barber, NA/LWG-6703-7, full time position, one required.

For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570.


Open Regisler

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


Position and Grade
Blue Caribe *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03
(Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04,
Deli (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04
(Permanent and Temporary)
Personalized *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 3ervices Leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-318-05
(Permanent and Temporary)
tail Store Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing),
GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk Accounting (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05
*Accounting Technician, GS/LGS525-04 (Permanent and Temporary)
Sound Scene *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525etail Store 04 leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-525Mini Mart 05 (Permanent and Temporary) Blue Caribe Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/LGS-03, or
GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT)
Production Control Clerk,
GS/LGS-303-04
Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT e Naval Base Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to of business GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 erning these (Permanent and Temporary) Naval Base Telephone Operator, GS/LGSwing Vacancy 382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed tin boards, one year)
Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 LOCATION (Part Time) (Temp. Not to exceed
the end of the school year, but
PWD incumbents may be noncompetitively extended.)
NBCPO Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02' or N
Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/PT)
Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 N
(INT, FT/PT)
NAS BEQ Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or NA
Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 Recreation (INT, FT/PT)
Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-01 NA
and NA/LWG-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT)
Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408- N L Naval Base 02 (INT, FT/PT) of business Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-02 NA
(INT, FT/PT)
Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 N LOCATION (INT, FT/PT)
Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 N Recreation (INT, FT/PT)
Child Care Giver/Recreation Aid, N
PS/LGS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT)
Navy Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) Nf blication PS/LGS-0189-O3 (INT, FT/PT ting Office Club Operations Assistant, NM Navy PS-1101-04 or Recreation blication Assistant, LGS-0189-04
ting Office (INT, FT/PT)


Ann. No. Location 01-86 All Commands 02-86 All Commands 03-86 All Commands
04-86 All Commands


05-86 NBCPO



06-86 All Commands


07-86


All Commands


08-86 Commissary


09-86


PMD


10-86 Supply



11-86 FqD


12-86 WTS Schools




-F-13-86 Clubs


W-14-86 Recreation
Services AF-15-86 Recreation
Services

4F-16-86 All Comnands MF-17-86 Clubs AF-18-86 Clubs LAF-19-86 Clubs AF-20-86 Clubs AF-21-86 Recreation
Services AF-22-86 Recreation
Services AF-23-86 Clubs


NAS


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


wheel, dining room table and other misc. items. Come and see.

IT 386 Saturday from 8:30 until 11 a.m. Chairs, sofa bed, lawn mower, a/c, upright freezer, books, women's dresses, etc.


You can use the Form 1040A even if you claim the child and disabled
dependent care credit, or ifyou have an IRA.
Check your tax package for details.


Budget Assistant
GS-561-05
Personnel Clerk (Typing) Upward mobility training position, GS-203-03, with target position of staffing Clerk (Typing), GS-203-04 Custodial Worker (Maid) F/T NA/LWG-3566-02 Recreation Assistant (Youth Activities) PS-189-06/LGS-189-05


Applications must be submitted to the Civilian Personnel Office by the close on March 20.

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE

NAF-85-86 Amusement Machine Repairer,
NA-4820-08/Vending Machine
Repairer, LWG-4820-08 84-86 Printing Clerk (Typing)
GS-351-03/04 Pub (Temp. Not to exceed 1 year) Print 86-86 Duplicating Machine Operator,
GS-350-01/02/03 Pub (Tmp. Not to exceed 1 year) Print 87-86 Accounting Technician,
GS/LGS-525-04/05, Muttiple
Vacancies (Permanent and
nTemporary not to exceed 1 year)


YARD SALES
Villamar 1222A (Ist St.)
Sturday from 7:30 a.m. until noon. Lots of ladies dresses and casual clothes, children's clothes, vacuum cleaner, stackable trays, beach lawn chairs, and much more. No early birds.

Tierra K 75 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Furniture, toys, infants and toddler clothes, small appliances and much more. All items priced to sell.


Evans Point 722 Saturday from 8 until 11:30 a.m.

Villanar 1221A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m.
Miscellaneous items. Everything must go. Be there. Aloha.

G 4B Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Everything must go.

Nob Hill 56A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Books,
records, infant things, big


Friday, March 14, 1986


The

Saler


Civilian Personnel
Applications must be submitted to the Civilian Personnel Office by the close
March 18. Additional information conce vacancies may be obtained at the Civilian Personnel Office or by review Announcements posted on official bullet

ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE


ATOS
'76 Ford Elite, brown, 2-door, 351c, automatic transmission, a/c, excellent
condition. Guaranteed to pass inspection, very reliable family transportation, asking $1200. Available at Ferry Landing on May 2. Call Don at 4721 DWH or 3891 AWH.

'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.
TWO WEFLRSM
'84 Honda Aero 125 motor scooter, runs great, dependable. Must sell. Asking $800. Call Bill at 4454 DWH or 3920 AWH.

Black Yahmaha 400 Special, excellent condition, new .:tires, $800. Call 6332 1MB.
GARDEN TOOL
Lawn mower with bag, good condition, $75. Call 2780.
FURNITURE
Matching arm chairs, dark blue print, cotton velvet, traditional style, $45 each
or pair $75; Magtag portable dishwasher, $125 available March 31; blue mediterrean style arm chair, $40; beige flowered Lazyboy rocker recliner, $75; small round yellow wrought iron table, and two chairs like new, $65. Call 3284.

Sofa bed, full size, great to have for guest, very comfortable, tweed fabric, good condition, $200. Call 2780.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Fedders energy saver, very good condition, $200. Call
Andy at 6472 AWH.

Whirlpool 18,500 BTU (220v), good condition, energy saver, asking $200. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH.

Sears Coldspot 18,000 BTU,
$150; Fedders 18,000 BTU, $150; Fedders 12,000 BTU, $125; Fedders 12,000 BTU, $125; Whirlpool (automatic on/off) 7,000 BTU, $150; Fedders 5,000 BTU, $115; Whirlpool 5,000 BTU, $140. Available after April 2. Call 3284.
MISCE..ANOUS
Various items for sale. Prices negotiable. Pictures,
complete set of Northwestern golf clubs, microwave oven, end tables and coffee table, complete dining room set, etc. Call 4636 DWH or 3271 AWH.

Canon AE-I body, $100; Sansui GX-910 audiq rack, $50; Genini 4-chft\ band mixer, $25. Call %t 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.
SCUBA EQUIPMENT
Two sets of dive gear. One set BXD-XL Pacer XL350 regulator, Hi-tech console
w/compass, alum. 80 cf. tank w/Sherwood K-valve, $600; one set Dacor BCT-M, Pacer XL350 regulator w/Pacer aero octapus, underwater pressure gauge, alum. 80 cf. tank with Sherwood K-valve, $475. Both sets for $1000. Call 4863 AWH.
WANTED
Child care needed for four-year-old. Villamar area preferred. Call 3762 AWH.

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


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No major upsets in day one of NCAA tourney


Rockets boost NBA record


(AP) -- The Houston Rockets got 32 points and 17 rebounds from Ralph Sampson while beating the Portland Trail Blazers 126-118.
Houston's John Lucas sat out last night's game
awaiting the results of drug tests. Lucas missed a practice this week for personal reasons, and
Rockets' coach Bill Fitch says he expects the tests to be negative.
Larry Bird had 33 points in Boston 135-119 win over the Spurs in San Antonio.
Chicago moved within two games of Cleveland and the


Baseball exhibitions

(UPI) -- The runs continue to pile up on the exhibition baseball front. In Mesa, Ariz., yesterday, the San
Francisco Giants walloped the Chicago Cubs 16-8 behind rookie Will Clark and Jeff
Leonard. Clark banged out three hits, including a
two-run homer, and Leonard collected four RBIs as the Giants remain baseball's only undefeated team at 7-0.

Elsewhere along the spring circuit, Cincinnati out-gunned Houston 9-8, Los Angeles held off Texas 10-9, St. Louis pounded Minnesota 17-9, Detroit escaped Boston 9-8 in 10 innings, Milwaukee crushed San Diego 9-2, and
California buried Oakland 10-1.


last Eastern Conference playoff berth by beating the Denver Nuggets 112-102. Sidney Green threw in 28 points for the Bulls.
The Lakers won for the seventh straight time. Magic Johnson had 27 points and 14 assists, and Los Angeles ripped the Seattle Supersonics 105-92.


(AP) -- There were no major upsets on the opening day of the NCAA Basketball Tournament, although North
Carolina, Duke, Georgia Tech, Georgetown, and Oklahoma faced strong challenges.
In the East Regional at Charlotte, Duke needed 27 points from All-American
Johnny Dawkins to rally past Mississippi Valley State 85-78. The Blue Devils fought back from five and seven-point deficits to
advance to a second-round meeting against Old Dominion. The Monarchs used Kenny Gattison's 27 points to beat West Virginia 72-64.
Oklahoma broke away from Northeastern in the final six


~Glimpse


Bay Hill Golf Classic (UPI) -- Bob Tway is a two-stroke leader approaching today' s second round of the $500,000 Bay Hill Classic in Orlando, Fla. Tway opened a five-under-par 66 for the edge on Tom Kite, Dan Pohl, Dan Forsman and Ray Floyd. Roger Maltbie, Ben Crenshaw, Scott Simpson and Corey Pavin are next in line, three shots off the pace.

Federal Classic (UPI) -- Rain suspended play in the $250,000 Federal Classic in Glendale, Calif., with about half the field still on the course. Before the interruption, Shelley Hamlin and LPGA rookie Kristi Arrington matched scores on a one-under-par 71 for the early first-round lead. Laurie Rinker, Cathy Morse, Sherri Turner and Jane Geddes are right on the heels of the leaders after carding rounds of 72.

Mac O'Grady Fined (UPI) -- PGA Commissioner Deane Beman says he has reached a "preliminary decision" to fine Mac O'Grady as much as $10,000 and suspend him for up to six weeks for a series of derogatory remarks. O'Grady's comments reportedly included calling Beman "a thief with a capital T." O'Grady also allegedly directed critical remarks at fellow pro Jim Colbert, a member of the tour's policy board.

UCAA Indoor Track (UPI) -- The NCAA Indoor Track Championships get under way today in Oklahoma City with the finals scheduled for Saturday night. Arkansas is favored to repeat as men's champion, but defending wcmen's champion
Florida State is expected to be strongly challenged by the likes of Texas, Louisiana State and Nebraska.


minutes to beat the Huskies 80-75. David Johnson scored
24 for the Sooners, who meets DePaul tomorrow. The Blue Demons used a balanced scoring attack to subdue Virginia 72-68. At the Southeast Regional in Baton Rouge, home town fans saw Louisiana State outlast Purdue 94-87 in double overtime. Anthony Wilson scored eleven points for the Tigers in the final
five minutes. LSU meets Memphis State next. Those Tigers routed Ball State
95-63.
Georgia Tech needed a 12-point run in the second
half to pull away from Marist and to post a 68-53 victory. Defending National Champion Villanova got 20 points from Harold Jensen and held off Virginia Tech 71-62. Villanova and Georgia Tech face each other tomorrow.
In the Midwest Regional in Dayton, sophomore Tim Perry scored six overtime points as Temple dropped Jacksonville 61-50. The Owls meet Kansas next. The Jayhawks swept past North Carolina A and T 71-46.
Georgetown rallied from seven points down in the final 12 minutes to slip past Texas Tech 70-64. Scot Skiles canned 31 points to help Michigan State nip Washington 72-70. The Hoyas and Spartans
tangle tomorrow.
Ogden, Utah is hosting part of the West Regional.
Yesterday in '-Ogden, Louisville got 24 points and 10 rebounds from Billy
Thompson while ripping Drexel 93-73. Jim Les hit 22 points and Hersey Hawkins added 21 as Bradley ran past Texas-El Paso 83-65.
Jerome Mincy knocked away a pass and ended Missouri's last threat as Alabama-Birmingham held off
the Tigers 66-64. UAB meets


North Carolina next. The Tar Heels and Utah battled back
and forth until UNC scored eight straight points late in
the game. North Carolina beat the Utes 84-72, 27 points for Brad Daugherty.
Sixteen more first-round NCAA games are set for today.
There were eleven NIT first-round games last night. Ricky Wilson's 50-footer in the final seconds gave George Mason a 65-63 come-from-behind wina
Lamar.
Wyoming won for th twenty-second time, a 79-70
victory over Texas A and M. Cowboys Fennis Dembo and Les Bolden each scored 23.
Tom Gneiting's 20 points help Brigham Young nip Southern Methodist 67-63. ,
Texas slipped past New
Mexico 69-66 despite 30 points by Lobo Johnny Brown.
Georgia used 22 points for senior guard Donald Hartry to whip Tennessee-Chattanooga 95-81.
A 33-point night by forward Grant guided Clemson past middle Tennessee 99-81.
Florida won a post-season basketball game for the first
time ever, an 81-71 win ovO Southern Mississippi.
Marquette got 26 points for junior forward David Boone and floored Drake 79-59.
Robert Godbolt and Willie Bland combined for 33 points and 20 rebounds to lead Louisiana Tech past Northern Arizona 67-61.
Cal-Irvine was an 80-74 winner over UCLA. Johnny
Rogers had 29 points and Tod Murphy added 20 points and 17 rebounds for the Anteaters.
Loyola Marymount guard Forrest McKenzie netted 30 points, and the Lions skipped past California 80-75. Florida State officials say their new basketball coach
will be Pat Kennedy of Iona.


Flyers shut out Caps 2-0


(AP) -- On the ice, Philadelphia and Bob Froese shut out Washington 2-0. That snapped the Capitals' eight-game winning streak,
and put the Flyers into first place in the NHL's Patrick Division, one point ahead of Washington. Froese stopped 19 shots on goal for his fifth shutout of the season.
Mike Bossy's goal with 27 seconds left pushed the Islanders past the Hartford Whalers 3-2. New York
successfully killed eight Hartford power plays.
Minnesota rallied from two goals down to beat St. Louis


3-2. Brian Lawton scored the winning goal with 57 seconds left. That tightened the Norris Division race. First-place Chicago is two points ahead of the Blues,
and three ahead of the North Stars.
Toronto used four second-period goals to outscore the New Jersey Devils 7-4, two goals and two assists for Rick Vaive of the Maple Leafs.
Keith Crowder's goal 19 seconds into the game started the Boston Bruins on the way to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadians.


Area athletics


Diving - The following scuba classes will be offered by Instructor Bill Diesselhorst.
March 24 -- Open Water, $115
April 15 -Advance Open Water, $75
April 28 -- Open Water, $115
For further information call 4353 AT.

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

Swiming 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 aim. and from noon to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call Paula Kneeland at 2560.

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 DKH or 2437 AWH.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


It is always an awkward moment, usually reduced to mumbling, when a manager tells a veteran player that
he is going to bench him for the good of the team.
A player? What if he is Pete Rose, the player-manager of the Cincinnati Reds?
If Pete thinks he is hurting the team at theplate with a slow bat, and is not playing well in the field,
will he take the big step?
Will he perhaps stand in front of a mirror and mumble: "Sorry, buddy, you cannot cut it any more. I am going to
have to sit you down."
The news media has been peppering Pete with that question this spring, and his answers have grown increasingly testy.
He will be 45 years old on April 14. He has that long-coveted record of most hits in a career. He is managing what seems to be a solid second choice to the Dodgers in the National League West.
In an angry mood recently he said, "Tamper with my pride, back me against the
wall, and you will have a battle on your hands."
Rose has never tried to set a timetable for retirement
like an ordinary civilian. He said he might consider it if some young star appeared on the tein.
One of Pete's biggest supporters, in more ways than


one, is hulking Dave Parker, the power man in right field.
Parker says he would like
to see Pete in the game as often as possible this year. Dave says Rose motivates the team, and the players do better when he is in the
lineup. Parker did say he does not know about next
year. Not even Rose has taken it that far yet.
The Reds won 89 games last year in finishing second to the Dodgers in the Western Division. Pete thinks they can win more this time.
A lot of his optimism
centers on the two new pitchers, Bill Gullickson,
who came from Montreal, and John Denny from Philadelphia.
He thinks they will team up with 20-game winner Tom Browning and hard-throwing
Mario Soto to give the Reds a solid mound quartet.
He plans to platoon himself and Tony Perez, who is only a couple of years younger, at first base. Perez will swing at southpaw deliveries, and Pete will cut at stuff the
righthanders dish up. Unless the calendar takes a bite out of him in the dog days of summer, Pete will be in there more often than Perez.
Rose thinks he has depth at a lot of positions, and is especially high on rookie outfielders, Kal Daniels, Paul O'Neill and Tracy Jones. He insists he will give his regulars periodic days off,


and this, of course will include first base.
Marvin Hagler really has nothing left to prove, but he would like to prove something* just the same.
He apparently wants
prove that he can take out Tommy Hearns whenever he feels like it.
Hagler's camp has indicated that he will be willing to
meet the "Hit Man" again sometime this fall, in a bout that should bring each man an
enormous payday.
Hagler defended his
middleweight title Monday night in Las Vegas by taming John "The Beast" Mugabi in
eleven rounds. On the same night, Hearns knocked out James Shuler, who had never been knocked down before. Hearns immediately announced he wanted to try Hagler again, despite the fact tE Marvin erased him in thrM rounds last year.
Thomas did make it hot and heavy for Hagler while the fight lasted, but, as usual, Marvin was the hottest and heaviest when it counted.
After the Mugabi bout, Hagler talked about retiring.
A day of rest changed that, and now he reportedly is ready to fight Hearns for the second time.
Who can blame him? Who would walk away from 1o million, or even a piddling nine or eight million?


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G a ze teGuantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 48 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, March 14, 1986 Republican's trip to Nicaragua "guided tour" -President Reagan's package. The Democrats say it p for aiding Nicaragua's is a White House guided tour. rebels has nine House Reagan says not aiding Republicans planning a Nicaragua's Contras would one-day trip to Nicaragua cause irreparable disaster. today. The President warned that the The Republicans say they United States may one day want to get a first-hand look to the south and see a assessment of the situation string of anti-American before the House votes on Communist dictatorships. Reagan's $100 million aid To impress the need for External fuel tank cleared as (UPI) -The presidential panel investigating the Challenger disaster has cleared the shuttle's e ernal fuel tank as the se of the January 28 osion. Commission member Richard Feynman told reporters at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama yesterday that the probe is focusing on the shuttle's right solid-fuel booster rocket. The nobel-prize winning physicist from the California Institute of Technology says it is apparent a leak of fiery gases through a joint between two booster rocket segments triggered the blast. Says Feynman, "The design of the joint is hopeless." The 13-member commission has until June to complete its probe of the January 28 tragedy and recommend ways to make sure it never happens again. Meanwhile, Navy statements support the sources who have said the remains of the -_; _J Heavy Maintenance -Power plant mechanic Jim Malogorski uses a crane to lift out part of a steam turbine for overhaul. It takes a team of mechanics approximately six weeks to complete the refurbishing that is required every four years. See March 18's edition for more "power." (Photo by Lt. Dick Tremain) passage of the aid package the President yesterday stood in front of weapons Nicaragua allegedly snuggled to leftist groups in neighboring nations. Reagan later produced witnesses to back up what he says is proof of Sandinista crimes against their neighbors. blast culprit astronauts have been brought ashore by the USS Preserver. Salvage efforts were interrupted yesterday by high winds. IRS refunds "far ahead" of 1985 pace (UPI) -People waiting for tax refunds can take heart. The Internal Revenue Service says it is far ahead of where it was last year in sending out refunds. IRS spokeswoman Johnell Hunter says the IRS has approved 12.5 million refunds for taxpayers. The figure is almost 50 percent above the IRS pace of 1985. To date, the IRS has processed $9,200,000,000 in refunds, up from $5,800,000,000 last year. This year, the average refund is $733, an increase from last year's average of $691. The IRS ran into trouble last year because of the glitches in a new computer system and a variety of human errors. There were reports that IRS employees at some service centers had destroyed returns, and those employees were disciplined. As a result of the snags, many taxpayers suffered extraordinary delays in getting their refunds. Mast results Mar. 14, Captain's Mast, Naval Station: One E-5 guilty of UCMJ Article 111, drunken driving, was awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $100 per month for two months and reduced to E-4. One E-5 guilty of UCMJ Article 92, dereliction in performance of duties, was awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $50 per month for two months and reduced to E-4 (suspended for six months). One E-4 guilty of UCMJ Article 86, abandoning watch, was awarded 45 days extra duty, forfeiture of $50 per month for two days, and reduced to E-3 (suspended for six months). WWW. N W E News of the bay By Cmdr. E. T. Lindberg, (SJA) Chain Letter Scheme 'Faulted' -Recently, a member of the Guantanamo Bay community received a chain letter solicitation which advocates becoming rich with a low investment of $20. This letter is no different than a pyramid chain letter scheme which is prohibited, except that the law against chain letters is circumvented, in this case, because the author says, "If you send $5, you will be sent a one or two-page investment document." The chain letter or pyramid scheme appears to be a quick way to get rich. Mathematically, this scheme is faulted. If more than a very few people send letters, soon the number sent far exceeds the total population. Few get rich, most lose their money. If you receive one of these chain letters, please contact the Staff Judge Advocate at 4454. Wild Animal Control -The Security Department is conducting wild animal control between the hours of 1 and 3 a.m. on the following dates next week: Monday, March 17: Nob Hill and Villamar Housing areas; Tuesday, March 18: Windmill Beach, Wednesday; March 19: Industrial area from Sherman Avenue to Water Front between Pier Alpha and Pier Delta; Thursday, March 20: Fleet Landing, CPO Club, Marblehead, Windjammer and Golf Shack areas, Friday, March 21: East, West and Center Bargos Flight schedule Date Mon. Mon. Mon. Tue. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Fri. Fri. Aircraft C-9B MEDEVAC C-12 (17-19) C-12 Day Shop 727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (19-21) C-141 Cargo 727 MAC 727 MAC C-12 (21-23) Departs 11:50 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. 10:10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 8:00 a.m. Destination Roosey Road Kingston Kingston Kingston Norfolk Grand Cayman Roosey Road Kingston Norfolk Montego Bay Arrives 1:50 p.m. 8:45 a.m. 8:45 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:30 a.m. 1:15 p.m. 1:15 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. 1. Active duty military personnel flying on MAC aircraft must travel in the uniform of the day at destination or Service Dress Blue. 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 9:20 9:45 11:30 Noon 4:15 5:15 6:30 a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. 11:30 a.m. Noon 4:00 p.m. 4:50 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Bugs Bunny Nickelodeon CNN Headline News ICAA Basketball (Two games will be aired) Information Special "Space Flight" Movie: "Tennis Court" CNN Headline News Sunday CNN Headline News ICAA Basketball (Two games will be aired) All-Star Wrestling Movie: "Puzzle" CNN Headline News McLaughlin Group Presidential Address (Possible Democratic response) Inside Page 2 -Dog Gone Story Page 3 -Job Market Page 3 -Yard Sales Page 4 -Rockets Boost NBA Record Page 4 -Basketball Tourney Results Eu.

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Halley' s Comet T-Shirts -The Halley's Comet T-shirts ordered at the canet watch have arrived and will be available at the Elamentary School multipurpose room, Sunday, March 16, 3 -5 p.m., with accompanying certificates. Navy Exchange -The NEX has just received a shipent 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. Marina Gas Pump -The Marina gas pump hours of operation are: Sunday, 7 -11 p.m.; Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. -5 p.m.; Wednesday, 1 -9 p.m.; Thursday, 1 -9 p.m.; Friday, 7:30 a.m. -11 p.m.; Saturday and Holidays, 7 11 p.m. Teen Skating Party -There is a Recreation Services teen skating party, Saturday, March 15, at the pit of the old high school, $1.50 for members, and $2 for non-mambers. For more information, contact Mary Kay Elsener, 3195. Clown Around Day -Watch out for "Clown Around Day" with Recreation Services, April 25. Marquee Board -The marquee board, in front of the Navy Lodge, is a community service information device. Anything you feel the community should know, let the Recreation Services publicity and marketing office know. All personal messages such as a birthday, anniversary, and others are to be paid for through Tours and Travel. For more information, contact Terri Edison, 3246. Self-Help Store Equipment -Housing has just received its initial issue of lawnmowers and weedeaters. Tenants may start checking out these items on Monday, March 17 at the Housing Self-Help Store. Ombudsman Meeting -The next meeting is Wednesday, March 26, not March 20 as scheduled. This open meeting begins at 4:45 p.m. in the Family Service Center Conference Room. For more information, call Susan Byrd, 4141/4153. Navy Exchange -The NEX Main Retail Store and Leeward Point Annex has just received a shipment of electric fans. Officers Hail And Farewell -Join the "Caribbean Cruise" at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday, April 5. The ship sails at 6:30 p.m. Dance to a live Jamaican band, and bid farewell to friends. Lots of free surprises. Tickets are available from command representatives and at the club. Call Kathi, 3812 for a table reservation. Navy Relief -There will be a meeting of the Navy Relief Fund Drive Comnittee, Thursday, March 20, at 2 p.m. in the education and training classroom at the Naval Hospital. All commands should ensure attendance by their representative or call CW4 Bill Feyh, 7227 or 7211. Navy Campus -A limited number of English with Essay tests are available for New York Regents students. This test is given only four times a year, and is a requirement for those students who do not have an English class. The test satisfies the requirement with six semester hours credit. Call Navy Campus, 4769 for reservations for the Monday, March 24 testing date. Dail *azettte -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN .Caunarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Bington.Assistant Pblic Affairs Officer J02 Neil Odilleteau, USN ..i Editor J03 Teri Thoas, USN.Assis itor SA Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Mrs. Diane Anerman ..Secretar Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efioff.Prouction Assistant Mrs. 'Ibny Hall.Feature Writer Nathan Durbin.Stdent Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez .Studaent Staff Assistant Lt. Chdr. Gary Morey.1servist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gaette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equianent, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are nt to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Comnander, U.S. Naval Base. .Proper handling and you will not burn Start your engines, but safely, please. With summer fun and summer chores come summer accidents and sane are explosive. Fueling of boats, mowers, mini-bikes, go-carts, requires caution. Gasoline is a flammable liquid which vaporizes easily. Once vaporized, it can burn or explode easily. Gasoline vapors are invisible and heavier than air. They float to the ground and travel along until they find a heat source and ignite. Be extremely careful when using gasoline and follow these rules: o Do not smoke. o Always fuel outside. Move ten feet from. the fueling spot (away from the vapors) and then start the engine. o Store gasoline in an approved, closed, metal container. Replace the lid after every use. o Cool all motors before refueling. o Never use gasoline as a A dog gone story. Marines look for a few "good dogs?" By Lt. Dick Tremain Guantanamo residents, RM3 Annemarie Dawson and her husband DK3 Steve Dawson have contributed to the few good men, or rather dogs, of the United States Marine Corps. A purebred bulldog, raised by Annemarie and her mother, is now an official Marine Corps mascot based in Charleston, S. C. The dog, Beauregard, has the rank of private, and could eventually rise to the rank of sergeant major. Beau is some dog, and he has been bred and raised by bulldog experts. Annemarie Dawson and her mother, Rosemary Logan, from Barnesville, Ga., have been raising bulldogs for the past 21 years. They have been selectively breeding and improving the dogs, so much so, that from their first championship in 1969, the awards have piled up. "We have one bulldog in the Hall of Fame because it sired so many champions," said Annemarie. "Eleven puppies were champions and my mother has been placed in the Bulldog Breeders Hall of Fame" "The Marine Corps called and said they would like one of our bulldogs for a mascot and that they would make a good home for it in Charleston," recounted Annemarie. "Mom said, 'O.K.'" cleaner, solvent or charcoal lighter. It is explosive. Use only as fuel for engines. o If you have a gasoline fire, forget fighting it. Get everyone away from it and call the Fire Department at 3333. When refueling your boat, remember: o ever refill portable fuel tanks in the boat. Take them ashore for filling and wipe off any spillage before placing them onboard. o Shut down all engines, motors, pumps, fans, and heating devices before refueling. o Do not smoke when using gasoline. Beauregard Please advise your families The office of the Minister of Labour in Jamaica has asked the Jamaican community to advise their families in Jamaica that the address to be used for mails sent to Guantanamo Bay should read: P.O. Box 10001 Central Sorting Office Kingston The Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office requests that all employees assure by calling 4209 or 4615, that their appropriate next-of-kin with their current address has been designated in their official personnel folder. I Military Rank or Civilian Equivalent 04-05. Wl-03. Enlisted (4 Bedroom). Enlisted (3 Bedroom). Enlisted (1-2 Bedroom) Wait In Months 2 1 31 3 to to to to to 4 months 5 months 5 months 3 months 5 months This data is valid for March 1, 1986. Data changes daily. Please check with the housing office to determine your particular wait. SI 2 Daily Gazette Friday, March 14, 1986 Red Cross volunteer of the month 4 By Luis Sanquirico It is with great pleasure to announce the selection of Mrs. Merry Morris as the Red Cross "Volunteer of the Month," for February 1986. It is very appropriate that she be recognized during the month of March as it coincides with Red Cross Month. Due to her aggresiveness and commitment, the volunteer program is now organized and functioning. She typifies a true, dedicated volunteer and her desire to excel is unequaled. On behalf of the American Red Cross, all our dedicated volunteers, we proudly salute you Merry. Thank you. Housing Waiting Lists r

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Job MarketP Navy Exchange The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill or phone 4348/4508. #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or LWG-1/$2.30 54-85 ad Sales Clerk F/T S-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #1-86 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 LGS-2/$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42 #2-86 Food Service Worker (Bakery) INT. NA-3/$4.42 #18-86 Customer Service Clerk F/T PS-3/$4.27 leading to PS-4/$4.54 LGS-3/$3.42 leading to LGS-4/$4.08 #19-86 Bakery Worker F/T LWG-5/$3.60 #20-86 Food Service Worker P/T NA-2/$4.03 or LWG-2/$2.63 #21-86 rsonalized Services Clerk P/T 3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 2-86 Visual Merchandiser F/T PS-5/$4.84 #25-86 Accounting Technician F/T AS-5/$5.01 #26-86 Security Guard P/T US-PS-2/$3.99 or Non-US-PS-2/$2.75 #27-86 Cashier-Checker PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2/$2.75 Civilian Perso Applications must be submitted Civilian Personnel Office by th March 18. Additional information vacancies may be obtained a Civilian Personnel Office or b Announcements posted on official ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE 82-86 Budget Assistant GS-561-05 83-86 Personnel Clerk (Typing) Upward mobility training position, GS-203-03, with target position of staffin Clerk (Typing) GS-203-04 76-86-A Custodial Worker (Maid) F/T NA/LWG-3566-02 NAF-73-86-A Recreation Assistant (Youth Activities) PS-189-06/LGS-189-05 Applications must be submitted Civilian Personnel Office by the on March 20. ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE NAF-85-86 Amusement Machine Repairer NA-4820-08/Vending Machine Repairer, LWG-4820-08 84-86 Printing Clerk (Typing) GS-351-03/04 (Temp. Not to exceed 1 yea 86-86 Duplicating Machine Operat GS-350-01/02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed 1 yea 87-86 Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525-04/05, Muttiple Vacancies (Permanent and Temporary not to exceed 1y YARD SALES Villamar 1222A (1st St.) Sturday from 7:30 a.m. until noon. Lots of ladies dresses and casual clothes, children's clothes, vacuum cleaner, stackable trays, beach lawn chairs, and much more. No early birds. Tierra K 75 Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Furniture, toys, infants and toddler clothes, small appliances and much more. All items priced to sell. 3 Daily Gazette Open Stop Light Inn Open Retail Store Open Retail Store Open Pizza Pub Open Retail Store Marine Corps Exchange The Marine Corps Exchange has the following positions available positions available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. March 21. b. Barber, NA/LWG-6703-7, full time position, one required. For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange Secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570. Open Register The positions listed below are the 1986 Permanent Register which may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office. Position and Grade Open Blue Caribe *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-03 (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT *Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04, Open Deli (Permanent/Temporary/FT/PT *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Personalized *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 Services Leading to GS-05, or GS/LGS-318-05 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Retail Store Personnel Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS203-03;Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-04; Staffing Clerk Open Accounting (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05 *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS525-04 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Sound Scene *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525Retail Store 04 leading to GS-O5, or GS/LGS-525Mini Mart 05 (Permanent and Temporary) Open Blue Caribe Sales Store Checker, GS/LGS-209102 leading to GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-2091-03 (INT) Production Control Clerk, n n e l GS/LGS-303-04 Data Transcriber, Keypunch/CRT d to the Naval Base Entry GS/LGS-356-02 leading to e close of business GS/LGS-03, or GS/LGS-356-03 on concerning these (Permanent and Temporary) t the Naval Base Telephone Operator, GS/LGSy reviewing Vacancy 382-02/03 (Temp. Not to exceed bulletin boards. one year) Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 LOCATION (Part Time) (Temp. Not to exceed the end of the school year, but PWDincumbents may be noncompetitively extended.) NBCPO Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02'or N Sales Store Checker, LGS-209102 (INT, FT/PT) gJ Recreation Aid, {S/LGS-0189-03 N (INT, FT/PT) NAS BEQ Childcare Giver, PS-0189-02 or F Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 Recreation (INT, FT/PT) Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-3566-Ol N and NA/LWG-3566-02 (INT, FT/PT) Food Service Worker, NA/LWG-7408N to the Naval Base 02 (INT, FT/PT) close of business Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-02N Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 N2 LOCATION (INT, FT/PT) Cook, NA/LWG-7404-05 N1 Recreation (INT, FT/PT) Child Care Giver/Recreation Aid, PS/LGS-0189-03, (INT,FT/PT) Navy Recreation Aid (Youth Activities) N Publication PS/LGS-0189-03 (INT, FT/PT r) Printing Office Club Operations Assistant, Np or, Navy PS-1101-04 or Recreation Publication Assistant, LGS-0189-04 r) Printing Office (INT, FT/PT) NAS year) Evans Point 722 Saturday from 8 until 11:30 a.m. Villamar 1221A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Miscellaneous items. Everything must go. Be there. Aloha. GB 4B Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Everything must go. Hob Hill 56A Saturday from 8 until 11 a.m. Books, records, infant things, big Ann. No. 01-86 02-86 03-86 04-86 05-86 06-86 07-86 08-86 09-86 10-86 Location All Conmands All Conmands All Comands All Conmands NBCPO All Conmands All Conmands Commissary PWD Supply 11-86 PWD 12-86 WTS Schools NAF-13-86 Clubs NAF-14-86 Recreation Services NAF-15-86 Recreation Services NAF-16-86 All Conmands AF-17-86 Clubs [AF-18-86 Clubs AF-19-86 Clubs AF-20-86 Clubs NAF-21-86 Recreation Services AF-22-86 Recreation Services AF-23-86 Clubs *Applications are requested to submit two (2) SF-171's for this register in order to receive concurrent consideration. wheel, dining room table and other misc. items. Come and see. IT 386 Saturday from 8:30 until 11 a.m. Chairs, sofa bed, lawn mower, a/c, upright freezer, books, women' s dresses, etc. Friday, March 14, 1986 Form 1040A You can use the Form 1040A even if you claim the child and disabled dependent care credit. or if you have an IRA (heck your tax package for details. The Saler AUTOS '76 Ford Flite, brown, 2-door, 351c, automatic transmission, a/c, excellent condition. Guaranteed to pass inspection, very reliable family transportation, asking $1200. Available at Ferry Landing on May 2. Call Don at 4721 DWH or 3891 AWH. '84 Oldsmobile Firenza, 4-door sedan, low mileage (18,000), excellent condition, good gas mileage, has catalytic converter, $6350 firm. Call Bill at 3211 AWN. TWO WHEELERS '84 Honda Aero 125 motor scooter, runs great, dependable. Must sell. Asking $800. Call Bill at 4454 DWH or 3920 AWN. Black Yahmaha 400 Special, excellent condition, new tires, $800. Call 6332 DWH. GARDEN TOOL Lawn mower with bag, good condition, $75. Call 2780. FURNITURE Matching arm chairs, dark blue print, cotton velvet, traditional style, $45 each or pair $75; Magtag portable dishwasher, $125 available March 31; blue mediterrean style arm chair, $40; beige flowered Lazyboy rocker recliner, $75; small round yellow wrought iron table, and two chairs like new, $65. Call 3284. Sofa bed, full size, great to have for guest, very comfortable, tweed fabric, good condition, $200. Call 2780. AIR CONDITIONERS Fedders energy saver, very good condition, $200. Call Andy at 6472 AWH. Whirlpool 18,500 BTU (220v), good condition, energy saver, asking $200. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWN. Sears Coldspot 18,000 BTU, $150; Fedders 18,000 BTU, $150; Fedders 12,000 BTU, $125; Fedders 12,000 BTU, $125; Whirlpool (automatic on/off) 7,000 BTU, $150; Fedders 5,000 BTU, $115; Whirlpool 5,000 BTU, $140. Available after April 2. Call 3284. MISCELLANEOUS Various items for sale. Prices negotiable. Pictures, complete set of Northwestern golf clubs, microwave oven, end tables and coffee table, complete dining room set, etc. Call 4636 DWH or 3271 AWH. Canon AE-1 body, $100; Sansui GX-910 audi rack, $50; Gemini 4pa band mixer, $25. Call too 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. SCUBA EQUIPMENT Two sets of dive gear. One set BXD-XL Pacer XL350 regulator, Hi-tech console w/compass, alum. 80 cf. tank w/Sherwood K-valve, $600; one set Dacor BCT-M, Pacer XL350 regulator w/Pacer aero octapus, underwater pressure gauge, alum. 80 cf. tank with Sherwood K-valve, $475. Both sets for $1000. Call 4863 AWN. WANTED Child care needed for four-year-old. Villamar area preferred. Call 3762 AWN. Someone to tune and repair my piano. Needs it badly. Call 3609 AWH or 2320 DWH.

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3. ., No major upset (AP) -There were no major upsets on the opening day of the NC AA Basketball Tournament, although North Carolina, Duke, Georgia Tech, Gn(Pfw n k hn (AP) -The Houston Rockets got 32 points and 17 rebounds from Ralph Sampson while beating the Portland Trail Blazers 126-118. Houston's John Lucas sat out last night's game awaiting the results of drug tests. Lucas missed a practice this week for personal reasons, and Rockets' coach Bill Fitch says he expects the tests to be negative. Larry Bird had 33 points in Boston 135-119 win over the Spurs in San Antonio. Chicago moved within two games of Cleveland and the Baseball exhibitions (UPI) -The runs continue to pile up on the exhibition baseball front. In Mesa, Ariz., yesterday, the San Francisco Giants walloped the Chicago Cubs 16-8 behind rookie Will Clark and Jeff Leonard. Clark banged out three hits, including a two-run homer, and Leonard collected four RBIs as the Giants remain baseball's only undefeated team at 7-0. Elsewhere along the spring circuit, Cincinnati out-gunned Houston 9-8, Los Angeles held off Texas 10-9, St. Louis pounded Minnesota 17-9, Detroit escaped Boston 9-8 in 10 innings, Milwaukee crushed San Diego 9-2, and California buried Oakland 10-1. last Eastern Conference playoff berth by beating the Denver Nuggets 112-102. Sidney Green threw in 28 points for the Bulls. The Lakers won for the seventh straight time. Magic Johnson had 27 points and 14 assists, and Los Angeles ripped the Seattle Supersonics 105-92. ueorgetown, and Oklahoma faced strong challenges. In the East Regional at Charlotte, Duke needed 27 points from All-American Johnny Dawkins to rally past Mississippi Valley State 85-78. The Blue Devils fought back from five and seven-point deficits to advance to a second-round meeting against Old Dominion. The Monarchs used Kenny Gattison's 27 points to beat West Virginia 72-64. Oklahoma broke away from Northeastern in the final six Glimpse Bay Hill Golf Classic (UPI) -Bob Tway is a two-stroke leader approaching today' s second round of the $500,000 Bay Hill Classic in Orlando, Fla. Tway opened a five-under-par 66 for the edge on Tom Kite, Dan Pohl, Dan Forsman and Ray Floyd. Roger Maltbie, Ben Crenshaw, Scott Simpson and Corey Pavin are next in line, three shots off the pace. Federal Classic (UPI) -Rain suspended play in the $250,000 Federal Classic in Glendale, Calif., with about half the field still on the course. Before the interruption, Shelley Hamlin and LPGA rookie Kristi Arrington matched ,scores on a one-under-par 71 for the early first-round lead. Laurie Rinker, Cathy Irse, Sherri Turner and Jane Geddes are right on the heels of the leaders after carding rounds of 72. Mac O'Grady Fined (UPI) -PGA Commissioner Deane Beman says he has reached a "preliminary decision" to fine Mac O'Grady as much as $10,000 and suspend him for up to six weeks for a series of derogatory remarks. O'Grady's comments reportedly included calling Beman "a thief with a capital T." O'Grady also allegedly directed critical remarks at fellow pro Jim Colbert, a member of the tour's policy board. NCAA Indoor Track (UPI) -The NCAA Indoor Track Championships get under way today in Oklahoma City with the finals scheduled for Saturday night. Arkansas is favored to repeat as men's champion, but defending women's champion Florida State is expected to be strongly challenged by the likes of Texas, Louisiana State and Nebraska. is in day one of NCAA tourney Rockets boost NBA record ILFlyers shut out Caps 2-0 (AP) -On the ice, Philadelphia and Bob Froese shut out Washington 2-0. That snapped the Capitals' eight-game winning streak, and put the Flyers into first place in the NHL's Patrick Division, one point ahead of Washington. Froese stopped 19 shots on goal for his fifth shutout of the season. Mike Bossy's goal with 27 seconds left pushed the Islanders past the Hartford Whalers 3-2. New York successfully killed eight Hartford power plays. Minnesota rallied from two goals down to beat St. Louis 3-2. Brian Lawton scored the winning goal with 57 seconds left. That tightened the Norris Division race. First-place Chicago is two points ahead of the Blues, and three ahead of the North Stars. Toronto used four second-period goals to outscore the New Jersey Devils 7-4, two goals and two assists for Rick Vaive of the Maple Leafs. Keith Crowder's goal 19 seconds into the game started the Boston Bruins on the way to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadians. Area athletics Diving -The following scuba classes will be offered by Instructor Bill Diesselhorst. March 24 -Open Water, $115 April 15 -Advance Open Water, $75 April 28 -Open Water, $115 For further information call 4353 AT. Women's Volleyball -All ladies wishing to form a team for the Ladies Volleyball League, please contact Dave Oliver at Recreation Services, 2560, or Petty Officer Lowell, 2152 or 2125. Leeward Point residents may contact Petty Officer Agnew Geer, 6439. Swiming 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. 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. The Sportsman By Charles Morey It is always an awkward moment, usually reduced to mumbling, when a manager tells a veteran player that he is going to bench him for the good of the team. A player? What if he is Pete Rose, the player-manager of the Cincinnati Reds? If Pete thinks he is hurting the team at the plate with a slow bat, and is not playing well in the field, will he take the big step? Will he perhaps stand in front of a mirror and mumble: "Sorry, buddy, you cannot cut it any more. I am going to have to sit you down." The news media has been peppering Pete with that question this spring, and his answers have grown increasingly testy. He will be 45 years old on April 14. He has that long-coveted record of most hits in a career. He is managing what seems to be a solid second choice to the Dodgers in the National League West. In an angry mood recently he said, "Tamper with my pride, back me against the wall, and you will have a battle on your hands." Rose has never tried to set a timetable for retirement like an ordinary civilian. He said he might consider it if some young star appeared on the teim. One of Pete's biggest supporters, in more ways than 'one, is hulking Dave Parker, the power man in right field. Parker says he would like to see Pete in the game as often as possible this year. Dave says Rose motivates the team, and the players do better when he is in the lineup. Parker did say he does not know about next year. Not even Rose has taken it that far yet. The Reds won 89 games last year in finishing second to the Dodgers in the Western Division. Pete thinks they can win more this time. A lot of his optimism centers on the two new pitchers, Bill Gullickson, who came from Montreal, and John Denny from Philadelphia. He thinks they will team up with 20-game winner Tom Browning and hard-throwing Mario Soto to give the Reds a solid mound quartet. He plans to platoon himself and Tony Perez, who is only a couple of years younger, at first base. Perez will swing at southpaw deliveries, and Pete will cut at stuff the righthanders dish up. Unless the calendar takes a bite out of him in the dog days of summer, Pete will be in there more often than Perez. Rose thinks he has depth at a lot of positions, and is especially high on rookie outfielders, Kal Daniels, Paul O'Neill and Tracy Jones. He insists he will give his regulars periodic days off, and this, of course will include first base. Marvin Hagler really has nothing left to prove, but he would like to prove somethi just the same. He apparently wants t prove that he can take out Tommy Hearns whenever he feels like it. Hagler's camp has indicated that he will be willing to meet the "Hit Man" again sometime this fall, in a bout that should bring each man an enormous payday. Hagler defended his middleweight title Monday night in Las Vegas by taming John "The Beast" Mugabi in eleven rounds. On the same night, Hearns knocked out James Shuler, who had never been knocked down before. Hearns immediately announced he wanted to try Hagler again, despite the fact t Marvin erased him in thr rounds last year. Thomas did make it hot and heavy for Hagler while the fight lasted, but, as usual, Marvin was the hottest and heaviest when it counted. After the Mugabi bout, Hagler talked about retiring. A day of rest changed that, and now he reportedly is ready to fight Hearns for the second time. Who can blame him? Who would walk away from 10 million, or even a piddling nine or eight million? 4 Daily Gazette Friday, March 14, 1986 minutes to beat the Huskies 80-75. David Johnson scored 24 for the Sooners, who meets DePaul tomorrow. The Blue Demons used a balanced scoring attack to subdue Virginia 72-68. At the Southeast Regional in Baton Rouge, home town fans saw Louisiana State outlast Purdue 94-87 in double overtime. Anthony Wilson scored eleven points for the Tigers in the final five minutes. LSU meets Memphis State next. Those Tigers routed Ball State 95-63. Georgia Tech needed a 12-point run in the second half to pull away from Marist and to post a 68-53 victory. Defending National Champion Villanova got 20 points from Harold Jensen and held off Virginia Tech 71-62. Villanova and Georgia Tech face each other tomorrow. In the Midwest Regional in Dayton, sophomore Tim Perry scored six overtime points as Temple dropped Jacksonville 61-50. The Owls meet Kansas next. The Jayhawks swept past North Carolina A and T 71-46. Georgetown rallied from seven points down in the final 12 minutes to slip past Texas Tech 70-64. Scot Skiles canned 31 points to help. Michigan State nip Washington 72-70. The Hoyas and Spartans tangle tomorrow. Ogden, Utah is hosting part of the West Regional. Yesterday in :Ogden, Louisville got 24 points and 10 rebounds from Billy Thompson while ripping Drexel 93-73. Jim Les hit 22 points and Hersey Hawkins added 21 as Bradley ran past Texas-El Paso 83-65. Jerome Mincy knocked away a pass and ended Missouri's last threat as Alabama-Birmingham held off the Tigers 66-64. UAB meets -.1 -'. .--L. North Carolina next. The Tar Heels and Utah battled back and forth until UNC scored eight straight points late in the game. North Carolina beat the Utes 84-72, 27 points for Brad Daugherty. Sixteen more first-round NCAA games are set for today. There were eleven NIT first-round games last night. Ricky Wilson's 50-footer in the final seconds gave George Mason a 65-63 come-from-behind win a Lamar. Wyoming won for th twenty-second time, a 79-70 victory over Texas A and M. Cowboys Fennis Danbo and Les Bolden each scored 23. Tom Gneiting's 20 points help Brigham Young nip Southern Methodist 67-63. Texas slipped past New Mexico 69-66 despite 30 points by Lobo Johnny Brown. Georgia used 22 points for senior guard Donald Hartry to whip Tennessee-Chattanooga 95-81. A 33-point night by forward Grant guided Clemson past middle Tennessee 99-81. Florida won a post-season basketball game for the first time ever, an 81-71 win ov* Southern Mississippi. Marquette got 26 points for junior forward David Boone and floored Drake 79-59. Robert Godbolt and Willie Bland combined for 33 points and 20 rebounds to lead Louisiana Tech past Northern Arizona 67-61. Cal-Irvine was an 80-74 winner over UCLA. Johnny Rogers had 29 points and Tod Murphy added 20 points and 17 rebounds for the Anteaters. Loyola Marymount guard Forrest McKenzie netted 30 points, and the Lions skipped past California 80-75. Florida State officials say their new basketball coach will be Pat Kennedy of lona.


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