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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 42 -- No. 53 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Friday, March 21, 1986


"ouse defeats Contra -rebel aid proposal

VPI) -- President Reagan Democrats in voting against, while renewing peace talks
said yesterday was "a dark It was Reagan's biggest with Managua.
day for victory." foreign policy defeat of his Democratic leaders say the The President was referring second term. It followed some administration's "low-road
to the House defeat of his of the most intensive approach" of questioning the proposal to send $100 million lobbying campaign ever staged patriotism of opponents in humanitarian and military by the president, worked against Reagan. aid to the rebels fighting to Reagan even offered a Lawmakers had charged that overthrow Nicaragua's last-minute compromise in a the tactics smacked of Sandinista government. The bid to win support. He "McCarthyism." vote was 222-210, with 16 offered to withhold most of Republicans joining 206 the aid for up to 90 days


Marcos has $89 million stashed worldwide


(UPI) -- Documents seized from former Philippine President Marcos show he definitely is wealthy.
*The documents indicate Orcos 'has nearly $89 million
stashed in banks around the world.
The documents also indicate


(UPI) -- Soviet schoolgirl Katerina Lycheva arrived in
Chicago yesterday on the first stop of her special U.S. peace tour in memory of Samantha Smith. The 11-year-old was greeted at O'Hare International Airport by Star Rowe, 10, of ,San Franci sco._.-S-tar represents the children as the Peacemakers Organization, and will accompany Katerina on her American tour.
Katya, as she is known to her friends, also will visit


More drug tam

(UPI) -- A pharmecutical company has asked stores nationwide to stop selling three of its capsule products because of tampering.
The Philadelphia-based Smith.l "Kline Beckman orporation says it received inlphone calls from a man o claims the capsules were poisoned and put back on store shelves in four cities. The products involved are
Contac, a cold medicine; Dietac, an appetite


Marcos may have taken kickbacks from foreign firms, suggest he took cash gifts from his countrymen, and used military intelligence money for trips.
The U.S. State Department
says there is no evidence Marcos illegally withdrew


its for peace

New York, Washington, Houston, and Los Angles. She
won the two-week trip after suggesting her school in
Moscow set up a memorial "museum" to Samantha, who visited the Soviet Union in 1983. Smith died in a plane crash last year.
Katya will carry letters to Samantha's mother, gifts for American school children, and a special present for President Reagan, although no
White House meeting was planned.


pering found

suppressant; and Teldrin, an allergy remedy.
Evidence of non-fatal tampering was found by officials. Smithkline says FDA tests run on capsules in Houston and Orlando, Fla., found cornstarch contamination. An FDA official says, in the Philadelphia Inquirer, that capsules filled with a "harmless household product" were found in Chicago and St. Loui s.


W.T. Sampson High School's Senior Class of 1986 Parents Presents
Country Music/Rythm and Blues Jamboree

And
Bar-B-Que Sunday, March 23 Phillips Park

It Is Free! Come one, come all
Open To All Base Residents, Guests and Ships

Come Out And Enjoy


Live MusicBy GrMO's Own


not miss the Spin Off of:
vs Country vs Rock vs Raggae! will be chosen #1 in GTMO


Dancing
Softball Tournament Dunktank Balloons


For $5, you can buy the best mouth watering Bar-B-Que
Dinner in all of Cuba: Chicken, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Bread and Iced tea
In'addition, we will have pleanty of grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and cold drinks for sale


Do Not Miss The Party In The Park


money from an American econonmic aid account. The
State Department said the Philippine government tried
in January to change procedures so it could withdrew money from an American economic aid account.
Marcos still is looking for
a new home in exile. Panama refused to grant Marcos asylum. Panama's refusal yesterday came hours after the Reagan administration
said Marcos would leave
Hawaii for Panama.


Military

justice

Mar. 21, Court Martial,
Naval Station: One E5 guilty of UCMJ Article 132, making a false or
fraudulent claim against the United States, was
awarded a forfeiture of $650 pay for one month and
a letter of reprimand.

Mar. 21, Captain's Mast,
Naval Station: One E5 guilty of UCMJ Article 81, conspiring to make a false or fraudulent claim against the United States,
was awarded 45 days extra
duty.




Officials slate

space disaster

public hearing
(UPI) -- The shuttle commission' s seventh public hearing on the Challenger disaster is set for today in
Washington. NASA officials called to testify are
expected to bolster the case against the ship's booster rocket joints and absolve the external fuel tank. Among the eight men to testify are five engineers
from the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., where the booster rocket program is managed. Experts at Marshall have been cleaning six flight recorders removed from the shuttle's wreckage.
The presidential panel also asked the head of the salvage operation off Cape Canaveral to give an update on key pieces of shuttle wreckage recovered from the ocean
floor by Navy divers.
Salvage crews have
recovered a chunk of wreckage from the rocket boosters. It :could serve as a key for engineers trying to trace the cause of the shuttle's fiery destruction.


News of the bay


By Lt. Cadr. Rick Fischer

Headphones And Roadways Do Not Mix -- The Navy's new Traffic Safety Progran is unequivical about wearing portable headphones, earphones or similar listening devices while driving on or running near roadways. You may not.
The new regulation applies to operators of motor vehicles, joggers, walkers and even riders of skateboards.
Roadway includes the road itself as well as the
shoulder alongside the road. Walkers and joggers are fine as long as they stay on the sidewalk and do not cross any roads. That is not as easy as it sou--s.
There is nothing in the instruction which states that the radio or tape player must be on to be prohibited activity. One needs only wear the listening device whether or not it is connected to anything and regardless of whether there is any sound caning through it.
Base Police will be issuing warnings beginning April
1. After a suitable transition period, the warnings will be replaced with citations requiring a traffic court appear ance.
Complete details are found in OPNAVINST 5100.12C of December 12, 1985.


UWeekend on TV8


Friday
9:10 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:0 p.m. 11: 30 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

Saturday
12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1: 30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Sunday
12:30 p.m.
1:00 p.m. 1: 30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.


Movie "Death Race" NBC Nightly News Benny Hill Tonight Show
NCAA College Basketball (Navy vs. Cleveland State)

All-Star Wrestling CNN Headline News
NCAA Regional Finals (two games) Freeze Frame CNN Headline News

News Tech Times CNN Headline News WAA Regional Finals (two games)' Hit City
CNN Headline News


Flight

schedule

Flight Schedule For March 24-28

Date A/C Departure Destination Arrival TUE 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. TUE 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. THU C-141 Cargo 10:10 a.m. Roosey Road 12:10 p.m. FRI 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. FRI 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m.
1. Active duty personnel flying on MAC aircraft must
travel in the uniform of the day at destination or
service dress blue.
2. Ticketed passengers must bring ticket and luggage
between 8-10 a.m. for the Kingston flight and 10-11:45 a.m. for the Norfolk flight. Kingston
ferry is 10:30 a.m. and Norfolk ferry is 1:30 p.m.

Capsule Recall -- The Food and Drug Administration has directed a recall of the following capsules: Contac, Dietac and Teldrin. The manufacturer, Menley and Janes Laboratbries, Philadelphia, Pa., a subsidary of Smith Kline Beckman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa-, has asked retailers to halt sales and asks consumers not to use Contac, Dietac, or Teldrin brand capusles purchased after March 15. The recall is necessitated because of possible tampering and adulteration with toxic substances.

Inside
Page 2 -- R and R Schedule
Page 3 - on & Platter
Page 3 Yard Sales
Page 4 - Boat Races Slated Sunday
Page 4 -- SBC Showcasse

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"Don't Drink The Water" Play - The W. T. Sampson
High School Drama Club proudly presents Woody Allen's
play "Don't Drink TheWater" tonight and tomorrow night,
7:30 p.m., in the high school gym. Tickets are
available at the door for $2. Come on out and enjoy
this entertaining comedy centered in an American
Embassy in an Iron Curtain country. An enormous amount
of time and effort has been spent on this play and it shows through the excellent development of characters.
See you at curtain time.

Dominican Republic Band -- The Dominican Republic
Navy Band will visit Guantanamo Bay Monday, March 24 through Thursday, March 27. This band specializes in merengue music, the soothing rhythm of the islands.
The band also plays dance music. Catch the band at the Chief Petty Officer's Club Monday, 8 - 11 p.m. Tuesday,
the band will perform at Phillips Park 8 - 11 p.m.,
with free entertainment in a picnic atmosphere. Food and drinks will be sold by the clubs. On the menu is
"Jerk Pork, Jerk Chicken," baked beans, and rolls.
Wednesday will find the band at the Clipper Club, 8
11 p.m. Their last appearance will be at the Windjammer
Club Wednesday, 8 - 11 p.m.

Don't Take A Chance -- Why take a chance? Use the
Clubs Department free driver, on duty seven days a
week, 10 p.m. through closing.

Petecostal Gospel Temple -- A full gospel
-fellowship offers you a friendly place to find help and
peace in times of trouble and to praise the Lord in-'
times of joy. Pastor H.C. Nelson welcomes all people of
all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Services
are Sundays, 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Bible Study is
Wednesdays, 7 p.m. and prayer meetings are Friday, 7
p.m.

City Colleges of Chicago -- The following courses
are being offered at CCC of Chicago: Bus 284 - Business Communications will enhance your career in business and provide you with the skills needed to work with people.
It will study the art of communication, motivation, perception, language distortion, listening and much
more. Marketing - Bus 231 is about the flow of .
industrial and consumer goods, through the marketing
system and the role to the consumer, the product, the
market, the pricing policies and objectives, promotion,
and distribution methods. Introduction To Business
Bus III will be offered on Leeward Point. This course
is a survey of modern American business, analyzing organization and types of business, major business
functions, business and the important roles played by
business and consumers in our economy and much more.
Stress Management Seminar -- Assess your stress by
attending the four evening program March 24 - 31 and
April 1, 6:30 - 8 p.m. Evaluate your own level of
stress, discover your personal stressors, and learn to
make stress work for you. For more information, or to
register for this free program, call the Family Service
Center, 4141 or 4153.

Mo's Support Group -- The Mom's Support Group meets Wednesday, March 26, 12:45 p.m., at the U.S.
Naval Hospital Eye Clinic. The clinic personnel will
provide information and visual screening for the
children. For more information, call Susan Byrd, at the
Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153. All moms and
preschoolers are encouraged to attend.

Coming Soon -- "Expanded Action" is coming! Read
Monday's Daily Gazette for details.


Gazette





U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN............... Oma er, U.S, Naval Base
Lt. Qrur. Rick Fischer, USN............... Public Affairs Officer
J01 S.ac . 'con ............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil u*leeu, USN .........................Man.gi itor
J03 TeriAs, USNo................... . is.. n Editor
Sh Kim Fields...................staff Assistant
Mrs. Diane A m ..................................... Secretary
Efimoff..................roduction Assistr
� Tny l ................... ........... Feature Writer
a.rb...........................Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez......................Student Staff Assistant
Lt. Qidr. J. El Waller, III.................. Reservist Stprt
JOC Gary Minich ...............................Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for sipand stion new-papers under the directi of the public affairs officer. h Daly ( set isprinted five times a ?wek at government expense on government equient, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Offic.T opinions and statements that appear erein are not to be construed as official, or as the official view of the Navy Dqartnet or C.snan.er, U.S. Naval Base.



2 Daily Gazette Friday, March 21,. 1986.


Rest and relaxation schedule


Command R+R Coordinators


Camand

Naval Station Marine Barracks Naval Air Station BCT/UIC Fleet Training Group
WJ-1O
Naval Hospital NSGA

SIMA
Navy Exchange W.T. School


Coordinator

YNC(SS) Park Sgt. Maj. Berry
YNI Bray LtM1 Franks YN1 Baggett AMCS Lamere HM2 Goodwin Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland HC Herbert Mrs. Wilson
Ms. Stamriech


Phone/Stop

4278/36
2114/39 6398/XX
2300/44 4272/21 6210/XX 7207/42
3215/40

4241/13
4355/7
2265/29


Notes:
1. Naval Station includes NAVBASE, JARCC, and NBCB DET.
2. Naval Air Station includes AC OP DET and NAV WX SWC.
3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, Brig, EOD DET, SATCOMM, NLSO, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, PSD and NBS
_____DET.
- - -- 4. Naval Hospital includes Dental and the Veterinary
_Clinic.
5. NSGA includes Company "L."


Date


Location


Mar. 31 - April 2 April 1 - 3 April 2 - 4 April 3 April 4 - 7 April 8
April 7 - 9 April 9 - 11 April 10 April 10 - 14 April 16 - 18 April 17 April 18 - 21 April 21 - 23 April 22 - 24 April 23 - 25 April 24 April 28 - 30 April 29 April 30 - May 2 May 1
May 2 - 5 May 5 - 7 May 6 - 8 May 7 -9 May 8 - 12 May 9


Santo Domingo
Montego Bay Santo Domingo
Montego Bay Puerto Plata Grand Cayman Puerto Plata Puerto Plata Montego Bay Providenciales
La Romana Montego Bay Providenciales Providenciales
Montego Bay Providenciales Montego Bay Kingston Grand Cayman Montego Bay Grand Cayman Montego Bay Grand Cayman
Puerto Plata Kingston
Providencials Montego Bay


Type

R+R R+R R+R D/S
R+R D/S
R+R R+R D/S
R+R R+R D+S R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S
R+R D/S
R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S


Date


May 12 - 14 May 13 - 15 May 14 - 16 May 16 - 19 May 21 - 23 May 22 - 23 May 23 - 27 May 23 - 27 May 28 - 30 May 29 May 30 - June 2 June 2 - 4
June 3 - 5 June 4 - 6 June 6 - 9 June 9 - 11 June 10 - 12 June 11 - 13 June 13 - 16 June 18 - 20 June 19 June 20 - 23 June 24 - 26 June 25 -'27 June 27 - 30


Location


Providenciales
Kingston Providenciales Puerto Plata La Rcmana Kingston La Rcmana Montego Bay Santo Domingo Grand Cayman Santo Domingo Santo Domingo
Kingston La Romana La Rmana Puerto Plata Montego Bay Puerto Plata
Providenciales Puerto Plata Montego Bay Providenciales
Grand Cayan Kingston Montego Bay


Note:
1. R+R is rest and relaxation
2. D/S is day shopper.


Litter is caused by dirty people...

Here's a fine pilsner, a fine view, a fine piece of trash yuck!


Can it!


Our base is cleaner because


Type

R+R R+R
R+R R+R
R+R R+R
R+R R+R
R+R D/S
R+R R+R
R+R R+R R+R R+R
R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S
R+R R+R R+R

R+R

































LOST
Lost at Ferry Landing on
Saturday, March 15, the "Miz" half of a Miz/Paz necklace. It looks like half of a broken circle. If you found it or know who did, please call Valerie at 3630 AWH or 4241 DWH.
YARD SALES
Nob Hill 57A Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Lots of good buys.

Ocean ,View 8C Saturday
* 8 a.m. until noon. Three
sale. Dressers, 9x12
01*-n rug, children's clothes, knicknacks and many,
many misc. items. Everything is priced to sell. Please, no early birds.

Granadillo Circle 84C
Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Maternity clothes and maternity Navy uniforms, size 9/10, baby and toddler
clothes, baby toys, curtains, men and women's clothing, household items.

Nob Hill 59A Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Men's, women's and-children's clothes, barbeque grill,
toys, handmade Easter crafts for baskets. No early birds.
----------------------Tierra Kay 8 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Acrylic tube paints, canvases, furniture indoor and out, some linens and clothes. No early sales.

Marina Point N-301 Saturday from 9 until 11 a.m.
Little girl's clothing sizes 5-10, toys and books for children from ages 5-10. Some nice dresses suitable for Ier too.BOATS

One 16' Deep V alum. boat,
15hp Johnson engine, less than 20 hours on new engine, not a GTMO engine. Trailer,
all safety equipment, new battery, bilge pump, fold down canope top, $2200. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.

One i0x23 pontoon boat, 55hp Evinrude, head, lights, radio, boarding ladder and more, $3000. Slip #7 Corinaso Boat Shed. Call 2903 AWH.

Barrel boat, 18x8 with sun
deck, completely enclosed deck, great for family with small children, 55hp Johnson,
t~msix-gallon tanks, four l vests, anchor, extra eiine parts, custom built trailer, $2500. Call Ray at 3545 AWH.
TWO WHELERS
'83 Honda Night Hawk 450, low mileage, excellent condition, windshield and luggage rack, $1500 firm. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.

'80 moped. Call 4112 DWH or 2741 AWH and ask for BMI
Clyburn.

Yamaha 400, blue, one owner, trunk, two helmets, $800.
Call John at 2531 DWH or 3475 AWH.


FURNITURE
Octagonal-shaped game table, good for poker, can be used as kitchen table, excellent condition, $125. Call 3183 AT.
A.......................
Early American couch and love seat, burnt orange, excellent
condition, reduced price, $175 for couch, $150 for love
seat; also Lazy-Boy recliner/rocker, reduced to $125. Call 3183 AT.
---------------------Early American boy's bedroom set, walnut, includes
captain's bed and mattress with drawers underneath,
dresser and desk with chair, excellent condition, $400 firm. Call 3183 AT.

Twin size bed with Sealy mattress and box springs, $100. Call 2986 AT.

Two Ginger jar lamps from Sears, $39.99 each in
catalog. Will sell for $30 each. Call 3310 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
Children's swing, $30; car
seat, $15; two chester drawers, $10 and $15; baby
crib mattress, $5; love seat and hide-a-bed couch, $250. Call 3908 AT.

Sherwood "Blizzard" Magnum 1st and 2nd stage with
Sherwood Octopuss, excellent condition, best offer over $300. Call Tom at 3500 AWH"

Coffee table and end table, good condition. Espresso and Cappachino maker; underwater camera housing, Ikelite for a motorized 110 camera (no camera since last dive);
misc. baby items, like new. Come see and make an offer.
Call Tom at 3500 AWH.

One 6x9 latch hook rug, brown and rust tones, partially finished, all
supplies included, $20. Call 3310 AWH.

Couch hide-a-bed and chair, $220; dining table, large oakwood, $25; diving belt
with 14 pound of weights, $16; diving back pack, $15; booties size small, $5; coins, foreign and U.S. rolls, $1 per roll. Call Don at 4968 AWH.

AIR CONDITIONERS
One 18,500 BTU a/c with energy saver, 220 volts, good condition, $200. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH.

WANTED
Will the person who bought a Christmas scene from Bayview Plaster Shop in Norfolk call me. I have the missing parts.
Call 2941 AT.

Child care needed for one four-year-old and one eight-month-old. Hours will be various other tahn 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Villamar area preferred, but not limited. Call 4442 or 2485 and ask for
Cassandra or William Collins.


National Poison Prevention Week


The basic theme for
National Poison Prevention Week is "Children Act Fast...So Do Poisons!"
Be Watchful
This means that parents
must always be watchful when household chemicals or drugs are being used.


Safety checklist
Kitchen
/ / No household products under the sink / / No medicines on counters or open areas,
refrigerator top or window sills
/ / All cleaners, household products and

medications out of reach
/ / All cleaners, household products and
medications in original safety top container

Bedroom
/ / No medicines in or on dresser or bedside table / / All perfumes, cosemtics, powders and sachetts
out of reach


//
*/1
// II


Bathrom
Medicine chest cleaned out regularly Old medications flushed down toilet All medicines in original safety top containers All medicines, sprays, powders, cosmetics, fingernail preparations, hair care products, mouthwash, etc, out of reach

Laundry Area
All bleaches, soaps, detergents, fabric softners, bluing agents and sprays out of reach
All products in original containers All products out of reach

Garage/Dasment
Insect spray and weed killers in locked area Gasoline and car products in locked area Turpentine, paints, and paint products in locked area All in original containers (NEver use cups or soft drink bottles to hold paint thinner, turpentine, gasoline, etc.

General Household
Alcoholic beverages out of reach
Ashtrays empty and out of reach Plants out of reach Paint in good repair All household and personal products out or reach


On a plati

-By Sue Hilton:
It has been said that some of the finest chefs in the
world are men. Definitely some of the best food I have ever eaten has been prepared by the fellows at various fire stations.
For those of you unfamiliar with "fire station routines," the men traditionally work alternating 24-hour shifts, i.e., 24 hours on, 24 hour off. This means that one-half of their lives is spent at
the station which becomes their second home. The men
are very proud of their "home" and very protective of it and of each other.
I remember when John and I were first dating, he too, practically lived at the station and when he finally whispered the telephone number in my ear that was reserved for the men for their personal calls, I figured I was "in like


ter

Flynn."
Much later, I was invited
to the station for the traditional Christmas dinner
with the families of the men who were on duty that day. The next day, I went shopping for a wedding dress. The invitation was an unspoken proposal, trust me.
The brotherhood of the men
at the fire station exists everywhere and for them to sharh'a favorite recipe with an "outsider" is truly
special. The fellows of "a shift," Guantanamo Bay Fire Department, after much begging and pleading from me, agreed to let me publish
their very special Jamaican Marinated Chicken. After trying chicken this way, you may never eat it any other way. The recipe is authentic, the only thing I
have added is an actual measurement of each spice.


Jamaican Marinated Chicken
1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1/3 cup finely sliced green onion (or leek)
1 1/2 tsp. finely chopped garlic
1 tsp. MSG
1 tsp. Mortons Natures Seasons seasoning blend
1 tsp. Cayenne red pepper
1 1/2 tsp. dried thyme leaves (It is better if you use fresh thyme, then use, 1-2 tbl.
1 tsp. Goya Adobo all purpose seasoning
2 tbl. paprika
4 whole cloves

* Mix all of the above together and sprinkle over 3 pounds of chicken breasts. Work the seasoning inbo the chicken with your hands and sprinkle with 1 to 2 tsp. water. Place in a plastic bag, close tightly and leave in your refrigerator at least 24 hours or overnight. Broil or barbeque slowly.
* This is spicy hot, but simply delicious. Have a lot of your favorite cold beverage handy and enjoy.


March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week. The United States Congress authorized this observance
several years ago to emphasize the dangers of accidental poisons and the preventive measures that should be undertaken.


3 Daily Gazette Friday, March 21, 1986-


Many accidents happen when adults are using a product, but are distracted (by the telephone, or the door) for a
few moents.
Children act fast, andi adults must make sure that household chemicals and drugs are kept away from children at all times.
About five million poisonings occur annually throughout the United States.
Poisonings occur in all age
groups primarily as a result of accidental exposure to chemicals.
Poisonings are particularly prevalent in children less than five years of age.
About 60 percent of all poisons occur in this age group. The majority of poisonings within the under-five age group occur more specifically in children 18-36 months of age.
Children Explore
Children under the age of
five are in stages of growth and development where they are constantly exploring and investigating the world around them.
This is the way they learn.
It is a normal Characteristic and should not be discouraged.

Unfortunately, what children see and reach for, they put in their mouths.
It is this hazard which parents must try to prevent.
Be Careful
As the youngsters' mobility, ingenuity, and capabilities increase, storage of medicines and household products should be related to the age of each child.
For instance, when children are crawling, they can find such products as drain
cleaners stored under the kitchen sink and on the floor.
As soon as they are able to stand, they can reach such products as furniture polish on low-lying tables, as well
as medications in purses on beds.
When they start to climb, they can open the medicine cabinet and get to the medicine.
These products should be locked up where possible, out
of the child's reach -- even when safety packing is used.
Adults should never leave a
medicine or cleaning product unattended while in use -children act fast and can get into a product while the adult is answering the telephone or door.
Parents should be aware that many common household plants as well as many outdoor plants are poisonous
and should be treated with caution.
Follow These Rules
There are a number of good housekeeping rules that can be used to prevent poisoning accidents.
(1) Keep all household products and medicines out of reach of youngsters and preferably, locked up when
not in use.
(2) When these products are in use, never let them out of
your sight, even if you must take them along when answering the telephone or doorbell.
(3) Store all medicines separately from household products.
(4) Keep items in their original containers.
(5) Leave original labels on all products, and read the label before using.
Always remember: Childrem act fast, so do posions.












Do or die time for Detroit player


Boat races slated Sunday


By Lt. Mike Whitehead

Open sailing day at the Yacht Club was a rousing
success. Warm sunshine, blue skies and beautiful sails skimming the horizon made for a great day.
Sunday, March 23 the fun continues. The first racing day of the spring racing series will begin with a
skipper's meeting at 1 p.m. Two heats will be held at approximately 2 and 4 p.m.


Prizes will be awarded to best in class and best overall. For those who want
to participate in the race, you should obtain your boat prior to the skipper's meeting.
For the rest of you
landbubbers , you are cordially invited to come on down, enjoy the scenery and
watch the race. See what real fun on the water is all about.


LSU upsets Ga. Tech 70-64


(AP) -- College basketball's post-season tournaments have become a showcase for Southeastern Conference teans. Three of them advanced into the NCAA's "elite eight" last night, and another reached the NIT semifinals.
The six SEC teams that got post-season bids have won 15 of 17 games.

At the NCAA's Southeast Regional in Atlanta , Louisiana State upset Georgia Tech 70-64. Don Redden scored 27 points and Derrick Taylor added 23 for LSU. The Tigers have reached the National Tournament's round of eight after finishing fifth in their conference.
LSU's reward for upsetting Tech is a fourth meeting with SEC champion Kentucky. Last
night the Wildcats posted their fourth victory of the season over Alabama, 68-63. Kenny Walker scored 22 points for the Wildcats, who have beaten LSU in the first three meetings between the teams.
Auburn stunned Nevada-Las Vegas 70-63 in the West Regional semifinals at
Houston. That leaves Kansas as the only team west of


Goodwill Games

(UPI) -- An All-Star cast
of sports greats,
including Bill Russell,
Peggy Fleming, Paul
Mornung, Rick Barry, Tracy Caulkins and Bill Rodgers,
are among those named to
handle television
commentary for this
summer's Goodwill Games in
the Soviet Union.
The Turner Broadcasting
System will televise 129 hours of coverage during a 16-day period beginning
July 5.
More than 5,000 athletes, with
representatives from as many as 62 countires, are expected to take part in
18 sports.
The United States contingent will number about
600.
Onetime Olympic basketball hero Russell says, "The Goodwill Games is exactly what the name
implies. These games will
try to foster some kind of
positive dialogue between
the people of different
counties."
The United States and
the Soviet Union have not
competed on this level since 1976, and Russell
believes, "This is a good
time to end that."


Mississippi River still in
the tournament.Auburn's Chuck Person scored 25 points to help the Tigers pull off their second straight upset. They beat St. John's last weekend.
Tomorrow Auburn will play Louisville for a berth in the final four at Dallas. The
Cardinals fell behind North Carolina early, caught up and moved ahead by 11, lost that lead, then pulled away in the closing minutes for a 94-79
win over the Tar Heels. Billy Thompson had 24 of the Louisville points.
The East and Midwest
Regional semifinals will be played tonight. The
dark-horse battle between Navy and Cleveland State is one of the East Regional
games in East Rutherford, N.J. Top-ranked Duke is a heavy favorite against DePaul in that regional's other game. DePaul has already
upset Virginia and Oklahoma in the tournament.
Two Big Eight teams will get crowd support while playing in the Midwest
Regional at Kansas City's Kemper Arena. Kansas takes on Michigan State, and Iowa State plays North Carolina State.

Six of the 12 teams remaining in the NCAA
Tournament are not ranked in the Associated Press' final Top 20 poll of the season. However, the top three teams
in that poll, Duke, Kansas, and Kentucky, are still in
the running for the National championship.
Florida continues to carry the Southeastern Conference flag in the NIT. The Gators almost blew a 14-point lead
in the last six minutes last night. They hung on to nip southwest Missouri 54-53.
Louisiana Tech moved into
the tournament's final four by edging Providence 64-63. Wyoming beat Clemson 62-57.
Brigham Young plays at Ohio
State tonight to fill the fourth spot in the tournament semifinals.
The NCAA Division two men's semifinals are tonight in Springfield, Mass. Cheyney
University of Pennsylvania plays tSoutheast Missouri State, and Florida Southern faces Sacred Heart University of Connecticut.
North Dakota and Cal
Poly-Pomona will play for the NCAA Division two women's championship tomorrow night in Springfield.


(UPI) -- It is do or die time for Mike Laga, 25.
Laga is getting his fifth crack with the Detroit Tigers. What does he have to do to win the first base job? Simply beat out veteran Darrell Evans.
That is really no easy task. Evans is approaching 39 and he is getting better. He swatted 40 homers last
season, tops in the Majors. Evans also collected 94 RBIs, including 10 game winners. Laga has shown he also can hit the longball. He ripped


30 round-trippers at Evansville two-years ago, 20 at Nashville last season plus two more for Detroit. Laga has been a hard worker in spring training and that


is something manager Sparky Anderson likes to see. Anderson says of Laga, "what he's saying to me is, I'll do the work and you make the decision."


Islanders whip. Toronto 7-1


(UPI) -- The New York Islanders chose an opportune time to rediscover a winning formula. Led by Mike Bossy's three power play goals, the Islanders whipped Toronto,
7-1, last night for their


Area athletics.


YSG& -- The Yatera Seca Golf Association is sponsoring a two person, pick you own partner event for Sunday, March 23.
This will be a Best Ball Tournament. Sign up at the Golf Course by Sunday, 8:30 a.m.
Also on Sunday, March 30, the YSGA will hold a Jack and Jill event. Come out and join in on the fun.

Diving -- There will be a PADI Open Water course starting on Monday, April 24. Cost of the course is $115. For further
information, call PADI instructor Bill Diesselhorst, 4353 AT.

Sviming -- Recreation Services will have "Make a Splash" swim lessons, March 31 - April 5. The cost is $5. You may sign up at the Recreation Services Office, 7:30 - 11 a.m. and noon - 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact Paula Kneeland, 2560.

Bowling -- Recreation Services Project Player Easter Bowl is Easter Sunday, noon - midnight, for all people living in the Gold Hill, Marine or Leeward Point barracks. All the bowling you can handle for $5, being held at both Leeward and Windward Bowling Centers. For more information contact Chuck McGinty or Susan Yeager, 2118.

Football -- Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest is being held Saturday, May 17, at the Leeward Point soccer field, with sign up at 9:30 a.m. The contest begins at 10 a.m. For more informatio, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.


fifth victory in the past six games. The Islanders have
just eight games left in the regular season and coach Al Arbour says he hopes his "can make a lot of noisl the playoffs."
In Philadelphia, Tim Kerr added to his record for most power-play goals in a season, scoring twice as the Flyers defeated Pittsburgh, 5-1. Kerr now has 50 goals, including 31 on the power-play. The St. Louis Blues edged Detroit, 3-2 in
overtime and Boston routed the Los Angeles Kings, 6-3, with Ken Linseman collecting two goals and three assists for the Bruins.


Bucks win

(UPI) -- In a battle of leader, the Milwaukee B* defeated the Houston Rockets, 116-106. Terry Cummings scored 25 points and Sidney
Moncrief added 23 for the Bucks, who stretched their Central Division lead to five games over Atlanta. The Rockets saw their lead in the
Midwest Division trimmed to one game over Denver.
It was Dallas beating Utah,
114-107, the New York Knicks stopping Cleveland, 93-87, and Seattle dropping Golden State, 116-104.


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G "Ze eGuantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 53 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Friday, March 21, 1986 house defeats Contra rebel aid proposal PI) -President Reagan Democrats in voting against, while renewing peace talks said yesterday was "a dark It was Reagan's biggest with Managua. day for victory." foreign policy defeat of his Democratic leaders say the The President was referring second term. It followed some administration's "low-road to the House defeat of his of the most intensive approach" of questioning the proposal to send $100 million lobbying campaign ever staged patriotism of opponents in humanitarian and military by the president, worked against Reagan. aid to the rebels fighting to Reagan even offered a Lawmakers had charged that overthrow Nicaragua's last-minute compromise in a the tactics smacked of Sandinista government. The bid to win support. He "McCarthyism." vote was 222-210, with 16 offered to withhold most of Republicans joining 206 the aid for up to 90 days Marcos has $89 million stashed worldwide (UPI) -Documents seized from former Philippine President Marcos show he definitely is wealthy. Q The documents indicate rcos has nearly $89 million stashed in banks around the world. The documents also indicate Soviet girl visi (UPI) -Soviet schoolgirl Katerina Lycheva arrived in Chicago yesterday on the first stop of her special U.S. peace tour in memory of Samantha Smith. The 11-year-old was greeted at O'Hare International Airport by Star Rowe, 10, of San Francisco. Star represents the children as the Peacemakers Organization, and will accompany Katerina on her American tour. Katya, as she is known to her friends, also will visit More drug tam (UPI) -A pharmecutical company has asked stores nationwide to stop selling three of its capsule products because of tampering. The Philadelphia-based Smith. Kline Beckman corporation says it received lephone calls from a man o claims the capsules were poisoned and put back on store shelves in four cities. The products involved are Contac, a cold medicine; Dietac, an appetite Marcos may have taken kickbacks from foreign firms, suggest he took cash gifts from his countrymen, and used military intelligence money for trips. The U.S. State Department says there is no evidence Marcos illegally withdrew ts for peace New York, Washington, Houston, and Los Angles. She won the two-week trip after suggesting her school in Moscow set up a memorial "museum" to Samantha, who visited the Soviet Union in 1983. Smith died in a plane crash last year. Katya will carry letters to Samantha's mother, gifts for American school children, and a special present for President Reagan, although no White House meeting was planned. pering found suppressant; and Teldrin, an allergy remedy. Evidence of non-fatal tampering was found by officials. Smithkline says FDA tests run on capsules in Houston and Orlando, Fla., found cornstarch contamination. An FDA official says, in the Philadelphia Inquirer, that capsules filled with a "harmless household product" were found in Chicago and St. Louis. W.T. Sampson High School's Senior Class of 1986 Parents Presents Country Music/Rythm and Blues Jamboree And Bar-B-Que Sunday, March 23 Phillips Park It Is Free! Come one, cane all Open To All Base Residents, Guests and Ships Cane Out And Enjoy Live Music By GTMO's Own Do not miss the Spin Off of: Disco vs Country vs Rock vs Reggae! Who will be chosen #1 in GTMO Dancing Softball Tournament Dunktank Balloons For $5, you can buy the best mouth watering Bar-B-Que Dinner in all of Cuba: Chicken, Baked Beans, Cole Slaw, Bread and Iced tea. In addition, we will have pleanty of grilled hot dogs, hamburgers and cold drinks for sale Do Not Miss The Party In The Park money from an American economic aid account. The State Department said the Philippine government tried in January to change procedures so it could withdrew money from an American economic aid account. Marcos still is looking for a new home in exile. Panama refused to grant Marcos asylum. Panama's refusal yesterday came hours after the Reagan administration said Marcos would leave Hawaii for Panama. Military justice Mar. 21, Court Martial, Naval Station: One E5 guilty of UCMJ Article 132, making a false or fraudulent claim against the United States, was awarded a forfeiture of $650 pay for one month and a letter of reprimand. Mar. 21, Captain's Mast,. Naval Station: One E5 guilty of UCMJ Article 81, conspiring to make a false or fraudulent claim against the United States, was awarded 45 days extra duty. Officials slate space disaster public hearing (UPI) -The shuttle commission' s seventh public hearing on the Challenger disaster is set for today in Washington. NASA officials called to testify are expected to bolster the case against the ship's booster rocket joints and absolve the external fuel tank. Among the eight men to testify are five engineers from the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., where the booster rocket program is managed. Experts at Marshall have been cleaning six flight recorders removed from the shuttle's wreckage. The presidential panel also asked the head of the salvage operation off Cape Canaveral to give an update on key pieces of shuttle wreckage recovered from the ocean floor by Navy divers. Salvage crews have recovered a chunk of wreckage fran the rocket boosters. It 'could serve as a key for engineers trying to trace the cause of the shuttle's fiery destruction. W4 E News of the bay IS By Lt. Cadr. Rick Fischer Headphones And Roadways Do Not Mix -The Navy' s new Traffic Safety Program is unequivical about wearing portable headphones, earphones or similar listening devices while driving on or running near roadways. You may not. The new regulation applies to operators of motor vehicles, joggers, walkers and even riders of skateboards. Roadway includes the road itself as well as the shoulder alongside the road. Walkers and joggers are fine as long as they stay on the sidewalk and do not cross any roads. That is not as easy as it sounds. There is nothing in the instruction which states that the radio or tape player must be on to be prohibited activity. One needs only wear the listening device whether or not it is connected to anything and regardless of whether there is any sound coming through it. Base Palice will be issuing warnings beginning April 1. After a suitable transition period, the warnings will be replaced with citations requiring a traffic court appearance. Complete details are found in OPNAVINST 5100.12C of December 12,. 1985. Weekend on TV8 Friday 9:10 p.m. 10:30 p.m. 11:00 p.m. 11:30 p.m. 12:30 p.m. Saturday 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Sunday 12:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. Movie "Death Race" NBC Nightly News Benny Hill Tonight Show NCAA College Basketball (Navy vs. Cleveland State) All-Star Wrestling CNN Headline News NCAA Regional Finals (two games) Freeze Frame CNN Headline News News Tech Times CNN Headline News NCAA Regional Finals (two games) Hit City CNN Headline News Flight schedule Flight Schedule For March 24-28 Date A/C Departure Destination Arrival TUE 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. TUE 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. THU C-141 Cargo 10:10 a.m. Roosey Road 12:10 p.m. FRI 727 MAC 12:30 p.m. Kingston 1:15 p.m. FRI 727 MAC 4:15 p.m. Norfolk 6:59 p.m. 1. Active duty personnel flying on MAC aircraft must travel in the uniform of the day at destination or service dress blue. 2. Ticketed passengers must bring ticket and luggage between 8-10 a.m. for the Kingston flight and 10-11:45 a.m. for the Norfolk flight. Kingston ferry is 10:30 a.m. and Norfolk ferry is 1:30 p.m. Capsule Recall -The Food and Drug Administration has directed a recall of the following capsules: Contac, Dietac and Teldrin. The manufacturer, Menley and James Laboratbries, Philadelphia, Pa., a subsidary of Smith Kline Beckman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa., has asked retailers to halt sales and asks consumers not to use Contac, Dietac, or Teldrin brand capusles purchased after March 15. The recall is necessitated because of possible tampering and adulteration with toxic substances. Inside Page 2 -R and R Schedule Page 3 -On A Platter Page 3 -Yard Sales Page 4 -Boat Races Slated Sunday Page 4 -SEC Showcasse gWWW

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te 'Don't Drink The Water Play -The W. T. Sampson High School Drama Club proudly presents Woody Allen' s play "Don't Drink TheWater" tonight and tomorrow night, 7:30 p.m., in the high school gym. Tickets are available at the door for $2. Come on out and enjoy this entertaining comedy centered in an American Embassy in an Iron Curtain country. An enormous amount of time and effort has been spent on this play and it shows through the excellent development of characters. See you at curtain time. Dominican Republic Band -The Dominican Republic Navy Band will visit Guantanamo Bay Monday, March 24 through Thursday, March 27. This band specializes in merengue music, the soothing rhythm of the islands. The band also plays dance music. Catch the band at the Chief Petty Officer's Club Monday, 8 -11 p.m. Tuesday, the band will perform at Phillips Park 8 -11 p.m., with free entertainment in a picnic atmosphere. Food and drinks will be sold by the clubs. On the menu is "Jerk Pork, Jerk Chicken," baked beans, and rolls. Wednesday will find the band at the Clipper Club, 8 11 p.m. Their last appearance will be at the Windjamer Club Wednesday, 8 -11 p.m. Don' t Take A Chance -Why take a chance? Use the Clubs Department free driver, on duty seven days a week, 10 p.m. through closing. Petecostal Gospel Temple -A full gospel fellowship offers you a friendly place to find help and peace in times of trouble and to praise the Lord in times of joy. Pastor H.C. Nelson welcomes all people of all faiths to attend at the Bay Hill Chapel. Services are Sundays, 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Bible Study is Wednesdays, 7 p.m. and prayer meetings are Friday, 7 p.m. City Colleges of Chicago -The following courses are being offered at CCC of Chicago: Bus 284 -Business Comunications will enhance your career in business and provide you with the skills needed to work with people. It will study the art of communication, motivation, perception, language distortion, listening and much more. Marketing -Bus 231 is about the flow of industrial and consumer goods, through the marketing system and the role to the consumer, the product, the market, the pricing policies and objectives, promotion, and distribution methods. Introduction To Business Bus III will be offered on Leeward Point. This course is a survey of modern American business, analyzing organization aed types of business, major business functions, business and the important roles played by business and consumers in our economy and much more. Stress Management Seminar -Assess your stress by attending the four evening program March 24 -31 and April 1, 6:30 -8 p.m. Evaluate your own level of stress, discover your personal stressors, and learn to make stress work for you. For more information, or to register for this free program, call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153. Mom's Support Group -The Mom's Support Group meets Wednesday, March 26, 12:45 p.m., at the U.S. Naval Hospital Eye Clinic. The clinic personnel will provide information and visual screening for the children. For more information, call Susan Byrd, at the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153. All moms and preschoolers are encouraged to attend. Coming Soon -"Expanded Action" is coming! Read Monday's Daily Gazette for details. Dally azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cndon, USN .Osmander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Cddr. Rick Fischer, UIS.Public Affairs Officer J01 StaceyByngton .Assistant Public Affairs officer J02 Neil Gillubeu, USN ..aaig Bitor J03 Teri Thomas, USN.Ass t REitor Sa Kim Fields .Staff Assistant Mrs. Diane mnermtan .Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff .Production Assistan Mrs. TIbyHall.eature Writer Nathan IDurbin .Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stdent Staff Assistant Lt. Qdr. J. B3 Wller, III.Reservist Suprt JOCCary Minich .Reservist Suport The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and sttion reaees, under the direction of the public affairs officer. ITh Daily Gazette is printed five times a creek at goverreet expense on govermnt e,; et, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service BramOffice. The opinions and statements that appear herein are rot to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Camiarder, U.S. Naval Base. 2 Daily Gazette Friday, March 21, 1986Rest and relaxation schedule Command Command R+R Coordinators Coordinator Naval Station Marine Barracks Naval Air Station BCT/UIC Fleet Training Group W-10 Naval Hospital NSGA SIMA Navy Exchange W.T. School YNC(SS) Park Sgt. Maj. Berry YN1 Bray DM1 Franks YN1 Baggett AMCS Lamere HM2 Goodwin Master Gunnery Sgt. Wieland HTC Herbert Mrs. Wilson Ms. Stasmriech Phone/Stop 4278/36 2114/39 6398/XX 2300/44 4272/21 6210/XX 7207/42 3215/40 4241/13 4355/7 2265/29 Notes: 1. Naval Station includes NAVBASE, JARCC, and NBCB DET. 2. Naval Air Station includes AC OP DET and NAV WX SWC. 3. BCT/UIC includes ROICC, Brig, EOD DET, SATCOMM, NLSO, FLT AV, COMSYSTO, NIS, Red Cross, PSD and NBS DET. 4. Naval Hospital includes Dental and the Veterinary -Clinic. 5. NSGA includes Company "L." Date Mar. 31 -April 2 April 1 -3 April 2 -4 April 3 April 4 -7 April 8 April 7 -9 April 9 -11 April 10 April 10 -14 April 16 -18 April 17 April 18 -21 April 21 -23 April 22 -24 April 23 -25 April 24 April 28 -30 April 29 April 30 -May 2 May 1 May 2 -5 May 5 -7 May 6 -8 May 7 -9 May 8 -12 May 9 Location Santo Domingo Montego Bay Santo Domingo Montego Bay Puerto Plata Grand Cayman Puerto Plata Puerto Plata Montego Bay Providenciales La Romana Montego Bay Providenciales Providenciales Montego Bay Providenciales Montego Bay Kingston Grand Cayman Montego Bay Grand Cayman Montego Bay Grand Cayman Puerto Plata Kingston Providencials Montego Bay Type Date R+R R+R R+R D/S R+R D/S R+R R+R D/S R+R R+R D+S R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S R+R D/S R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S May 12 -14 May 13 -15 May 14 -16 May 16 -19 May 21 -23 May 22 -23 May 23 -27 May 23 -27 May 28 -30 May 29 May 30 -June June 2 -4 June 3 -5 June 4 -6 June 6 -9 June 9 -11 June 10 -12 June 11 -13 June 13 -16 June 18 -20 June 19 June 20 -23 June 24 -26 June 25 -27 June 27 -30 Note: 1. R+R is rest and relaxation 2. D/S is day shopper. Location Providenciales Kingston Providenciales Puerto Plata La Romana Kingston La Romana Montego Bay Santo Domingo Grand Cayman 2 Santo Domingo Santo Domingo Kingston La Romana La Romana Puerto Plata Montego Bay Puerto Plata Providenciales Puerto Plata Montego Bay Providenciales Grand Cayman Kingston Montego Bay --9 R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R d R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R R+R D/S R+R R+R R+R R+R Litter is caused by dirty people. Here's a fine pilsner, a fine view, a fine piece of trash yuck! OcCa n i t Our base is cleaner because WE CARE I I I 0

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the LOST Lost at Ferry Landing on Saturday, March 15, the "Miz" half of a Miz/Paz necklace. It looks like half of a broken circle. If you found it or know who did, please call Valerie at 3630 AWH or 4241 DWH. YARD SALES Nob Hill 57A Saturday from 8 a.m. until ? Lots of good buys. Ocean .View 8C Saturday 8 a.m. until noon. Three ly sale. Dressers, 9x12 b own rug, children's clothes, knicknacks and many, many misc. items. Everything is priced to sell. Please, no early birds. Granadillo Circle 84C Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Maternity clothes and maternity Navy uniforms, size 9/10, baby and toddler clothes, baby toys, curtains, men and women's clothing, household items. Nob Hill 59A Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon. Men's, women's and children' s clothes, barbeque grill, toys, handmade Easter crafts for baskets. No early birds. Tierra Kay 8 Saturday from 8 a.m. until noon. Acrylic tube paints, canvases, furniture indoor and out, some linens and clothes. No early sales. Marina Point N-301 Saturday from 9 until 11 a.m. Little girl's clothing sizes 5-10, toys and books for children from ages 5-10. Some nice dresses suitable for er too. BOATS One 16' Deep V alum. boat, 15hp Johnson engine, less than 20 hours on new engine, not a GTMO engine. Trailer, all safety equipment, new battery, bilge pump, fold down canope top, $2200. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. One 10x23 pontoon boat, 55hp Evinrude, head, lights, radio, boarding ladder and more, $3000. Slip #7 Corinaso Boat Shed. Call 2903 AWH. Barrel boat, 18x8 with sun deck, completely enclosed deck, great for family with small children, 55hp Johnson, t six-gallon tanks, four 1 vests, anchor, extra e ne parts, custom built trailer, $2500. Call Ray at 3545 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '83 Honda Night Hawk 450, low mileage, excellent condition, windshield and luggage rack, $1500 firm. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. '80 moped. Call 4112 DWH or 2741 AWH and ask for BM1 Clyburn. Yamaha 400, blue, one owner, trunk, two helmets, $800. Call John at 2531 DWH or 3475 AWH. FURNITURE Octagonal-shaped game table, good for poker, can be used as kitchen table, excellent condition, $125. Call 3183 AT. Early American couch and love seat, burnt orange, excellent condition, reduced price, $175 for couch, $150 for love seat; also Lazy-Boy recliner/rocker, reduced to $125. Call 3183 AT. Early American boy's bedroom set, walnut, includes captain's bed and mattress with drawers underneath, dresser and desk with chair, excellent condition, $400 firm. Call 3183 AT. Twin size bed with Sealy mattress and box springs, $100. Call 2986 AT. Two Ginger jar lamps from Sears, $39.99 each in catalog. Will sell for $30 each. Call 3310 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Children's swing, $30; car seat, $15; two chester drawers, $10 and $15; baby crib mattress, $5; love seat and hide-a-bed couch, $250. Call 3908 AT. Sherwood "Blizzard" Magnum 1st and 2nd stage with Sherwood Octopuss, excellent condition, best offer over $300. Call Tom at 3500 AWH. Coffee table and end table, good condition. Espresso and Cappachino maker; underwater camera housing, Ikelite for a motorized 110 camera (no camera since last dive); misc. baby items, like new. Come see and make an offer. Call Tom at 3500 AWH. One 6x9 latch hook rug, brown and rust tones, partially finished, all supplies included, $20. Call 3310 AWH. Couch hide-a-bed and chair, $220; dining table, large oakwood, $25; diving belt with 14 pound of weights, $16; diving back pack, $15; booties size small, $5; coins, foreign and U.S. rolls, $1 per roll. Call Don at 4968 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 18,500 BTU a/c with energy saver, 220 volts, good condition, $200. Call Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH. WANTED Will the person who bought a Christmas scene from Bayview Plaster Shop in Norfolk call me. I have the missing parts. Call 2941 AT. Child care needed for one four-year-old and one eight-month-old. Hours will be various other tahn 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Villamar area preferred, but not limited. Call 4442 or 2485 and ask for Cassandra or William Collins. National Poison Prevention Week March 16-22 is National Poison Prevention Week. The United States Congress authorized this observance several years ago to emphasize the dangers of accidental poisons and the preventive measures that should be undertaken. // // // / / The basic theme for National Poison Prevention Week is "Children Act Fast.So Do Poisons!" Be Watchful This means that parents must always be watchful when household chemicals or drugs are being used. Safety checklist Kitchen No household products under the sink No medicines on counters or open areas, refrigerator top or window sills All cleaners, household products and medications out of reach All cleaners, household products and medications in original safety top container Bedroom / / No medicines in or on dresser or bedside table / / All perfumes, cosemtics, powders and sachetts out of reach // // // / / / / / / / / / / / / Bathroom Medicine chest cleaned out regularly Old medications flushed down toilet All medicines in original safety top containers All medicines, sprays, powders, cosmetics, fingernail preparations, hair care products, mouthwash, etc. out of reach Laundry Area All bleaches, soaps, detergents, fabric softners, bluing agents and sprays out of reach All products in original containers All products out of reach Garage/Basement Insect spray and weed killers in locked area Gasoline and car products in locked area Turpentine, paints, and paint products in locked area All in original containers (NEver use cups or soft drink bottles to hold paint thinner, turpentine, gasoline, etc. General Household Alcoholic beverages out of reach Ashtrays empty and out of reach Plants out of reach Paint in good repair All household and personal products out or reach On a platt By Sue Hilton, It has been said that some of the finest chefs in the world are men. Definitely some of the best food I have ever eaten has been prepared by the fellows at various fire stations. For those of you unfamiliar with "fire station routines," the men traditionally work alternating 24-hour shifts, i.e., 24 hours on, 24 hour off. This means that one-half of their lives is spent at the station which becomes their second home. The men are very proud of their "home" and very protective of it and of each other. I remember when John ard I were first dating, he too, practically lived at the station and when he finally whispered the telephone number in my ear that was reserved for the men for their personal calls, I figured I was "in like ter Flynn." Much later, I was invited to the station for the traditional Christmas dinner with the families of the men who were on duty that day. The next day, I went shopping for a wedding dress. The invitation was an unspoken proposal, trust me. The brotherhood of the men at the fire station exists everywhere and for them to share a favorite recipe with an "outsider" is truly special. The fellows of "a shift," Guantanamo Bay Fire Department, after much begging ard pleading from me, agreed to let me publish their very special Jamaican Marinated Chicken. After trying chicken this way, you may never eat it any other way. The recipe is authentic, the only thing I have added is an actual measurement of each spice. Jamaican Marinated Chicken 1/2 cup finely chopped onion 1/3 cup finely sliced green onion (or leek) 1 1/2 tsp. finely chopped garlic 1 tsp. MSG 1 tsp. Mortons Natures Seasons seasoning blend 1 tsp. Cayenne red pepper 1 1/2 tsp. dried thyme leaves (It is better if you use fresh thyme, then use, 1-2 tbl. 1 tsp. Goya Adobo all purpose seasoning 2 thl. paprika 4 whole cloves Mix all of the above together and sprinkle over 3 pounds of chicken breasts. Work the seasoning into the chicken with your hands and sprinkle with 1 to 2 tsp. water. Place in a plastic bag, close tightly and leave in your refrigerator at least 24 hours or overnight. Broil or barbeque slowly. This is spicy hot, but simply delicious. Have a lot of your favorite cold beverage handy and enjoy. r .l Daily Gazette Friday, March 21, 1986Many accidents happen when adults are using a product, but are distracted (by the telephone, or the door) for a few moments. Children act fast, and adults must make sure that household chemicals and drugs are kept away from children at all times. About five million poisonings occur annually throughout the United States. Poisonings occur in all age groups primarily as a result of accidental exposure to chemicals. Poisonings are particularly prevalent in children less than five years of age. About 60 percent of all poisons occur in this age group. The majority of poisonings within the under-five age group occur more specifically in children 18-36 months of age. Children Explore Children under the age of five are in stages of growth and development where they are constantly exploring and investigating the world around them. This is the way they learn. It is a normal characteristic and should not be discouraged. Unfortunately, what children see and reach for, they put in their mouths. It is this hazard which parents must try to prevent. Be Careful As the youngsters' mobility, ingenuity, and capabilities increase, storage of medicines and household products should be related to the age of each child. For instance, when children are crawling, they can find such products as drain cleaners stored under the kitchen sink and on the floor. As soon as they are able to stand, they can reach such products as furniture polish on low-lying tables, as well as medications in purses on beds. When they start to climb, they can open the medicine cabinet and get to the medicine. These products should be locked up where possible, out of the child's reach -even when safety packing is used. Adults should never leave a medicine or cleaning product unattended while in use -children act fast and can get into a product while the adult is answering the telephone or door. Parents should be aware that many common household plants as well as many outdoor plants are poisonous and should be treated with caution. Follow These Roles There are a number of good housekeeping rules that can be used to prevent poisoning accidents. (1) Keep all household products and medicines out of reach of youngsters and preferably, locked up when not in use. (2) When these products are in use, never let then out of your sight, even if you must take them along when answering the telephone or doorbell. (3) Store all medicines separately from household products. (4) Keep items in their original containers. (5) Leave original labels on all products, and read the label before using. Always remember: Children act fast, so do posions.

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Boat races slated Sunday By Lt. Mike Whitehead Open sailing day at the Yacht Club was a rousing success. Warm sunshine, blue skies and beautiful sails skimming the horizon made for a great day. Sunday, March 23 the fun continues. The first racing day of the spring racing series will begin with a skipper's meeting at 1 p.m. Two heats will be held at approximately 2 and 4 p.m. Prizes will be awarded to best in class and best overall. For those who want to participate in the race, you should obtain your boat prior to the skipper's meeting. For the rest of you landbubbers, you are cordially invited to come on down, enjoy the scenery and watch the race. See what real fun on the water is all about. LSU upsets Ga. Tech 70-64 (AP) -College basketball's post-season tournaments have become a showcase for Southeastern Conference teams. Three of them advanced into the ICAA's "elite eight" last night, and another reached the NIT semifinals. The six SEC teams that got post-season bids have won 15 of 17 games. At the NCAA's Southeast Regional in Atlanta, Louisiana State upset Georgia Tech 70-64. Don Redden scored 27 points and Derrick Taylor added 23 for LSU. The Tigers have reached the National Tournament's round of eight after finishing fifth in their conference. LSU's reward for upsetting Tech is a fourth meeting with SEC champion Kentucky. Last night the Wildcats posted their fourth victory of the season over Alabama, 68-63. Kenny Walker scored 22 points for the Wildcats, who have beaten LSU in the first three meetings between the teams. Auburn stunned Nevada-Las Vegas 70-63 in the West Regional semifinals at Houston. That leaves Kansas as the only team west of Goodwill Games (UPI) -An All-Star cast of sports greats, including Bill Russell, Peggy Fleming, Paul Mornung, Rick Barry, Tracy Caulkins and Bill Rodgers, are among those named to handle television commentary for this summer's Goodwill Games in the Soviet Union. The Turner Broadcasting System will televise 129 hours of coverage during a 16-day period beginning July 5. More than 5,000 athletes, with representatives from as many as 62 countires, are expected to take part in 18 sports. The United States contingent will number about 600. Onetime Olympic basketball hero Russell says, "The Goodwill Games is exactly what the name implies. These games will try to foster some kind of positive dialogue between the people of different counties." The United States and the Soviet Union have not competed on this level since 1976, and Russell believes, "This is a good time to end that." 4 Daily Gazette Mississippi River still in the tournament. Auburn's Chuck Person scored 25 points to help the Tigers pull off their second straight upset. They beat St. John's last weekend. Tomorrow Auburn will play Louisville for a berth in the final four at Dallas. The Cardinals fell behind North Carolina early, caught up and moved ahead by 11, lost that lead, then pulled away in the closing minutes for a 94-79 win over the Tar Heels. Billy Thompson had 24 of the Louisville points. The East and Midwest Regional semifinals will be played tonight. The dark-horse battle between Navy and Cleveland State is one of the East Regional games in East Rutherford, N.J. Top-ranked Duke is a heavy favorite against DePaul in that regional's other game. DePaul has already upset Virginia and Oklahoma in the tournament. Two Big Eight teams will get crowd support while playing in the Midwest Regional at Kansas City's Kemper Arena. Kansas takes on Michigan State, and Iowa State plays North Carolina State. Six of the 12 teams remaining in the NCAA Tournament are not ranked in the Associated Press' final Top 20 poll of the season. However, the top three teams in that poll, Duke, Kansas, and Kentucky, are still in the running for the National championship. Florida continues to carry the Southeastern Conference flag in the NIT. The Gators almost blew a 14-point lead in the last six minutes last night. They hung on to nip southwest Missouri 54-53. Louisiana Tech moved into the tournament's final four by edging Providence 64-63. Wyoming beat Clemson 62-57. Brigham Young plays at Ohio State tonight to fill the fourth spot in the tournament semifinals. The ICAA Division two men's semifinals are tonight in Springfield, Mass. Cheyney University of Pennsylvania plays :Southeast Missouri State, and Florida Southern faces Sacred Heart University of Connecticut. North Dakota and Cal Poly-Pomona will play for the NCAA Division two women's championship tomorrow night in Springfield. Friday, March 21, 1986 Do or die time for Detroit player (UPI) -It is do or die time 30 round-trippers at for Mike Laga, 25. Evansville two years ago, 20 Laga is getting his fifth at Nashville last season plum crack with the Detroit two more for Detroit. Tigers. What does he have to Loge has been a hard worker do to win the first base job? in spring training and that Simply beat out veteran Darrell Evans.ndAh That is really no easy task. Evans is approaching 39 and he is getting better. He (UPI) -The New York swatted 40 homers last Islanders chose an opportune season, tops in the Majors. time to rediscover a winning Evans also collected 94 RBIs, formula. Led by Mike Bossy's including 10 game winners. three power play goals, the Laga has shown he also can Islanders whipped Toronto, hit the longball. He ripped 7-1, last night for their 30rdArea athletics YSGA -The Yatera Seca Golf Association is sponsoring a two person, pick you own partner event for Sunday, March 23. This will be a Best Ball Tournament. Sign up at the Golf Course by Sunday, 8:30 a.m. Also on Sunday, March 30, the YSGA will hold a Jack and Jill event. Come out and join in on the fun. Diving -There will be a PADI Open Water course starting on Monday, April 24. Cost of the course is $115. For further information, call PADI instructor Bill Diesselborst, 4353 AT. Swiming -Recreation Services will have "Make a Splash" swim lessons, March 31 -April 5. The cost is $5. You may sign up at the Recreation Services Office, 7:30 -11 a.m. and noon -4:30 p.m. For more information, contact Paula Kneeland, 2560. Bowling -Recreation Services Project Player Easter Bawl is Easter Sunday, noon -midnight, for all people living in the Gold Mill, Marine or Leeward Point barracks. All the bowling you can handle for $5, being held at both Leward and Windward Bawling Conters. For more information contact Chuck MoGinty or Susan Yeager, 2118. Football -Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest is being held Saturday, May 17, at the Leeward Point soccer field, with sign up at 9:30 a.m. The contest begins at 10 a.m. For more informatio, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. is something manager Sparky Anderson likes to see. Anderson says of Laga, "What he's saying to me is, I'll do the work and you make the decision." p Toronto 7-1 3 S r Sidelined. Tucson Open (UPI) -LPGA veteran Pat Bradley heads into today' s second round of the $200,000 Tucson Open with a comfortable three-stroke lead. Bradley jumped to the head of the pack by shooting a course-record seven-under-par 65. Sherri Turner holds second place with a 68 and five golfers share third place after opening rounds of 69. USFG Classic (UPI) -Rains washed out yesterday's first round of the USFG Classic in New Orleans. Defending champion Seve Ballesteros of Spain and 143 other golfers will try again today. Tournament officials have scheduled a 36-hole final on Sunday, with hopes of getting in the standard four rounds. World Figure Skating (UPI) -America's Brian Boitano captured the men's title at the World Figure Skating Championships in Geneva, Switzerland. Boitano was fourth after the program, but six of the nine judges placed the U.S. star first in the free program and that was enough to earn the gold medal. Canadian Brian Orser finished second, while Aleksandr Fadeyev was third. World Cup (UPI) -Vreni Schneider of Switzerland clinched the World Cup Giant Slalom title by taking yesterday's women's race on Mount Tecumseh in New Hampshire. The victory is Schneider's third of the season and gives her a a total 95 points with one race left. Boxer Dies (UPI) -Boxer James Shuler was killed yesterday in a motorcycle accident. Police say the 26-year-old fighter drove his bike into a tractor-trailer in north Philadelphia and died of massive head wounds. ~ '~' ,I~ ~ W t D t fifth victory in the past six games. The Islanders have just eight games left in the regular season and coach Al Arbour says he hopes his "can make a lot of nois the playoffs." In Philadelphia, Tim Kerr added to his record for most power-play goals in a season, scoring twice as the Flyers defeated Pittsburgh, 5-1. Kerr now has 50 goals, including 31 on the power-play. The St. Louis Blues edged Detroit, 3-2 in overtime and Boston routed the Los Angeles Kings, 6-3, with Ken Linsenan collecting two goals and three assists for the Bruins. Bucks win (UPI) -In a battle of leader, the Milwaukee Be defeated the Houston Rockets, 116-106. Terry Cummings scored 25 points and Sidney Moncrief added 23 for the Bucks, who stretched their Central Division lead to five games over Atlanta. The Rockets saw their lead in the Midwest Division trimmed to one game over Denver. It was Dallas beating Utah, 114-107, the New York Knicks stopping Cleveland, 93-87, and Seattle dropping Golden State, 116-104.


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