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Vol. 42 -- No. 55


Guantanamo Bay Cuba


-- II SNuav' nnlv .hore-based daily newspaper --


Libya fires missiles at U.S. warplanes


Tuesday, ME


arch 25, 1986


,javy retaliates, sink Libyan patrol boats and


(UPI) -- U.S. officials say American warships patrolling the Libyan-claimed Gulf of Sidra are under orders to retaliate if attacked by Libyan forces.
Tripoli is vowing revenge for any U.S. incursion into the gulf.
The U.S. fleet has been conducting military exercises off the Libyan coast since
Sunday. Yesterday, those war games turned into something else, when Libya fired six missiles at American warplanes. U.S. jetfighters responded by knocking out a Soviet-built missile base and kfng two Libyan patrol

Te White House says there
were no American casualties. State-run Libyan radio claims
three U.S. planes were shot down.
In the past, Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy has warned the United States not to
cross his so-called "line of death" across the Gulf of Sidra. Today, Libyan radio is promising to turn the
Mediterranean "into a sea of


Nicaraguans

cross border

into Honduras

(AP/UPI) -- A State Department official says
1,500 Nicaraguan troops have crossed into Honduras, the Central American country
where most of the U.S.-backed Contras fighting Nicaragua's leftist Sandinista government are based.
Honduran officials say they
are not aware of any incursion and Nicaragua denies its troops have t ssed the border. 4he conflicting stories
e as a network broadcast
report , on ABC, says President Reagan is set to
ask Congress for $20 million in military aid to
Honduras today. Another report, on NBC, says Honduras
asked the United States for military assistance. White House officials refuse to confirm or deny the reports.
News of the alleged
invasion also breaks as the Senate prepares to vote this week on Reagan's call for $100 million in aid for Nicaraguan rebels.
Military sources say about 1,000 Sandinista troops are camped out on a mountain
About 12 miles inside AdRiduras after having chased U.S.-backed. rebles into the area.


fire" in retaliation for yesterday's action.
Libya is on full-scale alert. The state-run radio, monitored in London, called for the assassination of "American spies" in the Arab world and said Khadafy's forces were organizing "suicide squads."
The White House says the on-going maneuvers were not meant to provoke the volatile Libyan leader. Spokesman Larry Speakes says, "We simply cannot allow other nations to dictate where we can or cannot go" in the international waters.


damage shore target


At press time, the Pentagon says Libya launched six more missiles at American targets in the disputed Gulf of Sidra
area today.
The Defense Department says U.S. warplanes and ships hit back at the missile sites a second time and destroyed two more Libyan patrol craft. Defense officials say a total of 12 missiles have been
fired at U.S. Naval units in two days of operating near Libya's self-proclaimed "line
of death" across the gulf. They say no U.S. forces have been hit or lost.


Rockets fired at U.S.: Embassy


(UPI)-- The police force in Toyko is on alert following a home-made rocket attack on
the U.S. Embassy and Imperial Palace.
Police say there were no injuries nor damage after five aerosol cans filled with flammable liquid fell harmlessly onto the embassy
and palace grounds in the bold daylight attacks.
The devices were fired from
crude launchers rigged in the open trunks of stolen cars.


The launches were detonated
by timers.
Officials say one rocket
ignited 500 yards from Emperor Hirohito's living quarters. Another rocket richocheted off a third-floor
window of the U.S. Enbassy.
Police say no suspects were observed in the attacks and no group claimed responsibility. Police suspect a violent leftist group opposed to the U.S. and Japanese military.


Big Weels -- The scent of barbecue and sounds of rhythm and blues filled the air at Phillips Park Sunday during the second annual W.T. Sampson High School Country Music/Rhythm and Blues Jamboree. Sponsored by the Senior Class of 1986
Parents Club, the event attracted Guantanamo Bay residents of all ages, including these two passengers on the Ferris wheel-ride. (Photo by Lt. Qdr. J. Bd Waller, III.)


'Out of Africa' wins seven Oscar awards


(UPI) -- "Out Of Africa" swept the Oscars last night,
winning seven Academy awards, including best picture and
director.
The film, a period love story told against the
panorama of Kenya, dealt a stunning blow to Steven Spielberg's "The Color Purple." Both were nominated for 11 Oscars, but "The Color Purple" failed to win a


single award.
Nostalgia and sentimentality ran high during the more than three-hour cerenony in Hollywood, seen by an
estimated world-wide broadcast audience of more than one billion. Geraldine Page, 62, finally picked up an Oscar on her eighth nomination. She won the Best
Actress Award for her role in "The Trip To Bountiful."


The show also included tributes to Paul Newman,
movie veteran Buddy Rogers, and a song-and-dance tribute to MGM musicals.
Two sentimental favorites received Oscars for their supporting roles, Anjelica Huston, who played a brazen Mafia princess in "Prizzi's Honor," and Don Ameche, 78, as a man rejuvenated in "Cocoon."


Around the globe


Five New Cabinet Ministers (UPI) -- Haitian President Henri Namphy named five new cabinet ministers
yesterday in a government purge aimed at quelling rioting. However, between 10,000 and 15,000
demonstrators marched through Port-au-Prince demanding that Namphy step down. Soldiers fired into the air to disperse the crowds. There were no initial reports of injuries.

Chinese Leader Considers Retirement (UPI) -Chinese Leader Deng Xiaoping says he is considering retirement to make way for younger officials. Deng says he has been participating less lately in day-to-day affairs of China to allow younger officials to assume
more responsibility. The aging leader made the comments in Peking yesterday during his first public appearance in three months.

Marcos Packs Bags (UPI) -- Marcos has moved from a U.S. Air Force base in Hawaii into a rented home in
Honolulu. Secret Service agents questioned and released a protestor at the new residence who was carrying a sign saying "death to Marcos."

Crew Members Identified (UPI) -- A report published today, in the Orlando Sentinel, says some remains of all seven Chailenger crew members have been identified. The report quotes one source as saying, "To one extent or another, all of the astronauts have been accounted for."

Interim Constitution (UPI) -- President Corazon Aquino declared an interim constitution in the Philippines today saying, "We must cut out the cancer in our political system." The new "Freedom Constitution" disbands the country's National Assembly and puts wide-ranging power in Aquino's hands. She says she will wield that power delicately until the people ratify a new constitution.

Boerenveen Goes Before Magistrate (UPI) -- A leader of the South American country of Suriname goes before a U.S. federal magistrate today on drug charges. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency says Captain Etienne Boerenveen offered safe haven in his country to agents posing as cocaine smugglers for $1 million a shipment. Officials say he claimed to be speaking for his goverment.


New Arrivals -- To announce in paper the newest addition to your family, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents' full names, the baby's name, the date of birth, and weight of the baby.

Parents: Mr. and Mrs. William and Jayne Smith
Baby: Jessica Jayne
Born: March 1, 1986
Weight: 6 pounds, 15 ounces


MON
TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Total


G'TMO Blectrical Usage For
MAR 17 - MAR 21

Full Costs For Electrical Use


Usage $24,256 $22,977 $23, 238 $23,638
$24, 412 $23,594 $19,810
$161, 924 $20,027


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


InsideI


Page Page Page Page Page


-- Space wAu Ins and Outs
- WASP
- Cartoon Corner
-- orth Stars Beat 1-0
-- Hockey and Basketball Standings


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Dominican Republic Band-- The Dominican Republic Navy Band is visiting Guantanamo Bay 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 Phillips Park tonight, 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. Tomorrow will find the band at the Clipper
Club, 8 - 11 p.m. For their last appearance, the
Dominican Republic Navy Band is at the Windjammer Club
Thursday, 8 - 11 p.m.

Noals Support Group -- The Mom's Support Group
meets tomorrow, 12:45 p.m., at the U.S. Naval Hospital
Eye Clinic. The clinic personnel are providing
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.

Stay In Shape -- The Stay In Shape exercise group
will not meeting tomorrow, due to the PTO meeting. The
next, class night is Friday, March 28.

F'umigation Chamber -- The Fumigation Chamber will
be open Friday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. - 3 p.m. The
pick-up day is Tuesday, April 1.

American National Red Cross -- There is going to a community event Saturday, March 29, in front of the
Navy Exchange, 10:30 a.m. A "special food" sale is
being held. You will find an abundance of good Filipino
food and the dunk tank is being available for your family entertainment. The Red Cross asks that your
participation, as a donation, will be made to the
American Red Cross Disaster Campaign trm our profits.
Let us unite in this community effort not only to
ensure a successful event, but to show this community's
caring for the many Americans in need. See you all
Saturday.

Elementary School Advisory Council -- The W.T.
Sampson Elementary Advisory Council is seeking candidates for next year's council. Any parent
interested in holding a position on this council, or
needs additional information, please call Izzie Gallen,
4700.

Expanded Action Chapel Youth Group -- The
community spirit is growing. You can support their
efforts to grow together, by bringing your car to the car wash Saturday, March 29, at the NEX Laundramat. Cost of a clean car is a donation.

Inflation Fighter -- This week's inflation fighter is a "Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich," for only 99 cents, available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen.

Marine Corps Exchange -- The MCX Video Rental Center is offering an Easter weekend special, March 28, 29, and 30, two movies for the price of one, for members only.

Marine Corps Exchange -- Do you have an air
conditioner or refrigerator in need of repair? The Marine Corps Exchange has a service available for the community. Contact the Video Rental Center, 2312, for further assistance.







9ally *azette



-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. JoI Condon, UN ............... mnnder, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qxdr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
301 S -eyBnton. ......Assistant Public Affairs Officer 302 Neil ileeau,USN................Managing fitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN.............................. Assistant ffitor
sA Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Mrs. Diane Amn an.....................................Secretary
Mrs. Am-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Mrs. Tony Hall ..................................... Feature Writer
Nathan D irbin.........................Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
Lt. Qidr. J. FU Waller, III ..................... Reservist Support
JC Gary Minich ......... ................... Reservist Support
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for sip and station ntspapers, rder the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily vszette is printed five times a week at goverment expense on government equipment, at .the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that apear erein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Camnader, U.S. Naval Base.


'Cookie Crumbles' is an opiniont by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command of the U.S. Navy.

In the Guantanamo Gazette in 1968, one could find announcements for a 1953 Mercury at $125, the Civic Council's meeting in the Archives Building, a suit found at Leeward, and the Navy Exchange appliance repair shop being moved again.
It was a time of only a few hours of TV. The latest
conversation was, "What is a microwave oven?"
Microwaves Arrive

In the 1970s, these "microwaves" were making their way here. Personally I did not trust any oven that cooked from the inside out. It just was not natural. But now in 1986, I have accepted them everywhere but in my home.
My neighbor kept telling me, "If nothing more, you'd love the convenience of heating that cup of coffee which got cold while talking on the phone."
,'I was too embarrassed to tell her that with all the dials and buttons, they were just too complicated for my senile mind.
Then my complete control over my kitchen was challenged on that afternoon when my husband came home with a microwave.
Both he and the kids adapted quickly, popping things in and out for the rest of the day. I, on the other hand, was leary. If it could affect pace. makers, why could not it affect my toaster or coffee pot located on the counter adjacent to the microwave.
It was an unwelcomed stranger. My procrastination of using it ended with my husband's announcement, "The Lestors will be over in a few
minutes. Pop that frozen


Cookie




-By Cookie Johnson


apple pie into the microwave."
Starting to place the pie
into the oven, I was interrupted by my son screaming, "No metal, mom, put it on a paper plate!"
He left and I grabbed the
"Micro Cooking Book," went into the storage closet and began reading.
The book said, "Remove pie crust from metal tin and place in glass or paper pie plate. Let stand 10 minutes. Cover with paper towel (be sure paper towel has no nylon
fibers) ."
How do I test my paper
towels for nylon, I quandered? I continued reading, "Pies need to be cooked before freezing." Who wrote this book? I want to bake the pie, not re-freeze it!
I plodded on, "Pie crust on most models will cook in two minutes." But wait a minute, how about the filling? My train of thought was
interrupted, "Is the pie ready," screamed my husband? I quietly sneaked out of the closet and decided to improvise, six minutes should do it.
Something Burning
I turned on the oven light
and impatiently watched. The crust never changed its "dough look," but I began smelling something burning.
Probably the young neighbor
next door experimenting with
a new recipe, I mused.
The timer went off. I
pulled the pie out and began to cut a piece. My knife had trouble as it was stuck. I peered down for a closer look. I could not believe my eyes. My apple pie had changed into a black cresol super glue mess! I never
could dislodge the knife.
Ever since that day, I
watch enviously my kids and husband using the microwave.
No one knows to this day, I only use the microwave to heat my coffee after I have
been talking on the phone.


Space "A" seat.

possibilities

By Lt. Cldr. EdWallet

If you are contemplating catching one of the two
weekly flights to Norfolk on a "Space A" status, your best bet is the Tuesday flight according to YNC(SS) Jeffrey Park, Base Passenger Transportation Officer.
The two flights aboard the 129-passenger 727s usual have seats available..W
there are also other possibilities.
C-9 aircraft also have "Space A" seats. These flights are usually announced
72 hours prior to departure on TV8 or the radio stations.
The destinations include Jacksonville, Fla.; New River, N.C.; Norfolk, Va., El Paso, Texas; Atlanta, Ga., Brunswick, Maine and Key
West, Fla. However, remember that the only entrances back
to Guantanamo Bay are through Norfolk or Kingston.
Sign up

Sign up for the C-9 flights for Windward residents iPSD, and for Leew residents at the NAS r Terminal.
For flights other than the C-9s, sign up for "Space A" and Environmental Moral Leave (EML) can be accomplished at McCalla Hanger Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. for Windward residents, and for Leeward residents at the NAS Air Terminal.
Military personnel and DoD employees must be in an approved leave status to sign
up for the flights. All passengers must also have Travel Requests filled out in advance.
Reconfirm

Sign up can be as early as
30 days prior to the flight, but eligibility must be re-confirmed within 15 days of the sign up.
EML, which is the highest priority of "Space A" categories, is limited to two trips per calendar year. It is also restricted to flights
to Continental United States (CONUS) or Puerto Rico. Regular "Space A" status is unlimited as to frequency.
Both "Space A" and EML are free except for the $10 processing fee.
An important point for dependents to remember is that even though they can
depart here, in a "Space A" status, they cannot travel
"Space A" aboard military aircraft while in CONUS.
Therefore, at the first stop in CONUS, dependents must get
off.
Dependents must be prepared to pay for commercial transportation while traveling in CONUS. Therefore, it is preferable for dependents to wait for
the most direct flight from Guantanamo Bay closest to their final destination.
For more information, c Base Passenger Transportais Office, 4901, or the NAS Air Terminal, 6204.


Thanks: PTO.Bookfair declared success


A special thank you goes to all the volunteers who have made the PTO Bookfair such a success! It was through their efforts that the elementary school was able to raise $900 in cash and an additional $XO00 in free books for our classrooms and library. Take a bow, volunteers!
The volunteers were Keith


Kisser, Sally McKay, Joanne Dyer, Shirley Lord, Issy Gallen, Carrol Pilcber, Jason Pilcher, Cara Pilcher, Ellie
Malcolm, Felicity Dobbins, Katy Dobbins, Daniel Wilson, Breck Gonterman, Daniel Wilson, Barbara Shabazz,
Anita Karle, Joan White, Sue Ferguson, Jan Castro, Linda Wood, Micki Masone, Eric


Ford, Val Ford, Ruth Hepperle, Fran Murphy, Cherie Whittler, Terry Whittler,
Betsy Wall, Larry Wall, Wolf Plakinger, Joe Plakinger, Tracey Plakinger, and Wade Ganldi.

Linda Plakinger
Bookfair Chairman


Daily Gazette Tuesday, March 25, 1986


Easter services announced

Protestant (Windward) Special Easter Service
Thursday 7:00 p.m. Maudy Thursday/Cammunion Service Friday Noon Good Friday Sunday 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunrise Service, (McCalla Hill)
11:00 a.m. Easter Service Cantanta
7:00 p.m. Easter Cantanta
Catholic (Windward)
Thursday 5:00 p.m. Maundy Thursday, followed by all night adoration of the Blessed
Sacrament and Christian Seder Friday 11:30 a.m. Stations of the Cross
7:00 p.m. Good Friday Liturgy/Communion Service
Confessions
Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Communal Celebration of Penante Saturday 11:00 a.m. Individual Confessions
There are no special services on Leeward.


















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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.


BOATS
One 16' Deep V alum. boat, 15hp Johnson engine, less
than 20 hours on new engine, , ta GTMO engine. Trailer, U safety equipment, new
tery, bilge pump, fold down canope top, $2200. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.
---------------------One lOx23 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,
two six-gallon tanks, four life vests, anchor, extra engine 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 BMl
Clyburn.

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


WANTED
Would like to house sit for
you from the last week in March through the month of April. Call Hugh at 4653 DWH.

APPLIANCES
Lady Kenmore portable washing machine, excellent condition, $150. Call 3264 AT.
----------------------ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
One set of stereo speakers, $25. Call 3264 AT.


AUTO ACCESSORIES
Four Mags rims and tires to fit (GM car, $350. Call 4112 DWH or 2454 AWH.


AUTOS
'73 Impala with less than 66,000 original miles, engine is in great shape. Body needs work. Available April 4 at Ferry Landing, $900. Call Steve at 4616 DWH or 3492
AWH.
AH.....................

SPORTING GOODS
One 12-speed bike, 1985 Fuji Allegro with Zefal air pump, Canon Dale rear bag and lock, excellent condition, $235. Call 3419 AWH.

Rawlings softball glove, used once, oiled once. Ligament damage, on voluntarily retired list. Paid $62 in Mini-Mart, asking $50. Call 3419 AWH.
---------------------CAMERA
Ikealite under water housing for 110 camera and "Vivitar 110 autowind camera. Call Ray at 3545 AWH.


WASPs contributed to WWII air mission


(AFPP) --They never engaged
in bombing raids or dogfights
over war-torn Europe. They
never flew within 3,000 miles
of combat zones. Butthey were
dedicated pilots who flew
dangerous missions to help
America win the air war
during World War II.
Thirty-eight of these
fliers lost their lives
without ever leaving the
United States.
Twenty-six met their deaths
in plane crashes, some while
towing targets for air-to-air
gunnery and some during artillery practice.
Another 11 died in training W accidents, one died as a
passenger.
These unusual aviation
pioneers of the early 1940s
were called "WASPs" for Women
Air Force Service Pilots.
They were the first women Photo by Sgt. Maj. Ru Wd lams, USA in history to be trained to
fly military aircraft.
Some 25,000 women "There were more WASPS flying airplanes in enthusiastically signed up to World War 1I than there are women pilots in become WASP ferry pilots, but today's" forces... only 1,879 were accepted and
1,076 made it through the
vigorous seven-week training of going into combat. WASP who now lives in Rivier course at Avenger Field, They were not officially Beach, Fla. Sweetwater, Texas. members of the military, but "We flew the hot pursui
After graduation, they flew they served in uniform as fighters such as the P-51 every fighter and cargo part of the Army Air Force P-40, P-47, P-38 and P-39. W aircraft the Army Air Force from September 1942 until also flew the Flying Fortres had during the war years. December 1944. B-17 bomber, the B-2
Lady Gremlin The women were hired under Liberator and th civil service regulations Superfortress B-29." Their emblem, featuring a with an annual salary of Flew Jet Planes little lady gremlin called $3,000, $250 monthly. They
"Fifinella," was designed for were given all the privileges "WASPs also checked out ar the WASPs by the late of commissioned officer in piloted the jet fighter cartoonist and moviemaker the rank of lieutenant. They which was just coming int Walt Disney. received no promotions, and its own at that time," added
The WASP was formed to there was not any chance of Haydu, who is also a pas supplement an inadequate advancement, president of the WAS supply of male pilots. They Government insurance and organization. ferried new aircraft from other routine benefits were Haydu said the wome factories to airfields, towed also denied to them as civil received the same training a targets for gunnery practice servants, male cadets.
and tested planes within the 664 In 1985 Although acrobatic United States. maneuvers were not stressed There were more WASPs they did practice them They also served as pilots flying airplanes during World "Acrobatic maneuvers ar for navigation and bombardier War II than there are women useful in combat flying an students, towed gliders, and pilots in today's Army (314), the WASPs were not bein served as instrument and Navy (76) and Air Force trained for combat," sai flight instructors for male (274). This total'of 664 Haydu, who was in her earl pilots training for combat, women pilots in the 20s when she became a WASP.
Additionally, they were Department of Defense was "However, the fligh assigned to dangerous complied during fiscal 1985. training, ground school engineering flight testing, The Marine Corps does not physical education, Mors radio-controlled flying train female pilots, code, radio techniques experiments, airline "We checked out and flew military drill an operation for military domestic missions in courtesies, barrackE transport missions and everything from the smallest inspections and every othe simulated strafing runs. trainer aircraft to the aspect of military trainin
They did everything their largest bomber," said Bee was the same as that given t male counterparts did short "Falk" Haydu, 65, a former the male cadets."


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WIrs very definitely, absoutely, without question a dud. ut don't take my word for t."


"This is your last warning, Spiferton. No more hting below the
surface."










"1- give you 'A' for effot, but you're going to have to
work on range."


3 Daily Gazette Tuesday, March 25, 1986


U-S. NAVY
BOXING
-TOURNAMENT


"It looks OK to me."












Ralph Sampson okay after a rebound fall


Wyoming and Ohio State meet tomorrow


(AP) -- Wyoming and Ohio State will play tomorrow night for the championship of
the National Invitation Tournament. In last night's seifinal round at New York's
Madison Square Garden, Brad Sellers collected 23 points, 13 rebounds and nine blocks while the Buckeyes were beating Louisiana Tech 79-66. Wyoming's Fennis Dembo also
scored 23 points, and the Cowboys stopped Florida 67-58.
George Felton says he is enjoying a dream come true. Felton was named head basketball coach at South Carolina yesterday. He
lettered in basketball at South Carolina in 1974 and 1975 under coach Frank
McGuire. Felton's been an assistant at East Carolina, North Carolina, A and T,
Appalachian State and, most recently, Georgia Tech.
Ben Braun will stay on as Eastern Michigan's head
basketball coach. Braun had been the teams interim coach since Jim Boyce resigned in January.
Navy coach Paul Evans is scheduled for more talks with officials at the University


Nordiques shutout

North Stars 1-0

(AP) -- The last time Minnesota was shut out in the NHL was a year ago this month. At that time, Quebec and goaltender Mario Gosselin blanked the North Stars 8-0. Last night Gosselin and the Nordiques repeated the shutout with a 1-0 victory in
Bloomington. Gosselin turned back 34-shots on goal, and Peter Stastny scored for Quebec on a first-period atop
the Adams Division, seven points ahead of the second-place Montreal
Canadiens. Minnesota is in the third place in the Norris Division, one point behind the St. Louis Blues, and three behind the Chicago Blackhawks.
Before yesterday's game the North Stars said they expect defenseman Curt Giles back in the lineup in two weeks. Giles had the tip of a finger
amputated yesterday during removal of a benign tunor.
Winnipeg skated past Vancouver 8-4. The Jets' line of Paul MacLean, Dale Hawerchuk and Brian Mullen
combined for ten points. The victory moved third place Winnipeg five points ahead of
Los Angeles and Vancouver in the fight for Smythe Division playoff berths. The Kings and Canucks are tied for the fourth and last playoff
berth.


of Pittsburgh. Southern
California and Houston have also expressed interest in the man who led the midshipmen to 30 victories this season.


(AP) -- Houston center Ralph Sampson is okay this morning. However, last night at the
Boston Garden, there was fear Sampson may have fractured
his back. Sampson landed on his head and back after going up for a rebound.
He was taken from the floor by stretcher, and for a while
had no feeling in his right leg. That feeling did return,
X-rays were negative, and Sampson was released from the hospital last night.
The Celtics won the game


Hammer Down -- MS2 Gary Pomper of Simsbury, Conn., poses with the 8-foot 10-inch hammerhead shark he hooked while fishing for snapper at the mouth of Guantanamo Bay. Pomper was using 100-pound monofilament line with 150-pound mono leader. The 260-pound shark is the fourth hooked by Pomper in two years, and it is the largest of the four. He has also
caught barracuda, nurse and bullha& sharks in our waters. (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. J. E. Waller.)


Area athletics


Swimming -- 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 -- Guantanamo Bay Women's Bowling Association announces the 1986 Spring Tournament April 5 and 6, at the Marblehead Lanes. Applications at are the Marblehead Lanes. Register today! Deadline is Tuesday, March 25. For more information call 4809 or 4491 AWH.

Skate Party -- All hands Easter Skating Party, Saturday, March 29, 1 p.m. - 4 pm. at the Leeward Point Recreation Hill courts. A $2.50 charge includes food, drink and D.J. See you there!
Fishing -- There is going to be a Youngsters Fishing Tournament Sunday, April 6, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Leeward Point Marina. Ages five through 12 can participate. Entry fee is $3 each. There will be a first, second, and third prizes for the largest fish, and fourth place for the most
fish caught. Children should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Register at the Leeward Point Marina. For more information contact Rhonda Ryan 6526.

Adult Tournament -- There is going to be an Adult Fishing Tournament from 4 p.m. April 11, to noon April 12 with cash tobe given away in each of the four catagories. ,There will no spear fishing available. Fish are to be checked in and weighed at the Leeward Point Marina during hours of operation. Entry fee is $10. Sign-up on April 11by calling 6526.

Football -Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest May 17 at the Leeward Point soccer field. Sign up at 9:30 a.m.. The contest begins 10 a.m. For more information contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.
Golden Anchor -_ No phones, no TVs, no newspaper, no deadlines, just you and the Caribbean Sea. Come see how beautiful it can be this weekend aboard the Golden Anchor. To sign-up this weekend aboard the Golden Anchor, call 2345.


114-107.
A Phoenix player has an injury that threatens his
playing career. Suns' guard Rod Foster has a severly broken left leg after an
off-road vehicle he was driving rolled on a steep downgrade. Foster underwent three hours of surgery after the accident. The team's physician says Foster will be out of action at least six months.
The Los Angeles Lakers clinched their seventh
straight Western Conference title with a 124-102 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Eight Lakers scored in double figures.
Washington's playing style has changed abit under new head coach Kevin Loughery.
Philadelphia coach Matt


Basketball standings

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division


Y-Boston X-Philadelphia
New Jersey Washington New York


X-Milwaukee X-Atlanta X-Detroit Cleveland
Indiana Chicago

We:

X-Houston
X-Denver Dallas Utah
San Antonio Sacramento


Y-L.A. Lakers Portland Phoenix Seattle L.A. Clippers
Golden State


Central
49 44 41
26 25 24


Division
22 28 31 45
48 48


stern Conference
Midwest Division


Pacific
55
36 28 27 26 25


Division
17 37
42 45
46 47


ECT .817
.644 .486 .472 .306


.690
.611
.569 .366
.342 .333



.611 .597
.549
.507 .432 .431


.764 .489 .400 .375
.361 .347


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1
4 1/2 7 1/2 13 13



19-1/2 26 28 29 30


0


X-Clinched Playoff Berth Y-Clinced Division Title and Playoff Berth


Hockey standings

Wales Conference
Patrick Division
W L T PTS GF X-Philadelphia 48 22 4 100 311

X-Washington 47 21 5 99 284
N.Y. Islanders 36 26 11 83 296 Pittsburgh 33 33 8 74 294 N.Y. Rangers 33 35 5 71 250 New Jersey 24 46 3 51 276

Adams Division
Quebec 41 29 5 87 308 Montreal 37 31 6 80 311 Boston 34 29 10 78 289 Buffalo 35 33 6 76 282 Hartford 35 35 3 75 305

Campell Conference
Norris Division
X-Chicago 36 29 8 80 325 X-St. Louis 35 31 8 78 289 X-Minnesota 34 32 9 77 303 X-Toronto 23 44 6 52 294 Detroit 16 51 6 38 247

Smythe Division
.Y-Edionton 52 15 6 110 391 X-Calgary 36 29 9 81 322 Winnipeg 25 45 6 56 279 Los Angeles 22 45 7 51 264 Vancouver 19 41 13 51 253


X-Clinched Playoff Berth Y-Clinched Division Title


sDaily Gazette


Tuf-esday, March 25, 1986


Fan fact


(UPI) -- Do you )now what player hit the most home
runs in one season for the Kansas City Ryals?

Steve "Bye-Bye" Balboni hit a club-record 36 homers last season-for the world champions.


Goukas says the Bullets are
running more and their execution is better. Last night Washington's game was good enough to beat the 76ers 100-93. Philadelphia's Charles Barkley had 36 points
and 24 rebounds. Adrian Dantley and Mark Eaton led Utah past Seattle 116-108. Dantley scored 32 points for the Jazz. Eaton
was six-of-six from the floor and eight-of-eight at the free throw line for points. He also had W rebounds and three blocks. Tom Chambers came off the bench to lead the Supersonics with 21 points.
Dallas beat the Indiana Pacers 126-120. Mark Aguirre, Rolando Blackman, Jay Vincent
and Brad Davis combined for 92 of the Mavericks' points.




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wavy retaliates, sink Libyan patrol boats and fire" in retaliation for yesterday' s action. Libya is on full-scale alert. The state-run radio, monitored in London, called for the assassination of "American spies" in the Arab world and said Khadafy's forces were organizing "suicide squads." The White House says the on-going maneuvers were not meant to provoke the volatile Libyan leader. Spokesman Larry Speakes says, "We simply cannot allow other nations to dictate where we can or cannot go" in the international waters. (UPI) -U.S. officials say American warships patrolling the Libyan-claimed Gulf of Sidra are under orders to retaliate if attacked by Libyan forces. Tripoli is vowing revenge for any U.S. incursion into the gulf. The U.S. fleet has been conducting military exercises off the Libyan coast since Sunday. Yesterday, those war games turned into something else, when Libya fired six missiles at American warplanes. U.S. jetfighters responded by knocking out a Soviet-built missile base and king two Libyan patrol The White House says there were no American casualties. State-run Libyan radio claims three U.S. planes were shot down. In the past, Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy has warned the United States not to cross his so-called "line of death" across the Gulf of Sidra. Today, Libyan radio is promising to turn the Mediterranean "into a sea of Nicaraguans cross border into Honduras (AP/UPI) -A State Department official says 1,500 Nicaraguan troops have crossed into Honduras, the Central American country where most of the U.S.-backed Contras fighting Nicaragua's leftist Sandinista government are based. Honduran officials say they are not aware of any incursion and Nicaragua denies its troops have ossed the border. he conflicting stories e as a network broadcast report, on ABC, says President Reagan is set to ask Congress for $20 million in military aid to Honduras today. Another report, on NBC, says Honduras asked the United States for military assistance. White House officials refuse to confirm or deny the reports. News of the alleged invasion also breaks as the Senate prepares to vote this week on Reagan's call for $100 million in aid for Nicaraguan rebels. Military sources say about 1,000 Sandinista troops are camped out on a mountain out 12 miles inside duras after having chased U.S.-backed, rebles into the area. damage shore target At press time, the Pontagon says Libya launched six more missiles at American targets in the disputed Gulf of Sidra area today. The Defense Departent says U.S. warplanes and ships hit back at the missile sites a second time and destroyed two more Libyan patrol craft. Defense officials say a total of 12 missiles have been fired at U.S. Naval units in two days of operating near Libya's self-proclaimed "line of death" across the gulf. They say no U.S. forces have been hit or lost. The launches were detonated by timers. Officials say one rocket ignited 500 yards from Emperor Hirohito's living quarters. Another rocket richocheted off a third-floor window of the U.S. Embassy. Police say no suspects were observed in the attacks and no group claimed responsibility. Police suspect a violent leftist group opposed to the U.S. and Japanese military. Libya fires missiles at U.S. warplanes ~~1 psi ~ ~p3WWW Vol. 42 -NO. 55 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Tuesday, March 25, 1986 Big Wheels -The scent of barbecue and sounds of rhyttn and blues filled the air at Phillips Park Sunday during the second annual W.T. Sampson High School Country Music/Rhythm and Blues Jamboree. Sponsored by the Senior Class of 1986 Parents Club, the event attracted Guantanamo Bay residents of all ages, including these two passengers on the Ferris wheel-ride. (Photo by Lt. Qudr. J. Ed Waller, III.) MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN Total Full Costs For Electrical Use Usage Budget $24,256 $20,271 $22,977 $20,271 $23,238 $20,271 $23,638 $20,271 $24,412 $20,271 $23,594 $20,271 $19,810 $20,271 $161,924 $141,897 $20,027 Over Budget Inside Page 2 -Space 'AO Ins and Outs Page 3 -WASP Page 3 -Cartoon Corner Page 4 -North Stars Beat 1-0 Page 4 -Hockey and Basketball Standings (UPI)-The police force in Toyko is on alert following a home-made rocket attack on the U.S. Embassy and Imperial Palace. Police say there were no injuries nor damage after five aerosol cans filled with flammable liquid fell harmlessly onto the embassy and palace grounds in the bold daylight attacks. The devices were fired from crude launchers rigged in the open trunks of stolen cars. "Out of Africa" wins seven Oscar awards (UPI) -"Out Of Africa" swept the Oscars last night, winning seven Acadeny awards, including best picture and director. The film, a period love story told against the panorama of Kenya, dealt a stunning blow to Steven Spielberg's "The Color Purple." Both were nominated for 11 Oscars, but "The Color Purple" failed to win a single award. Nostalgia and sentimentality ran high during the more than three-hour ceranony in Hollywood, seen by an estimated world-wide broadcast audience of more than one billion. Geraldine Page, 62, finally picked up an Oscar on her eighth nomination. She won the Best Actress Award for her role in "The Trip To Bountiful." The show also included tributes to Paul Newman, movie veteran Buddy Rogers, and a song-and-dance tribute to MCGI musicals. Two sentimental favorites received Oscars for their supporting roles, Anjelica Huston, who played a brazen Mafia princess in "Prizzi's Honor," and Don Ameche, 78, as a man rejuvenated in "Cocoon." Rockets fired at U.S. Embassy Guantanamo Bay Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 55 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Tuesday, March 25, 1986 Around the globe Five New Cabinet Ministers (UPI) -Haitian President Henri Namphy named five new cabinet ministers yesterday in a government purge aimed at quelling rioting. However, between 10,000 and 15,000 demonstrators marched through Port-au-Prince demanding that Namphy step down. Soldiers fired into the air to disperse the crowds. There were no initial reports of injuries. Chinese Leader Considers Retirement (UPI) -Chinese Leader Deng Xiaoping says he is considering retirement to make way for younger officials. Deng says he has been participating less lately in day-to-day affairs of China to allow younger officials to assue more responsibility. The aging leader made the comments in Peking yesterday during his first public appearance in three months. Marcos Packs Bags (UPI) -Marcos has moved from a U.S. Air Force base in Hawaii into a rented home in Honolulu. Secret Service agents questioned and released a protector at the new residence who was carrying a sign saying "death to Marcos." Crew Members Identified (UPI) -A report published today, in the Orlando Sentinel, says some remains of all seven Challenger crew masbers have been identified. The report quotes one source as saying, "To one extent or another, all of the astronauts have been accounted for." Interim Constitution (UPI) -President Corazon Aquino declared an interim constitution in the Philippines today saying, "We must cut out the cancer in our political system." The new "Freedom Constitution" disbands the country's National Assembly and puts wide-ranging power in Aquino's hands. She says she will wield that power delicately until the people ratify a new constitution. Boerenveen Goes Before Magistrate (UPI) -A leader of the South American country of Suriname goes before a U.S. federal magistrate today on drug charges. The U.S. Drug Enforcenent Agency says Captain Etienne Boerenveen offered safe haven in his country to agents posing as cocaine smugglers for $1 million a shipment. Officials say he claimed to be speaking for his government. N W E News of the bay New Arrivals -To announce in paper the newest addition to your family, please submit to the Daily Gazette editor the parents' full names, the baby's name, the date of birth, and weight of the baby. Parents: Mr. and Mrs. William and Jayne Smith Baby: Jessica Jayne Born: March 1, 1986 Weight: 6 pounds, 15 ounces GTHO Electrical Usage For MAR 17 -MAR 21

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The Dominican Republic Band -The Dominican Republic Navy Band is visiting Guantanamo Bay 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 Phillips Park tonight, 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. Tomorrow will find the band at the Clipper Club, 8 -11 p.m. For their last appearance, the Dominican Republic Navy Band is at the Windjamer Club Thursday, 8 -11 p.m. Mom's Support Group -The Mom's Support Group meets tomorrow, 12:45 p.m., at the U.S. Naval Hospital Eye Clinic. The clinic personnel are providing 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. Stay In Shape -The Stay In Shape exercise group will not meeting tomorrow, due to the PTO meeting. The next' class night is Friday, March 28. Fumigation Chamber -The Fumigation Chamber will be open Friday, March 28, 7:30 p.m. -3 p.m. The pick-up day is Tuesday, April 1. American National Red Cross -There is going to a community event Saturday, March 29, in front of the Navy Exchange, 10:30 a.m. A "special food" sale is being held. You will find an abundance of good Filipino food and the dunk tank is being available for your family entertainment. The Red Cross asks that your participation, as a donation, will be made to the American Red Cross Disaster Campaign tram our profits. Let us unite in this community effort not only to ensure a successful event, but to show this community's caring for the many Americans in need. See you all Saturday. Elementary School Advisory Council -The W.T. Sampson Elementary Advisory Council is seeking candidates for next year's council. Any parent interested in holding a position on this council, or needs additional information, please call Izzie Gallen, 4700. Expanded Action Chapel Youth Group -The community spirit is growing. You can support their efforts to grow together, by bringing your car to the car wash Saturday, March 29, at the NEX Laundramat. Cost of a clean car is a donation. Inflation Fighter -This week' s inflation fighter is a "Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich," for only 99 cents, available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen. Marine Corps Exchange -The MCX Video Rental Center is offering an Easter weekend special, March 28, 29, and 30, two movies for the price of one, for members only. Marine Corps Exchange -Do you have an air conditioner or refrigerator in need of repair? The Marine Corps Exchange has a service available for the community. Contact the Video Rental Center, 2312, for further assistance. all *zette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, USN .Cmrnander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Oldr. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Eyingaton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Guillueau, USN. .Managing Bitor J03 Teri Thomas, USN. .Assistant Editor SA Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Mrs. Diane Amnerman.Secretary Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efirmff.Prduction Assistant Mrs. Tony Hall .Feature Writer Nathan Durbin .Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Student Staff Assistant Lt. Qdr. J. EH Waller, III.Reservist Support JOC Gary Minich.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. Ttm Daily Gazette is printed five tires a week at governmalt expense on government equpinent, at the Navy Publications and Printim Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein area nt to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Crnander, U.S. Naval Base. Cookie Space "A" seat C T406 le is possibilities -By Cookie Johnson By Lt. Cmdr. Ed Waller "Cookie Crumbles' is an opiniont by the author and does not necessarily represent the position of the command of the U.S. Navy. In the Guantanamo Gazette in 1968, one could find announcements for a 1953 Mercury at $125, the Civic Council's meeting in the Archives Building, a suit found at Leeward, and the Navy Exchange appliance repair shop being moved again. It was a time of only a few hours of TV. The latest conversation was, "What is a microwave oven?" Microwaves Arrive In the 1970s, these "microwaves" were making their way here. Personally I did not trust any oven that cooked from the inside out. It just was not natural. But now in 1986, I have accepted them everywhere but in my home. My neighbor kept telling me, "If nothing more, you'd love the convenience of heating that cup of coffee which got cold while talking on the phone." I was too embarrassed to tell her that with all the dials and buttons, they were just too complicated for my senile mind. Then my complete control over my kitchen was challenged on that afternoon when my husband came home with a microwave. Both he and the kids adapted quickly, popping things in and out for the rest of the day. I, on the other hand, was leary. If it could affect pace, makers, why could not it affect my toaster or coffee pot located on the counter adjacent to the microwave. It was an unwelcomed stranger. My procrastination of using it ended with my husband's announcement, "The Lestors will be over in a few minutes. Pop that frozen apple pie into the microwave." Starting to place the pie into the oven, I was interrupted by my son screaming, "No metal, mom, put it on a paper plate!" He left and I grabbed the "Micro Cooking Book," went into the storage closet and began reading. The book said, "Remove pie crust from metal tin and place in glass or paper pie plate. Let stand 10 minutes. Cover with paper towel (be sure paper towel has no nylon fibers)." How do I test my paper towels for nylon, I quandered? I continued reading, "Pies need to be cooked before freezing ." Who wrote this book? I want to bake the pie, not re-freeze it! I plodded on, "Pie crust on most models will cook in two minutes." But wait a minute, how about the filling? My train of thought was interrupted, "Is the pie ready," screamed my husband? I quietly sneaked out of the closet and decided to improvise, six minutes should do it. Something Burning I turned on the oven light and impatiently watched. The crust never changed its "dough look," but I began smelling something burning. Probably the young neighbor next door experimenting with a new recipe, I mused. The timer went off. I pulled the pie out and began to cut a piece. My knife had trouble as it was stuck. I peered down for a closer look. I could not believe my eyes. My apple pie had changed into a black cresol super glue mess! I never could dislodge the knife. Ever since that day, I watch enviously my kids and husband using the microwave. No one knows to this day, I only use the microwave to heat my coffee after I have been talking on the phone. If you are contemplating catching one of the two weekly flights to Norfolk on a "Space A" status, your best bet is the Tuesday flight, according to YNC(SS) Jeffrey Park, Base Passenger Transportation Officer. The two flights aboard the 129-passenger 727s usu have seats available. there are also other possibilities. C-9 aircraft also have "Space A" seats. These flights are usually announced 72 hours prior to departure on TV8 or the radio stations. The destinations include Jacksonville, Fla.; New River, N.C.; Norfolk, Va., El Paso, Texas; Atlanta, Ga., Brunswick, Maine and Key West, Fla. However, remember that the only entrances back to Guantanamo Bay are through Norfolk or Kingston. Sign up Sign up for the C-9 flights for Windward residents i t PSD, and for Leew residents at the NAS r Terminal. For flights other than the C-9s, sign up for "Space A" and Environmental Moral Leave (EML) can be accomplished at McCalla Hanger Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. -1 p.m. for Windward residents, and for Leeward residents at the NAS Air Terminal. Military personnel and DoD employees must be in an approved leave status to sign up for the flights. All passengers must also have Travel Requests filled out in advance. Reconfirm Sign up can be as early as 30 days prior to the flight, but eligibility must be re-confirmed within 15 days of the sign up. EML, which is the highest priority of "Space A" categories, is limited to two trips per calendar year. It is also restricted to flights to Continental United States (CONUS) or Puerto Rico. Regular "Space A" status is unlimited as to frequency. Both "Space A" and EML are free except for the $10 processing fee. An important point for dependents to remember is that even though they can depart here, in a "Space A" status, they cannot travel "Space A" aboard military aircraft while in CONUS. Therefore, at the first stop in CONUS, dependents must get off. Dependents must be prepared to pay for commercial transportation while traveling in CONUS. Therefore, it is preferable for dependents to wait for the most direct flight from Guantanamo Bay closest to their final destination. For more information, c Base Passenger Transporta Office, 4901, or the NAS Air Terminal, 6204. Thanks: PTO Bookfair declared success A special thank you goes to all the volunteers who have made the PTO Bookfair such a success! It was through their efforts that the elementary school was able to raise $900 in cash and an additional $1,000 in free books for our classrooms and library. Take a bow, volunteers! The volunteers were Keith Kisser, Sally McKay, Joanne Dyer, Shirley Lord, Issy Gallen, Carrol Pilcher, Jason Pilcher, Cara Pilcher, Ellie Malcolm, Felicity Dobbins, Katy Dobbins, Daniel Wilson, Breck Gonterman, Daniel Wilson, Barbara Shabazz, Anita Karle, Joan White, Sue Ferguson, Jan Castro, Linda Wood, Micki Masone, Eric Ford, Val Ford, Ruth Hepperle, Fran Murphy, Cherie Whittler, Terry Whittler, Betsy Wall, Larry Wall, Wolf Plakinger, Joe Plakinger, Tracey Plakinger, and Wade Gaudi. Linda Plakinger Bookfair Chairman 2 Daily Gazette Tuesday, March 25, 1986 Easter services announced Protestant (Windward) Special Easter Service Thursday 7:00 p.m. Mandy Thursday/Communion Service Friday Noon Good Friday Sunday 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunrise Service, (MtCalla Hill) 11:00 a.m. Easter Service Cantanta 7:00 p.m. Easter Cantanta Catholic (Windward) Thursday 5:00 p.m. Maundy Thursday, followed by all night adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Christian Seder Friday 11:30 a.m. Stations of the Cross 7:00 p.m. Good Friday Liturgy/Comnunion Service Confessions Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Communal Celebration of Penance Saturday 11:00 a.m. Individual Confessions There are no special services on Leeward.

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aII 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. BOATS One 16' Deep V alum. boat, 15hp Johnson engine, less than 20 hours on new engine, ta GTMO engine. Trailer, safety equipment, new tery, 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, two six-gallon tanks, four life vests, anchor, extra engine 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 -----------WANTED Would like to house sit for you from the last week in March through the month of April. Call Hugh at 4653 DWH. APPLIANCES Lady Kenmore portable washing machine, excellent condition, $150. Call 3264 AT. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT One set of stereo speakers, $25. Call 3264 AT. AUTO ACCESSORIES Four Mags rims and tires to fit GM car, $350. Call 4112 DWH or 2454 AWH. AUTOS '73 Impala with less than 66,000 original miles, engine is in great shape. Body needs work. Available April 4 at Ferry Landing, $900. Call Steve at 4616 DWH or 3492 AWH. SPORTING GOODS One 12-speed bike, 1985 Fuji Allegro with Zefal air pump, Canon Dale rear bag and lock, excellent condition, $235. Call 3419 AWH. Rawlings softball glove, used once, oiled once. Ligament damage, on voluntarily retired list. Paid $62 in Mini-Mart, asking $50. Call 3419 AWH. CAMERA Ikealite under water housing for 110 camera and Vivitar 110 autowind camera. Call Ray at 3545 AWH. WASPs contributed to WWII air mission tie ____ (AFPP) --They never engaged in bombing raids or dogfights over war-torn Europe. They never flew within 3,000 miles of combat zones. But they were dedicated pilots who flew dangerous missions to help America win the air war during World War II. Thirty-eight of these fliers lost their lives without ever leaving the United States. Twenty-six met their deaths in plane crashes, some while towing targets for air-to-air gunnery and some during artillery practice. Another 11 died in training accidents, one died as a passenger. These unusual aviation pioneers of the early 1940s were called "WASPs" for Women Air Force Service Pilots. They were the first women in history to be trained to fly military aircraft. Some 25,000 women enthusiastically signed up to become WASP ferry pilots, but only 1,879 were accepted and 1,076 made it through the vigorous seven-week training course at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. After graduation, they flew every fighter and cargo aircraft the Army Air Force had during the war years. Lady Gremlin Their emblem, featuring a little lady gremlin called "Fifinella," was designed for the WASPs by the late cartoonist and moviemaker Walt Disney. The WASP was formed to supplement an inadequate supply of male pilots. They ferried new aircraft from factories to airfields, towed targets for gunnery practice and tested planes within the United States. They also served as pilots for navigation and bombardier students, towed gliders, and served as instrument and flight instructors for male pilots training for combat. Additionally, they were assigned to dangerous engineering flight testing, radio-controlled flying experiments, airline operation for military transport missions and simulated strafing runs. They did everything their male counterparts did short Cartoon Corner oirs very definitely, absolutely, without question a dud. .but don't take miy word for IL" U.S. NAVy BOXING TOURNAMENT SBMARINE REFEREE SUPPLY "This is your last warning, Spifferton. No more hitting below the surface." "I'll give you 'A' for effort, but you're going to have to work on range." Daily Gazette Tuesday, March 25, 1986 SI~j i "It looks OK to me." "Leroy, would you be interested in joining the Marines itfyou get six free dancing lessons?" of going into combat. They were not officially members of the military, but they served in uniform as part of the Army Air Force from September 1942 until December 1944. The women were hired under civil service regulations with an annual salary of $3,000, $250 monthly. They were given all the privileges of commissioned officer in the rank of lieutenant. They received no promotions, and there was not any chance of advancement. Government insurance and other routine benefits were also denied to them as civil servants. 664 In 1985 There were more WASPs flying airplanes during World War II than there are women pilots in today's Army (314), Navy (76) and Air Force (274). This total of 664 women pilots in the Department of Defense was complied during fiscal 1985. The Marine Corps does not train female pilots. "We checked out and flew domestic missions in everything from the smallest trainer aircraft to the largest bomber," said Bee "Falk" Haydu, 65, a former ~WA.S.P Photo by SgtMaj Rudi W iams USA "There were more WASPS flying airplanes in World War II than there are women pilots in today's" forces. WASP who now lives in Riviera Beach, Fla. "We flew the hot pursuit fighters such as the P-51, P-40, P-47, P-38 and P-39. We also flew the Flying Fortress B-17 bomber, the B-24 Liberator and the Superfortress B-29." Flew Jet Planes "WASPs also checked out and piloted the jet fighter, which was just coming into its own at that time," added Haydu, who is also a past president of the WASP organization. Haydu said the women received the same training as male cadets. Although acrobatic maneuvers were not stressed, they did practice them. "Acrobatic maneuvers are useful in combat flying and the WASPs were not being trained for combat," said Haydu, who was in her early 20s when she became a WASP. "However, the flight training, ground school, physical education, Morse code, radio techniques, military drill and courtesies, barracks inspections and every other aspect of military training was the same as that given to the male cadets."

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Wyoming and Ohio State meet tomorrow (AP) -Wyoming and Ohio State will play tomorrow night for the championship of the National Invitation Tournament. In last night's semifinal round at New York's Madison Square Garden, Brad Sellers collected 23 points, 13 rebounds and nine blocks while the Buckeyes were beating Louisiana Tech 79-66. Wyoming's Fennis Dembo also scored 23 points, and the Cowboys stopped Florida 67-58. George Felton says he is enjoying a dream come true. Felton was named head basketball coach at South Carolina yesterday. He lettered in basketball at South Carolina in 1974 and 1975 under coach Frank McGuire. Felton's been an assistant at East Carolina, North Carolina, A and T, Appalachian State and, most recently, Georgia Tech. Ben Braun will stay on as Eastern Michigan's head basketball coach. Braun had been the teams interim coach since Jim Boyce resigned in January. Navy coach Paul Evans is scheduled for more talks with officials at the University Nordiques shutout North Stars 1-0 (AP) -The last time Minnesota was shut out in the NHL was a year ago this month. At that time, Quebec and goaltender Mario Gosselin blanked the North Stars 8-0. Last night Gosselin and the Nordiques repeated the shutout with a 1-0 victory in Bloomington. Gosselin turned back 34 shots on goal, and Peter Stastny scored for Quebec on a first-period atop the Adams Division, seven points ahead of the second-place Montreal Canadiens. Minnesota is in the third place in the Norris Division, one point behind the St. Louis Blues, and three behind the Chicago Blackhawks. Before yesterday's game the North Stars said they expect defenseman Curt Giles back in the lineup in two weeks. Giles had the tip of a finger amputated yesterday during removal of a benign tumor. Winnipeg skated past Vancouver 8-4. The Jets' line of Paul MacLean, Dale Hawerchuk and Brian Mullen combined for ten points. The victory moved third place Winnipeg five points ahead of Los Angeles and Vancouver in the fight for Smythe Division playoff berths. The Kings and Canucks are tied for the fourth and last playoff berth. Fan fact (UPI) -Do you know what player hit the most home runs in one season for the Kansas City Royals? Steve "Bye-Bye" Balboni hit a club-record 36 homers last season for the world champions. of Pittsburgh. Southern California and Houston have also expressed interest in the man who led the midshipmen to 30 victories this season. Ralph Sampson okay after a rebound fall (AP) -Houston center Ralph Sampson is okay this morning. However, last night at the Boston Garden, there was fear Sampson may have fractured his back. Sampson landed on his head and back after going up for a rebound. He was taken from the floor by stretcher, and for a while had no feeling in his right leg. That feeling did return, X-rays were negative, and Sampson was released from the hospital last night. The Celtics won the game Hammer Down -MS2 Gary Pomper of Simsbury, Conn., poses with the 8-foot 10-inch hammerhead shark he hooked while fishing for snapper at the mouth of Guantanamo Bay. Pomper was using 100-pound monofilament line with 150-pound mono leader. The 260-pound shark is the fourth hooked by Pomper in two years, and it is the largest of the four. He has also caught barracuda, nurse and bullhead sharks in our waters. (Photo by Lt. Qndr. J. E. -Waller.) Area athletics Swimming -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 -Guantanamo Bay Women's Bowling Association announces the 1986 Spring Tournament April 5 and 6, at the Marblehead Lanes. Applications at are the Marblehead Lanes. Register today! Deadline is Tuesday, March 25. For more information call 4809 or 4491 AWH. Skate Party -All hands Easter Skating Party, Saturday, March 29, 1 p.m. -4 p.m. at the Leeward Point Recreation Hill courts. A $2.50 charge includes food, drink and D.J. See you there! Fishing -There is going to be a Youngsters Fishing Tournament Sunday, April 6, 8 a.m. -2 p.m. at the Leeward Point Marina. Ages five through 12 can participate. Entry fee is $3 each. There will be a first, second, and third prizes for the largest fish, and fourth place for the most fish caught. Children should be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Register at the Leeward Point Marina. For more information contact Rhonlia Ryan 6526. Adult Tournament -There is going to be an Adult Fishing Tournament from 4 p.m. April 11, to noon April 12 with cash to be given away in each of the four categories. -There will no spear fishing available. Fish are to be checked in and weighed at the Leeward Point Marina during hours of operation. Entry fee is $10. Sign-up on April 11 by calling 6526. Football -Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest May 17 at the Leeward Point soccer field. Sign up at 9:30 a.m. The contest begins 10 a.m. For more information contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. Golden Anchor -No phones, no TVs, no newspaper, no deadlines, just you and the CaribbeanSea. Come see how beautiful it can be this weekend aboard the Golden Anchor. I To sign-up this weekend aboard the Golden Anchor, call 2345. 114-107. A Phoenix player has an injury that threatens his playing career. Suns' guard Rod Foster has a severly broken left leg after an off-road vehicle he was driving rolled on a steep downgrade. Foster underwent three hours of surgery after the accident. The team's physician says Foster will be out of action at least six months. The Los Angeles Lakers clinched their seventh straight Western Conference title with a 124-102 victory over the San Antonio Spurs. Eight Lakers scored in double figures. Washington's playing style has changed a bit under new head coach Kevin Loughery. Philadelphia coach Matt Goukas says the Bullets are running more and their execution is better. Last night Washington's game was good enough to beat the 76ers 100-93. Philadelphia's Charles Barkley had 36 points and 24 rebounds. Adrian Dantley and Mark Eaton led Utah past Seattle 116-108. Dantley scored 32 points for the Jazz. Eaton was six-of-six from the floor and eight-of-eight at the free throw line for points. He also had W rebounds and three blocks. Tom Chambers came off the bench to lead the Supersonics with 21 points. Dallas beat the Indiana Pacers 126-120. Mark Aguirre, Rolando Blackman, Jay Vincent and Brad Davis combined for 92 of the Mavericks' points. Basketball standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Y-Boston X-Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York X-Milwaukee X-Atlanta X-Detroit Cleveland Indiana Chicago We X-Houston X-Denver Dallas Utah San Antonio Sacramento Y-L.A. Lakers Portland Phoenix Seattle L.A. Clippers Golden State W 58 47 35 34 22 Central 49 44 41 26 25 24 13 26 37 38 50 Division 22 28 31 45 48 48 stern Conference Midwest Division 44 28 43 29 39 32 37 36 32 42 31 41 Pacific 55 36 28 27 26 25 Division 17 37 42 45 46 47 PCT .817 .644 .486 .472 .306 .690 .611 .569 .366 .342 .333 .611 .597 .549 .507 .432 .431 764 489 400 375 361 347 GB 12 23 1/2 24 1/2 36 1/2 5 1/2 8 1/2 23 25 25 1/2 1 4 1/2 7 1/2 13 13 19 1/2 26 28 29 30 X-Clinched Playoff Berth Y-Clinced Division Title and Playoff Berth Hockey standings X-Philadelph X-Washington N.Y. Island Pittsburgh N.Y. Rangers New Jersey Quebec Montreal Boston Buffalo Hartford X-Chicago X-St. Louis X-Minnesota X-Toronto Detroit .Y-Eduonton X-Calgary Winnipeg Los Angeles Vancouver Wales Conference Patrick Division W L T E hia 48 22 4 ] n 47 21 5 ers 36 26 11 33 33 8 s 33 35 5 24 46 3 Adams Division 41 29 5 37 31 6 34 29 10 35 33 6 35 35 3 Campell Conference Norris Division 36 29 8 35 31 8 34 32 9 23 44 6 16 51 6 Smythe Division 52 15 6 1 36 29 9 25 45 6 22 45 7 19 41 13 PrS 100 99 83 74 71 51 87 80 78 76 75 80 78 77 52 38 110 81 56 51 51 GF 311 284 296 294 250 276 308 311 289 282 305 325 289 303 294 247 391 322 279 264 253 GA 228 245 259 273 250 339 271 262 267 273 285 322 276 289 358 381 282 289 354 365 304 X-Clinched Playoff Berth Y-Clinched Division Title 4 Daily Gazette Tuesday, March 25, 196. F . . . 0 Ll, Ip


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