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_Guantanamo Bay, Cuba



Vol. 42 -- No. 56 -- U.S.Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Wednesday, March 26, 1986


U.S. operations off Libya may end tomorrow


*eI) -- The battle between
e Libyan and U.S. forces off the North African
country's coast may be over. It has been more than 24
hours since the last hostile activities were reported in the Gulf of Sidra. The relative calm could mean Libyan leader Moammar
Khadafy is conceding U.S. claims to free navigation rights in gulf waters and airspace which Libya claims as its territory.
Pentagon officials are hinting that U.S. flight
operations in the gulf may be cut off sooner than the scheduled April 1 ending. One Pentagon source says they may .o over by tomorrow. The clashes may or may not be gone but they will not soon be forgotten.
'The Libyan News Agency Jana quotes the foreign ministry as saying it will "consider any American target" when retaliating for the skirmishes.
U.S. officials say that despite Libya's threats it
has few effective means of fighting U.S. military power except terrorism.
Terrorism expert Robert Kupperman says Khadafy's "tool of warfare is terrorism." As Kupperman puts


it, "We are not very good at countering that."
U.S. officials are trying, nonetheless, as increased security is reported worldwide.
A report today, in the New York Times, says intelligence reports of Libyan plans to "pinpoint" U.S. diplomats abroad for possible attacks prompted President Reagan to approve current U.S. Naval maneuvers in the gulf.
The clashes between Libyan and U.S. forces in the Gulf of Sidra are triggering
verbal debate over the issue on the streets and in the
homes of America.


An informal sample of public opinion shows many Americans want a get-tough policy with Libya.
Says retired contractor Jack Riscoe of Pittsburgh, "We should shoot the hell out
of them and then drop a couple of bcmbs on them."
As Atlanta police officer J.W. Bell puts it, "It seems like the United States has been allowing this little mouse of a country to intimidate us."
Says Atlanta parking lot attendant Paul Satter, "You
should not push a maniac. We know we can whip Libya, so why do we have to push them?"


Heavy losses in Beirut bombings


(UPI) -- Heavy casualties and extensive damages are
reported from two explosions in East Beirut today.
The explosions were in
residential neighborhoods of the mostly Christian section of Lebanon's capital.
At least six people died from a car-bombing. A civil defense official says initial reports indicate many are
dead or wounded. They have counted 30 to 40 injured.
They say many of the victims


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six dead have been removed frm the ruins.
The first bomb ripped
through an apartment building. At least six people were wounded, including a woman and her four-year-old child.
Military sources say
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jen ate set to
(UPI) -- A Senate debate on

aid to Nicaraguan rebels comes as the U.S. and
Honduras say Nicaraguan government troops entered
Honduras.
Senators plan today to
debate a compromise to President Reagan's proposal to give the Contras $100 million in aid. A long debate
is predicted.
Republican leader Robert
Dole and Democratic leader Robert Byrd want a broad
agreement that would send military aid to the rebels, but also would require Reagan to push for a diplomatic settlement between the


debate Contra aid proposal


Contras and the Sandinista government.
The House voted down the aid package last week, even after Reagan vowed a peace
treaty.. House Speaker Tip O'Neill says Nicaraguan
President Ortega made a tremendous blunder when he
sent troops into Honduras, a blunder which could win votes
for the Contra aid.
The Honduras government


Nicaragua, however, denies invading Honduras. Nicaragua's army chief of staff says the Reagan administration is trying to create tension between Honduras and Nicaragua to win support for the Contra aid.


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says U.S. aircraft ate - NoHotline transporting Honduran troops to the isolated area where it says the head of the U.S. Southern Comnand has arrived 22 10 to evaluate the military situation.


Around the globe


Judge Declares istrial (UPI) -The first corporate murder trial in Texas ended without a verdict. The judge in the case against a Houston nursing home chain, Autumn Hills Convalescent Centers, declared a mistrial yesterday after jurors reported their fourth deadlock. The home was accused of starving
and neglecting an 87-year-old Texas City patient.. Prosecutors say they will not re-try the seven-year-old case. They say because of it, Texas has reformed its nursing home laws and rules.

Nurse Indicted (UPI) - A nurse in Albany, Ga., who was charged with killing one elderly patient, has been indicted on five new murder charges. The nurse, Terri Rachals, is accused of giving the patients deadly doses of potassium chloride. The patients ranged from three to 68 years old. All six died in the Phoebe Putnam Memorial Hospital in Albany last October and November.

Contractor Declared In Default (UPI) Philadelphia declared in default the contractor rebuilding 61 houses destroyed in the MOVE bombing, then just hours later withdrew the default notice. The Philadelphia city solicitor says the city and the contractor reached a tentative agreement. It is the second contractor in the project, the first was declared in default last month.

Workers Contaminated (UPI) -- The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says five workers at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in Pennsylvania were slightly contaminated yesterday. A buildup of radio-active gases during tests in the containment building of the undamaged TMI reactor caused the contamination. The NRC says th& five workers suffered less exposure to radiation than the amount the NRC considers a problem. The NRC says the release from the reactor also was within limits. A citizens group says it apparently was fairly serious.

Police Ambush Men (UPI) -- South African police report the bloodiest night of anti-government black violence this month. Police say they ambushed and killed eight black men in a partially destroyed government liquor store. Police say five blacks died in other clashes. Police say two were youths throwing stones at a police vehicle in Cape Town, where two policemen were killed yesterday.

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WE CARE


Correction -- An article published yesterday headlined "Space 'A' Seat Possibilities," contained several errors. Sign-up for C-9 flights is at the NAS Air Terminal for all Guantanamo Bay residents. Hours of the Base Passenger Transportation Office at McCalla Hanger are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. And, disregard a reference to re-entry points to Guantanamo Bay after Continental United States or Caribbean travel; the reference was misleading.


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Donations Sought For Auction The Saler A Look At Leisure Blues Zip Blackhawks. 2-0 NA Action


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Dominican Republic Band -- The Dominican Republic
Navy Band is appearing tonight at the Clipper Club, 8
11 p.m. This band specializes in merengue music, the
soothing rhythn of the islands. The band also plays
dance music. Catch the band tomorrow, March 27, 8 - 11
p.m., at the Windjammer Club, for their last
appearance.

Morehead State University -- Morehead State
University is running their last set of Basic Skills
classes in English and math starting April 21 - May 23.
The classes are free to active duty military and meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 3 - 6 p.m., for math
and Monday, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for English. Call
Lindy, 4307, for required pre-testing information.

McDonalds -- McDonalds is now hiring for all shifts,
early morning, day, evenings and weekends, part-time
and fulltime. You may apply at McDonalds daily, 9 a.m.
- 6 p.m.

Expanded Action Chapel Youth Group -- See all
that dirt on your car? The Expanded Action Chapel Youth
Group will wash your car Saturday, March 29, for a
donation. Come on by and share your spirit of giving in
front of the NEX Laundramat.

CPO Club Advisory Board Meeting -- The CPO Club
Advisory Board is meeting Tuesday, April 1, in the Goat
Locker Lounge, 3 p.m. All Advisory Board members or
their assigned alternates are required to attend.

Navy Exchange -- The Naval Resale Activity is holding a Red Cross fund raising campaign with a
variety of foods on sale and dunk tank fun in front of the NEX Main Retail Store Saturday, March 29, 10 a.m.
2 p.m. Everyone is invited.

Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre -- The Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting Tuesday,
April 1, 7 p.m., in the W.T. Sampson Elementary School
Amphitheatre. For more information, call Rich
Kusnierek, 3911 AT.

Officers Hail and Farewell -- Join the "aribbean
Cruise" at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday,
April 5, 6:30 p.m. Dance to a live Jamaican band, drink
a run punch and bid farewell to departing friends and say hello to new friends. There will be lots of free surprises. Tickets are available through cormand reps
and at the club. Call Kathi, 3812, for a table
reservation.

Navy Exchange -- When the blue light flashes in your Main Navy Exchange or NEX Annex Leeward Point, you have
great savings waiting for you. Stop in and check it out. It might be the item you have been waiting for.
Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. You may save as much as 50
percent off the regular price. Watch out, there is gold
under the blue lights. Items for sale' under the blue
light special are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. All sales are final, no
rain checks, nor can the items be put on layaway.
Easter Sunrise Service -- Easter Sunrise Service is being observed on McCalla Hill, Sunday, March 30,
6:00 a.m. Breakfast will follow the service at the Dear
Point Officers Club. Tickets for the breakfast are $2 for adults, and $1 for children under 12, in advance; $2.50 and $1.25 respectively at the door. Tickets are available at the Chaplain's Office now and going fast.
Everyone is invited. Please buy your tickets in
advance, so the food preparers may plan.




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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Cordon, U]SN . ............ Omarder, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Qidr. Rick Fischer, ..N............. Public Affairs officer
JO1 Stacey Byington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Nail Guillebeau, USN........................Managing Ekitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN ............................Assistant Editor
Sk Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Mrs. Diane men .....................................Secretary
Mrs. AnM-Elizabeth Efimoff ................... Production Assistant
Mrs. Tony Hall ..................................... Feature Writer
Nathan Drbin ............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez................Student Staff Assistant
Lt. Qmdr. J. Ed Waller, III ..................... Reservist Support
JC Gary Minich ................................. Reservist Suort
The paily Gazette is published according to the rules and .regulations for ship and sation newspapers, under the direction of thLe public affairs officer. The Daily-lizette is printed five times
a week at governnt expense on government equn ent, at the Navy Publications a d Printn Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that a_ a Vrein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departmuat or Comrader, U.S. Naval Base.


r--Donations sought for auction-1


The W. T. Sampson High School Booster Club is seeking donations from the Guantanamo Bay community
for the annual Time and Talent Auction, Friday, April 18.
The Booster Club is a
recently formed organization of concerned


community members dedicated to raising funds to provide support for school activities and
educational needs for all students.
If you would like to
donate a service or article to be auctioned off, please contact


the


AUTOS
'80 Chevy Chevette, automatic transmission, two-door
hatchback, engine very good condition, runs excellent. Must sell. Low mileage, new Seat covers, spare tire in
good condition, asking $1200 neg. Call ET2 Scbenck at 4435 or 2184 AT.

'78 Ford pickup with camper top, a/t, p/s, p/b, a/c, trailer hitch, tow package, 76,500 miles. Good condition, $3200. Call 3745 AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'84 Honda Aero 80 scooter, sturdy metal baskets front and rear, new lock system, excellent running condition. Will sell for $700 or
consider trade for car or station wagon in good running condition. Call 2593 AWH.
---------------------'83 Honda Night Hawk 450, low mileage, excellent condition, windshield and luggage rack, $1500 firm. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH.

Suzuki TC 185, very
reliable, runs great, fifth street gears and five dirt
gears, just inspected, $350. Call Don at 4721 DWH or 3891
AWH.

'83 Honda Goldwing Aspencade, fully dressed, Price neg. Call 3299 AWH.

Free motorcycle helmet if you buy '84 Honda Areo 125, $850. Runs great. Call Steve at 4241 DWH or 3952 AWH.
---------------------'81 Yamaha 850 Special, $1200. Call 2982 AWH.
AUTO ACCESSORIES
Two new 165R15 Firestone radial tire and rim, $40
each; two used 165R15 Sears radial tire and rim, $15 each; one FR78-15 Uniroyal
steel-belted radial tire and rim, $20. Call 4930 DWH or 3261 AWH.

Transmission, standard '73 VW squareback, $75. Call 4930 DWH or 3261 AWH.

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.


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Sansui stereo receiver, 8080 Dolby system, 100 watts, six speakers can be used, $200. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217.

Audio frequency equalizer, 10-band per channel, HEQ-7000, 8 volts/rms, $150; Sansui G-5700 75 watts per channel into 8 OHMS Dolby
system, two sets of speakers can be used, $200. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217.

Akai GX-4000 reel-to-reel tape deck, 7" reels, have three 7" reel tapes extra,
mixing, recording, stereo or mono, just out of the box, used once, brand new, $350. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217.
---------------------RCA color TV, 80 channels direct line in for VCR, 15" diagonal, $350. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217.
--------------------Commodore SX-64 portable computer (disk drive and monitor combined), Dot Matrix printer, two joysticks, and misc. software, $500. Call 2414 AWH.
WANTED
Looking for mature adult to share expenses in the purchase of a boat. I leave GTMO in Feb. 1988. Call P01 Delanney at 4734 OWH or 3218 AWH.

Women's swimming cap for daily swimmer. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWH.
. . . . . . . . . . . . ..--- . . . . . ..Teen babysitter in my home some weekends and Defex nights for two boys age 18-months and three years. Must be at least 15 years
old. Call Margaret after 5 p.m. at 3752. Serious inquiries only.

Experienced person to repair a microwave. Serious inquiries only. Call 3231 AT.

Compact station wagon or hatchback model 1978 or newer in good working condition. Call 3745 AWH.
FURNITURE
Pair of matching arm chairs, blue, $90; Italian style arm chair, wooden with blue upholstery $40. Call 3284.


auction committee members Joyce Becker,, 3602; John Howard, 6119; Cindy Keefover, 3474; Mrs. Armstrong, at the high school office.
This is a community event for all kids. Let us all work together to support our children.


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MISCELLANEOUS
One Pentax Me camera; couch; one chair; one rock* Call Dennis at 4644 DWH or 4286 after 5 p.m.

Stenograph machine, includes case and tripod, $100; exercise bike, $50. Call 2899 in the afternoon.
----------------------Dress blues and whites, pants size 331, jumpers size 421. Call Laura at 6036 or 6037 DKH.

Waterproof crib mattress, like new, $35; hand crocheted
christening outfit with blanket, never used, $30. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWH.

Two pram dresses, one wh* size 7, one pink size 9/10, both only worn once. Will
sell for $50 each. Call Paul at 3943 AWH.

Wash khakis in good condition needed for play production. Need shirts sizes 14-14 1/2 small, or 15-15 1/2 medium, slacks or shorts sizes in waist, 27", 29", 30" and 38", garrison caps. Also need 18 small hand-held American flags. Call Valerie at 2144.

One wooden workbench, $15. Call 3284.
APPLIANCES
Sears Kenmore heavy duty washer, white and runs excellent, $100. Call 2258 AT.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Whirlpool 12,000 BTU, one Whirlpool 8,000 BTU, both with energy saver settings
and excellent condition, asking $375. Call 6463 AT.
Fedder .12,00.BTU..125
Fdders 12,000 BTU, $125; Fedders 5 to 7,000 BTU, $115; Whirlpool automatic on/off 5,000 BTU, $140. Call 3284.
PETS
Free to a good home. adorable kittens abandoned
their mother in the walls of the Officer's Club. Blue
eyes, light gray tiger stripes. One male, one
female. Call Lori at 3812 or Robin at 2531 DWH or 4884 AWH.
FOUND
Found in front of Tierra Kay housing alongside road a motorcycle helmet on Sunday, March 23. Call ENI Greer at
6237 DWH or 2437 AWH to claim.

LOST
Lost at Ferry Landing on Saturday, March 15, the "Miz"
half of a Miz/Paz necklace. It looks like half of broken circle. If you foW it or know who did, please
call Valerie at 3630 AWH or 4241 DWH.
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.


























A look at leisure


Oecreation Services


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


New addition to staff


Youth activities prepares for upcoming event


By Mary Kay Elsener

March is a month for new beginnings. Youth Activities
had new beginnings of their own. The base schools in accordance with Youth Activities will be holding the first Guantanamo Bay Fitness Challenge.
The Fitness Challenge is similar to the Presidents Physical Fitness Test with
added fun events. All the children will be eligible for Navy wide excellence awards
on physical fitness and scholastic performances. All children will receive a participant awards patch.
The fitness challenge was developed to increase the awareness amoung Navy Youth 0 the area of physical
ness. Recent studies have shown that the fitness of children is poor. The goal of this program is to get the Navy youth active and for them to build
physical fitness skills they can use throughout their lives.
The challenge will be held four times a year, once each quarter. Breaking up the quarterly challenges, special events will be held with
Youth Activities and the community to promote physical fitness.
Volunteers are needed to
help with the challenge in June. For more information, .11 Mary Kay Elsener, 3195
2450.


Weekly catch


If you have particularly
good luck catching fish in Guantanamo Bay waters, please submit information about your catch to the "Leisure" editor, Terri Edison, 3245 or in writing to the editor of the Daily
Gazette.


Guantanamo Bay would like to welcome aboard Mary Kay Elsener, Recreation Services' new Youth Director.
Mary Kay says she is looking forward to working in GTMO, and adds, "The Recreation Services
Department at Guantanamo Bay is expanding at a rapid rate, especially in the area of Youth Activities.
"This will be a great place to learn and grow as a recreational professional."
Mary Kay has had some experience working with youth. "Our future lies in the success of our youth -physically, mentally, psychologically and socially. I hope to bea. positive influence on the children here with the programming we provide for them."
One of the Youth Activities
programs in the works is Fun and Fitness. This program consists of a Fun and Fitness Challenge that will be run four times a year. Mary Kay has several goals she wishes to accomplish while she is here in GTMO.
"I want to offer more special events that will include the whole family. Family activities are very important for children.
"I also want to improve some of the existing programs, facilities and
equipment. The former Youth Director, Susan Yaeger, did an excellent job establishing Youth Activiites. I hope to improve on what she started."
Mary Kay has plans to develop more special interest


programs. These include aerobics, craft classes, and dance.
"Another one of my goals is to establish safety consciousness in our youth. This can be done by proper training of the staff, having. safe equipment and established rules."
"I want to establish good sportsmanship in our youth sports programs among the participants, parents and coaches. This includes proper training for all volunteer coaches."
She is interested in the youth of Guantanamo Bay. "I want to teach our youth basic fundamentals, skills and knowledge of the programs offered. I want to keep the lines of communication open between leaders, participants and parents.
"I hope to instill the qualities of poise, pride, enthusiasm, organization, dependability, positive attitudes, creativity, confidence, honesty,
responsibility and safety skills in the children of Guantanamo Bay."
Mary Kay graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation. She completed intership requirements at U.S. Naval Station Lemoore, Calif., maintaining the Youth and Summer Aquatics Program. She comes to Guantanamo Bay highly qualified, and with great plans for the youth of the base.


Golf Shack Easter breakfast


For the golfing enthusiasts, the Golf Shack is sponsoring an Easter Breakfast Special. For $1.50
you can get two eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, hashbrowns, two slices of toast and coffee.
Come on down and enjoy breakfast and a game of golf.
An Easter Egg Hunt will be held March 27 and 28 at Deer Park for both preschoolers


and children 3 to 5 that
regularly attend the Nursery School. An Easter Party will follow the egg hunt at the center.
For Leeward residents, an Easter Egg Hunt and a skating party will be held at the Recreation Hill Courts on March 29. There will be food, drink and music at a cost of $2.50.


Spend a weekend aboard Golden Anchor


Have you experienced the newest leisure activity in GTMO? Spend a relaxing weekend aboard the Golden Anchor with the cool
Caribbean breeze in your faceand see how wonderful it can be.
Saturdays and Sundays are designated for either group char ter/commun i ty fishing, depending on reservation type scheduled.


For $12.50 per person for a five-hour trip, you are supplied with rod, reel, bait
and tackle, and a chance to test your skill.
Charter the boat for a
special group or command, or bring the family and friends for a community fishing trip.
Reservations for group charters can be made by
visiting or calling the Marina at 2345.


Activities close for inventory


All Recreation Services re-sale activities will be
secured on Monday, 31 March,


until the re-sale inventory has been cmpleted.


Sports shorts

Congratulations -- Guantanamo Bay Intercomnand Basketball Champions. Great playing by both teams at the Tidewater Playoffs: Women- 2nd Place Men- 3rd Place.
Intercomand Golf --Intercomiand Golf begins Wednesday, April 9. Get ready for another exciting season.
Softball Officials Clinic -- The Softball Officials Clinic begins Friday, April 11, through Monday April 14. Sign up now so you can get ASA certified! Call 2560 to sign up. A rules clinic will also be held on Monday, April 14 for all players and coaches. This is your chance to become a certified softball official for Recreation Services Guantanamo Bay. Intercommand Softball Meeting -- There is a Interconnand Softball meeting Wednesday, April 2, at 5:00 p.m., at the Recreation Services Office. All team captains must attend this meeting!

Leeward Point Projects

Youngsters Fishing Tournament -- There is a Youngsters Fishing Tournament planned for Sunday, April 6, 8:00-noon, at the Leeward Point Marina. Fee is $3.50. Prizes to be given for the largest fish caught. It is required that children be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.
Adult Fishing Tournament -- There is an Adult Fishing Tournament Friday, April 11, 4:00 p.m. until Sunday, April 13, noon, at the Leeward Point Marina. Fee is $10.00. Cash prizes will be awarded. No spear fishing allowed. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.
Walk/Run Club -- Attention Leeward Point residents, the Windward Run!Walk Club is now being organized on the Leeward side. There will be a meeting Tuesday, April 1, 6:00 p.m., at the softball field. Came join the fun and get in shape for the health of it! For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526.

Youth Activities

April Is Month Of The Military Child -- Watch for events throughout the community and within Recreation Services existing programs for additional information concerning April as the Month of the Military Child.
Spring Shine Camp -- The Spring Shine Camp is being held Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 4, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and will include many fun
activities; crafts, sports, hikes and will conclude with a Hawaiian Luau. The fee for Spring Shine Camp is $30.00 per child and $25.00 for each additional family member. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195 or 2450.

Youth Swim Clinic-- During the school spring break, Friday, March 31 through Friday, April 4, Recreation Services is offering a Youth Swim Clinic and Mini Swim Meet. The clinic will be teaching the competitive strokes of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. The clinic will be 10:00-11:00 a.m., at the Como Pool. The fee is $5.00. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195 or 2450.

Teen Club Luau -- Practice your hula skills for the Teen Luau Swim Party Friday, April-4 The party will be held at the Windjammer Pool frbm.- -1O:30 p.m. and the fee will be $2.00 per person. tivities will include music, games, swimming - , prizes and refreshments. Bring a snack e .4 and save 50 cents on entrance fees. Do not fort dress Hawaiian. For
more information, call Mary .Isener, 3195 or 2450.

Swim Classes

Beginning Swim Classes For Kids -- Swimming classes for kids begins Monday, March 31 through
Friday, April 5at Villamar Pool, 9:00-9:45 a.m. Cost of this class is $5.00.
Beginning Swim Lessons For Adults -- Beginning Monday March 31 through Friday, April 5, the Beginning Swim Lessons at the CPO Club Pool 10:00-10:45 a.m. The cost is $5.
Advanced Beginners Swim Classes For Kids Beginning Monday March 31 through Saturday, April 5, at the Villamar Pool, 10:00-10:45 a.m., is Advanced Beginners Swim Classes for kids. The cost is $5.


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Bulls nick Knicks 111-98, Hawks win 97-91


Blies and Blackhuwks tied for first


(AP) -- Greg Miller's first shutout of the NHL season lifted the St. Louis Blues into a first-place tie with
the Chicago Blackhawks in the Norris Division. Miller stopped 33 shots on goal and the Blues shut out the New York Islanders 2-0. Rick
Meaghee and Ed Beers got the goals.
First place in the Patrick Division changed hands last night. Washington moved one point ahead of the Philadelphia Flyers by drilling the Boston Bruins 6-3. Bengt Gustafsson broke a three-all tie with a goal late in the third period, and
Bob Gould scored 12 seconds later for the Capitals.


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Jim Wiemer's first goal of the NHL season came with three and one-half minutes left and gave the New York Rangers a 5-4 win over the New Jersey Devils. The
victory moved the Rangers within one point of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the
battle for the last Patrick Division playoff berth.
Edmonton beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-2. Mark Messier broke a 2-2 tie with a pair of short-handed goals 30
seconds apart in the second period. Wayne Gretzky had three assists to reach the 200-point level for the third straight year, and for the fourth time in seven seasons.


Area athletics


Skate Party -- All hands Faster 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 may participate. Entry fee is $3 each. There will be 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 to be 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 Friday, April 11, by calling 6526.

Football -- Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest is being held 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.

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.
Diving -- Swing into Spring PADI Open Water dive special Tuesday, April 1 and Tuesday, April 15. The Open Water dive Classes is offered at Leeward Point. Registration will be at the Leeward Point pool, Tuesdays, April 1 and 15, 4 - 5 p.m. For more information, contact J.L. Gibson, 6386 or 6169.

Diving -- PADI Advance Scuba Course is being offered starting Tuesday, April 15. The cost is $75. For more information, call Bill Diesselhorst at 4353 AT. G1YA& -- The GBYAA will hold a monthly meeting Tuesday, April 1, 7 p.m., in Bldg. 203, Naval Station Ordnance. Topics of discussion are the current baseball season, sumner events and election of officers for the coming year. If you want a say in how youth sports programs are run, now is your chance. All coaches of 1his baseball season should make every effort to attend. For more information, call Jim O'Neal, 4679 DWH or 2392 AWH.
Barracks Fishing Trip -- The Golden Anchor will set out. for the high seas on Saturday, April 19, 8 a.m. for all three barracks residents. A fish fry will follow at Windmill Beach. The cost for this day of excitment is $10. Sign up at
the Project Player Booth at Gold Hill Barracks with Susan Yaeger.

Tennis team members announced


(AP/UPI) -- The U.S. Federation Cup team members were officially announced
yesterday. Team members are Martina Navratilova, Chris
Evert-Lloyd , Zina Garrison' and Pam Shriver.
The tournament will be played this July in
Czechoslovakia. Navratilova has not been there since she defected from the country 10 years ago. It is not known if


she will be granted a visa.
For only the first time in eight years, John McEnroe
will not compete in the World Championship Tennis Tournament in Dallas.
McEnroe says he wants to remain inactive through the event beginning, April 8. Even without McEnroe, the WCT is offering a field, that includes half of the world's top 24 players.


(AP) -- Chicago's Orlando Woolridge started an NBA game for the first time since
injuring a knee February 19. He scored 22 points and the Bulls broke a five-game losing streak with a 111-98 victory over the New York
Knicks.
The Bulls and Indiana
Pacers are one and one-half games behind Cleveland in


their battle for the last Eastern Conference playoff berth.
The Cavaliers fell to
Atlanta 97-91 last night. Dominique Wilkins scored 34 points in the first three quarters to give the Hawks control of the game. He finished with 36 points and 10 rebounds.
Reggie Theus tallied 18


Glimpse


Cracker Jack Classic (DPI) -- Ralph Houk and Hall of Fame second baseman Billy Herman will he the managers in the annual Cracker Jack Old Timers Baseball Classic. Houk, who skippered the New York Yankees to a pair of world titles, will guide the American League. Herman will pilot the National Leaguers in the five-inning charity exhibition
slated for June 23 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C.

PBA Championship (UPI) -- California bowler Mark Baker remains the leader after two rounds of the $235,000 PBA National Championship in Toledo, Ohio. Baker averaged 218
pins over the first 16 games to leave second place Mike Edwards of Tulsha 21 pins behind in the second leg of bowling's triple crown.

Namath Dropped (UPI) -- ABC reportedly is dropping former New York Jets' quarterback Joe Namath from its Monday night football broadcast team and plans to re-assign fellow Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson to college games. Further reports also suggest that Frank Gifford will surrender his play-by-play job to Al Michaels and become theMonday night commentator.


Comeback Pitcher Has Problems (AP) --Pitcher Frank Pastore of the Cincinnati Reds is having trouble with his comeback attempt. Pastore gave up seven runs and eight hits in one and one-third innings of work in an exhibition game Monday. Later he said his elbow was painful and swollen. Doctors removed bone chips from Pastore's elbow last August.

Navy Coach Talks To University Of Pittsburgh (AP)
-- Navy coach Paul Evans spent yesterday talking with officials at the University of Pittsburgh for the second time about their head coach opening.


I


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


(AP) -- With the movie Oscars out of the way, it is time to look at another national pastime, baseball.
Who will win the diamond Oscars this year?
Pitcher of the year, Dwight Gooden of the New York Mets, who will win 30 games and strike out 300 batters.
Batter of the year, Don Mattingly of the New York Yankees, who could get 40 home runs, a .340 batting
average and 146 runs batted in.

Legal larcenies of the year, the St. Louis
Cardinals, who have four or five guys capable of running four feet off the ground.
Outrage of the year,
Joaquin Andujar of the Oakland A's, the first time a
-plate umpire calls ball four on a pitch that is a foot outside.
Manager thrown out of games most often, a dead heat
betweenold reliable Earl Weaver of Baltimore and promising newcomer Lou Piniella of the Yankees.
Top pasta consumer of the year, Tommy Lasorda of the Dodgers for his work between April and October, and then between November and March.
Outstanding job of managing from a broadcasting booth, Billy Martin of the Yankees.
Sound effects award of the year, the bleecher bums of
Wrigley Field in Chicago.
Most surprised manager of
the year, Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds the first time a St. Bernard is sent into the game as a
pinch-runner from a front-row


box.
The old Irish ballad, "The Londonderry Air," tells the sad story of "Danny Boy" leaving home.
The Kansas City Royals are happy that "Danny Boy" is staying.
The K.C. Danny is Danny Jackson, the stylish
lefthanded pitcher who is being ,touted as a top
candidate' for best southpaw in the American League this year. The Royals themselves go farther, they think he
will be the number-one lefty in both leagues.
Jackson was "Mr. Puzzlement" in pressure games for the Royals at the end of the 1985 season, and in the big money duels of the playoffs and World Series.
On October second, he allowed the California Angels one run in eight and two-third innings as the
Royals won a 4-1 victory to take the lead from California in the American League West.
On October 13, he bewildered Toronto, 2-0, in the fifth game of the
American League Pennant Playoff, to launch the Kansas City rally for the pennant.
Danny started the first
game of the World Series and gave up two runs to the Cardinals but his teammates only scored one, and the Royals eventually lost the game, 3-1.
With the Royals trailing three games to one, Jackson pitched game five of the series on October 24, and tossed a five-hitter. Kansas City beat St. Louis, 6-1, and
then won the last two games


and the series.
His record for those games was 9-1 and his earned run
average was an amazing 1.05
This may bruise the brain of anybody 40 or over, but Danny Boy credits his success of last fall to a rock group called "Survivor," and one of their tapes, called "Eye of the Tiger."
The tape is Jackson'
favorite, and he has ha* since 1982, when he had a
17-3 season in the minor leagues.
Jackson was going bad in the last month of the 1985 season. He had lost five of
his last six decisions, and was coming up to that key start against California.
The morning of the game, he
got the tape out of a cabinet and put it into his stereo. He played it all morning, then put it in his car, and listened to it enroute to the ball park. When he reached the Royals locker room, he put on a headset and continued to listen.
The music inspired himplan exactly how he wd pitch, every detail, the
windup, the release and where the ball would break.
Everything came together. His fast ball popped into catcher Jim Sundberg's mitt. His slider dipped and
swerved. His control was surgical, he overpowered California.
Now, here is some bad news for American League hitters. Jackson has a new tape to go with "Eye of the Tiger." It is the soundtrack of the movie, "Rocky II." He thinks it will be a knockout tape.


4. Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 26, 1986


points and 17 assists while
sparking Sacramento past the Portland Trail Blazers 116-99. The Kings have a two and one-half game cushion in their drive for the playoffs. Milwaukee reached the
50-win level for the sixth straight season. The Bucks got 24 points from Craig Hodges and 22 from Sidney Moncrief while beating New Jersey 118-105. Albert King scored 34 for the Nets.
The Los Angeles La ms
broke their three game 1Wg streak to Denver. James Worthy tossed in 30 points,
and L.A. beat the Nuggets 121-115.
The Lakers have won 13 of their last 14 games. The loss dropped Denver one and
one-half games behind first-place Houston in the Midwest Division.
Golden State jumped to a 17-point lead early in the second quarter and held off the Detroit Pistons 125-121.
The Warriors have won five of their last six games and they are one-half game behind the Los Angles Clippers as the two teams scrap to avoid last place in the Pac c Division.
Houston Rockets cener Ralph Sampson is not expected to play in the team's next two games. Sampson suffered a sever back bruise in a fall during a game at Boston Garden Monday night.
Sampson went to his home in Harrisonburg, Va., rather than accompanying his teammates to Indianapolis for a game tonight. Sampson may rejoin them when the Rockets play the Washington Bullets
Saturday night.


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a e tte Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 56 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, March 26, 1986 U.S. operations off Libya may end tomorrow PI) -The battle between e Libyan and U.S. forces off the North African country's coast may be over. It has been more than 24 hours since the last hostile activities were reported in the Gulf of Sidra. The relative calm could mean Libyan leader Moammar Khadafy is conceding U.S. claims to free navigation rights in gulf waters and airspace which Libya claims as its territory. Pentagon officials are hinting that U.S. flight operations in the gulf may be cut off sooner than the scheduled April 1 ending. One Pentagon source says they may .over by tomorrow. The clashes may or may not be gone but they will not soon be forgotten. 'The Libyan News Agency Jana quotes the foreign ministry as saying it will "consider any American target" when retaliating for the skirmishes. U.S. officials say that despite Libya's threats it has few effective means of fighting U.S. military power except terrorism. Terrorism expert Robert Kupperman says Khadafy's "tool of warfare is terrorism." As Kupperman puts JAN 85 FEB 85 MAR 85 APR 85 MAY 85 JUN 85 JUL 85 AUG 85 SEP 85 OCT 85 NOV 85 DEC 85 JAN 86 FEB 86 it, "We are not very good at countering that." U.S. officials are trying, nonetheless, as increased security is reported worldwide. A report today, in the New York Times, says intelligence reports of Libyan plans to "pinpoint" U.S. diplomats abroad for possible attacks prompted President Reagan to approve current U.S. Naval maneuvers in the gulf. The clashes between Libyan and U.S. forces in the Gulf of Sidra are triggering verbal debate over the issue on the streets and in the homes of America. (UPI) -Heavy casualties and extensive damages are reported from two explosions in East Beirut today. The explosions were in residential neighborhoods of the mostly Christian section of Lebanon's capital. At least six people died from a car-bombing. A civil defense official says initial reports indicate many are dead or wounded. They have counted 30 to 40 injured. They say many of the victims IN OUT IN OUT IN 390 112 337 214 242 147 196 214 428 346 204 345 274 360 442 240 427 358 372 88 367 470 490 477 313 289 469 435 150 54 152 100 113 110 132 163 129 168 125 118 147 136 137 86 203 201 200 75 171 134 193 153 186 73 158 155 240 58 185 114 129 37 64 51 299 178 79 227 127 224 An informal sample of public opinion shows many Americans want a get-tough policy with Libya. Says retired contractor Jack Riscoe of Pittsburgh, "We should shoot the hell out of them and then drop a couple of banbs on then." As Atlanta police officer J.W. Bell puts it, "It seams like the United States has been allowing this little mouse of a country to intimidate us." Says Atlanta parking lot attendant Paul Satter, "You should not push a maniac. We know we can whip Libya, so why do we have to push them?" are trapped in rubble, but six dead have been removed from the ruins. The first bomb ripped through an apartment building. At least six people were wounded, including a woman and her four-year-old child. Military sources say artillery battles engulfed a string of villages on the mountains overlooking the Lebanese capital. SPACE-A HISTORY: GTMO TO NORFOLK Excess Seats OUT 305 154 224 157 172 Worst 13 196 336 Best 297 324 127 216 311 280 Historical data provided for your information. If you wish to project seasonal norms, plan your Space-A trips during the month with the greatest number of excess seats. There is no guarantee the particular date you choose will follow the trend. enate set to (UPI) -A Senate debate on aid to Nicaraguan rebels comes as the U.S. and Honduras say Nicaraguan government troops entered Honduras. Senators plan today to debate a compromise to President Reagan's proposal to give the Contras $100 million in aid. A long debate is predicted. Republican leader Robert Dole and Democratic leader Robert Byrd want a broad agreement that would send military aid to the rebels, but also would require Reagan to push for a diplomatic settlement between the debate Contra aid proposal Contras and the Sandinista government. The House voted down the aid package last week, even after Reagan vowed a peace treaty. House Speaker Tip O'Neill says Nicaraguan President Ortega made a tremendous blunder when he sent troops into Honduras, a blunder which could win votes for the Contra aid. The Honduras government says U.S. aircraft are transporting Honduran troops to the isolated area where it says the head of the U.S. Southern Canuand has arrived to evaluate the military situation. Nicaragua, however, denies invading Honduras. Nicaragua's army chief of staff says the Reagan administration is trying to create tension between Honduras and Nicaragua to win support for the Contra aid. Energy Hotline 2210 Around the globe Judge Declares Mistrial (UPI) -The first corporate murder trial in Texas ended without a verdict. The judge in the case against a Houston nursing hone chain, Autumn Hills Convalescent Centers, declared a mistrial yesterday after jurors reported their fourth deadlock. The hone was accused of starving and neglecting an 87-year-old Texas City patient. Prosecutors say they will not re-try the seven-year-old case. They say because of it, Texas has reformed its nursing hae laws and rules. Nurse Indicted (UPI) -A nurse in Albany, Ga., who was charged with killing one elderly patient, has been indicted on five new murder charges. The nurse, Terri Rachals, is accused of giving the patients deadly doses of potassium chloride. The patients ranged from three to 68 years old. All six died in the Phoebe Putnam Memorial Hospital in Albany last October and November. Contractor Declared In Default (UPI) -Philadelphia declared in default the contractor rebuilding 61 houses destroyed in the MOVE bombing, then just hours later withdrew the default notice. The Philadelphia city solicitor says the city and the contractor reached a tentative agreement. It is the second contractor in the project, the first was declared in default last month. Workers Contaminated (UPI) -The Nuclear Regulatory Commission says five workers at the Three Mile Island Nuclear Plant in Pennsylvania were slightly contaminated yesterday. A buildup of radio-active gases during tests in the containment building of the undamaged TMI reactor caused the contamination. The NRC says the five workers suffered less exposure to radiation than the amount the NRC considers a problem. The NRC says the release from the reactor also was within limits. A citizens group says it apparently was fairly serious. Police Ambush Men (UPI) -South African police report the bloodiest night of anti-government black violence this month. Police say they ambushed and killed eight black men in a partially destroyed government liquor store. Police say five blacks died in other clashes. Police say two were youths throwing stones at a police vehicle in Cape Town, where two policemen were killed yesterday. This Base is CLEANER Because WE CARE Correction -An article published yesterday headlined "Space 'A' Seat Possibilities," contained several errors. Sign-up for C-9 flights is at the NAS Air Terminal for all Guantanamo Bay residents. Hours of the Base Passenger Transportation Office at itCalla Hanger are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. And, disregard a reference to re-entry points to Guantanamo Bay after Continental United States or Caribbean travel; the reference was misleading. Inside Page 2 -Donations Sought For Auction Page 2 -The Saler Page 3 -A Look At Leisure Page 4 -Blues Zip Blackhawks 2-0 Page 4 -NBA Action UW. Heavy losses in Beirut bombings Space-A Seats Available Space-A Seats Used

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tep Dominican Republic Band -The Dominican Republic Navy Band is appearing tonight at the Clipper Club, 8 11 p.m. This band specializes in merengue music, the soothing rhythm of the islands. The band also plays dance music. Catch the band tomorrow, March 27, 8 -11 p.m., at the Windjamer Club, for their last appearance. Morehead State University -Morehead State University is running their last set of Basic Skills classes in English and math starting April 21 -May 23. The classes are free to active duty military and meet Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 3 -6 p.m., for math and Monday, Tuesdays, and Thursdays for English. Call Lindy, 4307, for required pre-testing information. McDonalds -McDonalds is now hiring for all shifts, early morning, day, evenings and weekends, part-time and fulltime. You may apply at McDonalds daily, 9 a.m. -6 p.m. Expanded Action Chapel Youth Group -See all that dirt on your car? The Expanded Action Chapel Youth Group will wash your car Saturday, March 29, for a donation. Come on by and share your spirit of giving in front of the NEX Laundramat. CPO Club Advisory Board Meeting -The CPO Club Advisory Board is meeting Tuesday, April 1, in the Goat Locker Lounge, 3 p.m. All Advisory Board members or their assigned alternates are required to attend. Navy Exchange -The Naval Resale Activity is holding a Red Cross fund raising campaign with a variety of foods on sale and dunk tank fun in front of the NEX Main Retail Store Saturday, March 29, 10 a.m. 2 p.m. Everyone is invited. Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre -The Guantanamo Bay Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting Tuesday, April 1, 7 p.m., in the W.T. Sampson Elementary School Amphitheatre. For more information, call Rich Kusnierek, 3911 AT. Officers Hail and Farewell -Join the "Caribbean Cruise" at the Deer Point Officer's Club, Saturday, April 5, 6:30 p.m. Dance to a live Jamaican band, drink a rum punch and bid farewell to departing friends and say hello to new friends. There will be lots of free surprises. Tickets are available through command reps and at the club. Call Kathi, 3812, for a table reservation. Navy Exchange -When the blue light flashes in your Main Navy Exchange or NEX Annex Leeward Point, you have great savings waiting for you. Stop in and check it out. It might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. You may save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, there is gold under the blue lights. Items for sale under the blue light special are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. All sales are final, no rain checks, nor can the items be put on layaway. Easter Sunrise Service -Easter Sunrise Service is being observed on MICalla Hill, Sunday, March 30, 6:00 a.m. Breakfast will follow the service at the Dear Point Officers Club. Tickets for the breakfast are $2 for adults, and $1 for children under 12, in advance; $2.50 and $1.25 respectively at the door. Tickets are available at the Chaplain's Office now and going fast. Everyone is invited. Please buy your tickets in advance, so the food preparers may plan. alig 0azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. Jon Cndon, USM. Cruander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. (lar. Rick Fischer, US .Public Affairs Officer J01 Stacey Byington .Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil (Chilly eau,.N.Managing Editor J03 Ten iThmas, USN .Assistant Editor S Kim Fields.1l.staff Assistant Mrs. Diane AMinan.Sescretor Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efisuff.Prodiction Assistant Mrs. NnPonHll.".Feature Writer .atan .bi .Stuent Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez ...Sbxlnt Staff Assistant Lt. (her. J. Ed Waller, III.Reservist Suprt JCX Gry Mnich .eservist Sport 'The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, murder the direction of the public affairs officer. 'le Daily G zette is printed five times a wek at government expense on government equignent, at the Navy Publications and Printim Service Branch Office. The opinions an statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Dpartnant or Cnartner, U.S. Naval Base. -Donations sought for auctionThe W. T. Sampson High School Booster Club is seeking donations from the Guantanamo Bay community for the annual Time and Talent Auction, Friday, April 18. The Booster Club is a recently formed organization of concerned community members dedicated to raising funds to provide support for school activities and educational needs for all students. If you would like to donate a service or article to be auctioned off, please contact h e SJaler VA' AUTOS '80 Chevy Chevette, automatic transmission, two-door hatchback, engine very good condition, runs excellent. Must sell. Low mileage, new seat covers, spare tire in good condition, asking $1200 neg. Call ET2 Schenck at 4435 or 2184 AT. '78 Ford pickup with camper top, a/t, p/s, p/b, a/c, trailer hitch, tow package, 76,500 miles. Good condition, $3200. Call 3745 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '84 Honda Aero 80 scooter, sturdy metal baskets front and rear, new lock system, excellent running condition. Will sell for $700 or consider trade for car or station wagon in good running condition. Call 2593 AWH. '83 Honda Night Hawk 450, low mileage, excellent condition, windshield and luggage rack, $1500 firm. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. Suzuki TC 185, very reliable, runs great, fifth street gears and five dirt gears, just inspected, $350. Call Don at 4721 DWH or 3891 AWH. '83 Honda Goldwing Aspencade, fully dressed, Price neg. Call 3299 AWH. Free motorcycle helmet if you buy '84 Honda Areo 125, $850. Runs great. Call Steve at 4241 DWH or 3952 AWH. '81 Yamaha 850 Special, $1200. Call 2982 AWH. AUTO ACCESSORIES Two new 165R15 Firestone radial tire and rim, $40 each; two used 165R15 Sears radial tire and rim, $15 each; one FR78-15 Uniroyal steel-belted radial tire and rim, $20. Call 4930 DWH or 3261 AWH. Transmission, standard '73 VW squareback, $75. Call 4930 DWH or 3261 AWH. 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 canopy top, $2200. Call 4702 DWH or 2937 AWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Sansui stereo receiver, 8080 Dolby system, 100 watts, six speakers can be used, $200. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217. Audio frequency equalizer, 10-band per channel, HEQ-7000, 8 volts/rms, $150; Sansui G-5700 75 watts per channel into 8 OHMS Dolby system, two sets of speakers can be used, $200. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217. Akai GX-4000 reel-to-reel tape deck, 7" reels, have three 7" reel tapes extra, mixing, recording, stereo or mono, just out of the box, used once, brand new, $350. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217. RCA color TV, 80 channels direct line in for VCR, 15" diagonal, $350. Call MS2 Pilant at BEQ Room P207 or 2860 or 2217. Commodore SX-64 portable computer (disk drive and monitor combined), Dot Matrix printer, two joysticks, and misc. software, $500. Call 2414 ANH. WANTED Looking for mature adult to share expenses in the purchase of a boat. I leave GlMO in Feb. 1988. Call P01 Delanney at 4734 DWH or 3218 AWH. Women's swimming cap for daily swimmer. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWH. Teen babysitter in my home some weekends and Defex nights for two boys age 18-months and three years. Must be at least 15 years old. Call Margaret after 5 p.m. at 3752. Serious inquiries only. Experienced person to repair a microwave. Serious inquiries only. Call 3231 AT. Compact station wagon or hatchback model 1978 or newer in good working condition. Call 3745 AWH. FURNITURE Pair of matching arm chairs, blue, $90; Italian style arm chair, wooden with blue upholstery $40. Call 3284. auction committee manbers Joyce Becker, 3602; John Howard, 6119; Cindy Keefover, 3474; Mrs. Armstrong, at the high school office. This is a community event for all kids. Let us all work together to support our children. I 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 26, 1986 MISCELLANEOUS One Pentax Me camera; couch; one chair; one rock Call Dennis at 4644 DWH or 4286 after 5 p.m. Stenograph machine, includes case and tripod, $100; exercise bike, $50. Call 2899 in the afternoon. Dress blues and whites, pants size 331, jumpers size 421. Call Laura at 6036 or 6037 DWH. Waterproof crib mattress, like new, $35; hand crocheted christening outfit with blanket, never used, $30. Call Saundra at 4513 DWH or 2627 AWH. Two pram dresses, one wh size 7, one pink size 9/10, both only worn once. Will sell for $50 each. Call Paul at 3943 AWH. Wash khakis in good condition needed for play production. Need shirts sizes 14-14 1/2 small, or 15-15 1/2 medium, slacks or shorts sizes in waist, 27", 29", 30" and 38", garrison caps. Also need 18 small hand-held American flags. Call Valerie at 2144. One wooden workbench, $15. Call 3284. APPLIANCES Sears Kenmore heavy duty washer, white and runs excellent, $100. Call 2258 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 12,000 BTU, one Whirlpool 8,000 BTU, both with energy saver settings and excellent condition, asking $375. Call 6463 AT. Fedders 12,000 BTU, $125; Fedders 5 to 7,000 BTU, $115; Whirlpool automatic on/off 5,000 BTU, $140. Call 3284. PETS Free to a good home. adorable kittens abandoned their mother in the walls of the Officer's Club. Blue eyes, light gray tiger stripes. One male, one female. Call Lori at 3812 or Robin at 2531 DWH or 4884 AWH. FOUND Found in front of Tierra Kay housing alongside road a motorcycle helmet on Sunday, March 23. Call EN1 Greer at 6237 DWH or 2437 AWH to claim. LOST Lost at Ferry Landing on Saturday, March 15, the "Miz" half of a Miz/Paz necklace. It looks like half of broken circle. If you fo it or know who did, please call Valerie at 3630 AWH or 4241 DWH. SPORTING GOODS One 12-speed bike, 1985 Fuji Allegro with Zefal air punp, 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.

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,.:. Y _. A look at leisure *ecreation Services New addition to staff Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Sports shorts Mary Kay Elsener Youth activities prepares for upcoming event By Mary Kay Elsener March is a month for new beginnings. Youth Activities had new beginnings of their own. The base schools in accordance with Youth Activities will be holding the first Guantanamo Bay Fitness Challenge. The Fitness Challenge is similar to the Presidents Physical Fitness Test with added fun events. All the children will be eligible for Navy wide excellence awards on physical fitness and scholastic performances. All children will receive a participant awards patch. The fitness challenge was developed to increase the awareness amoung Navy Youth .the area of physical ness. Recent studies have shown that the fitness of children is poor. The goal of this program is to get the Navy youth active and for them to build physical fitness skills they can use throughout their lives. The challenge will be held four times a year, once each quarter. Breaking up the quarterly challenges, special events will be held with Youth Activities and the comunity to promote physical fitness. Volunteers are needed to help with the challenge in June. For more information, 11 Mary Kay Elsener, 3195 2450. Weekly catch If you have particularly good luck catching fish in Guantanamo Bay waters, please submit information about your catch to the "Leisure" editor, Terri Edison, 3245 or in writing to the editor of the Daily Gazette. Guantanamo Bay would like to welcome aboard Mary Kay Elsener, Recreation Services' new Youth Director. Mary Kay says she is looking forward to working in GTMO, and adds, "The Recreation Services Department at Guantanamo Bay is expanding at a rapid rate, especially in the area of Youth Activities. "This will be a great place to learn and grow as a recreational professional." Mary Kay has had some experience working with youth. "Our future lies in the success of our youth -physically, mentally, psychologically and socially. I hope to be a_ positive influence on the children here with the programming we provide for them." One of the Youth Activities programs in the works is Fun and Fitness. This program consists of a Fun and Fitness Challenge that will be run four times a year. Mary Kay has several goals she wishes to accomplish while she is here in GTMO. "I want to offer more special events that will include the whole family. Family activities are very important for children. "I also want to improve some of the existing programs, facilities and equipment. The former Youth Director, Susan Yaeger, did an excellent job establishing Youth Activiites. I hope to improve on what she started." Mary Kay has plans to develop more special interest programs. These include aerobics, craft classes, and dance. "Another one of my goals is to establish safety consciousness in our youth. This can be done by proper training of the staff, having safe equipment and established rules." "I want to establish good sportsmanship in our youth sports programs among the participants, parents and coaches. This includes proper training for all volunteer coaches." She is interested in the youth of Guantanamo Bay. "I want to teach our youth basic fundamentals, skills and knowledge of the programs offered. I want to keep the lines of communication open between leaders, participants and parents. "I hope to instill the qualities of poise, pride, enthusiasm, organization, dependability, positive attitudes, creativity, confidence, honesty, responsibility and safety skills in the children of Guantanamo Bay." Mary Kay graduated from the University of Nebraska in 1985 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Recreation. She completed intership requirements at U.S. Naval Station Lemoore, Calif., maintaining the Youth and Summer Aquatics Program. She comes to Guantanamo Bay highly qualified, and with great plans for the youth of the base. Golf Shack Easter breakfast For the golfing enthusiasts, the Golf Shack is sponsoring an Easter Breakfast Special. For $1.50 you can get two eggs, bacon, sausage, ham, hashbrowns, two slices of toast and coffee. Come on down and enjoy breakfast and a game of golf. An Easter Egg Hunt will be held March 27 and 28 at Deer Park for both preschoolers and children 3 to 5 that regularly attend the Nursery School. An Easter Party will follow the egg hunt at the center. For Leeward residents, an Easter Egg Hunt and a skating party will be held at the Recreation Hill Courts on March 29. There will be food, drink and music at a cost of $2.50. Spend a weekend aboard Golden Anchor Have you experienced the newest leisure activity in GTMO? Spend a relaxing weekend aboard the Golden Anchor with the cool Caribbean breeze in your face and see how wonderful it can be. Saturdays and Sundays are designated for either group charter/community fishing, depending on reservation type scheduled. For $12.50 per person for a five-hour trip, you are supplied with rod, reel, bait and tackle, and a chance to test your skill. Charter the boat for a special group or command, or bring the family and friends for a community fishing trip. Reservations for group charters can be made by visiting or calling the Marina at 2345. Activities close for inventory All Recreation Services re-sale activities will be secured on Monday, 31 March, until the re-sale inventory has been completed. Congratulations -Guantanamo Bay Intercommand Basketball Champions. Great playing by both teams at the Tidewater Playoffs: Women2nd Place Men3rd Place. Intercommand Golf --Intercommand Golf begins Wednesday, April 9. Get ready for another exciting season. Softball Officials Clinic -The Softball Officials Clinic begins Friday, April 11, through Monday April 14. Sign up now so you can get ASA certified! Call 2560 to sign up. A rules clinic will also be held on Monday, April 14 for all players and coaches. This is your chance to become a certified softball official for Recreation Services Guantanamo Bay. Intercommand Softball Meeting -There is a Intercoimand Softball meeting Wednesday, April 2, at 5:00 p.m., at the Recreation Services Office. All team captains must attend this meeting! Leeward Point Projects Youngsters Fishing Tournament -There is a Youngsters Fishing Tournament planned for Sunday, April 6, 8:00-noon, at the Leeward Point Marina. Fee is $3.50. Prizes to be given for the largest fish caught. It is required that children be accompanied by a parent or guardian. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. Adult Fishing Tournament -There is an Adult Fishing Tournament Friday, April 11, 4:00 p.m. until Sunday, April 13, noon, at the Leeward Point Marina. Fee is $10.00. Cash prizes will be awarded. No spear fishing allowed. For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. Walk/Run Club -Attention Leeward Point residents, the Windward Run/Walk Club is now being organized on the Leeward side. There will be a meeting Tuesday, April 1, 6:00 p.m., at the softball field. Come join the fun and get in shape for the health of it! For more information, contact Rhonda Ryan, 6526. Youth Activities April Is Month Of The Military Child -Watch for events throughout the community and within Recreation Services existing programs for additional information concerning April as the Month of the Military Child. Spring Shine Camp -The Spring Shine Camp is being held Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 4, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and will include many fun activities; crafts, sports, hikes and will conclude with a Hawaiian Luau. The fee for Spring Shine Camp is $30.00 per child and $25.00 for each additional family member. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195 or 2450. Youth Swim Clinic -During the school spring break, Friday, March 31 through Friday, April 4, Recreation Services is offering a Youth Swim Clinic and Mini Swim Meet. The clinic will be teaching the competitive strokes of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle. The clinic will be 10:00-11:00 a.m., at the Como Pool. The fee is $5.00. For more information, call Mary Kay Elsener, 3195 or 2450. Teen Club Luau -Practice your hula skills for the Teen Luau Swim Party Friday, April 4. The party will be held at the Windjammer Pool from '7:30-10:30 p.m. and the fee will be $2.00 per person. activities will include music, games, swimming, calays, prizes and refreshments. Bring a snack to share and save 50 cents on entrance fees. Do not forget to dress Hawaiian. For more information, call Mar Kay Elsener, 3195 or 2450. Swim Classes Beginning Swim Classes For Kids -Swimming classes for kids begins Monday, March 31 through Friday, April 5at Villamar Pool, 9:00-9:45 a.m. Cost of this class is $5.00. Beginning Swim Lessons For Adults -Beginning Monday March 31 through Friday, April 5, the Beginning Swim Lessons at the CPO Club Pool 10:00-10:45 a.m. The cost is $5. Advanced Beginners Swim Classes For Kids -Beginning Monday March 31 through Saturday, April 5, at the Villamar Pool, 10:00-10:45 a.m., is Advanced Beginners Swim Classes for kids. The cost is $5. 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 26, 1986 ii di (

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Blues and Blackhawks tied for first (AP) -Greg Miller's first shutout of the NHL season lifted the St. Louis Blues into a first-place tie with the Chicago Blackhawks in the Norris Division. Miller stopped 33 shots on goal and the Blues shut out the New York Islanders 2-0. Rick Meaghee and Ed Beers got the goals. First place in the Patrick Division changed hands last night. Washington moved one point ahead of the Philadelphia Flyers by drilling the Boston Bruins 6-3. Bengt Gustafsson broke a three-all tie with a goal late in the third period, and Bob Gould scored 12 seconds later for the Capitals. Jim Wiemer's first goal of the NHL season came with three and one-half minutes left and gave the New York Rangers a 5-4 win over the New Jersey Devils. The victory moved the Rangers within one point of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the battle for the last Patrick Division playoff berth. Edmonton beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-2. Mark Messier broke a 2-2 tie with a pair of short-handed goals 30 seconds apart in the second period. Wayne Gretzky had three assists to reach the 200-point level for the third straight year, and for the fourth time in seven seasons. Area athletics 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 may participate. Entry fee is $3 each. There will be 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 to be 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 Friday, April 11, by calling 6526. Football -Adult Pass Punt and Kick Contest is being held 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. 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. Diving -Swing into Spring PADI Open Water dive special Tuesday, April 1 and Tuesday, April 15. The Open Water dive Classes is offered at Leeward Point. Registration will be at the Leeward Point pool, Tuesdays, April 1 and 15, 4 -5 p.m. For more information, contact J.L. Gibson, 6386 or 6169. Diving -PADI Advance Scuba Course is being offered starting Tuesday, April 15. The cost is $75. For more information, call Bill Diesselhorst at 4353 AT. GBYAA -The GBYAA will hold a monthly meeting Tuesday, April 1, 7 p.m., in Bldg. 203, Naval Station Ordnance. Topics of discussion are the current baseball season, summer events and election of officers for the coming year. If you want a say in how youth sports programs are run, now is your chance. All coaches of this baseball season should make every effort to attend. For more information, call Jim O'Neal, 4679 EWH or 2392 AWH. Barracks Fishing Trip -The Golden Anchor will set out for the high seas on Saturday, April 19, 8 a.m. for all three barracks residents. A fish fry will follow at Windmill Beach. The cost for this day of excitement is $10. Sign up at the Project Player Booth at Gold Hill Barracks with Susan Yaeger. Tennis team members announced (AP/UPI) -The U.S. Federation Cup team members were officially announced yesterday. Team members are Martina Navratilova, Chris Evert-Lloyd Zina Garrison and Pam Shriver. The tournament will be played this July in Czechoslovakia. Navratilova has not been there since she defected from the country 10 years ago. It is not known if she will be granted a visa. For only the first time in eight years, John McEnroe will not compete in the World Championship Tennis Tournament in Dallas. McEnroe says he wants to remain inactive through the event beginning, April 8. Even without McEnroe, the WCT is offering a field. that includes half of the world's top 24 players. Bulls nick Knicks 111-98, Hawks win 97-91 (AP) -Chicago's Orlando Woolridge started an NBA game for the first time since injuring a knee February 19. He scored 22 points and the Bulls broke a five-game losing streak with a 111-98 victory over the New York Knicks. The Bulls and Indiana Pacers are one and one-half games behind Cleveland in their battle for the last Eastern Conference playoff berth. The Cavaliers fell to Atlanta 97-91 last night. Dominique Wilkins scored 34 points in the first three quarters to give the Hawks control of the game. He finished with 36 points and 10 rebounds. Reggie Theus tallied 18 Glimpse Cracker Jack Classic (UPI) -Ralph Houk and Hall of Fame second baseman Billy Herman will be the managers in the annual Cracker Jack Old Timers Baseball Classic. Houk, who skippered the New York Yankees to a pair of world titles, will guide the American League. Herman will pilot the National Leaguers in the five-inning charity exhibition slated for June 23 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. PBA Championship (UPI) -California bowler Mark Baker remains the leader after two rounds of the $235,000 PBA National Championship in Toledo, Ohio. Baker averaged 218 pins over the first 16 games to leave second place Mike Edwards of Tulsha 21 pins behind in the second leg of bowling's triple crown. Namath Dropped (UPI) -ABC reportedly is dropping former New York Jets' quarterback Joe Namath from its Monday night football broadcast team and plans to re-assign fellow Hall of Famer O.J. Simpson to college games. Further reports also suggest that Frank Gifford will surrender his play-by-play job to Al Michaels and became the Monday night commentator. Comeback Pitcher Has Problems (AP) --Pitcher Frank Pastore of the Cincinnati Reds is having trouble with his comeback attempt. Pastore gave up seven runs and eight hits in one and one-third innings of work in an exhibition game Monday. Later he said his elbow was painful and swollen. Doctors removed bone chips from Pastore's elbow last August. Navy Coach Talks To University Of Pittsburgh (AP) -Navy coach Paul Evans spent yesterday talking with officials at the University of Pittsburgh for the second time about their head coach opening. points and 17 assists while sparking Sacramento past the Portland Trail Blazers 116-99. The Kings have a two and one-half game cushion in their drive for the playoffs. Milwaukee reached the 50-win level for the sixth straight season. The Bucks got 24 points from Craig Hodges and 22 from Sidney Moncrief while beating New Jersey 118-105. Albert King scored 34 for the Nets. The Los Angeles Lajas broke their three game I g streak to Denver. James Worthy tossed in 30 points, and L.A. beat the Nuggets 121-115. The Lakers have won 13 of their last 14 games. The loss dropped Denver one and one-half games behind first-place Houston in the Midwest Division. Golden State jumped to a 17-point lead early in the second quarter and held off the Detroit Pistons 125-121. The Warriors have won five of their last six games and they are one-half game behind the Los Angles Clippers as the two teams scrap to avoid last place in the Pac c Division. Houston Rockets cen er Ralph Sampson is not expected to play in the team's next two games. Sampson suffered a sever back bruise in a fall during a game at Boston Garden Monday night. Sampson went to his home in Harrisonburg, Va., rather than accompanying his teammates to Indianapolis for a game tonight. Sampson may rejoin them when the Rockets play the Washington Bullets Saturday night. The Sportsman By Charles Morey (AP) -With the movie box, and the series. Oscars out of the way, it is The old Irish ballad, "The His record for those gaes time to look at another Londonderry Air," tells the was 9-1 and his earned run national pastime, baseball. sad story of "Danny Boy" average was an amazing 1.05 Who will win the diamond leaving home. This may bruise the brain Oscars this year? The Kansas City Royals are of anybody 40 or over, but Pitcher of the year, Dwight happy that "Danny Boy" is Danny Boy credits his success Gooden of the New York Hats, staying. of last fall to a rock group who will win 30 games and The K.C. Danny is Danny called "Survivor," and one of strike out 300 batters. Jackson, the stylish their tapes, called "Eye of Batter of the year, Don left-handed pitcher who is the Tiger." Mattingly of the New York being touted as a top The tape is Jackson' Yankees, who could get 40 candidate. for best southpaw favorite, and he has he home runs, a .340 batting in the American League this since 1982, when he had a average and 146 runs batted year. The Royals themselves 17-3 season in the minor in. go farther, they think he leagues. will be the nu her-one lefty Jackson was going bad in Legal larcenies of the in both leagues. the last month of the 1985 year, the St. Louis Jackson was "Mr. season. He had lost five of Cardinals, who have four or Puzzlement" in pressure games his last six decisions, and five guys capable of running for the Royals at the end of was coming up to that key four feet off the ground. the 1985 season, and in the start against California. Outrage of the year, big money duels of the The morning of the gae, he Joaquin Andujar of the playoffs and World Series. got the tape out of acamet Oakland A's, the first time a On October second, he and put it into his stereo. plate umpire calls ball four allowed the California Angels He played it all morning, on a pitch that is a foot one run in eight and then put it in his car, and outside. two-third innings as the listened to it enroute to the Manager thrown out of games Royals won a 4-1 victory to ball park. When he reached most often, a dead heat take the lead from California the Royals locker room, he put betweenold reliable Earl in the American League West. on a headset and continued to Weaver of Baltimore and On October 13, he listen. promising newcomer Lou bewildered Toronto, 2-0, in The music inspired him Piniella of the Yankees. the fifth game of the plan exactly how he w Top pasta consumer of the American League Pennant pitch, every detail, the year, Tommy Lasorda of the Playoff, to launch the Kansas windup, the release and where Dodgers for his work between City rally for the pennant. the ball would break. April and October, and then Danny started the first Everything cae together. between November and March. game of the World Series and His fast ball popped into Outstanding job of managing gave up two runs to the catcher Jim Sundberg's mitt. from a broadcasting booth, Cardinals but his teammates His slider dipped and Billy Martin of the Yankees. only scored one, and the swerved. His control was Sound effects award of the Royals eventually lost the surgical, he overpowered year, the bleecher bums of game, 3-1. California. Wrigley Field in Chicago. With the Royals trailing Now, here is some bad news Most surprised manager of three games to one, Jackson for American League hitters. the year, Pete Rose of the pitched game five of the Jackson hes a new tape to go Cincinnati Reds the first series on October 24, and with "Eye of the Tiger." It time a St. Bernard is sent tossed a five-hitter. Kansas is the soundtrack of the into the game as a City boat St. Leuis, 6-1, and movie, "Rocky II." Ha thinks pinch-runner from a front-row then won the last two games it will be a knockout tape. Jy 4. Daily Gazette Wednesday, March 26, 1986


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