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.Vol. 42 -- No. 178


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Wednesday, September 17, 1086


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ENews of the bay,


Ship Trip Availability
A ship trip is currently scheduled for Friday through
Monday, Sept. 26 - 29, to Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
People who would like to sign up should take their
paperwork to the Base Personnel Transportation Office
(BPrO) no later than Tuesday, Sept. 23, 4:30 p.m.

Smoking Awareness Seminar
A pre-teen smoking awareness seminar is scheduled for
Thursday, Sept. 18, 7 - 9 pm., at the Family Service Center training room.
The seminar, sponsored by Recreation Services Youth
Activities, will include information on the health
risks associated with smoking.
All pre-teens and their parents are encouraged to
attend. For more information, call 2450.

P Hk Service Hours
MHours of operation for the Central Fidelity Bank are
Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. On military and civilian paydays, the bank is open
from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., and from 3 - 6 p.m.
For more information, call 4372 or 4672.

School Safety
Motorists are reminded that it is illegal to pass a school bus that is boarding or off-loading passengers. Base security is strictly enforcing traffic regulations during the school year. Children are unpredictable and motorists should use extreme caution.

EOD Training
Small boating, swinming and diving will be secured in the vicinity of Phillips Park, from Windmill Point Lighthouse to Buoy 2 to mid-channel, today through Friday, from 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.
New Arrival -- To announce in the paper the newest addition to your family, please submit to the Daily Gazette the parent's full names, the baby's name, the date of birth and weight of the baby.

Parents: EN2 Joseph and EN3 Angela Clark
Baby's Name: Daniel Lee
Born: August 13, 1986
Weight: 7 pounds, 10 ounces



NAVNEWs '86


Missouri Heads Around the World
(LONG BEACH, Calif.) The battleship Missouri (BB 63)
eparted Long Beach Sept. 10 on a three-month
round-the-world shakedown cruise.
Missouri's first port visit outside the United States
will be in Australia where it will take part in
festivities 'celebrating the 75th anniversary of the
Royal Australian Navy.
The around-the-world cruise will test all of
Missouri's capabilities. The battleship, recommissioned May 10, 1986, will return to her temporary homeport in
Long Beach following the cruise.

Enlisted Coissioning Program
(WASHINGTON, D.C.) Applications are now being
accepted for the FY 1987 Enlisted Commissioning Program
(ECP).
ECP allows enlisted personnel with previous college
credit to complete requirements, for a Baccalaureate
Degree and at the same time earn a regular commission
in the Navy.
Participants receive full pay and allowances while
enrolled at a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps host
ollege or university. However, they must pay for
uition and books.
Applicants must be 22 years old, but not older than
32 with four years to 11 years of completed active duty
service.
Applications must be received by the Chief of Naval
Education and Training in Pensacola, Fla., by Nov. 1.
For more information, see OPNAVNOTE 1530 of Aug. 12,
1986 and NAVOP 100/86.
Inside

Page 2 -- Time On Station Requirements
Page 2 H Hispanics in U.S. Military
Page 3 -- The Saler
Page 4 -- Horseback Riding Photo Feature


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Joe Kennedy wins House nomination


(UPI) -- The eldest son of the late Senator Robert Kennedy led from the starting gate in a 10-candidate primary field for the seat of retiring House Speaker Thomas "Tip" O'Neill.
Joseph P. Kennedy II captured the Democratic
nomination for the House seat that launched the political career of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy.
James Roosevelt Jr., the grandson of President Franklin Roosevelt, ran
fourth in the primary.
Kennedy was flanked by his mother, Ethel, and uncle,
Senator Edward Kennedy, when he gave his victory speech, accompanied to the tune of "This Land Is Your Land." His sister, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, won a Democratic
congressional primary in Maryland a week earlier.
The 33-year-old Kennedy had O'Neill's endorsement. After
the election, the 73-year-old House Speaker said he was sad
he is retiring.
Businessman Clark Abt won the GOP primary and will face Kennedy, but is given little chance of winning in the
Democrat-dominated district in November.
Oklahoma businessman David Walters upset Attorney
.General Mike, Turpen in a Democratic rpn-off for Governor. Walters will face
Republican Henry Bellmon, a former governor and senator, in November.
In Washington State, Republican Senator Slade


NASA launches

Atlas rocket

lIFT)- --nThe Space Agency is counting on the launch of a refurbished Atlas rocket
today to lift confidence in the space program along with a multi-million-dollar weather satellite.
The launch will be NASA's second space shot in two weeks. Project officials said last night the rocket should
have no problem boosting the 2,500 pound satellite payload into orbit.
The launch has been put off 16 times during the past year because of a series of administrative changes and
technical troubles.
NASA launched a Delta rocket September 5 from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on a test flight for the strategic
defense initiative, known as "Star Wars." It was the agency's first space success since the January 28
explosion of the Challenger.
Today's launch will be from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
NASA Administrator James Fletcher made a bid for the $8 billion space station in an appearance before a Senate Appropriation Sub-committee yesterday.
Fletcher says America needs
t4 get started on the space station to show that the
nation is moving ahead in space and to let the Russians know "their current advantage will not remain unchallenged."


Gor ton wonre-nomination. Former Congressman Brock Adams, who was President
-Cartef's transportation secretary, won the Democratic nod to challenge Gorton.
Former Delaware Govefncr Pierre Du Pont IV has begun his long-shot Republican bid for the presidency. Du Pont


vows to continue the strong conservative slant of the Reagan administration.
Evangelist Pat Rdbertsoin plans a speech tonight to' outline "conditions to be met Before he formally announces his bid for the 1988! Republican presidential nomination.


Ridin39 and go friends go together -- Christie Baker, and her friend, Buttons, prepare for a ride. See the story, page 4. (Photo by PHl Gary Rice)



Area athletics.

Horseback Riding -- Beginning and Intermediate istern horseback riding lessons are being offered by Recreation Services Wednesday, Sept. 17, 3:30 and 4:45 pm. Two 8-week' sessions will be offered. The classes are open to ages 8-80. Cost is $50 for the first family member and $40 for each
additional member, plus rental of the horse. For more information'or to register, call the Corral, 2381 DWH or Ms. Bernstein, 3788 AWH.

Bowling -- Due to the tremendous response to Rent-A-Lane, Marblehead Bowling Center will continue Rent-A-Lane through September. Rent-A-Lane is held weekdays from 11 a.m. -15 p.m. and the cost is $1 an hour per person.

Bowling -- An organ izationalmeeting- for te-Th-ursda' Night Como Mixed Eeague will be held tomorrow, Sept. 18, 7 p.m., at the Bowling Center. Projected start date of league is Sept. 26, so please attend. Anyone interested in bowling contact Cindy, 3475 AT.


POW/MIA

Recognition Day

Friday,

September 19












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'Luggage Drop-Off At HcCalla Hangar -- Luggage drop-off for the Kingston flight on Sept. 26, will be
at the rear entrance of McCalla Hangar. Please do not leave any luggage inside the hangar the night before, due to NAVSTA Awards Ceremony. For more information, call 4278 or 4901.

Youth Drive -- Youth Activities will conduct a "Celebrate Youth" Drive for the needy Saturday, Sept.
20, at the Navy Exchange parking lot. For more information onhow you can help, call 24-5 or 3195.

"Stay In Shape" Class Schedule -- Due to an air conditioning problem being resolved, class is cancelled until Sept. 22. Thank you for your patience. For more information, call Sylvia at 3742 AWH.

Greek Gyros Have Arrived -- Are you still wondering what it is? Grab a friend and bead to the
Windjammer Club Friday, Sept. 19, 5 - 7 p.m. open to all residents of Guantanamo Bay. Do not be the last to know what a Greek Gyros is. A surprise guest will be on hand to instruct all newcomers to the Greek Gyros.

Pre-Teen Pool Party - Hey pre-teens, a pool party complete with games, snacks and door prizes is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 19, 7:30 - 9:30 p.m., at the CPO Club Pool. The fee is $1 for members and $1.50 for non-members'."'Come on out and join the fun. For more information, call 2450 or 3195.

Dependent Scholarship -- Enlisted dependents, mould you like to attend college, but you just cannot foot the bill? Well, if you fill out a city Colleges of Chicago scholarship application, you could be the lucky winner of a free class. You must sign up before Oct. 8. For more information about this exciting opportunity, call City Colleges of Chicago, 4748.

Christian Fellowship -- The Guantanamo Bay ccmunity gospel choir will be having a Christian Fellowship service for the community Sunday, Sept. 28, noon, at the Leeward Point Chapan Beach Cabana. There will be gospel singing by the choir and gospel preaching and everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, call P03 Lewis, 6272 or 6350.

Home Buyers Seminar -- Is buying a home in your future plans? A three-session program will be offered Thursdays, beginning Sept. 18, 7 - 9:30 p.m. The instructors are Candie Haberman and Pat Henson. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register for this free program.

CPO Hail And Recognition -- Saturday, Sept. 20, CPOs will be recognizing the newly-initiated chiefs. Cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m., dinner begins at 7 p.m. Dancing follows the "One Bell" ceremony at 8:30 and the cake cutting at 9 p.m. Tickets are available from YNC Park, 4366 or 4453, at a cost of $15 per person. Advance ticket sales only.

Computer Users Group -- All interested persons are invited to an organizational meeting of the new Guant.anamo Bay Computer Users' Group, which will be held at the Barrel Club, today, Sept. 17, 7 - 9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss formalization of the user's group and plans for producing a.recreational computer bulletin board. No dues or membership fees. Join now. For more information, call Tom Steward, 4435, or Jeannie Otto, 3719.
m u..


Time on station requirements established


By WCC Louis .Stagger NAS Career Counselor

Ahoy shipmates! Another Wednesday and a couple months into this article series. I really appreciate your support.
This week I would like to discuss one of the changes that will come into effect on Oct. 1 this year. The change is announced in NAVOP 094/86 and deals with transfers
policy.
Every time we move in the Navy, the detailers in
Washington writes a set of orders. Orders cost a lot of dollars. Even if you just came from the far side of the moon, you've heard about all the cost cutting measures
that Congress (and everyone else for that matter) have been trying to make.
Well, the Navy is out to do its fair share at wisely
spending, not only federal dollars, but more important, your tax money. You guessed it, it deals with PCS


(permanent change of station) funds and obligated service.
Basically the Navy is
trying to stabilize its manpower at transfer time by requiring all of its personnel to commit to a
minimum two-year tour upon transfer. That's right, after Oct. 1, we all will have to commit or stay put.
Here is how it works.
1. If you ace transferring overseas, you have to either reenlist or extend your enlistment to cover the tour length required at the overseas station. If you already have enough service to cover the time on your current contract, then do not worry.
2. For transfers back to CONUS, it depends on what you go to. For shore duty we will
have to reenlist, extend, or sign an agreement to cover a two-year tour. If sea duty aboard a ship is where you are going, then a reenlistment, extension, or an
agreement to sign one of those is in order.


However, and that is one big however, if you have sea duty orders to a ship
stateside and have more than a year remaining, you can, on a case by case basis, get the
detailer to waiver the obligated-service requirement.
Seems like the information on how to help make your career smooth is never
ending? In many ways it i. That 'is why I have my position and everyone hadivision career counselo* help. Start now to make your next move a better experience. See your division
career counselor for more details.
The Navy is working hard to make a Navy career a better way of life. So do your bit and help your counselor help you.
That is it for another
week. So until next time, take care, serve proud and be
a good shipnate!


Hispanics in U.S. military, defending freedom

By Tom Price Martinez jumped up and led wounded by a grenade, Keo
AFIS Correspondent , his platoon in an assault, again braved hostile fire to Others followed. When the charge about 25 enemy Continued from Tuesday's attack faltered under soldiers preparing to attack. Daily Gazette withering fire, Martinez The vigor of his assault and again leaped forward and on his well-placed fire killed Proud Hispanics will never two separate occasions jumped four and sent the remainder forget Marcelino Serna. into trenches full of fleeing. Keith was mortally Serna, fighting in the front Japanese defenders and drove wounded. line trenches of France them back. Martinez was More recently, two Hispaduring World War I, shot a killed during the second nics distinguished themselves German soldier who in turn attack, in the service of their shot him. Following a trail Hispanic Americans once country.' Army Staff Sgt. of blood, Serna tracked the again answered their Stephen Trujillo received the wounded German to a dugout country's call during the Silver Star for his actions into which he tossed a con- Korean conflict when nine during the rescue mission on cussion grenade. Twentyfour Hispanics received the Medal Grenada and Air Force Capt. Germans came out. of Honor. Fernando Ribas-Dominicci gave
Another American soldier One group of Puerto Ricans, his life during the raid on arrived and wanted to kill the 65th Infantry Regiment, Libya. the Germans, but Serna was the only all-Hispanic Today, as always, Hispanic reminded him that it was unit to serve in Korea. They Americans are playing against the Geneva Convention arrived in Pusan in September distinguished roles in our to kill prisoners. Serna was 1950 and fought in nine major nation's history. Hispanics awarded the Distinguished campaigns during the were among the first settlers Service Cross for this following three years. The of the southeastern and exploit and before the end of unit earned a Presidential southwestern states, and the war, added the French Unit Citation, a Meritorious their contributions have Croix de Guerre, the Victory Unit Commendation and two helped shape America's unique Medal with three bars and two Republic of Korea Unit Cita- culture. Purple Hearts. tions. Individuals accounted Hispanics have given us not
More than 25,000 Hispanic for four Distinguished only philosophers, statesmen, Americans served in World War Service Crosses and 124 musicians, athletes and II. Among them was Pvt. Jose Silver Stars. Nobel-prize winning scienMartinez, the first Hispanic Hispanics served in all tists, but also generals, Medal of Honor recipient of military units on the ground, admirals and 37 Medal o that war. in the air and at sea during Honor winners, more
During a battle for the the Vietnam War. Twelve proportion to theio Aleutian Islands, Martinez Hispanic Americans were population than any other and his unit were pinned down awarded the Medal of Honor. ethnic group. There can be no by Japanese small arms, Among them was Marine Lance question that Hispanic machine guns and mortars. Cpl. Miguel Keith. Americans have always Keith, despite painful defended this nation with wounds, exposed himself pride and courage. repeatedly to gunfire in an
attempt to stop the enemy
from reaching the command
Ot t post. After being further 1.0


Daily gazette


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

Capt. John Cordon, USN..............r mand er, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Bob Hines, US ....................Public Affairs Officer
JOC G ary nith, USN........... Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J0iSta yirtn, USN.....................Manaing Editor
J03 Te .. ... .........................Staf Asistant
SN Kim Fields, USN .............................. Staff Assistant
JOA Juan haona, USN..........................Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship ar station newspaers uder the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five ties a week at government ex t, on goverr~t equignent, at.the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions.arnd stateasmts that.apper ein are not to be construed as official, or as the official-views of the Navy Department or Ca.mander, U.S..Naval Base. Te Public Affairs office is on the first floor of Buildig 760 (Amin Hill). If you need assistance, please call us at 481 or 4502.


Civilian recognition

There was a civilian personnel awards ceremony in Capt. John Condon's office today.
Outstanding Performance
Jane Titus, (Supply)
Sustained
Superior Performance
Karen Sparks
(_rD Housing)Sandy Bell (CCMNAVBASE)


2Daily Gazette Wednesday, September 17, 1986


W.T. Sampson High School
School Year Calendar For 1986/87

Oct. 13.............Columbus Day ...... No School
Nov. 11............Veterans Day ...... No School
Nove 27-28 .........Thanksgiving ...... Recess
Dec. 24-Jan. 4 ..... Christmas..........Recess
Jan. 5.............Instruction Resumes
Jan. 19............Martin Luther King Day...No School
Feb. 16 ............ Presidents Day .... No School
Apr. 17-20..........Spring Recess
May 25............Manorial Day ...... No School
Jun. 18.............Last Day of School for Students






















Sumnit on 8 I/2uXl1l sheet of paper. must be signed and havea phone number. Bring to PAO Office, Bldg.
760, Admin Hill. Phone 4502 or 4819.


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AUTOS
'74 Cadillac with extra upholstering material. Call Frank at 4864 AWH, Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A.

'78 Lincoln Continental, needs battery and stop switch. Call Frank at 4864 AWH. Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A.

'77 Pontiac Astra station
wagon, great gas mileage, very dependable and clean.
,W front seat covers, oil mnge and radiator flush applies included, $1,200. Call 4896 AWH.

'73 Dodge, four-door, runs excellent, inspection good until April '87, tuned up this August. Asking $500 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m.

'71 Ford Galaxy 500, automatic transmission, AM/FM
radio, cassette stereo, clean, inspection good until. Sept. '87. Just tuned up.
Asking $600 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m.

'73 DatSun station wagon,
engine needs head gasket, will sell for parts or as is.
Asking $300 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m.

'78 Plymouth Volari station wagon, very good condition, inspection good through Aug. '87. Call 3122 AT.

'73 Ford LTD, nine passenger station wagon, rebuilt transmission, power steering, power brakes, automatic. Not
a "GTMO Special." Inside in top condition, $1,000. Sil able now. Call 4180.

0OInternational pickup
truck, 3/4-ton, four-speed, overload springs, $1,000. Available now. Call 4180.

'64 Barracuda, classic push button automatic
transmission. All body work just completed, factory paint
just arrived. Asking $1,000. Available now. Call 4180.

'78 Chevy Caprice station wagon, runs good, $1,000. Call Mike at 4126 DWH.

71 . qon, new

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'77 Honda Accord, plus spare parts, $1,200. Call Leon at, 2269 or 2284 DWH and AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'82 Suzuki GSIIOOGK2, fully dressed, $3,000 neg. Includes two helmets, two rain suits, one rip-stop nylon bike cover, cruise control, two helmet locks, tool kit, sheepskin seat cover (brand new), 12,500 miles, air shocks front and rear. Call Gene or Laureen at 6440 EWH or 2649 AWH.

'84 Aero 125, low mileage, tan in color, $800. Call Paul at 3477 AWH or 4196 UWH.

'85 Suzuki GS70OES, 1,400 miles, like new, $3,225 or best offer. Call Murf at 6235 DWH or 2194 AWH.


'83 Honda 750 Shadow, new tires, ignition, other new parts. Two helmets (never. been used), $1,000. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH.

'81 Yahama 400, original owner, blue trunk, two helmets, $800. Call 3475 AT.
.MISCELLANEOUS
Baby items; maternity clothes (size 12-16) , and various household items. Call 4581 AT.

One 13" television; assortment of golf clubs and bag; Panasonic radio and stereo. Call Frank at 4864 AWH. Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A.

One Eureka tank-type vacuum cleaner with attachments, $15. One electric ice cream freezer, $10. Call 4683 DWH or 4223 AWH.

Weight bench and 200 pounds of weights, $80. Call Murf at 6235 UWH or 2194 AWH.

Lawn mower for parts, $25. Heavy duty barbeque grill, $25. Call Sheila at 4102 DWH or 2616 AWH.

Pet carrier. Secure airline approved. Holds large cat or small dog, $25. Call 4743 AT.

Plants. Prices between $1 $5. Call 4743 AT.

Bowling ball. Ladies
,e-.L~fbd ball, used twice, 15. Call 4743 AT.

justable weights with 220 unds weight, two bar bells, ':.o dumbells, one curling S , $100. Call Billy at 4698 or 4954 between 2 - 10

lawn mowers, run great,.
A4 condition, no rust, no
chanical problems. Call 49 AWH or 6440 DWH.

.q 12x9 brown rug with pad, 45; bar on wheels, $15; lowing machine, $14.95. Call John at 4954 AT.
APPLIANCES
and dryer, like new,


$175 separately or $335 together. Available Oct. 3. Call 3361 AT.

Upright 27.4 cu.ft. freezer,
very good condition, $450 or best offer. Call 3361 AT.

Whirlpool heavy duty type washer and dryer. Washer, $250, dryer, $150. Would prefer sell.ing as a set, $375. Call 4479 DWH or 4895
AWH.

Washing machine for parts,
$35. Call Sheila at 4102 DWH or 2616 AWH.

Microwave oven, like new. Amana ;adarange, plus convection oven. Includes operators manual and recipe book, $150. Call 4743 AT.

Small refrigerator, perfect for barracks, $100. Call Buck at 4954 1WH or 4651 AWH.

Whirlpool white refrigerator and freezer, good condition, $125. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.

Little Litton microwave with clock, adjustable heat
settings, 24-hr. timer, like new, $250. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.

Sanyo mini-refrigerator and freezer, adjustable temp. settings, excellent condition, $125. Call Billy
at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2
- 10 p.m.

Toastmaster toaster oven, settings for bake and broil, $20. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.

Waring blendor, seven-speed, comes apart for easier
cleaning, used only a few times, $10. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 10 p.m.

Electric five-quart ice cream maker, never used, $20. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.

Amana refrigerator, copper in
color, good condition, $179.95. Call John at 4954 AT.
BICYCLES
Boys Huffy bike, good condition, $45; mens 10-speed bike, good condition, $60 or best offer. Call 3361 AT.

One boys 26" 10-speed; two
ladies 26" three-speed. Asking $25 each. Call 4743 AT.
AIR CONDITIONERS
Two Fedders 11,000 BTUs, $150 or best offer. Available Oct.
3. Call 3361 AT.

One 24,400 BTU, 220 volt, good condition, runs quick, cools outstanding and looks good too, $300. Call Gunnery Sgt. Bishop at 2664 or 2613
UKH.
DIVE GEAR
Dacor (large) BC, Dacor 950XL regulator with console, includes depth gauge,
pressure gauge, temperature, and compass, two knives, two weight belts, two pair fins, two snorkels, two masks, two pairs of dive boots, 80' aluminum tank, game bag, and large gear bag. All in excellent condition, less than one year old. All for
$600. Call 4822 DWH or 2639 AWH.

Sherwood Magnum regulator; Sherwood depth and pressure
gauge; compass; Techni-Pro vest (large); 80 tank; Dacor Turbo 3 fins; weight belt with 10-pound weights, $350. Dacor vest (small), with waist belt, new with tags, $170. Call 3549 AT.


STREO EQUIPMNT
Stereo speakers KLH sixes, three-way speakers, 29 1/2" x 22", good bass, $40 for pair. Call 4896 AWH.

Mediterranean style Cape Hart console AM/FM radio. LP 75/45 records and 8-track stereo.
Great in large room. Top worn, but works well. Asking $50. Call 4743 AT.

Bass and Yamaha amp., great
condition, $150. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH.

Sansui 5-band equalizer with reverb., spectrum analyzer
mic. and guitar jacks, $60. Sansui turntable, works but needs minor repair, $30.
-Sansui integrated amp., 80 watts channel, works, but needs minor repair, $30. Take all three components for $100. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.

Panasonic compact stereo with
8-track tape recorder and player, two speakers included, $150. Call 3886 AT.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
Rickenbacker #4001 bass guitar, sky blue with white trim and hard shell case,
$400 firm. Call Paul at 4196 EJH or 3477 AWH.

One black Westone electric
guitar with case and strap. Excellent condition, only one year old. Asking $175. Call 4351 IDH.
TELEVISION
Console 23" Sylvania,
excellent condition, four year old, paid $800, will
sell for $350. Call Marie, 4172/4174 DWH or 3670/4895 AWH.

Magnavox 13" color TV, one year old, $150 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m.

Zenith 25" color console TV, mono or stereo capabilities, hookup for two sets of speakers, 24-hour timer,
remote control, one year old, excellent condition. Asking $500. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 - 10 p.m.
FURNITURE
Five-piece couch set, $100;
padded 6 ft. bar with three stools, $200 or will sell
couch and bar together for $250. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m.

Blue floral Early American
couch, excellent condition, $200. Brown and tan queen size hide-a-bed couch with matching love seat, good condition, $200. Single bed mattress, box spring and frame, $20. Call 2239 AWH.

Six-piece living room set, $250. Five-piece dining room set, $35. Call Sheila at 4102 LWH or 2616 AWH.

Gold tweed Lazy Boy recliner, big and comfortable, $50. Call 4743 AT.

George Bent Early American platform rocker, dark red, print loose cushions. Easy to recover, $25. Call 4743 AT.

Coffee table, Birds Eye, maple drop leaf, opens to 53"x33" oval. Asking $50. Call 4743 AT.

End table with drawer, Birds Eye maple, $50. Call 4743 AT.

Two ladder back chairs, woven seats, $20 each. Call 4743 AT.

Bookcase, wooden, three open shelves, 27"hx26"w (unit size), 12 1/2" between shelves. Asking $10. Call 4743 AT.


Daily Gazette Wednesday, September 17, 1986 3


Water bed, super single, good; condition, $100. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH.

Handcrafted pine shelf unit, dark stain finish with locking door; handcrafted pine clothes closet, two shelves and hangar with locking door; handcrafted pine combination end table and storage cabinet. Must see to appreciate, $350 for all three. Price neg. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2
- 10 p.m.

Brown love seat, $50. Call John at 4954 AT.
SERVICES
Music lessons. The new season is now beginning for piano and voice students. To schedule your lesson time, please call Mrs. Carol Nichols, 3552 AT.
BOATS
15' Bass boat, 48hp Mariner engine, new carpet, new rack and pinion steering, new Sears trolling motor, new Sears cover, on trailer, $2,500. Available now. Call 4180.

24x14 barrel boat, very clean. Must see to appreciate. Many extras. Asking $1,300. Call 3340.
FOUND
Set of keys with large happy face ring at Radio Point area. Call 4579 to identify.
WANTED
A 35hp or more boat motor. Call 3340.
LOST
Lost my blue wallet Sept. 12. If found, please call CMCA Mark Good at 4706 DWH.
ELECTRONIC EQI PIENT
Zenith portable VHS with remote control, excellent condition, $400. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2
- 10 p.m.
SEWING MACHINE
Singer sewing machine, like new, many extras, $125. Call 3886 AT.



Don't abandon

your pets

Pet owners leaving
Guantanamo Bay must make proper arrangements for their pets prior to their departure.
Owners will ensure that their pet is taken with them to their new duty station, a new home is found for their pet, or that the animal is turned into the base pound. Base pound personnel will attempt to find new homes for unwanted animals. Failing that, the animal will be painlessly euthani zed.
Under no circumstances will animals simply be set free to run wild and fend for themselves. These animals quickly turn into a public health threat, often reproduce indiscriminately, and often die a painful death of disease or trauma. Setting an animal "free" is not a humane method of discharging your responsibilities of being a good pet owner.











Riding, a good way to make friends


There was plenty of horsing around Saturday at the 1986 Fall Horse Show at the Guantanamo Bay arena.
Sponsored and organized by the Caribbean Saddle Club, the event is held twice yearly and is open to all Guantanamo residents.
Saturday's competition featured ten separate events. Seventeen young
entrants competed for ribbons in beginner/intermediate and advanced categories, according to their levels of competence as horseback riders.
"Riding is a lot of fun, and it's a good way to make friends," Christie Baker, 10, one of the contestants, said. "It's a good hobby and a good way to stay out of trouble."
Baker was a blue ribbon winner in the beginner/intermediate showmanship event with her leased horse, Buttons. She has been riding since October, and says she is going


to talk her dad into buying her a horse when the family returns to the states. Phillip Baker is a civilian employee in the Public Works Department.
"It's not very hard to learn to ride," Christie says, "as long as you can learn the horse's tricks and control him or her."
Prior to the show, Christie gave Buttons a bubble bath, brushed her down and checked to make sure her hooves were clean. She says that
taking good care of a horse is very important, and riders should nt neglect their duties to th animals. A About her blue ribbon performance,
Christie says she was both pleased and surprised.
"I'm glad I won something," the
young equestrienne said, "but I would have had fun even if I had lost. I just like to ride!" -


Story and photos by PH1 Gary Rice


Christie shows her affection as Buttons models ber newly-won blue ribbon.


Part or every pre-ride inspection: Chmristie inspects Buttons hooves and cleans them.


Christie and Buttons wait their turn to show the judges their skill during the shomansbip campetition.


Horse and rider stand fast as ringmaster Jenni Berger evaluates the horse.


4 Daily Gazette Wbddnesday, September 17, 1986




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@1ow0,tte Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, September 17, 1986 E News of the bay TS Ship Trip Availability A ship trip is currently scheduled for Friday through Monday, Sept. 26 -29, to Ocho Rios, Jamaica. People who would like to sign up should take their paperwork to the Base Personnel Transportation Office (BPTO) no later than Tuesday, Sept. 23, 4:30 p.m. Smoking Awareness Seminar A pre-teen smoking awareness seminar is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 18, 7 -9 p.m., at the Family Service Center training room. The seminar, sponsored by Recreation Services Youth Activities, will include information on the health risks associated with smoking. All pre-teens and their parents are encouraged to attend. For more information, call 2450. nk Service Hours Hours of operation for the Central Fidelity Bank are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. -3 p.m. On military and civilian paydays, the bank is open from 11 a.m. -1 p.m., ard from 3 -6 p.m. For more information, call 4372 or 4672. School Safety Motorists are reminded that it is illegal to pass a school bus that is boarding or off-loading passengers. Base security is strictly enforcing traffic regulations during the school year. Children are unpredictable and motorists should use extreme caution. EOD Training Small boating, swimming and diving will be secured in the vicinity of Phillips Park, from Windmill Point Lighthouse to Buoy 2 to mid-channel, today through Friday, from 7 a.m. -6 p.m. New Arrival -To announce in the paper the newest addition to your family, please submit to the Daily Gazette the parent' s full names, the baby's name, the date of birth and weight of the baby. Parents: EN2 Joseph and EN3 Angela Clark Baby's Name: Daniel Lee Born: August 13, 1986 Weight: 7 pounds, 10 ounces NAVNEWS '86 Missouri Heads Around the World (LONG BEACH, Calif.) The battleship Missouri (BB 63) eparted Long Beach Sept. 10on a three-month round-the-world shakedown cruise. Missouri's first port visit outside the United States will be in Australia where it will take part in festivities celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Royal Australian Navy. The around-the-world cruise will test all of Missouri's capabilities. The battleship, recomrnissioned May 10, 1986, will return to her temporary homeport in Long Beach following the cruise. Enlisted Commissioning Program (WASHINGTON, D.C.) Applications are now being accepted for the FY 1987 Enlisted Commissioning Program (ECP). ECP allows enlisted personnel with previous college credit to complete requirements. for a Baccalaureate Degree and at the same time earn a regular commission in the Navy. Participants receive full pay and allowances while enrolled at a Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps host ollege or university. However, they must pay for uition and books. Applicants must be 22 years old, but not older than 32 with four years to 11 years of completed active duty service. Applications must be received by the Chief of Naval Education and Training in Pensacola, Fla., by Nov. 1. For more information, see OPNAVNOTE 1530 of Aug. 12, 1986 and NAVOP 100/86. Inside Page 2 -Time On Station Requirements Page 2 -Hispanics in U.5 Military Page 3 -The Saler Page 4 -Horseback Riding Photo Feature (IPI) -The eldest son of the late Senator Robert Kennedy led from the starting gate in a 10-candidate primary field for the seat of retiring House Speaker Thanas "Tip" O'Neill. Joseph P. Kennedy II captured the Democratic nomination for the House seat that launched the political career of his uncle, President John F. Kennedy. James Roosevelt Jr., the grandson of President Franklin Roosevelt, ran fourth in the primary. Kennedy was flanked by his mother, Ethel, and uncle, Senator Edward Kennedy, when he gave his victory speech, accompanied to the tune of "This Land Is Your Land." His sister, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, won a Democratic congressional primary in Maryland a week earlier. The 33-year-old Kennedy had O'Neill's endorsement. After the election, the 73-year-old House Speaker said he was sad he is retiring. Businessman Clark Abt won the GDP primary and will face Kennedy, but is given little chance of winning in the Democrat-dominated district in November. Oklahoma businessman David Walters upset Attorney General Mike Turpen in a Democratic run-off for Governor. Walters will face Republican Henry Bellmon, a former governor and senator, in November. In Washington State, Republican Senator Slade NASA launches Atlas rocket (UPI) -The Space Agency is counting on the launch of a refurbished Atlas rocket today to lift confidence in the space program along with a multi-million-dollar weather satellite. The launch will be NASA's second space shot in two weeks. Project officials said last night the rocket should have no problem boosting the 2,500 pound satellite payload into orbit. The launch has been put off 16 times during the past year because of a series of administrative changes and technical troubles. NASA launched a Delta rocket September 5 from Cape Canaveral, Fla., on a test flight for the strategic defense initiative, known as "Star Wars." It was the agency's first space success since the January 28 explosion of the Challenger. Today' s launch will be from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. NASA Administrator James Fletcher made a bid for the $8 billion space station in an appearance before a Senate Appropriation Sub-committee yesterday. Fletcher says America needs to get started on the space station to show that the nation is moving ahead in space and to let the Russians know "their current advantage will not remain unchallenged." Gorton won re-nomination. Former Congressman Brock Adams, who was President -Carter's transportation secretary, won the Democratic nod to challenge Gorton. Former Delaware Governor Pierre Du Pont IV has begun his long-shot Republican bid for the presidency. Du Pont vows to continue the strong conservative slant of the Reagan administration. Evangelist Pat Robertson plans a speech tonight to outline conditions to be met before he formally announces his bid for the 1988' Republican presidential nomination. xing and go friends go together -Christie Baker, and her friend, Buttons, prepare for a ride. See the story, page 4. (Photo by PH1 Gary Rice) Area athletics Horseback Riding -Beginning and Intermediate Western horseback riding lessons are being offered by Recreation Services Wednesday, Sept. 17, 3:30 and 4:45 p.m. Two 8-week sessions will be offered. The classes are open to ages 8-80. Cost is $50 for the first family member and $40 for each additional member, plus rental of the horse. For more information'or to register, call the Corral, 2381 DWH or Ms. Bernstein, 3788 AWH. Bowling -Due to the traendous response to Rent-A-Lane, Marblehead Bowling Center will continue Rent-A-Lane through September. Rent-A-Lane is held weekdays from 11 a.m. -'5 p.m. and the cost is $1 an hour per person. Bowling -An organizational meeting for the Thursday Night Cano Mixed League will be held tomorrow, Sept. 18, 7 p.m., at the Bowling Center. Projected start date of league is Sept. 26, so please attend. Anyone interested in bowling contact Cindy, 3475 AT. POW/MIA Recognition Day Friday, September 19 Vol. 42 -No. 178 Joe Kennedy wins House nomination

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Time on station requirements established the Luggage Drop-Off At McCalla Hangar -Luggage drop-off for the Kingston flight on Sept. 26, will be at the rear entrance of MCalla Hangar. Please do not leave any luggage inside the hangar the night before, due to NAVSTA Awards Ceremony. For more information, call 4278 or 4901. Youth Drive -Youth Activities will conduct a "Celebrate Youth" Drive for the needy Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Navy Exchange parking lot. For more information on how you can help, call 245 or 3195. "Stay In Shape" Class Schedule -Due to an air conditioning problem being resolved, class is cancelled until Sept. 22. Thank you for your patience. For more information, call Sylvia at 3742 AWH. Greek Gyros Have Arrived -Are you still wondering what it is? Grab a friend and head to the Windjammer Club Friday, Sept. 19, 5 -7 p.m. Open to all residents of Guantanamo Bay. Do not be the last to know what a Greek Gyros is. A surprise guest will be on hand to instruct all newcomers to the Greek Gyros. Pre-Teen Pool Party -Hey pre-teens, a pool party complete with games, snacks ard door prizes is scheduled for Friday, Sept. 19, 7:30 -9:30 p.m., at theCPO Club Pool. The fee is $1 for members and $1.50 for non-members. Come on out and join the fun. For more information, call 2450 or 3195. Dependent Scholarship -Enlisted dependents, would you like to attend college, but you just cannot foot the bill? Well, if you fill out a city Colleges of Chicago scholarship application, you could be the lucky winner of a free class. You must sign up before Oct. 8. For more information about this exciting opportunity, call City Colleges of Chicago, 4748. Christian Fellowship -The Guantanamo Bay community gospel choir will be having a Christian Fellowship service for the community Sunday, Sept. 28, noon, at the Leeward Point Chapnan Beach Cabana. There will be gospel singing by the choir and gospel preaching and everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, call P03 Lewis, 6272 or 6350. Home Buyers Seminar -Is buying a home in your future plans? A three-session program will be offered Thursdays, beginning Sept. 18, 7 -9:30 p.m. The instructors are Candie Haberman and Pat Henson. Call the Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153, to register for this free program. CPO Hail And Recognition -Saturday, Sept. 20, CPs will be recognizing the newly-initiated chiefs. Cocktails and light hors d'oeuvres will be served at 6 p.m., dinner begins at 7 p.m. Dancing follows the "One Bell" ceremony at 8:30 and the cake cutting at 9 p.m. Tickets are available from YC Park, 4366 or 4453, at a cost of $15 per person. Advance ticket sales only. Computer Users Group -All interested persons are invited to an organizational meeting of the new Guantanamo Bay Computer Users' Group, which will be held at the Barrel Club, today, Sept. 17, 7 -9 p.m. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss formalization of the user's group and plans for producing arecreational computer bulletin board. No dues or membership fees. Join now. For more information, call Tom Steward, 4435, or Jeannie Otto, 3719. DRl6azette U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN.Camnader, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Bob Hines, USN.Public Affairs Officer x Gry Sith, USN. .Assistant Public Affairs Officer Ji Stawyinton, USN. ..an3 ngwitr .S.Staff Assistant SN Kim Fields, USNM. ..Staff Assistant JOSA Juan Coona, USN. Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily a zette is printed five times a week at government expanse on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that aar herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base. The Public Affairs Office is on the first floor of Building 760 (Admin Hill). If you need assistance, please call us at 4819 or 4502. By NCC Louis Stagger NAS Career Counselor Ahoy shipmates! Another Wednesday and a couple months into this article series. I really appreciate your support. This week I would like to discuss one of the changes that will come into effect on Oct. 1 this year. The change is announced in NAVOP 094/86 and deals with transfers policy. Every time we move in the Navy, the detailers in Washington writes a set of orders. Orders cost a lot of dollars. Even if you just came fran the far side of the moon, you've heard about all the cost cutting measures that Congress (and everyone else for that matter) have been trying to make. Well, the Navy is out to do its fair share at wisely spending, not only federal dollars, but more important, your tax money. You guessed it, it deals with PCS (permanent change of station) funds and obligated service. Basically the Navy is trying to stabilize its manpower at transfer time by requiring all of its personnel to commit to a minimum two-year tour upon transfer. That's right, after Oct. 1, we all will have to commit or stay put. Here is how it works. 1. If you ate transferring overseas, you have to either reenlist or extend your enlistment to cover the tour length required at the overseas station. If you already have enough service to cover the time on your current contract, then do not worry. 2. For transfers back to CONUS, it depends on what you go to. For shore duty we will have to reenlist, extend, or sign an agreement to cover a two-year tour. If sea duty aboard a ship is where you are going, then a reenlistment, extension, or an agreement to sign one of those is in order. However, and that is one big however, if you have sea duty orders to a ship stateside and have more than a year renaming, you can, on a case by case basis, get the detailer to waiver the obligated service requirement. Seems like the information on how to help make your career smooth is never ending? In many ways it inc. That is why I have my position and everyone ha division career counselo help. Start now to make yo next move a better experience. See your division career counselor for more details. The Navy is working hard to make a Navy career a better way of life. So do your bit and help your counselor help you. That is it for another week. So until next time, take care, serve proud and be a good shipmate! Hispanics in U.S. military, defending freedom By Tom Price Martinez juped up and led wounded by a grenade, KeQ AFIS Correspondent his platoon in an assault, again braved hostile fire to -Others followed. When the charge about 25 enemy Continued from Tuesday's attack faltered under soldiers preparing to attack. Daily Gazette withering fire, Martinez The vigor of his assault and again leaped forward and on his well-placed fire killed Proud Hispanics will never two separate occasions jumped four and sent the remainder forget Marcelino Serna. into trenches full of fleeing. Keith was mortally Serna, fighting in the front Japanese defenders and drove wounded. line trenches of France them back. Martinez was More recently, two Hispaduring World War I, shot a killed during the second nics distinguished themselves German soldier who in turn attack in the service of their shot him. Following a trail Hispanic Americans once country: Army Staff Sgt. of blood, Serna tracked the again answered their Stepen 'rujillo received the wounded German to a dugout country's call during the Silver Star for his actions into which he tossed a conKorean conflict when nine during the rescue mission on cussion grenade. Twentyfour Hispanics received the Medal Grenada and Air Force Capt. Germans came out. of Honor. Fernando Ribas-Dominicci gave Another American soldier One group of Puerto Ricans, his life during the raid on arrived and wanted to kill the 65th Infantry Regiment, Libya. the Germans, but Serne was the only all-Hispanic Today, as always, Hispanic reminded him that it was unit to serve in Korea. They Americans are playing against the Geneva Convention arrived in Pusan in September distinguished roles in our to kill prisoners. Serna was 1950 and fought in nine major nation's history. Hispanics awarded the Distinguished campaigns during the were among the first settlers Service Cross for this following three years. The of the southeastern and exploit and before the end of unit earned a Presidential southwestern states, and the war, added the French Unit Citation, a Meritorious their contributions have Croix de Guerre, the Victory Unit Commendation and two helped shape America's unique Medal with three bars and two Republic of Korea Unit Citaculture. Purple Hearts. tons. Individuals accounted Hispanics have given us not More than 25,000 Hispanic for four Distinguished only philosophers, statesmen, Americans served in World War Service Crosses and 124 musicians, athletes and II. Among them was Pvt. Jose Silver Stars. Nobel-prize winning scienMartinez, the first Hispanic Hispanics served in all twists, but also generals, Medal of Honor recipient of military units on the ground, admirals and 37 Medal o that war. in the air and at sea during Honor winners, more During a battle for the the Vietnam War. Twelve proportion to thei Aleutian Islands, Martinez Hispanic Americans were population than any other and his unit were pinned down awarded the Medal of Honor, ethnic group. There can be no by Japanese small arms, Among them was Marine Lance question that Hispanic machine guns and mortars. Cpl. Miguel Keith. Americans have always Keith, despite painful defended this nation with wounds, exposed himself pride and courage. Civilian recognition There was a civilian personnel awards ceranony in Capt. John Condon's office today. Outstanding Performance Jane Titus, (Supply) Sustained Superior Performance Karen Sparks (PWD Housing) Sandy Bell (COMNAVBASE) repeatedly to gunfire in an attempt to stop the enemy from reaching the command post. After being further RITAGE t, -eptamber 15th Daily Gazette Wednesday, September 17, 1986 W.T. Sampson High School School Year Calendar For 1986/87 Oct. 13.Columbus Day.No School Nov. 11.Veterans Day.No School Nove 27-28.Thanksgiving.Recess Dec. 24-Jan. 4.Christmas.Recess Jan. 5.Instruction Resumes Jan. 19.Martin Luther King Day.No School Feb. 16.Presidents Day.No School Apr. 17-20. Spring Recess May 25.Manorial Day.No School Jun. 18.Last Day of School for Students C C C c F i C C z t z t a a t C r F P. I r r t a t m i

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Submit on 8 1/2"111 sheet of paper. Must be signed and have a phone number. Bring to PAO Office, Bldg. 760, Admin Hill. Phone 4502 or 4819. AUTOS '74 Cadillac with extra upholstering material. Call Frank at 4864 AWH, Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A. '78 Lincoln Continental, needs battery and stop switch. Call Frank at 4864 AWH. Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A. '77 Pontiac Astra station wagon, great gas mileage, very dependable and clean. w front seat covers, oil nge and radiator flush Replies included, $1,200. Call 4896 AWH. '73 Dodge, four-door, runs excellent, inspection good until April '87, tuned up this August. Asking $500 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m. '71 Ford Galaxy 500, automatic transmission, AM/FM radio, cassette stereo, clean, inspection good until Sept. '87. Just tuned up. Asking $600 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m. '73 Datsun station wagon, engine needs head gasket, will sell for parts or as is. Asking $300 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m. '78 Plymouth Volari station wagon, very good condition, inspection good through Aug. '87. Call 3122 AT. '73 Ford LTD, nine passenger station wagon, rebuilt transmission, power steering, power brakes, automatic. Not a "GTMO Special." Inside in top condition, $1,000. ilable now. Call 4180. 0OInternational pickup truck, 3/4-ton, four-speed, overload springs, $1,000. Available now. Call 4180. '64 Barracuda, classic push button automatic transmission. All body work just completed, factory paint just arrived. Asking $1,000. Available now. Call 4180. '78 Chevy Caprice station wagon, runs good, $1,000. Call Mike at 4126 DWH. '77 Honda Accord, plus spare parts, $1,200. Call Leon at 2269 or 2284 DWH and AWH. TWO WHEELERS '82 Suzuki GS1100GK2, fully dressed, $3,000 neg. Includes two helmets, two rain suits, one rip-stop nylon bike cover, cruise control, two helmet locks, tool kit, sheepskin seat cover (brand new), 12,500 miles, air shocks front and rear. Call Gene or Laureen at 6440 DWH or 2649 AWH. '84 Aero 125, low mileage, tan in color, $800. Call Paul at 3477 AWH or 4196 DWH. '85 Suzuki GS700ES, 1,400 miles, like new, $3,225 or best offer. Call Murf at 6235 DWH or 2194 AWH. '83 Honda 750 Shadow, new tires, ignition, other new parts. Two helmets (never been used), $1,000. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH. '81 Yahama 400, original owner, blue trunk, two helmets, $800. Call 3475 AT. MISCELLANEOUS Baby items; maternity clothes (size 12-16) and various household items. Call 4581 AT. One 13" television; assortment of golf clubs and bag; Panasonic radio and stereo. Call Frank at 4864 AWH. Or can be seen at Corinaso Point 124A. One Eureka tank-type vacuum cleaner with attachments, $15. One electric ice cream freezer, $10. Call 4683 DWH or 4223 AWH. Weight bench and 200 pounds of weights, $80. Call Murf at 6235 DWH or 2194 AWH. Lawn mower for parts, $25. Heavy duty barbeque grill, $25. Call Sheila at 4102 DWH or 2616 AWH. Pet carrier. Secure airline approved. Holds large cat or small dog, $25. Call 4743 AT. Plants. Prices between $1 $5. Call 4743 AT. '71 'ion, new Bowling ball. Ladies tir eood nae-pound call, used twice, runn 15. Call 4743 AT. justable weights with 220 unds weight, two bar bells, 'o dumbells, one curling r, $100. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 lawn mowers, run great, >d condition, no rust, no chanical problems. Call 49 AWH or 6440 DWH. w 12x9 brown rug with pad, 45; bar on wheels, $15; owing machine, $14.95. Call John at 4954 AT. APPLIANCES her and dryer, like new, the $175 separately or $335 together. Available Oct. 3. Call 3361 AT. Upright 27.4 cu.ft. freezer, very good condition, $450 or best offer. Call 3361 AT. Whirlpool heavy duty type washer and dryer. Washer, $250, dryer, $150. Would prefer selling as a set, $375. Call 4479 DWH or 4895 AWH. Washing machine for parts, $35. Call Sheila at 4102 DWH or 2616 AWH. Microwave oven, like new. Amana ;adarange, plus convection oven. Includes operators manual and recipe book, $150. Call 4743 AT. Small refrigerator, perfect for barracks, $100. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH. Whirlpool white refrigerator and freezer, good condition, $125. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Little Litton microwave with clock, adjustable heat settings, 24-hr. timer, like new, $250. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Sanyo mini-refrigerator and freezer, adjustable temp. settings, excellent condition, $125. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Toastmaster toaster oven, settings for bake and broil, $20. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Waring blendor, seven-speed, comes apart for easier cleaning, used only a few times, $10. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 10 p.m. Electric five-quart ice cream maker, never used, $20. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Amana refrigerator, copper in color, good condition, $179.95. Call John at 4954 AT. BICYCLES Boys Huffy bike, good condition, $45; mens 10-speed bike, good condition, $60 or best offer. Call 3361 AT. One boys 26" 10-speed; two ladies 26" three-speed. Asking $25 each. Call 4743 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS Two Fedders 11,000 BTUs, $150 or best offer. Available Oct. 3. Call 3361 AT. One 24,400 BTU, 220 volt, good condition, runs quick, cools outstanding and looks good too, $300. Call Gunnery Sgt. Bishop at 2664 or 2613 DWH. DIVE GEAR Dacor (large) BC, Dacor 950XL regulator with console, includes depth gauge, pressure gauge, temperature, and compass, two knives, two weight belts, two pair fins, two snorkels, two masks, two pairs of dive boots, 80' aluninun tank, game bag, and large gear bag. All in excellent condition, less than one year old. All for $600. Call 4822 DWH or 2639 AWH. Sherwood Magnum regulator; Sherwood depth and pressure gauge; compass; Techni-Pro vest (large); 80 tank; Dacor Turbo 3 fins; weight belt with 10-pound weights, $350. Dacor vest (small), with waist belt, new with tags, $170. Call 3549 AT. STEREO EQUIPMENT Stereo speakers KLH sixes, three-way speakers, 29 1/2" x 22", good bass, $40 for pair. Call 4896 AWH. Mediterranean style Cape Hart console AM/FM radio. LP 75/45 records and 8-track stereo. Great in large room. Top worn, but works well. Asking $50. Call 4743 AT. Bass and Yamaha amp., great condition, $150. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH. Sansui 5-band equalizer with reverb., spectrum analyzer mic. and guitar jacks, $60. Sansui turntable, works but needs minor repair, $30. -Sansui integrated amp., 80 watts channel, works, but needs minor repair, $30. Take all three components for $100. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Panasonic compact stereo with 8-track tape recorder and player, two speakers included, $150. Call 3886 AT. MUSICAL INSTRUMENT Rickenbacker #4001 bass guitar, sky blue with white trim and hard shell case, $400 firm. Call Paul at 4196 DWH or 3477 AWH. One black Westone electric guitar with case and strap. Excellent condition, only one year old. Asking $175. Call 4351 DWH. TELEVISION Console 23" Sylvania, excellent condition, four year old, paid $800, will sell for $350. Call Marie, 4172/4174 DWH or 3670/4895 AWH. Magnavox 13" color TV, one year old, $150 neg. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m. Zenith 25" color console TV, mono or stereo capabilities, hookup for two sets of speakers, 24-hour timer, remote control, one year old, excellent condition. Asking $500. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. FURNITURE Five-piece couch set, $100; padded 6 ft. bar with three stools, $200 or will sell couch and bar together for $250. Call Ray at 3240 AT or 2306 before 2 p.m. Blue floral Early American couch, excellent condition, $200. Brown and tan queen size hide-a-bed couch with matching love seat, good condition, $200. Single bed mattress, box spring and frame, $20. Call 2239 AWH. Six-piece living room set, $250. Five-piece dining room set, $35. Call Sheila at 4102 DWH or 2616 AWH. Gold tweed Lazy Boy recliner, big and comfortable, $50. Call 4743 AT. George Bent Early American platform rocker, dark red, print loose cushions. Easy to recover, $25. Call 4743 AT. Coffee table, Birds Eye, maple drop leaf, opens to 53"x33" oval. Asking $50. Call 4743 AT. End table with drawer, Birds Eye maple, $50. Call 4743 AT. Two ladder back chairs, woven seats, $20 each. Call 4743 AT. Bookcase, wooden, three open shelves, 27"hx26"w (unit size) 12 1/2" between shelves. Asking $10. Call 4743 AT. Daily Gazette Wednesday, September 17, 1986 3 Water bed, super single, good condition, $100. Call Buck at 4954 DWH or 4651 AWH. Handcrafted pine shelf unit, dark stain finish with locking door; handcrafted pine clothes closet, two shelves and hangar with locking door; handcrafted pine combination end table and storage cabinet. Must see to appreciate, $350 for all three. Price neg. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. Brown love seat, $50. Call John at 4954 AT. SERVICES Music lessons. The new season is now beginning for piano and voice students. To schedule your lesson time, please call Mrs. Carol Nichols, 3552 AT. BOATS 15' Bass boat, 48hp Mariner engine, new carpet, new rack and pinion steering, new Sears trolling motor, new Sears cover, on trailer, $2,500. Available now. Call 4180. 24x14 barrel boat, very clean. Must see to appreciate. Many extras. Asking $1,300. Call 3340. FOUND Set of keys with large happy face ring at Radio Point area. Call 4579 to identify. WANTED A 35hp or more boat motor. Call 3340. LOST Lost my blue wallet Sept. 12. If found, please call CMCA Mark Good at 4706 DWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Zenith portable VHS with remote control, excellent condition, $400. Call Billy at 4698 AT or 4954 between 2 -10 p.m. SEWING MACHINE Singer sewing machine, like new, many extras, $125. Call 3886 AT. Don't abandon your pets Pet owners leaving Guantanamo Bay must make proper arrangements for their pets prior to their departure. Owners will ensure that their pet is taken with them to their new duty station, a new home is found for their pet, or that the animal is turned into the base pound. Base pound personnel will attempt to find new homes for unwanted animals. Failing that, the animal will be painlessly euthanized. Under no circumstances will animals simply be set free to run wild and fend for themselves. These animals quickly turn into a public health threat, often reproduce indiscriminately, and often die a painful death of disease or trauma. Setting an animal "free" is not a humane method of discharging your responsibilities of being a good pet owner.

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Riding, a good way to make friends There was plenty of horsing around Saturday at the 1986 Fall Horse Show at the Guantanamo Bay arena. Sponsored and organized by the Caribbean Saddle Club, the event is held twice yearly and is open to all Guantanamo residents. Saturday's competition featured ten separate events. Seventeen young entrants competed for ribbons in beginner/intermediate and advanced categories, according to their levels of competence as horseback riders. "Riding is a lot of fun, and it's a good way to make friends," Christie Baker, 10, one of the contestants, said. "It's a good hobby and a good way to stay out of trouble." Baker was a blue ribbon winner in the beginner/intermediate showmanship event with her leased horse, Buttons. She has been riding since October, and says she is going to talk her dad into buying her a horse when the family returns to the states. Phillip Baker is a civilian employee in the Public Works Department. "It's not very hard to learn to ride," Christie says, "as long as you can learn the horse's tricks and control him or her." Prior to the show, Christie gave Buttons a bubble bath, brushed her down and checked to make sure her hooves were clean. She says that taking good care of a horse is very important, and riders should n6 neglect their duties to the animals. About her blue ribbon performance, Christie says she was both pleased and surprised. "I'm glad I won something," the young equestrienne said, "but I would have had fun even if I had lost. I just like to ride!" Story and photos by PH1 Gary Rice Christie shows her affection as Buttons els her newly-won blue ribbon. Part of every pre-ride inspection: Christie inspects Buttons hooves and cleans them. Christie and Buttons wait their turn to show the judges their skill during the showmanship competition. Horse and rider stand fast as ringmaster Jenni Berger evaluates the horse. 4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, September 17, 1986


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