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v.43:no.95 Monday, May18, 1987 thru v.45:no.210 Tuesday, November 7, 1989

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Vol. 45 -- No. 166 --U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Tuesday, September 5, 1989


Marine Corps RSCs 'always' think about their special -mission


Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part series on Marine Barracks. This articles deals with the Rifle Security Companies and the team of Marines who protect the base by keeping a close eye on the fence lines.

By JOSN LISA M. ENLOE

The Marine Corps has a very special mission in Guantanamo Bay.
"We're not here to repel an attack or instigateone,"explainedLt. Col. Anthony Armbrister, executive officer (XO) of Marine Barracks. "Rather, we are here to demonstrate that we have the capability to defend this base if the need arises."
To carry out this mission, Marine Barracks has two Rifle Security Companies (RSC's). One company is located on Leeward Point and the other is located on the Windward side.
"Both companies have a three-fold mission: tomaintain the security of the base, to provide a continuous training program andto to defend the base in the event of an attack," said Capt Jim Stetler, company commander of RSC-Windward. "Even though the Marines that are stationed here have gone through basic training and may have previous experience with other duty stations, they must still go through a two-week local training period.
"At the end of the two-week period, they must be able to pass a written test and demonstrate what they _haye learned to my satisfaction," Stetler added.
"But neither the training nor demonstration stops there," added Company Gunnery Sgt. Gerald Greco. "Every Marine that stands the fence line guard has the know ledge, confidence and determination tocarry outour mission to the best of their ability."
"In fact, the Marines are stillmotivated when they come off their watches," said Capt. Adin Putnam, company commander for RSC Leeward.
"But each one of them is human. It's hot standing in all the gear they are


expected to wear - hard helmet, camouflage utilities with protective vests plus all the weapons and added gear - not to mention having to stand for hours at a time constantly thinking about observing every little thing that occurs around them," said Greco.
That's why the Marines go through a two-week rotation cycle. For one week, they stand the fence line guard. Then for one week they conduct vigorous training (off-line guard).
"During their off-line guard week, besides going through vigorous training, they stand less intense watches and even find time to relax," explained Stetler.
"I don't think you'll find a Marine even on their off time not thinking about their mission," said Greco. "I've seen plenty of them cleaning their weapons or doing some extra studying instead of watching T.V., going to the movies or whatever. We have a very unique situation here. Every Marine knows this and they all work very hard to keep themselves very prepared at all times," added Greco.
During one holiday, the Marines even had a charce to show just how prepared they are, as the XO explained the situation. "It was on New Year's Eve and the base siren went off at midnight.
"Well, the Marines were not informed this was to take place and when they heard that siren, within minutes they were in full gear, weapons loaded and ready to defend the base. Now that's preparation for you."
"All the Marines here areon the same team working toward the same goal," said Stetler. "We're all working together 100 percent of the time. Just look into the eyes of any one of them when they're in civilian clothes. You can see it in their eyes; they're still thinking about our unique situation. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't wondering how their buddies are doing on the fence line.
"It's as simple as this: one Marine forgets why he's here and the team begins to separate. The team separates and eventually it will fall apart. The teams falls apart,


The Marines of the Rifle Security Company Windward watch the Cuban through their "big eyes" binoculars and each Marine at each post, both on Windward and Leeward, is responsible for recording everything he observes.,(Photo by JOSN Lisa M. Enloe)


we've lost our ability to carry out our mission," Stetler commented, adding, "The importance of each individual Marine cannot be over emphasized. Our Marines continue to perform their duties day in and day out in the manner in which our nation expects. The individual Marine is our Barracks' most important asset."
"But the residents here shouldn't think of Marines as robots programmed to do just certain things, they are just as human as anyone else. In fact, watching all the training these Marines go through, it reminds me of a funny story, said the XO.
"I'll never forget the time when I was the. commanding officer of a recruit training battalion and it was during one company's final inspection that I decided to go around and inspect the recruits myself," explained the lieutenant colonel. "I walked up to this one recruit and noticed


that his belt was buckled wrong.
"So I asked the recruit to look at my belt buckle and to look at his belt buckle and tell me what was wrong with this picture. Well, the recruit looked at both for a time and when I thought he noticed the problem, he said, 'Sir, your have a smudge on your buckle.'
"He then stepped out of formation and took it upon himself to wipe the smudge mark off my buckle while at the same time, his drill instructor standing behind me was dying of shock that this recruit would actually have the nerve to fix the commanding officer's uniform.
"Of course after about 30 seconds, the recruit noticed what was wrong with his buckle and with that he jumped back into formation and said, 'Sir, the recruit is wrong,"' the XO said, still laughing about the incident.


Daily flight schedule posted

Sign up for Space "A" at McCalla Hangar on the following days: Monday and Thursday, 1 to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; or at the Leeward Air Terminal, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Baggage is limited to two pieces per person, not to exceed a total of 66 pounds. Flight schedules are subject to change.


TYPE Aircraft DATE


C-131 C-141 C-130 727


C141 727


LOCATION

Washington, D.C. Guantanamo Bay Washington, D.C. Guantanamo Bay McGuire AFB, NJ. Guantanamo Bay Charleston, S.C. Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Kingston, Jamaica Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int. Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Kingston, Jamaica Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int.


Note: Civilian attire is authorized for military personnel in a leave status on MAC flights (C-130, C-141, 727), provided it is so annotated on your orders. However, for flights on all Navy aircraft (C-9 or C-12) military personnel must be in the uniform of the day.


ARRIVE


11:00 a.m. 7:35 p.m. 11:15 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 11:45 a.m. 4:40 p.m.
1100 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:55 p.m.
11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m.


DEPART

7:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
1:40 p.m.
8:00 am. noon 1:00 p.m. 3:20 p.m.
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8:00 am. noon 1:00 p.m. 3:20 p.m.














By LT. J.G. JOHN REITZ

As the next PRT (Physical Readiness Test) approaches, the number of runners seems to increase around Cooper Field. Eyes half open, limbs flailing, mouths agape, the runners work out. Some look natural as they stride on, while for others every step seems suspended in slow motion as if some invisible hand was torturing their life form forcing an awkward gait. Invariably though everyone looks sharp on Hollywood Blvd., that section of Sherman Ave. and Cooper Field (where all the cars go by) turns into Hollywood Blvd. during that early morning exercise hour. You suck in your gut, stand tall, stride strong and breathe as casually as you can because that early morning traffic is heavy and everyone is watching.
Yes, we all need to exercise and keep our physical bodies in good health and shape. As you sweat and pound Hollywood Blvd., remember that regular exercise of our Spiritual selves is also important.The Danish theologian and philosopher Kierkegaard has a parable of a wild duck. ..
"With his mates, this duck was flying in the springtime northward across Europe. On the flight he happened to come down in a barnyard in Denmark where there were tame ducks. He ate and enjoyed some of their corn and stayed - first for an hour, and then


Naval Base Commander ......... Public Affairs Officer ..............


for a day, and then for a week, and then for a month, and finally, because he liked the good fare and safety of the barnyard, stayed all summer. But one autumn day when his wild mates were winging their way southward again they passed over thebarnyard and their mate heard their cries. It stirred him with a strange thrill of joy and delight; and, flapping his wings, he rose in the air to join his old comrades in their flight to the land Of summer.
"But, alas, he found that his good fare had made him so soft and heavy that he could rise no higher than the eaves of the barn. So he sank, back again to the barnyard and said to himself,'Oh, well, my life is safe here and the fare is good.' Every spring, and again every autumn, when the wild ducks flew over his barnyard and he heard their honking cry, his eyes gleamed for a moment and he began to lift his wings and would fain and joined his mates. But at the length came when the wild ducks flew over him and uttered their cry and he paid not the slightest attention to them."
Exercise your self physically, keep in shape; it's the only body you have. And, while you do so, remember that exercising your spiritual dimension is also important. Don't ever lose the gleam in your eyes and the ability to fly. Don't settle for a tame duck. Flap those wings, suck in that gut, stand tall, stride strong physically and spiritually!


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EditorialStaff
Editor ...................................................................................................................... JOC Bill Doughety
Sports Editor .............................................................................................................. JO1 Fred A. Dias
Assistant Editor ...................................................................................... JOSN Lisa M. Enloe, USN
Staff Assistant............................................................................................................Kristen L. Adkins
The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Affairs Office of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This newspaper is an authorized publication for members ofthemilitary services and theirfamilies stationedoverseas. Its contents do not necessarilyreflect the official views of the U.S. Navy and do not imply endorsement thereof. The Guantanamo Gazette is printed five times a week at govemment expense at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office.


Back to school party
Come out to the hottest place in town,
"Saturday's" teen night club and meet all of your fellow classmates for a swinging night for fun. MWR Youth Activities is sponsoring a teen "Back to School" party Saturday, Sept. 9, from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Admission fee is $1 for members of "Saturday's" and $2 for non-members.
For moreinformation, call the Youth Center at 4075.

Mongolian barbecue
Call a halt to cooking chores Wednesday, Sept.
6. The Clipper Club is offering a mongolian barbecue for your pleasure.
The cost is $7.50 per person. Call Dorletta at 6330 for more information.

Booster club meeting
Looking for a community service? Come join us. We're looking forward to an exciting year. The first general membership of the W.T. Sampson High School Booster Club will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m., in the high school library.
Any community resident may join the Booster Club. See you there.

Diablo Printer
The ribbon for the Diablo Printer 630 has been substituted by a new version under NSN75 10-01173-1426. Some users have had problems in working with this ribbon.
The Supply Department is interested in
hearing from all who may have been experiencing problems with this new ribbon. Call Chief Wright at4861.

BEQ Advisory meeting
TheBEQ Advisory Board's monthly meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m., in the BEQ Lounge. All members or alternates are urged to attend.

Required materials for exam
All QM, OS, BM, EW candidates will be responsible for bringing such items as maneuvering boards, parallel rulers and dividers as appropriate for testing. Candidates may also use log tables and slide rules. PSD will not provide these testing materials.

Ford representative
There will be a Ford representative available at Personalized Services until Thursday, Sept. 7, during regular mall hours.

Opportunity available
The Command Master Chief is looking for a few sharp personnel who would like to be on the Command Color Guard.
If you would like to find out more about this, call 3239.

Command coffee cups
The Command coffee cups that were ordered through Chief McKee have arrived. Come up to the CMAA office and pick up your cup.

Housing inspection
Housing inspections will be conducted by the Naval Station Fire Department each Tuesday and Thursday, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. The next scheduled inspections will be held on the following dates and locations:
Thursday, Sept. 7-WI 2721-B through 2722B and EP-X4.
Residents who are unable to comply with the above schedule should call the Fire Prevention Office at 3441 or 3442 for a scheduled appointment.

Delivery service
The Concession Stand has delivery service available to base offices. There is a five to 10 order minimum with a 50 cent delivery charge.

Hazardous Waste shop
The Hazardous Waste Shop is not connected with Pest Control. For information on Hazardous Waste, call 4994.
For more information, call 4111.

Magazines and books needed
W.T. Sampson High School is in need of any old magazines or books for this school year. Drop off donations at the high school music room.


EOD training
Small boating, swimming and diving will be secured Wednesday, Sept. 6, from7 a.m. to 4 p.m., in the vicinity of Phillips Park between the Windward Point lighthouse and buoy 2A tomidchannel due to detonation of explosives.

AA meeting
A business meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6, at7 p.m., for Alcoholics Anonymous. A new secretary and treasurer will be selected. All members are cordially invited to attend. Remember, in order to keep it, we have to give it away.

Water outage
There will be scheduled water outage Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9 and 10, from midnight to7 a.m., for PWD personnel to conduct a water leak survey. The following areas will be affected:
Saturday, Sept. 9 - Iguana Terrace
Sunday, Sept. 10- West Iguana

Women of the Chapel
The Women of the Chapel will meet Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 6:30 p.m., at the Chapel Room 919B. All women in the community are invited to attend. Come and "make a joyful noise" by bringing a favorite song to play from a cassette tape or a record.

Optical
The Optical Department would like their customers to know that they have received a shipment of Logo and Guccis frames. Stop and see or call 4263.

Caribbean Craft Fair
All you crafty people mark Dec. 2 on your
calendar for our Biannual Caribbean Craft Market. Individuals that are interested or that just have questions should call Ellen Roessler at 2428.

GBOWC Coffee
The Gitmo Bay Officer's Wives Club will be hosting a coffee Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m., at the Deer Point Officer's Club. All wives that are interested in becoming a member are encouraged to attend. Displays will be provided by local individuals and organizations.
For more information call, Lynn Durgin at 3892 or Lynda Oakes at 2322.

Mail Orderly training
There is a mandatory training class for all personnel that have turned in Mail Orderly applications to the Post Office and are waiting for appointment as Mail Orderly, Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 9 a.m., at the Family Service Center training room. Topics include the following: mail security, mailroom operating procedures and mail handling. Any other Mail Orderlies that have not attended the previous classes are welcome to attend.

Pre-separation course
A one half day pre-separation course is
available for all naval base personnel who will be separating at EAOS. This course is required for all personnel separating who are otherwise eligible for reenlistment. This course is designed to familiarize separatees with important information regarding the following: forms and documents, military obligations, unemployment and reemployment rights, medical and Veterans Benefits. The next course will be offered Thursday, Sept. 7, from 1to 4 p.m., at the Family Service Center training room. To obtain a quota, naval station personnel contact Chief Foley at 4575 or 4298.

Open Line
Open Line will be held Tuesday, Sept. 5, at 7 p.m. This week's topic is DODDS and Captain John Boyd's guests will be Mrs. Tyler and Dr. Arnold Watland.

Air Terminal News Flash
Due to runway closure at NAS Norfolk, Va., until Tuesday, Sept. 12, all passenger flights, C-9, MAC and MEDIVACS, will be processed at the Norfolk International Airport. All report times remain the same.
For more information, call 6204 or 6408.

Energy Savings Tip
On very warm days, use your draperies and curtains to help keep the heat from the sun out of your house. Draw draperies and curtains across windows during the hottest part of the day.


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All items for the classified section: must be submitted on 8112 in paper with a maximum of 40 words per advertisemet.- Each item tobe sold must be submitted on a separate sheet of paper unless thy fall under the same category. Ads subnitted which include a variety of items will be placed under Miscellaneous. Ads must be signed and include a phone number where the submitter can be reached during normal working hours,
Deadlines: Adsarepublishedfortwo consecutive days (Monday and Tuesday and Thursday and Friday) Ads must be in by noon Wednesday or Friday preceding: the desired publication dates.
Leeward Point residents may submit ads via telephone. All other residents must submit written ads to the Public Affairs Office, Bldg. 760, Admin. Hill.

Kenmore gold heavy duty washing machine, good cond. Call 4320 or 4148 DWH, ask for Tarry.
AUTOS
'70 Olds Cutlass Supreme convertible, $1,200 OBO. Contact P02 Smith at 4527 DWH or GHT A-327 AWN.
'77 MG Midget convertible. Call 2239 AT.
'77 Fiat stationwagon, new alt., reg., batt., water pump, very depend., excel, dive vehicle, $560 OBO. Call 4241 DWH or 2324 AWH.
'82 Ford EXP, great car, runs and looks good, I'm ge* j8hort, $2,500. Call 4520/4819 DWt
BOATS
22 ft. Owens cabin cruiser,.350 cu. eng., VHF radio, aux. kicker, 2 bunks, sink, bathroom, dive platform, to much new equip. to list, needs handyman to finish hull, $2,000. Call 2688 AWH.
FURNITURE
La-Z-Boy couch and 2 butcher block end tables, 2 yrs. old, moving, must sell, $250 OBO. Call 2592 AT.
Easy chair, wood frame, foot stool, $15, must sell, Call Rose at 4502 or 4819 DWH.
MISCELLANFQIS
Ergometerexercise bike, $90. Weedeater,

Co. 'L' gets 'assist'
Recently, Marines from Co. "L" participated in the Fourth Annual Run apd.March,.Competition with Marine B acks Ground Defense/ Security Force against the First Battalion Jamaican Regiment in Jamaica.
The six Marines from Co. "L" contributed greatly to this year's victory and were instrumental in the basketball and" marksmanship events. Both events were won by the Marines.
The backbone of the basketball team was Lance Cpl. Latrele Watson and Lance Cpl. Rusty Gates of Co. "L." Watson was the high scorer for the team that won the game with his dribbling and scoring ability.
Gates' unique basketball style, a cross between rugby and basketball, provided the needed defense to slow the Jamaican basketball team's surge. Additionally, his unique soccer style turned a demonstration soccer game between the Jamaican and Maine's Platoon into a rugby game..
Sjt. David Johnson was on the


$25. Wooden lamp, $15. Infant/toddler boy's clothes, some girls, bassinet, $15. Call 3650 AWH.
Rowing machine, hardly used, must see to appreciate, $60 OBO. Call 4541 DWH or 3835 AWH.
Maternity clothes, women's clothes, women's shoes, purses, boys baby clothes, boy's clothes, bed guard rail, reg. and children's double sheet sets w/bedspread, hand towel sets, pillows. Call 2592 AT.

CHANGE YOUR
WATER USE HABITS

A wasteful toilet flush uses six gallons of water. A waste-conscious toilet flush uses three to five gallons of water (tank displacement or half-flush devices). Don't be a water-waster...use a waste-conscious toilet flush.


Brass bar access., cutlery set, popcorn popper, wall hanging, child's swim vest, ball gloves, Teach Me Watch, Star Stage microphone. Call 2592 AT.
Dried flower arrangements, small baskets, brass figures, large glass ashtray, brass framed pictures and hurricane lamp, blue shower curtain w/rugs, tank and lid cover, telephones, sunglasses, Hot Sticks curlers, puzzle, misc. cards. Call 2592 AT.

Black and white terrier cross. Call Andy at 4881 DWH or 3863"AWH.

Certified Home Daycare Providers have openings: call Jane Dillon at 3447, located in Tierra Kay; Veronida at 2386 (full-time only), located in Villamar housing.
�- STEREO EQUIPMENT
Teac reel-to-reel tape deck, Sansui tuner/ receiver, 2 Pioneer 100W and 2 Kenwood 50W speakers. FMI, call 2490 AWH.

for Marine victory
1987 Marine Barracks/Co. "L" Run and March Platoon. His experience and briefs to this year's platoon contributed greatly to the understanding of the rules and what to expect from the competition. Additionally, he was the center for the basketball team and held his own in the tough competition which was reflected in the 60-59 victory.
Cpl* Ernest Modock and Cpl. Brian Westlake, firetean leaders, provided the small unit leadership and superior physical conditioning that enabled the platoon to run as well as they did. During the 5-mile Run and March event, they gave other Marines a breather when they helped carry extra gear (i.e. - the 17pound squad automatic weapon).
Lance Cpl. Sailor Hasting, the platoon's messenger, contributed with his superb marksmanship.
This year's Co. "L" Marines enjoyed their stay in Kingston at the Jamaican Defense Force Barracks and were an important part in the overall success of the Run and March Competition.


WEEKLY MOVIE SCHEDULE


September 4 5 6 7 8
Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Officers .. .. .. 20 -CPO -- -- -- -Downtown 4 1 2 3 5 McCalla 3 4 1 2 6


Marine Leeward Windjammer Villamar Pool


.. .. .. ..- 19


- Indicates there will be no movie.
Bold print indicates a double feature will be shown.

1. Cocoon - The Return: Don Ameche - Wilford Brimley: In this sequel of "Cocoon" senior and aliens alike have returned to rescue the cocoons from dangerous earthquake activity, oy to have a school of friendly oceanographers accidentally stumble upon and capture one of the cocoons at the exact same time. What a lucky break. COMEDY-DRAMA (PG) 1 hr. 54 min.

2. A Cry in the Dark: Meryl Streep - Sam Neill: A nine-week-old daughter of Lindy and Michael Chamberlain disappears from an Australian campground. With very little to base their case on the authorities soon charge Lindy with the murder of her daughter, which triggers an outrageous and completely irresponsible field day for the press. DRAMA (P0-13) 2 hr. 1 mi.

3. Big Top Pee-Wee: Pee-Wee Herman-Kris Kristofferson: The adventures -continue when a storm brings a circus to Pee-Wee's farm and he tries tomaster a talent that will make him a circus star while becoming romantically involved with two lovely ladies. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 40 min.

4. Midnight Run: Robert De Niro - Charles Grodin: A bail-jumping accountant is pursued by a tough excop turned bounty hunter. What should be leisurely five-hour flight from New York to Los Angeles erupts into a cross-country chase. ACTION (R) 1 hr. 42 min.

5. From the Hip: Judd Nelson - Elizabeth Perkins: Judd nelson is "Stormy" Weathers, a young lawyer who outrages the legal establishment with his knack for courtroom theatrics. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 51 min.

6. D.O.A.: Dennis Quaid - Meg Ryan: Remake of the 1949 cult film, with Quaid as a college professor in big trouble: not only has he been accused of a crime he didn't commit but someone has poisoned him with a slow-action toxin. SUSPENSE (R) 1 hr. 36 min.

7. Dot and Keeto: Animation: Animal lover Dot accidentally eatsa magic root that shrinks her to insect size. Keeto the Mosquito is her guardian as Dot hunts for the special baik'that will return her to full size. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 15 min.

8. The Chipmunk Adventure: Chipmunks and the Chipettes: The Chipmunks compete with the Chipettes in an around-the-world hot-air-balloon race for a $100,000 prize. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 17 min.

9. Stakeout: Richard Dreyfuss - Emilio Estevez: A cop falls in love with the woman he's spying on as his long-suffering partner watches. ACTION-COMEDY (R) 1 hr. 58 min.

I Oa. Double Feature: The Weather Lady: Rocky: Come see Rocky and all his zany friends in various cartoon clips. CARTOON (G) 29 min.
10b. Cinderella: Animated: At the palace ball, Prince Charming is captivated by the beautiful Cinderella only to lose her at the stroke of midnight. With Cinderella's glass slipper as a guide Prince Charming searches the countryside for its owner in this enchanting Disney classic. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 15 min.

11. Crocodile Dundee: Paul Hogan - Linda Kozlowski: Paul Hogan as a primitive, fearless and jovial Australian whose antics earnhim world recognition and a comedic trip to the "wilds" of Manhattan. COMEDY (PG-13) 1 hr. 38 min.

12. Caddyshack H: Jackie Mason-- Dyan Cannon: A gag-filled frolic involving a wealthy middle-class contractor who wants to join a sno--;.y country club to please his daughter. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 37 min.

13. Appo-N.ment With Death: Peter Ustinov - Lauren Bacall: It's 1937, and passengers on a cruise ship are bound for the Holy Land. Among them is the famous super sleuth of immeasurable powers of mental deduction, Hercule Poirot. Wherever Poirot goes, murder follows. MYSTERY-DRAMA (PG) 1 hr. 42 min.

14. Solar Babies: Richard Jordan- Jami Gertz: An adventure set on Earth in the distant future, when water is more precious than life and the planet is visited by mystical force from outer space. ADVENTURE (PG13) 1hr. 35 min.

15. The Witches of Eastwick: Jack Nicholson - Cher: Three modern day witches test their powers by wishing for a tall dark stranger. HORROR (R) 1 hr. 58 min.

16. Friday the 13th Part VII - The New Blood: Lar Park Lincoln - Kevin Blair. The macabre and indestructible Jason is chained and trapped at the bottom of Crystal Lake. He is accidentally freed by a teenager with telekinetic powers. The battle begins. HORROR (R) 1 hr. 30 min.

17. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark: Cassandra Peterson - W. Morgan Sheppard: Dreaming of financing her own show inLas Vegas, Elviraleaves Hollywood. Unfortunately, whatpromised tobe arich endowment, turns into a nightmare. COMEDY (PG-13) 1 hr 36 min.

18. Platoon Leader: Michael Dudikoff-William Smith: A former Vietnam veteran suffers from nightmares after his tour of duty. He reconciles his wartime dilemmas with the help of his family and the passage of time. DRAMA (R) 1 hr. 32 min.

19. Adventures of Pippi Longstocking: Tami Erin- EileenBrennan: A magical little orphan girl settles into a small coastal town with her talking horse and monkey. She quickly unsettles the town with her sense of humor, phenomenal strength and outrageous personality. FANTASY (G) 1 hr. 40 min.

20. Dangerous Liaisons: Glenn Close- John Malkovick: Marquise de Merteuil's current lover has left her for a 16 year old virgin so Merteuil implores Vicomte de Valmont her former lover to use his remarkable seductive powers to deflower the girl and spoil her for her future husband. DRAMATIC-COMEDY (R) 2 hrs.



G All Ages.
PG Not recommended for younger children.
R Under 17 not allowed without parent or adult guardian.


Movies begin at 8 p.m.


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BAY DINING

STOPLIGHT INN
Tonight's Dinner: Corned Beef or Meatloaf Wednesday's Lunch: BBQ Chicken
CONCESSION STAND
Wednesday's Lunch: Pepper Steak BLUE CARIBE
Tonight'sDinner: Pepper Steak Wednesday's Lunch: Whole Tom Turkey
DEER POINT OFFICERS' CLUB
Tonight's Dinner: Steamboat Round Wednesday's L-jnch: Chicken Buffet CPO CLUB Tonight's Dinner: Two Steak Dinners for $13 Wednesday's Lunch: Whole Tom Turkey WINDJAMMER CLUB
Tonight's Dinner: Windjammer is Closed.
CLIPPER CLUB
Tonight's Dinner:Two Steak Dinners for $10


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It's unusual to find a ballplayer who has diverse talents off the field, especially those in the neo-classic realm.
The Los Angeles Dodgers have one. His name Is John Wetteland and he has looked good on a few occasions since the Dodgers brought him up from the minor leagues in mid-summer.
He is 23 years old and has a shining future in front of him in baseball. All he has to do is to learn how to pitch.
Now, about off the field: Wetteland is the son of a concert pianist. He, himself, plays the piano, the saxophone, the clarinet


and he writes poetry. He is interested in matters pertaining to the sea and has actually observed sharks at close range, hiding behind rocks on the ocean floor.
Pitching for Los Angeles, he is bound to attract some attention in Hollywood and who knows where that will take him.


Wetteland carries an electric guitar with him on road trips and when the other players are out on the town, he sits in his room and plays the guitar, trying to master new tunes.
It may be a trifle bothersome to the occupant of the next room, but it keeps Wettland relaxed.


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ATHLETICS__Youth Activities
Coaches needed
The GBYAA is still in need of a commissioner, sponsors and coaches for the soccer season starting approximately Friday, Sept. 15.
For more information, call Woody Wodrazka at 4114 during working hours, or 2903 after working hours.
Monthly meeting
The next GBYAA monthly meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 5, at 7:30 p.m., at the Youth Center.
GBYAA is looking for a new secretary. Parents with questions orinput are urged to attend.
For more information, callWoody Wodrazka at 4114 during Working hours, or 2903 afterworking hours.
Pre-teen skateboard
Pre-teens, get ready for a skateboard competition at the Youth Center Thursday, Sept. 7. Competition starts at 6:30 p.m., with registration at 6:15 p.m.
The entry fee is $1 per person. Awards will be presented to the first, second, and third-place winners. For more information, call the Youth Center at 4075.
Teens 5K Run/Walk
Students in grades nine through 12 can participate in a Youth Activities sponsored 5K Run/Walk Saturday, Sept. 9, starting at 8 a.m.
Register at the MWR Hobby Shop at 7:30 a.m., on the day of the event. Entry fee is $2 per person. This Run/Walk is in preparation for the teen triathlon.
For more information, call the Youth Center at 4075.

Fitness Division activities
Captain's Cup soccer
An organizational meeting for Captain's Cup
soccer will be held at the base gym Friday, Sept. 8, at
5 p.m.
For more information, call John Powell at 2560.
Aerobics time changes
Effective Tuesday, Sept. 12, advanced aerobics
will be taught at the base gym from 5:45 to 7 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Saturday sessions are from
9 to 10 a.m.
Cost per class is $1.25. For more information, call the MWR Fitness Center at 3846.
Softball Rec League
An organizational meeting for the Softball Recreation League will be held in the base gym Thursday, Sept. 7, at 5 p.m. Register at the base gym.
The amount of the entry fee will be determined by the number of teams participating.
For more information, call John Powell at 2560.


Football time changes
Effective Saturday, Sept. 9, all football games
scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays will be played at 5, 6:15 and 7:30 p.m. This schedule will be in effect for the rest of the season.
All Friday games will be played as previously scheduled at 6, 7:15 and 8:30 p.m.
For more information, call John Powell at 2560.

Aquatics Department activities
Swim team update
The Blue Dolphin Swim Team has transferred
practice from the Windjammer Pool to the Marine Pool effective Tuesday, Aug. 29. The practice sessions are from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.
Both youth teams need more members. Prospective swim team members must be able to swim 50 yards before beginning swim practice with either team.
For more information, call the MWR Aquatics Department at 2193.
Hydroaerobics
Hydroaerobics, taught at the Marine pool from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, is available on a walk-in or registration basis.
Anyone interested in participating on a walk-in basis must pay $2 per session in advance at the gear issue desk in the base gym and bring the receipt to the hydroaerobics instructor.
For more information, call Beth Krouch, aquatics manager, at 2193.
MWR pool winter hours
All MWR pools are now on winter hours of operation until May 31.
The Officers' Pool hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The pool is closed on Tuesday.
The Windjammer Pool hours are Friday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The pool is closed on Thursdays.
The Marine Pool hours are Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The pool is closed on Mondays.
The Villamar Pool hours are Thursday through
Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The pool is closed on Wednesdays.
The Leeward Pool hours are Wednesday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For more information, call the MWR Aquatics Department at 2193.
Villamar Pool movies
Bring the children to Villamar Pool every Friday night and cool off in the pool while watching a movie.
Friday, Sept. 8, it's the animated movie "Pipi Longstocking."
All movies start at 8 p.m.

Project Player events
Foosball tournament
You asked for it! Project Player is sponsoring a foosball tournament for adults at the Youth Center Tuesday, Sept. 5. Doors will open for practice at 6 p.m.


with single elimination play beginning at 7 p.m.
Register at the Youth Center by 6:30 p.m. on the night of the event. The entry fee is $1 per player. Come and join the fun and bring out the kid again.
For more information, call Amy Asche at 3246.
Dart tournament
Hit the bullseye at a Project Player dart tournament set for Monday, Sept. 11, at the Leeward Clipper Club. Single elimination play begins at 7:30 p.m.
Registration is set from 7 to 7:25 p.m. that night with a $1 entry fee. A first-place trophy will be awarded.
For more information, call Amy at 3246.

Corral events
Night horse rides
Mosey on down to the MWR Corral for the two night horse rides set for September. The first ride is Thursday, Sept. 7, followed two weeks later with another ride Thursday, Sept. 21. Both rides are from
7 to 9 p.m.
The fee is $5 per person with 16 horses available. Register at the MWR Corral. For more information, call Colen or Laurie at 2381.

Bowling notes
Bowling meeting
There will be an organizational meeting for the Monday Night Men's League, Friday, Sept. 8, at 5 p.m. at Marblehead Lanes.
Team captains with a proposed roster should be present. Plan to start bowling Sept. 11, at 6 p.m.
For more information, call Greg Brayton at 6204 or Steve Sykora at 4898.

Reef Raiders notes
Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Recreation Committee will meet at 6 p.m. and the Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. If you are a member of either of these two groups or are an interested club member, plan to attend. Other club-sponsored activities are planned for September.
Saturday, Sept. 9, is a Windward Hidden Beach Dive. Two tanks, free air to participating Reef Raiders Club members. Reef Raiders' combination lock will be on the gate after 8 a.m.
Friday, Sept. 22, a potluck dinner with team games afterwards is planned. Watch this space for further details.
For more information about these activities, call Jackie at 2618 or Patti at 2922 after working hours.

Shuffleboard tournament
A Partner's Shuffleboard tournament is set for
Thursday, Sept. 7, at the Officers' Club. Registration is from 6:15 to 7 p.m. and single elimination play begins at 7 p.m.
The fee is $2 per team. All authorized patrons are encouraged to enter.
For more information, call 3246.


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Guantanamo Gazette Vol. 45 -No. 166 --U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Tuesday, September 5, 1989 Marine Corps RSCs 'always' think about their special mission Editor's note: This is the first of a three-part series on Marine Barracks. This articles deals with the Rifle Security Companies and the team of Marines who protect the base by keeping a close eye on the fence lines. By JOSN LISA M. ENLOE The Marine Corps has a very special mission in Guantanamo Bay. "We're not here to repel an attack or instigateone,"explainedLt. Col. Anthony Armbrister, executive officer (XO) of Marine Barracks. "Rather, we are here to demonstrate that we have the capability to defend this base if the need arises." To carry out this mission, Marine Barracks has two Rifle Security Companies (RSC's). One company is located on Leeward Point and the other is located on the Windward side. "Both companies have a three-fold mission: to maintain the security of the base, to provide a continuous training program and to to defend the base in the event of an attack," said Capt. Jim Stetler, company commander of RSC Windward. "Even though the Marines that are stationed here have gone through basic training and may have previous experience with other duty stations, they must still go through a two-week local training period. "At the end of the two-week period, they must be able to pass a written test and demonstrate what they have learned to my satisfaction," Stetler added. "But neither the training nor demonstration stops there," added Company Gunnery Sgt. Gerald Greco. "Every Marine that stands the fence line guard has the knowledge, confidence and determination to carry out our mission to the best of their ability." "In fact, the Marines are still motivated when they come off their watches," said Capt. Adin Putnam, company commander for RSC Leeward. "But each one of them is human. It's hot standing in all the gear they are expected to wear -hard helmet, camouflage utilities with protective vests plus all the weapons and added gear -not to mention having to stand for hours at a time constantly thinking about observing every little thing that occurs around them," said Greco. That's why the Marines go through a two-week rotation cycle. For one week, they stand the fence line guard. Then for one week they conduct vigorous training (off-line guard). "During their off-line guard week, besides going through vigorous training, they stand less intense watches and even find time to relax," explained Stetler. "I don't think you'll find a Marine even on their off time not thinking about their mission," said Greco. "I've seen plenty of them cleaning their weapons or doing some extra studying instead of watching T.V., going to the movies or whatever. We have a very unique situation here. Every Marine knows this and they all work very hard to keep themselves very prepared at all times," added Greco. During one holiday, the Marines even had a chance to show just how prepared they are, as the XO explained the situation. "It was on New Year's Eve and the base siren went off at midnight. "Well, the Marines were not informed this was to take place and when they heard that siren, within minutes they were in full gear, weapons loaded and ready to defend the base. Now that's preparation for you." "All the Marines here are on the same team working toward the same goal," said Stetler. "We're all working together 100 percent of the time. Just look into the eyes of any one of them when they're in civilian clothes. You can see it in their eyes; they're still thinking about our unique situation. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they weren't wondering how their buddies are doing on the fence line. "It's as simple as this: one Marine forgets why he's here and the team begins to separate. The team separates andeventually it will fall apart. The teams falls apart, The Marines of the Rifle Security Company Windward watch the Cuban through their "big eyes" binoculars and each Marine at each post, both on Windward and Leeward, is responsible for recording everything he observes. (Photo by JOSN Lisa M. Enloe) we've lost our ability to carry out our mission," Stetler commented, adding, "The importance of each individual Marine cannot be over emphasized. Our Marines continue to perform their duties day in and day out in the manner in which our nation expects. The individual Marine is our Barracks' most important asset." "But the residents here shouldn't think of Marines as robots programmed to do just certain things, they are just as human as anyone else. In fact, watching all the training these Marines go through, it reminds me of a funny story," said the XO. "I'll never forget the time when I was the commanding officer of a recruit training battalion and it was during one company's final inspection that I decided to go around and inspect the recruits myself," explained the lieutenant colonel. "I walked up to this one recruit and noticed that his belt was buckled wrong. "So I asked the recruit to look at my belt buckle and to look at his belt buckle and tell me what was wrong with this picture. Well, the recruit looked at both for a time and when I thought he noticed the problem, he said, 'Sir, your have a smudge on your buckle.' "He then stepped out of formation and took it upon himself to wipe the smudge mark off my buckle while at the same time, his drill instructor standing behind me was dying of shock that this recruit would actually have the nerve to fix the commanding officer's uniform. "Of course after about 30 seconds, the recruit noticed what was wrong with his buckle and with that he jumped back into formation and said, 'Sir, the recruit is wrong,"' the XO said, still laughingabout the incident. Daily flight schedule posted Sign up for Space "A" at McCalla Hangar on the following days: Monday and Thursday, 1to 5 p.m.; Tuesday and Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; or at the Leeward Air Terminal, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Baggage is limited to two pieces per person, not to exceed a total of 66 pounds. Flight schedules are subject to change. TYPE Aircraft DATE C-131 C141 C-130 727 C141 727 9/6 9/7 9/7 9/8 9/10 9/12 LOCATION Washington, D.C. Guantanamo Bay Washington, D.C. Guantanamo Bay McGuire AFB, N.J. Guantanamo Bay Charleston, S.C. Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Kingston, Jamaica Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int. Norfolk Int. Guantanamo Bay Kingston, Jamaica Guantanamo Bay Norfolk Int. ARRIVE DEPART 11:00 a.m. 7:35 p.m. 11:15 a.m. 5:30 p.m. 11:45 a.m. 4:40 p.m. 1100 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 3:55 p.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 2:15 p.m. 6:15 p.m. 7:30 a.m. 1:10 p.m. 2:20 p.m. 1:40 p.m. 8:00 a.m. noon 1:00 p.m. 3:20 p.m. 12:55 p.m. 8:00 a.m. noon 1:00 p.m. 3:20 p.m. Note: Civilian attire is authorized for military personnel in a leave status on MAC flights (C-130, C-141, 727), provided it is so annotated on your orders. However, for flights on all Navy aircraft (C-9 or C-12) military personnel must be in the uniform of the day. Water Condition Bravo is now in effect Please conserve fresh water Gallons of water in storage as of: Friday, Sept. 1 Saturday, Sept. 2 Sunday, Sept. 3 Monday, Sept. 4 Goal: 825K Gallons of water used: Friday, Sept. 1 Saturday, Sept 2. Sunday, Sept. 3 Monday, Sept. 4 14.05 MIL 14.15 MIL 14.06 MIL 14.09 MI. 819 K 779 K 965 K 847 K Present water restrictions are: No watering lawns or plants No washing vehicles, private or government No washing or rinsing boats, dive gear or recreational equipment No air conditioning for two hours daily (8 to 10 a.m.) Full loads of laundry are to be washed on even calendar days only CONSERVE! ARE YOU SAVING YOUR 40 PERCENT? K = Thousands of gallons MIL = Millions of gallons ENERGY SAVINGS TIP: Flush commodes sparingly. *UNDER GOAL* *UNDER GOAL* *OVER GOAL* *OVER GOAL*

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By LT. J.G. JOHN REITZ As the next PRT (Physical Readiness Test) approaches, the number of runners seems to increase around Cooper Field. Eyes half open, limbs flailing, mouths agape, the runners work out. Some look natural as they stride on, while for others every step seems suspended in slow motion as if some invisible hand was torturing their life form forcing an awkward gait. Invariably though everyone looks sharp on Hollywood Blvd., that section of Sherman Ave. and Cooper Field (where all the cars go by) turns into Hollywood Blvd. during that early morning exercise hour. You suck in your gut, stand tall, stride strong and breathe as casually as you can because that early morning traffic is heavy and everyone is watching. Yes, we all need to exercise and keep our physical bodies in good health and shape. As you sweat and pound Hollywood Blvd., remember that regular exercise of our Spiritual selves is also important. The Danish theologian and philosopher Kierkegaard has a parable of a wild duck. "With his mates, this duck was flying in the springtime northward across Europe. On the flight he happened to come down in a barnyard in Denmark where there were tame ducks. He ate and enjoyed some of their corn and stayed -first for an hour, and then for a day, and then for a week, and then for a month, and finally, because he liked the good fare and safety of the barnyard, stayed all summer. But one autumn day when his wild mates were winging their way southward again they passed over the barnyard and their mate heard their cries. It stirred him with a strange thrill of joy and delight; and, flapping his wings, he rose in the air to join his old comrades in their flight to the land of summer. "But, alas, he found that his good fare had made him so soft and heavy that he could rise no higher than the eaves of the barn. So he sank, back again to the barnyard and said to himself, 'Oh, well, my life is safe here and the fare is good.' Every spring, and again every autumn, when the wild ducks flew over his barnyard and he heard their honking cry, his eyes gleamed for a moment and he began to lift his wings and would fain and joined his mates. But at the length came when the wild ducks flew over him and uttered their cry and he paid not the slightest attention to them." Exercise your self physically, keep in shape; it's the only body you have. And, while you do so, remember that exercising your spiritual dimension is also important. Don't ever lose the gleam in your eyes and the ability to fly. Don't settle for a tame duck. Flap those wings, suck in that gut, stand tall, stride strong physically and spiritually! NEW ARRIVALS Baby's Name: Robert Thomas Parent's Name: P01 and Mrs. Frank Ingold Date: August 27, 1989 Weight: 8 lb. 5 oz. To announce your newest arrival in the Guantanamo Gazette, submit the baby's name, the parent's name, the date of birth and the weight of the baby. Entertainment Tonight On Channel 2 4:00 5:00 5:30 6:00 6:15 6:30 7:00 8:00 9:00 SESAME STREET NAVY NEWS THIS WEEK ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT NEWSCENTER 8 CNN SPORTS LATENIGHT CNN HEADLINE NEWS OPEN LINE THE UNTOUCHABLES MOONLIGHTING Guantanamo Gazette Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Naval Base Commander .Capt John S. Boyd USN Public Affairs Officer .Lt. Bob Hines. USNR EditorialStafT Ed itor. JO C B ill D ougherty Sports E ditor. JO t Fred A .D ias A ssistant Editor. JO SN Lisa M .Enloe, U SN Staff Assistant. Kristen L. Adkins The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the Public Affairs Office of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. This newspaper is an authorized publication formembers ofthemilitary services and their families stationedoverseas. Its contents do notnecessarily reflectthe official views of the U.S. Navy and do not imply endorsement thereof. The Guantanamo Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. CHAPLAIN'S CORNER BAYI Back to school party Come out to the hottest place in town, "Saturday's" teen night club and meet all of your fellow classmates for a swinging night for fun. MWR Youth Activities is sponsoring a teen "Back to School" party Saturday, Sept. 9, from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Admission fee is $1 for members of "Saturday's" and $2 for non-members. For more information, call the Youth Center at 4075. Mongolian barbecue Call a halt to cooking chores Wednesday, Sept. 6. The Clipper Club is offering a mongolian barbecue for your pleasure. The cost is $7.50 per person. Call Dorletta at 6330 for more information. Booster club meeting Looking for a community service? Come join us. We're looking forward to an exciting year. The first general membership of the W.T. Sampson High School Booster Club will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m., in the high school library. Any community resident may join the Booster Club. See you there. Diablo Printer The ribbon for the Diablo Printer 630 has been substituted by a new version under NSN 7510-01173-1426. Some users have had problems in working with this ribbon. The Supply Department is interested in hearing from all who may have been experiencing problems with this new ribbon. Call Chief Wright at 4861. BEQ Advisory meeting The BEQ Advisory Board's monthly meeting will be held Monday, Sept. 11, at 3 p.m., in the BEQ Lounge. All members or alternates are urged to attend. Required materials for exam All QM, OS, BM, EW candidates will be responsible for bringing such items as maneuvering boards, parallel rulers and dividers as appropriate for testing. Candidates may also use log tables and slide rules. PSD will not provide these testing materials. Ford representative There will be a Ford representative available at Personalized Services until Thursday, Sept. 7, during regular mall hours. Opportunity available The Command Master Chief is looking for a few sharp personnel who would like to be on the Command Color Guard. If you would like to find out more about this, call 3239. Command coffee cups The Command coffee cups that were ordered through Chief McKee have arrived. Come up to the CMAA office and pick up your cup. Housing inspection Housing inspections will be conducted by the Naval Station Fire Department each Tuesday and Thursday, from 4:30 to7 p.m. The next scheduled inspections will be held on the following dates and locations: Thursday, Sept. 7WI 2721-B through 2722B and EP-X4. Residents who are unable to comply with the above schedule should call the Fire Prevention Office at 3441 or 3442 for a scheduled appointment. Delivery service The Concession Stand has delivery service available to base offices. There is a five to 10 order minimum with a 50 cent delivery charge. Hazardous Waste shop The Hazardous Waste Shop is not connected with Pest Control. For information on Hazardous Waste, call 4994. For more information, call 4111. Magazines and books needed W.T. Sampson High School is in need of any old magazines or books for this school year. Drop off donations at the high school music room. PAGE 2 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1989 GUANTANAMO GAZETTE NEWS EOD training Small boating, swimming and diving will be secured Wednesday, Sept. 6, from a.m. to 4 p.m., in the vicinity of Phillips Park between the Windward Point lighthouse and buoy 2A to midchannel due to detonation of explosives. AA meeting A business meeting will be held Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m., for Alcoholics Anonymous. A new secretary and treasurer will be selected. All members are cordially invited to attend. Remember, in order to keep it, we have to give it away. Water outage There will be scheduled water outage Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 9 and 10, from midnight to 7 a.m., for PWD personnel to conduct a water leak survey. The following areas will be affected: Saturday, Sept. 9 -Iguana Terrace Sunday, Sept. 10West Iguana Women of the Chapel The Women of the Chapel will meet Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 6:30 p.m., at the Chapel Room 919B. All women in the community are invited to attend. Come and "make a joyful noise" by bringing a favorite song to play from a cassette tape or a record. Optical The Optical Department would like their customers to know that they have received a shipment of Logo and Guccis frames. Stop and see or call 4263. Caribbean Craft Fair All you crafty people mark Dec. 2 on your calendar for our Biannual Caribbean Craft Market. Individuals that are interested or that just have questions should call Ellen Roessler at 2428. GBOWC Coffee The Gitmo Bay Officer's Wives Club will be hosting a coffee Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 6:30 p.m., at the Deer Point Officer's Club. All wives that are interested in becoming a member are encouraged to attend. Displays will be provided by local individuals and organizations. For more information call, Lynn Durgin at 3892 or Lynda Oakes at 2322. Mail Orderly training There is a mandatory training class for all personnel that have turned in Mail Orderly applications to the Post Office and are waiting for appointment as Mail Orderly, Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 9 a.m., at the Family Service Center training room. Topics include the following: mail security, mailroom operating procedures and mail handling. Any other Mail Orderlies that have not attended the previous classes are welcome to attend. Pre-separation course A one half day pre-separation course is available for all naval base personnel who will be separating at EAOS. This course is required for all personnel separating who are otherwise eligible for reenlistment. This course is designed to familiarize separatees with important information regarding the following: forms and documents, military obligations, unemployment and reemployment rights, medical and Veterans Benefits. The next course will be offered Thursday, Sept. 7, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Family Service Center training room. To obtain a quota, naval station personnel contact Chief Foley at 4575 or 4298. Open Line Open Line will be held Tuesday, Sept. 5, at7 p.m. This week's topic is DODDS and Captain John Boyd's guests will be Mrs. Tyler and Dr. Arnold Watland. Air Terminal News Flash Due to runway closure at NAS Norfolk, Va., until Tuesday, Sept. 12, all passenger flights, C-9, MAC and MEDIVACS, will be processed at the Norfolk International Airport. All report times remain the same. For more information, call 6204 or 6408. Energy Savings Tip On very warm days, use your draperies and curtains to help keep the heat from the sun out of your house. Draw draperies and curtains across windows during the hottest part of the day.

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CLASSIFIED ADS All items for the classified section must be submitted on 81/2 in. paper with a maximum of 40 words per advertisement. Each item to be sold must be submitted on a separate sheet of paper unless they fall under the same category. Ads submitted which includea variety of items will be placed under Miscellaneous. Ads must be signed and include a phone number where the submitter can be reached during normal working hours. Deadlines: Ads are publishedfor two consecutive days (Monday and Tuesday and Thursday and Friday).Adsmust be in by noon Wednesday or Friday preceding the desired publication dates. Leeward Point residents may submit ads via telephone. All other residents must submit written ads to the Public Affairs Office, Bldg. 760, Admin. Hill. APPLIANCES Kenmore gold heavy duty washing machine, good cond. Call 4320 or 4148 DWH, ask for Tarry. '70 Olds Cutlass Supreme convertible, $1,200 OBO. Contact PO2 Smith at 4527 DWH or GHT A-327 AWH. '77 MG Midget convertible. Call 2239 AT. '77 Fiat stationwagon, new alt., reg., batt., water pump, very depend., excel. dive vehicle, $560 OBO. Call 4241 DWH or 2324 AWH. '82 Ford EXP, great car, runs and looks good, I'm get hort, $2,500. Call 4520/4819 D .k6 22 ft. Owens cabin cruiser, 350 cu. eng., VHF radio, aux. kicker, 2 bunks, sink, bathroom, dive platform, to much new equip. to list, needs handyman to finish hull, $2,000. Call 2688 AWH. EF.RNII.URE La-Z-Boy couch and 2 butcher block end tables, 2 yrs. old, moving, must sell, $250 OBO. Call 2592 AT. Easy chair, wood frame, foot stool, $15, must sell. Call Rose at 4502 or 4819 DWH. MISCELLANEOUS Ergometerexercise bike, $90. Weedeater, $25. Wooden lamp, $15. Infant/toddler boy's clothes, some girls, bassinet, $15. Call 3650 AWH. Rowing machine, hardly used, must see to appreciate, $60 OBO. Call 4541 DWH or 3835 AWH. Matemity clothes, women's clothes, women's shoes, purses, boys baby clothes, boy's clothes, bed guard rail, reg. and children's double sheet sets w/bedspread, hand towel sets, pillows. Call 2592 AT. CHANGE YOUR WATER USE HABITS A wasteful toilet flush uses six gallons of water. A waste-conscious toilet flush uses three to five gallons of water (tank displacement or half-flush devices). Don't be a water-waster.use a waste-conscious toilet flush. Brass bar access., cutlery set, popcom popper, wall hanging, child's swim vest, ball gloves, Teach Me Watch, Star Stage microphone. Call 2592 AT. Dried flower arrangements, small baskets, brass figures, large glass ashtray, brass framed pictures and hurricane lamp, blue shower curtain w/rugs, tank and lid cover, telephones, sunglasses, HotSticks curlers, puzzle, misc. cards. Call 2592 AT. PETS Black and white terrier cross. Call Andy at 4881 DWH or 3863"AWH. SERYCES Certified Home Daycare Providers have openings: call Jane Dillon at 3447, located in Tierra Kay; Veronida at 2386 (full-time only), located in Villamar housing. STEREO EQUIPMENT Teac reel-to-reel tape deck, Sansui tuner/ receiver, 2 Pioneer 100W and 2 Kenwood 50W speakers. FMI, call 2490 AWH. Co. 'L' gets 'assist' for Marine victory Recently, Marines from Co. "L" participated in the Fourth Annual Run and March Competition with Marine Barracks Ground Defense/ Security Force against the First Battalion Jamaican Regiment in Jamaica. The six Marines from Co. "L" contributed greatly to this year's victory and were instrumental in the basketball and marksmanship events. Both events were won by the Marines. The backbone of the basketball team was Lance Cpl. Latrele Watson and Lance Cpl. Rusty Gates of Co. "L." Watson was the high scorer for the team that won the game with his dribbling and scoring ability. Gates' unique basketball style, a cross between rugby and basketball, provided the needed defense to slow the Jamaican basketball team's surge. Additionally, his unique soccer style turned a demonstration soccer game between the Jamaican and Mafine's Platoon into a rugby game. Sgt. David Johnson was on the 1987 Marine Barracks/Co. "L" Run and March Platoon. His experience and briefs to this year's platoon contributed greatly to the understanding of the rules and what to expect from the competition. Additionally, he was the center for the basketball team and held his own in the tough competition which was reflected in the 60-59 victory. Cpl. Ernest Modock and Cpl. Brian Westlake, fireteam leaders, provided the small unit leadership and superior physical conditioning that enabled the platoon to run as well as they did. During the 5-mile Run and March event, they gave other Marines a breather when they helped carry extra gear (i.e. -the 17pound squad automatic weapon). Lance Cpl. Sailor Hasting, the platoon's messenger, contributed with his superb marksmanship. This year's Co. "L" Marines enjoyed their stay in Kingston at the Jamaican Defense Force Barracks and were an important part in the overall success of the Run and March Competition. WEEKLY MOVIE SCHEDULE September Officers CPO Downtown McCalla Marine Leeward Windjammer Villamar Pool 4 5 6 7 Mon Tue Wed Thu ---20 4 3 2 1 4 3 2 2 1 4 3 3 2 1 4 8 Fri 5 6 7 8 ---19 ---19 9 Sat 17 9 10 11 12 2 10 Sun 18 13 14 15 16 3 -Indicates there will be no movie. Bold print indicates a double feature will be shown. 1. Cocoon -The Return: Don AmecheWilford Brimley: In this sequel of "Cocoon" senior and aliens alike have returned to rescue the cocoons from dangerous earthquake activity, only to have a school of friendly oceanographers accidentally stumble upon and capture one of the cocoons at the exact same time. What a lucky break. COMEDY-DRAMA (PG) 1 hr. 54 min. 2. A Cry in the Dark: Meryl Streep -Sam Neill: A nine-week-old daughter of Lindy and Michael Chamberlain disappears from an Australian campground. With very little to base their case on the authorities soon charge Lindy with the murder of her daughter, which triggers an outrageous and completely irresponsible field day for the press. DRAMA (PG-13) 2 hr. 1 min. 3. Big Top Pee-Wee: Pee-Wee HernanKris Kristofferson: The adventures continue when a storm brings a circus to Pee-Wee's farm and he tries to master a talent that will make him a circus star while becoming romantically involved with two lovely ladies. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 40 min. 4. Midnight Run: Robert De Niro -Charles Grodin: A bail-jumping accountant is pursued by a tough excop turned bounty hunter. What should be leisurely five-hour flight from New York to Los Angeles erupts into a cross-country chase. ACTION (R) 1 hr. 42 min. 5. From the Hip: Judd Nelson -Elizabeth Perkins: Judd nelson is "Stormy" Weathers, a young lawyer who outrages the legal establishment with his knack for courtroom theatrics. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 51 min. 6. D.O.A.: Dennis Quaid -Meg Ryan: Remake of the 1949 cult film, with Quaid as a college professor in big trouble: not only has he been accused of a crime he didn't commit but someone has poisoned him with a slow-action toxin. SUSPENSE (R) 1 hr. 36 min. 7. Dot and Keeto: Animation: Animal lover Dot accidentally eats a magic root that shrinks her to insect size. Keeto the Mosquito is her guardian as Dot hunts for the special bark that will return her to full size. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 15 min. 8. The Chipmunk Adventure: Chipmunks and the Chipettes: The Chipmunks compete with the Chipettes in an around-the-world hot-air-balloon race for a $100,000 prize. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 17 min. 9. Stakeout: Richard Dreyfuss -Emilio Estevez: A cop falls in love with the woman he's spying on as his long-suffering partner watches. ACTION-COMEDY (R) 1 hr. 58 min. 10a. Double Feature: The Weather Lady: Rocky: Come see Rocky and all his zany friends in various cartoon clips. CARTOON (G) 29 min. 10b. Cinderella: Animated: At the palace ball, Prince Charming is captivated by the beautiful Cinderella only to lose her at the stroke of midnight. With Cinderella's glass slipper as a guide Prince Charming searches the countryside for its owner in this enchanting Disney classic. ANIMATION (G) 1 hr. 15 min. 11. Crocodile Dundee: Paul Hogan -Linda Kozlowski: Paul Hogan as a primitive, fearless and jovial Australian whose antics earnhim world recognition and comedic trip to the "wilds" of Manhattan. COMEDY (PG-13) 1 hr. 38 min. 12. Caddyshack H: Jackie Mason-Dyan Cannon: A gag-filled frolic involving a wealthy middle-class contractor who wants to join a snooty country club to please his daughter. COMEDY (PG) 1 hr. 37 min. 13. Appo'n ment With Death: Peter Ustinov -Lauren Bacall: It's 1937, and passengers on a cruise ship are bound for the Holy Land. Among them is the famous super sleuth of immeasurable powers of mental deduction, Hercule Poirot. Wherever Poirot goes, murder follows. MYSTERY-DRAMA (PG) 1 hr. 42 min. 14. Solar Babies: Richard Jordan -Jami Gertz: An adventure set on Earth in the distant future, when water is more precious than life and the planet is visited by mystical force from outer space. ADVENTURE (PG13) 1 hr. 35 min. 15. The Witches of Eastwick: Jack Nicholson -Cher: Three modem day witches test their powers by wishing for a tall dark stranger. HORROR (R) 1 hr. 58 min. 16. Friday the 13th Part VII -The New Blood: Lar Park Lincoln -Kevin Blair: The macabre and indestructible Jason is chained and trapped at the bottom of Crystal Lake. He is accidentally freed by a teenager with telekinetic powers. The battle begins. HORROR (R) 1 hr. 30 min. 17. Elvira, Mistress of the Dark: Cassandra Peterson -W. Morgan Sheppard: Dreaming of financing her own show in Las Vegas, Elvira leaves Hollywood. Unfortunately, what promised to be a rich endowment, turns into a nightmare. COMEDY (PG-13) 1 hr 36 min. 18. Platoon Leader: Michael DudikoffWilliam Smith: A former Vietnam veteran suffers from nightmares after his tour of duty. He reconciles his wartime dilemmas with the help of his family and the passage of time. DRAMA (R) 1 hr. 32 min. 19. Adventures of Pippi Longstocking: Tami Erin -Eileen Brennan: A magical little orphan girl settles into a small coastal town with her talking horse and monkey. She quickly unsettles the town with her sense of humor, phenomenal strength and outrageous personality. FANTASY (G) 1 hr. 40 min. 20. Dangerous Liaisons: Glenn Close -John Malkovick: Marquise de Merteuil's current lover has left her for a 16 year old virgin so Merteuil implores Vicomte de Valmont her former lover to use his remarkable seductive powers to deflower the girl and soil her for her future husband. DRAMATIC-COMEDY (R) 2 hrs. G PG R All Ages. Not recommended for younger children. Under 17 not allowed without parent or adult guardian. Movies begin at 8 p.m. GUANTANAMO GAZETTE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1989 PAGE 3 *BAY DINING STOPLIGHT INN Tonight's Dinner: Corned Beef or Meatloaf Wednesday's Lunch: BBQ Chicken CONCESSION STAND Wednesday's Lunch: Pepper Steak BLUE CARIBE Tonight's Dinner: Pepper Steak Wednesday's Lunch: Whole Tom Turkey DEER POINT OFFICERS' CLUB Tonight's Dinner: Steamboat Round Wednesday's Lunch: Chicken Buffet CPO CLUB Tonight's Dinner: Two Steak Dinners for $13 Wednesday's Lunch: Whole Tom Turkey WINDJAMMER CLUB Tonight's Dinner: Windjammer is Closed. CLIPPER CLUB Tonight's Dinner: Two Steak Dinners for $10

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SPORTS Dodger pitcher plays cissical music FROM WIRE REPORTS It's unusual to find a ballplayer who has diverse talents off the field, especially those in the neo-classic realm. The Los Angeles Dodgers have one. His name is John Wetteland and he has looked good on a few occasions since the Dodgers brought him up from the minor leagues in mid-summer. He is 23 years old and has a shining future in front of him in baseball. All he has to do is to learn how to pitch. Now, about off the field: Wetteland is the son of a concert pianist. He, himself, plays the piano, the saxophone, the clarinet and he writes poetry. He is interested in matters pertaining to the sea and has actually observed sharks at close range, hiding behind rocks on the ocean floor. Pitching for Los Angeles, he is bound to attract some attention in Hollywood and who knows where that will take him. Wetteland carries an electric guitar with him on road trips and when the other players are out on the town, he sits in his room and plays the guitar, trying to master new tunes. It may be a trifle bothersome to the occupant of the next room, but it keeps Wettland relaxed. Rec League Basketball NAVSTA Gold 61 Security 52 NAVSTA Blue FTG Over-30 Lunch Time League Marine Barracks SIMA 40 26 71 52 College Football Scores (11) Colorado Buffalos -26 Texas Longhorns -6 Illinois Fighting Illini -14 (3) USC Trojans -13 AREA ATHLETICS Youth Activities Coaches needed The GBYAA is still in need of a commissioner, sponsors and coaches for the soccer season starting approximately Friday, Sept. 15. For more information, call Woody Wodrazka at 4114 during working hours, or 2903 after working hours. Monthly meeting The next GBYAA monthly meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 5, at 7:30 p.m., at the Youth Center. GBYAA is looking for a new secretary. Parents with questions or input are urged to attend. For more information, call Woody Wodrazka at 4114 during working hours, or 2903 after working hours. Pre-teen skateboard Pre-teens, get ready for a skateboard competition at the Youth Center Thursday, Sept. 7. Competition starts at 6:30 p.m., with registration at 6:15 p.m. The entry fee is $1 per person. Awards will be presented to the first, second, and third-place winners. For more information, call the Youth Center at 4075. Teens 5K Run/Walk Students in grades nine through 12 can participate in a Youth Activities sponsored 5K Run/Walk Saturday, Sept. 9, starting at 8 a.m. Register at the MWR Hobby Shop at 7:30 a.m., on the day of the event. Entry fee is $2 per person. This Run/Walk is in preparation for the teen triathlon. For more information, call the Youth Center at 4075. Fitness Division activities Captain's Cup soccer An organizational meeting for Captain's Cup soccer will be held at the base gym Friday, Sept. 8, at 5 p.m. For more information, call John Powell at 2560. Aerobics time changes Effective Tuesday, Sept. 12, advanced aerobics will be taught at the base gym from 5:45 to 7 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Saturday sessions are from 9 to 10a.m. Cost per class is $1.25. For more information, call the MWR Fitness Center at 3846. Softball Rec League An organizational meeting for the Softball Recreation League will be held in the base gym Thursday, Sept. 7, at 5 p.m. Register at the base gym. The amount of the entry fee will be determined by the number of teams participating. For more information, call John Powell at 2560. Football time changes Effective Saturday, Sept. 9, all football games scheduled for Saturdays and Sundays will be played at 5, 6:15 and 7:30 p.m. This schedule will be in effect for the rest of the season. All Friday games will be played as previously scheduled at 6, 7:15 and 8:30 p.m. For more information, call John Powell at 2560. Aquatics Department activities Swim team update The Blue Dolphin Swim Team has transferred practice from the Windjammer Pool to the Marine Pool effective Tuesday, Aug. 29. The practice sessions are from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. Both youth teams need more members. Prospective swim team members must be able to swim 50 yards before beginning swim practice with either team. For more information, call the MWR Aquatics Department at 2193. Hydroaerobics Hydroaerobics, taught at the Marine pool from 6 to 7 p.m., Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, is available on a walk-in or registration basis. Anyone interested in participating on a walk-in basis must pay $2 per session in advance at the gear issue desk in the base gym and bring the receipt to the hydroaerobics instructor. For more information, call Beth Krouch, aquatics manager, at 2193. MWR pool winter hours All MWR pools are now on winter hours of operation until May 31. The Officers' Pool hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Sunday and holidays from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. The pool is closed on Tuesday. The Windjammer Pool hours are Friday through Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The pool is closed on Thursdays. The Marine Pool hours are Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The pool is closed on Mondays. The Villamar Pool hours are Thursday through Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. The pool is closed on Wednesdays. The Leeward Pool hours are Wednesday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information, call the MWR Aquatics Department at 2193. Villamar Pool movies Bring the children to Villamar Pool every Friday night and cool off in the pool while watching a movie. Friday, Sept. 8, it's the animated movie "Pipi Longstocking." All movies start at 8 p.m. Project Player events Foosball tournament You asked for it! Project Player is sponsoring a foosball tournament for adults at the Youth Center Tuesday, Sept. 5. Doors will open for practice at 6 p.m. with single elimination play beginning at 7 p.m. Register at the Youth Center by 6:30 p.m. on the night of the event. The entry fee is $1 per player. Come and join the fun and bring out the kid again. For more information, call Amy Asche at 3246. Dart tournament Hit the bullseye at a Project Player dart tournament set for Monday, Sept. 11, at the Leeward Clipper Club. Single elimination play begins at 7:30 p.m. Registration is set from 7 to 7:25 p.m. that night with a $1 entry fee. A first-place trophy will be awarded. For more information, call Amy at 3246. Corral events Night horse rides Mosey on down to the MWR Corral for the two night horse rides set for September. The first ride is Thursday, Sept. 7, followed two weeks later with another ride Thursday, Sept. 21. Both rides are from 7 to 9 p.m. The fee is $5 per person with 16 horses available. Register at the MWR Corral. For more information, call Colen or Laurie at 2381. Bowling notes Bowling meeting There will be an organizational meeting for the Monday Night Men's League, Friday, Sept. 8, at 5 p.m. at Marblehead Lanes. Team captains with a proposed roster should be present. Plan to start bowling Sept. 11, at 6 p.m. For more information, call Greg Brayton at 6204 or Steve Sykora at 4898. Reef Raiders notes Wednesday, Sept. 6, the Recreation Committee will meet at 6 p.m. and the Board of Directors will meet at 7 p.m. If you are a member of either of these two groups or are an interested club member, plan to attend. Other club-sponsored activities are planned for September. Saturday, Sept. 9, is a Windward Hidden Beach Dive. Two tanks, free air to participating Reef Raiders Club members. Reef Raiders' combination lock will be on the gate after 8 a.m. Friday, Sept. 22, a potluck dinner with team games afterwards is planned. Watch this space for further details. For more information about these activities, call Jackie at 2618 or Patti at 2922 after working hours. Shuffleboard tournament A Partner's Shuffleboard tournament is set for Thursday, Sept. 7, at the Officers' Club. Registration is from 6:15 to 7 p.m. and single elimination play begins at 7 p.m. The fee is $2 per team. All authorized patrons are encouraged to enter. For more information, call 3246. PAGE 4 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1989 Local Scores I GUANTANAMO GAZETTE


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