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DAILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 41- No. 213 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Wedensday, November 6. 1985


CNO announces shorter deployments


_ Sailors and members of Wircraft squadrons will
immediately see a change in the amount of time they will be deployed, according to Chief of Naval Operations Admiral James Watkins. -,
He says each ship will be in
its home port at least 50
percent of the time.
"The secretary of the Navy,
fleet commanders-in-chief, and I
agree that the time and resources are here to eliminate excessive operating tempo for ships and aircraft squadrons and
achieve long standing personnel tempo limits," said Adm. Watkins.


The bottom line is, that military members will be able to spend more time at home with family and friends.
Adm. Watkins says it is expensive to keep ships and aircraft squadrons at sea, both in human and material terms. The past few years, according to the CNO, the Navy has grown both in size and operation tempo, and
the "dollar cost has soared proportionately." Because of the dollar cost, he says that "we simply cannot continue to afford these levels while expanding our capabilities and modernizing our forces."


Adm. Watkins says more important than the cost, is the
people.
In closing, he says, "We are
committed to reduce OPTEMPO and increase time at home while maintaining readiness and meeting the Navy's' mission responsibilities around the
world. OPTEMPO reduction and PERSTEMPO achievement will be accomplished as a top Navy priority supported by all hands."
Tomorrow's Daily Gazette will feature Adm. Watkins' entire message concerning reduced deployment.


oviet spy fr

PI) -- The Soviet spy who defected, and then un-defected, is free to go home, any time he pleases.
It may be just hours before
Vitaly Yurchenko climbs on board a plane to Moscow. American officials suspect he may face-some hard questions there, just as he has many left unanswered questions behind.
Yurchenko is a top-level KGB agent who was hailed as a prize defector from the Soviet Union. He surfaced Monday at the Soviet


ree to return to Moscow


Embassy and declared he had been kidnapped by the CIA, and wanted
to go home.
He was interviewed by the State Department in Washington yesterday, as it had demanded
before he was given his clearance to get on the plane to Moscow.
Yurchenko clasped his hands
like a victorious prizefighter when he emerged. State Department spokesman Charles Redman says the administration is
satisfied Yurchenko's decision


to spurn the life of a defector and return home was "made of his own free will."
Speculation is focusing on whether Yurchenko had deceived U.S. intelligence from the
beginning, or got cold feet and bolted in an effort to get back into Moscow's good graces so his family would not be terrorized.
It is also reported that a romance may have figured in the case, a woman with whom he had an affair had told him the relationship was over.


Statseand local elections, produce historic results


(UPI) -- State and local elections across the nation yesterday were marked by expected results in some places, and historic results in others.
Tradition-steeped Virginia shed its deep-rooted conservative political image overnight by electing its first black and first woman to statewide offices. Democrat Gerald Baliles won the Virginia governorship handily, leading a Democratic sweep that elected Douglas Wilder, a black, as lieutenant


governor and Mary Sue Terry as attorney general.
New Jersey re-elected Republican Governor Thomas Kean with a thundering landslide in the only other statewide election in off-year balloting.
Big city mayors, among them Edward Koch in New York, George Voinovich in Cleveland and Kathy
Whitmire in Houston, all won re-election.
Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre appears to have lost in his bid for an unprecedented seventh


from around the


(UPI) - Spencer Kimball, president of the Mormon Church, died last night in *his Salt Lake City apartment. He was 90 years old. Kimball was the twelfth president of the Mormon Church, which has 5.8 million members nationwide. Church spokesman Don Lefevre says Kimball had been in poor health for years and his death was attributed to natural causes.

(UPI) -- The flooding rains across the Appalachians dwindled to scattered showers, but they have left at least 19 people dead and forced thousands out of their homes. Up to 10 inches of rain have fallen on Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio.

Poland is awaiting the resignation of Prime Minister General Wojciech Jaruzelski. He is the Communist Party leader and armed forces commader, who broke head of government in 1981 and crushed the Solidarity Trade Union Movement. He is expected to step down as prime minister today but remained head of the Communist Party and armed forces.

(UPI) - The crew of the shuttle Challenger is preparing for its glide back to Earth today. Good weather is expected for their landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California, at 12:44 p.m. It is the windup of an unprecedented shuttle flight chartered by West Germany, hailed as "nearly perfect" by scientists.

(UPI) -- South African police fired into a crowd of mourners returning from a funeral and one man


term. Ferre was trailing two Cuban-born challengers in a close battle, but final returns are being delayed until later today by a computer malfunction.
Three New England communities in Connecticut and New
Hampshire, turned down advisory referendums opposing the Supreme
Court: decision legalizing abortion. Oak Point, Ill., upheld its year-old ban on handguns.


globe...


is reported wounded. Police and soldiers also were deployed on buses carrying some 2,000 mixedrace high school pupils to an army base outside Cape Town for year-end examinations.

(UPI) -- Guatemala's military president reaffirmed yesterday he will turn over power to a civilian government, ending 31 years of military rule that begun with a coup backed by the CIA. General Oscar Humberto Mejia warned the civilian government not to investigate alleged human rights abuses by the Guatemalan army, calling such claims unfounded. The civilian president will be decided by a run-off election December 9.

(UPI) -- The Rolls-Royce is a smashing car, and the J.C.Penny Department Store in Springfield, Va., proved it. Every time a crew tried to balance the car on Wedgewood cups, the precious china broke. So the store is sending for some more and will try again. It is all part of a
"Best of Britain" exhibit which is to be visited Monday by Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

(UPI) -- Immigration officials in San Jose, Calif., want to talk to Jose Caballero, who came to their attention when he won $2 million in the state lottery this week. That is because Caballero is an illegal alien. Although he reportedly says he wants to become a citizen and buy a furniture store. The government says
Caballero can either face a deportation hearing or return to Mexico voluntarily. He says he is not interested in returning to Mexico.


National American Sampson Elementary Sehool Education Week will be as it looked in 1964. In observed November 17-23, our presentations of and we will be featuring education and schools, one information about of our old photos will be education and the W.T. the dependent school as it Sampson dependent schools looked in 1932. (official here. For today's old U.S. Navy photo) Guantanamo photo, W.T.


Business world

(UPI) -- For the third time in five sessions the Stock Market has set a new record high, leaving the Dow Industrials just shy of the once unheard of 1,400 level.
Yesterday's strong rally lifted the Dow 6.99 to 1,396.67. Trade was active at 119.1 million shares. Advances declines 9-5.


Closing Dow Jones Averages:
30 Industrials
20 Transportation
15 Utilities
65 Stocks


1,396.67
669.59 161.01 565.20


6.99 5.38 0.31 3.04


A greener Guantanamo Bay

A greener Guantanamo Bay, that is what Capt. John Condon,
COMNAVBASE, said he wants to see.
To support "green," the captain has changed the grass
watering policy and residents my now water their lawns three
evenings a week.
He says lawn watering is permitted Monday, Wednesday and
Saturday for 45 minutes, beginning after 5 p.m.
Capt. Condon stressed that we still need to conserve water
where practical, and that an extra day of watering lawns was permitted so people would not. abuse the privilege and leave
water running all night.
In another note about green, grass seed is now available at
the Self-Help stores. See "For Your Information" on page three
for more details about grass seed.




Troops patrolling in Chile


(UPI) - Chilean army troops are patrolling the slums of Santiago today to prevent a repeat of yesterday's violent outbursts
which saw 18 people injured and more than 100 arrests.
A two-day protest against the military government of President Augusto Pinochet was called by opposition parties and unions.
They are seeking the release of


12 labor unions jailed in September for organizing earlier demonstrations.
Authorities say Santiago and a
500-mile region of Central Chile were blacked out last night when leftist guerrillas blew up a high tension electrical tower in a rural area south of the capital. Power was still out early today.















For your information...


COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD I


September 1985 Substitute Advancement Exam -- The substitute examination for the September 1985 advancement cycle will be held November 12, Tuesday, 7:15 a.m., Windjammer Club. Candidates are to report in uniform with I.D. cards.

Self-Help Store - Grass
seeds are now available for family housing occupants. Please be advised, only one bag per quarters due to limited supply. The Self-Help Store hours or operation are Mondays through Saturdays, 8 a.m. until 5:15 p.m.

Fire Wardens Training Class -- The NAS Fire Wardens Training Class for classification of fires and extinguishers will be held November 7, Thursday, 9 - 10 a.m., NAS Fire Station Fire Department. For more information, call ABH2 Mitchell, 6450.

High School Advisory Council -- The next High School Advisory Council Meeting will be held in the school library November 7, Thursday, 4:30 p.m. Community members are encouraged to attend.

Leeward Point Flea Market and Craft Sale -There will be a Leeward Point Flea Market and Craft Sale November 16, 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., basketball court across from the Mini-Mart. The $1 donation for a table will go to the Leeward Point Community Children's Christmas Party. For more information, call Kay Morgan, 6309 or Gay Gandolfo, 6117.

Fil-An Club -- The Fil-Am Club is holding a Beach Party/Potluck Luncheon November 10, Sunday, noon,
Cabanas 15 and 16, Windmill Beach. Hamburgers will be provided. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, 2601 DWH, 2908 AWH or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH.

Chief Petty Officers' Ness -- The Chief Petty Officers' Mess will reopen the Harbor Lights Lounge, November 13, Wednesday. The club will resume its regular schedule hours of operation. NSGA/CORLE Wives Club
The NSGA/CO"L' Wives Club will have a meeting November 7, Thursday, 7 p.m., Radio Point 307, Donna Wilson, 4603. All women of the command, both active duty and dependent, are invited to attend.


EEO Special Emphasis
Committee -- The EEO Special Emphasis Committee will hold a special meeting November 7, Thursday, 2:30 p.m., PWD Conference Room, for selection of officer for Black History Celebration Month. For more information, call Bettye Martin, 4612.

Vietnam Vets -- Anyone interested in starting a Vietnam Vets Rap Group? If you have a need to talk about combat related experiences because they affect you, your job, your loved ones and many other parts of your life, please contact John at 3311 AWH.

Navy Wives Club of
America -- Navy Wives Club of America Iguana #131 invites all Army, Coast Guard, Marine and Navy spouses to join our membership. We can help enhance your tour in GTMO. Our next meeting is November
13, 7 p.m., old high school, room 22 (Quonset. hut classroom in back). Nominations of 1986 officers and upcoming events are on the agenda. If you're new to GTMO, what a better way to
startoff than with awhole family of friends in one
night. For more information, call B.J., 2787.

Treasure and Trivia -Please help us serve you! Treasure and Trivia staff and volunteers spend more hours sorting and preparing donations for display. Merchandise will appear on the shelves quicker if you can do some of the sorting at home. Check clothing for permanent stains, broken zippers, missing mates and discard these items. Bag donations in sturdy plastic bags and tie securely. Bring donations in during store hours, Thursdays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The drop box is closed temporarily and cannot accommodate donations made during other than store hours. Thank you.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has received a shipment of Christmas decorations and Christmas wrapping paper. So, to make sure you are not left out, shop early while the supplies last.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX has received a shipment of beautiful charms in our
Jewelry Department. So, shop early to satisfy your favorite person.'-


DAILY GAZEE
U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN...............Ccmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. Omdr. Rick Fischer, USN ................ Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Guillebeau, USN ................ Asst. PAD/Managing Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN ........................Assistant Editor
Mrs. Susan Junkins...... .....Secretary/Associate Editor
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
SA Vicki Strickland ................................ Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulaions r snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on governments equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or
Commander, U.S. Naval Base.


We encourage you to participate...


Your voice, your ideas...your newspaper!
By all means, we encourage you to participate in the Daily Gazette. Do you have a good suggestion, a comlaint or a strong opinion about a certain issue? Well then, write a letter tothe editor (Stop 53). Are you an aspiringjournalist and want to write a story? Please, let us know what is on your mind. And if you


Thursday's agenda...


1 to 3 a.m. --Wild Animal Control, Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, Morin Center.

6:30 a.m. -- Catholic Mass, Base Chapel.

9 a.m. -- NAS Fire Wardens Training Class, NAS Fire Station, 6450.
8:30 a.m. -- Live Firing, VC-10.

9 a.m. -- Deadline for


department heads to submit daily
muster reports to admin office.

2:30 p.m. -- EEO Special Emphasis Committee, PWD Conference Room, 4612.

4:30 p.m. -- High School AdvisoryCouncil, School
Library.

7 p.m. -- NSGA/Co. L Wives Club, Donna Wilson's house, Radio Point 307, 4603.


8 p.m. -- AA Meeting, Naval Hospital ARD Wing-O, call 2604 or 7269.

8 p.m. -- MOVIES -- COMO, "Lawman Without A Gun;" Windjammer, "Secrets;"; CPO, "Porky's Revenge;" Downtown, "Cal;" McCalla, "Dreamhasers;" Marine, "The Purple Roseo Cairo;" Leeward, "Into thW Night."


Easier access to direct appointment announced


Good news for dependents of local military and civilian sponsors!
While it is not a definite guarantee of federal employment, Executive Order 12362 provides for easier access to direct appointments in the Federal Civil Service for spouses and unmarried children (under 23 years old) of military and civilian appropriated fund employees serving overseas. Although this provision does not mandate that employees in this category be automatically given federal appointments upon their return to the U.S., it does allow U.S. civilian personnel offices the flexibility to make such


appointments if desired.
To be eligible for this program, a family member must accumulate 24 months of creditable service in an appropriated fund position within any ten year period beginning after January 1, 1980; must have a satisfactory or better performance rating; been a bonafide dependent during their overseas employment and meet all qualificiation requirements (including any written tests) for the position for which they apply.
Eligible employees have two years after their return to the U.S. to exercise the provisions of this executive order.


New policy for personnel office


So the Civilian Personnel Office can better meet the needs of its customers, this policy is
now in effect:
Office hours for prospective hires, dependents and others seeking employment, will be from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Applications may be dropped off at any time during the day, but no questions will be answered in the morning.
All non-supervisory employees desiring to visit the personnel office must make an appointment and have their visit approved by their immediate supervisor. A permission slip will be used for
this purpose. Appointments will be made only during the hours of 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, unless the
personnel staff agrees that the morning hours will be mutually beneficial.
The personnel office will be open at all times to managers and supervisors for visits and phone calls. It is desirable for supervisors to call first to assure the individual they




Hook

Friday
7:00 p.m. Bible Study
"Book of Romans"
9:00 p.m. Movie
"Gospel Road"
Saturday
7:00 p.m. Bible Study
"Discipleship"
8:30 p.m. Music Concert
"Sandi Patti"

The Hook is open to people of
all faiths.


have a special black and white photoraph you would like to see in print, bring it by our office. The Daily Gazette staff is in Buildin 760 (Admin Hill) and-w
areopen from at least midnight to 4:30 p.m., Sunday night to Friday afternoon. If we can help you in any way, give us a call at extension 4819 or 4502. We are good and getting better. With your help, we will be the best newspaper in the Navy!


desire to see is in the office
and not previously scheduled for another appointment.
-No information-will be provided to employees regarding the status of an announcement, including if or when the certificate was issued or who
was on the certificate. Dnployees will be notified after
the selection is made as to whether they were certified.
Managers will be appraised of vacancy status upon request. Daily calls, however, only slow down the process.


As an added incentive, efforts are underway to reduce the
required 24 months of creditable service to 18 months, although this has not been finalized.
Locally, employees who have career/career conditional status and are transferring with their military/civilian sponsor are eligible for 90 calendar days leave without pay to sea
federal employment in their n location. 4
Dependents who do not have competitive status are not
authorized leave without pay upon their departure.
If you have any questions about your status, talk to your supervisor or contact the Civilain Personnel Office, 4101.





Blue Caribe Specials

Thursday

"Steak Kabob'-Tender Beef Chunks
On Skewer
With all Trimmings
$6.95

Friday

"Red Snapper Escoviech"
Vegetable
Roll and Butter
$5.25


Telephone bills due by the 30th


Telephone bills are due and payable by the thirtieth of each month, at 5 p.m. For your convenience, please pay your bill by check or money order and drop your bill and payment in our drop box, available 24 hours a day, at the telephone building 609.
For Leeward Point residents, your payment can be made by the thirtieth of each month, by 9 a.m., at the Public Works Department Trouble Desk on Leeward side.



U.S. weather


Location Precip.

Albequerque Anchorage Atlanta Baltimore 0.34 Boise 0.03 Buffalo 2.16 Chicago Cleveland 2.48 Denver Des Moines El Paso Hartford 1.82 Los Angeles Lubbock New Orleans


When the thirtieth of.ta month falls on a weekend, your bill is due and payable by the next working day. November 30 falls on a Saturday, therefore telephone-bill are due by December 2, 5 p.m. The telephone Cash Collection Agent's hours of operation will be as follows for November 8, Friday.
7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Open 9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Closed 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Open


Today


PTCLDY CLOUDY
SUNNY
PTCLDY RAIN PTCLDY PTCLDY CLOUDY SHWRS CLOUDY FAIR CLOUDY
SUNNY PTCLDY
SUNNY


40/65
14/22 38/63 47/62
32/52 41/50 36/57 45/53 31/44 37/50 41/72 43/50 56/80 42/68 45/70


Tomorrow


PTCLDY PTCLDY
SUNNY SUNNY
RAIN CLOUDY PTCLDY CLOUDY PTCLDY PTCLDY FAIR SUNNY SUNNY FAIR PTCLDY


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36/52 39/53
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Dentists can help abused children


By Evelyn D. Harris

(AFPS) -- Military dentists are in good position to help with the problem of child abuse,
claims Col. (Dr.) Gary R.
Badger, USA, a pediatrics dentist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. More than 65 percent of physical abuse cases involve the head, neck and upper
extremities. Of head injuries, 32 percent involve fractured teeth. Says Dr. Badger, "In the course of a thorough iaination, dentists can easily
4F such injuries."
Although reporting by dentists
of potential child abuse cases has increased, the number submitted by military dentists is still low considering the number of abuse cases they are
likely to observe.
A dentist suspecting abuse
should follow his/her command's protocol for handling child
abuse cases, including an on-the-spot appointment for the child with one of the installation's pediatricians.
Dr. Badger exphasizes the importance of a follow-up to ensure the examination was made.
If the parents don't take the child to a pediatrician, the jntist is responsible for
Champus g



By Sgt. Maj. Rudi
Williams, USA

(AFPS) -- CHAMPUS is taking a get-tough attitude toward some 900 military family members, retirees and health care
providers who owe the government nearly $3 million in overpayments. About 75 percent of the money is owed by beneficiaries, the balance by
providers.
CHAMPUS' first step in trying
to recoup the money is a
strongly wrded- letter demand ing"
payment. Sent to debtors via CHAMPUS claim processors, it advises them of their rights and steps the government might take
if they fail to pay.
Debtors are given 30 days to
respond. If the bill isn't paid by then--or satisfactory arrangements made to pay it-the
name of the debtor or the active duty sponsor is turned over to the appropriate military service. The money is then
deducted from salary or annuity
checks.
If the person didn't retire,
but left the service before 1ying the bill, his or her name 811 be turned over to credit
reporting and collection
agencies, a CHAMPUS spokeswoman
said.
"Sometimes outstanding bills

AUTOS
'75 Plymouth Valiant, excellent GTMO transportation, $1100 neg. Call
3921.
'73 Matador Wagon, $600 neg. Needs minor work to brakes, but I have
parts. Call Bill at 3522 AWH.
'74 Plymouth Valiant, green, lots of new parts, paint job. Runs good,
$850 or nearest offer. Call Clarke at 3020 DWH between 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 4783 AWH between 7 and 10
p.m.

'68 VW Beetle, excellent condition, many new parts, must see to appreciate, $2000 or best offer.
*. Chief Way at 6346 DWH or 6259

'80 Toyota 2-door liftback, a/c,
AM/FM, just passed inspection, great little car, $3000 or best offer.
Come see. Call 4743 AT.

GOLF CART
One golf cart, excellent batteries, (will play 36), spare tire and charger $600 firm. Call 6267 DwH or
3190 AW.

TWO WHEELERS
'80 Yamaha 400 Special, good
condition, $900 or best offer. Call
PO Wallace at 4134.

'84 Honda Aero 80, $850.
Available now. Call Father McMahon
at 4550 DM or 2923 AWH.


taking steps to make certain the installation's child protection personnel initiate an investigation.
Dr. Badger advises dentists that "Unexplained oral abrasions and burns, head contusions, broken and darkened teeth, and jaw fractures are cause to suspect abuse."
As the Journal of Dentistry for Children said in a recent issue, "Bruises that take the
shape of a recognizable object are usually not accidental." The
publication also advises doctors to look for such evidence of neglect as thinning hair and malnutrition, improper clothing for the season and lack of cleanliness.
Dr. Badger says, "While some abusing parents may deny the truth to the doctors and caseworker, they are often thankful that the dentist has discovered the abuse. Bringing the child to the dentist for
examination is often a cry for help."

With treatment, parents can often change the behavior
pattern that leads to abuse and may learn alternate and acceptable ways of handling anger.


jets tough

are due to a misunderstanding...the people didn't
know they were supposed to pay the money," she said. "Once they've been notified, a lot of them settle up.
"Disclosing delinquent account information to consumer reporting agencies could hamper a person's ability to obtain credit in the future," said the spokeswoman.
Debts of $600 or more that have been written off as uncollectible are being reported
to the Internal Revenue -Service and will be added to the debtor's gross income. This happens when a person either refuses to repay the money or doesn't have enough money to liquidate the debt.

CHAMPUS officials cited
several reasons for
overpayments, including payments of duplicate claims, payments to
the wrong person, an ineligible beneficiary, and payments for services that were not received or were not medically necessary. Calculation, coding and billing errors account for some
over payments.
Errors are often caught through internal audits, reports by health insurers or providers, and notification by sponsors and beneficiaries.


3 --THIS 'N THAT-3 3 Calvin Klein would never put his name to these


By Tom Joyce

(AFPS) -- Which one doesn't belong:
a. Designer jeans. b. Designer cars. c. Designer drugs.
d. Designer chocolates.
e. Designer sheets.
If you picked "c," go to the head of the class.
Controlled substance analogs, more commonly referred to as "designer drugs," have the potential of being a large problem, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration.
These drugs are chemically altered just enough to circumvent the Controlled Substances Act, which identifies dangerous drugs by their unique chemical makeup.
Dr. Brian Cox, professor of pharmacology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, said
amphetamines are among the most readily modified drugs. "Home
chemists are increasing the complexity of the structure of the amphetamine molecule to create MDA," he said. "Currently one of the most popular designer
drugs is MDMA--methylene dioxymethamphetamine, (street name: "Ecstasy," or XTC)--closely related to MDA, the love drug of the 1970s.
The idea of altering chemicals to produce new drugs is not new.


Reading corner

Children's Book Week
November 11-17 is "Children's Book Week." Celebrate this week by doing some of
the following activities.
*Take a family trip to the
library. Give your children time to browse through the children's section and choose
some books to take home.
*Set aside a time each
evening when the whole family
reads together.
*Discuss the books or
stories that your children
read.
*Show your children that
you think reading is important.
*Read to your children.
Of course, the tips can be
used throughout the year.


Drug companies do it all the time. However, pharmacologists doing it for therapeutic reasons extensively test their new discoveries over long periods of time to alleviate potentially dangerous side effects.
Not so with designer drugs. As with any illegal drug, users don't know what they are taking, how pure the chemical is, what it's "cut" with, or what its side effects--and they can be devastating-will be.
Another catastrophic danger of
designer drugs is unexpected neurotoxicity not present in the parent drug. An example is MPTP--a particularly vicious by-product of the efforts of amateur chemists to come up with controlled substance analogs from other chemicals...and not doing it right. In many cases, MPTP produces a chemical Parkinson's disease. The effects--tremors of the hands and fingers, rigid muscles,
slowness of movement and speech and a mask-like, expressionless face-are irreversible, and some users have died.
"Some agents used to prepare the chemical compound," said Dr. Cox, "may still be in the final
drug. None of the drugs bought


PUZZLE


ACROSS

1. Greek god
5. French
river
10. Blackboard
Jungle
author
(2 wds.) 12. To detour 13. Theater
sign
15. Atop
16. Tiny 17. Gush 18. A parent 20. Horse 22. Gym class
(abbr.) 24. Female 26. And so on
(L., abbr.) 27. Mike 28. Silly 29. Part of
bride's
dress
31. For each
32. Compete 35. Perceive 36. Somewhat
(suff.) 37. Precedes


mechanism
or motor 39. -_Paulo 40. Pup's cry 41. Government
agency
(abbr.) 43. Direction
(abbr.) 45. Wane 46. Convincer 48. TV antenna
(2 wds.) 50. Ms. Adams
etal.
51. Remainder

DOWN

I. Naught
2. Fifty-fifty chance
(2 wds., sI.)
3. Sadat's land (abbr.) 4. Frosty, the

5. Lyres 6. United 7. A thing 8. Honors
9. Went awry


Potpourri & Grab The Saler


BOATS
Bow Rider 15' Bass Boat, 48hp
outboard Mariner engine with fresh water flushing unit, low range depth finder, live bait well with air flow pump, 12/24 volt electric trolling motor hi/lo speed, three anchors,
500 feet of anchor line, two 12 volt batteries, two boat covers, two
oars, two life vests, one floatation cushion, two gas cans with fuel line $1700 firm. Call BTC Foreman at 4657 CW or 3444 AWH.

COr 19' pontoon boat with Johnson 33hp outboard motor, trailer included. Like new, must see to appreciate, $2000 or best offer.
Call Chief Way at 6346 DWH or 6259 AWH.
PElTS
One female, all white cat, about one years old; one male, tabby stripped cat, about one years old; black female dog, mostly Shepard, about eight months old. The animals shots are up-to-date. Need to find homes for them by November 10. For more information, call Jake at 2492 AWN or 3792 DWH.
Need to find a good home for a two year old male, Siberian Ibsky, AKC registered. Also, a seven month old "GTMO Special" puppy. Good watch dog and very affectionate. For further details, call JAnet at 2345 CNH or 3533 AWH.


SCUBA GEAR
One Seaquest BC, $35; one Dacor BC, $25. Like new. Call 4502 CNH or 3190 AWH.
CLOTHING
Navy blue 3-piece men's summer suit, the pants are 32x34, very nice, $40. Call 3169 AT.
AIR CODITIONERS
Whirlpool 24,000 BTU, six months
old, paid $650, will sell for $450; GE 7,000 BTU, good for small room, $75. Available now. To see, contact Jake at 2492 AWN or 3792 DMN.
GE 18,500 BTU, perfect for a
living/dining room, asking $290 neg. Available November 22. Call 2217 CNH or 3765 AT.
Sears Kenmore 12,000 BTU, runs great, energy saver, $250; Sears Kermore 21,000 BTU, like new, energy saver, $500; GE 11,800 BTU, six
months old, energy saver and sleep mode, $300. All available November 27-December 5. Call Chief Way at 6346 CNN or 6259 AWH.
One 18,000 BTU, $300; 11,000 BTU, $200; 8,000 BTU,$20. All cool excellently. Available du-ing week of December 13. Call 4502 11H or
3190 AWH.
APPLIANCES
Whirlpool washing machine, $40. Call 2123 AWH.


SERVICES
Pony Express is now taking bookings for holiday parties. Nothing like a
live band to acid excitement to your party. Call Sue at 3851 AWN.
Will do housecleaning for final inspection. Guaranteed to pass. Call 4011 AWH.
Will do final inspection house cleaning. Guaranteed to pass. Call
Rosa at 3522 AH.
Have your negatives enlarged to 3x7, 5x7 or 8x10 for only $2. Call Bill at 3522 AWH.
Will clean house for final
inspection. Highly qualified. Call K. Anderson at 3220 AT.
I will perform magic shows for whatever the occasion may be. Just call 2864 and ask for Rafe or Kelli for information and appointment.
WAITED
Locking for qomenne to contract for 1all engine repairs. t.ust have the
ability to work on various forms of outboard/inboard motors, mopeds,
lawn mwers, etc. Contact Lance Don, Community Activities Division at Recreation Services, 2991.
Rug steam cleaner with upholstery attachment. Would like to bor-ow or rent for one-time use. Call 3967 AT.


on the streets has been tested for toxicity."
Dr. Cox pointed out that there is no feasible way an illegal
"home" lab can test chemical compounds. "It's relatively inexpensive to set up a chemistry laboratory to synthesize drugs," he said. "But
it's very expensive to set up a pharmacology lab to test these drugs."

Keeping controlled substance analogs off the streets can be a difficult process, since as soon as one analog is ruled illegal, illicit nanufacturers could
alter the chemical and produce another new drug.
Ron Buzzeo, deputy director of
the Office of Diversion and Control for the Drug Enforcement Administration, said Congress has given the agency emergency powers to put controlled substance analogs on the illegal drug lists.
"In addition, new legislation has been introduced into Congress that will in effect tie
up the loose ends concerning these analogs," he said. "It will make the manufacturing and distribution of analogs of controlled substances illegal."


11. Color 14. Ouch! 17. Collection 19. Actor
Shariff 21. Tellurium
(chem.) 22. Captives 23. AngloSaxon slave 24. Rub dry

25. Always
good
(2 wds.) 27. Polynesian
super-


natural
force
30. Saver 33. Annoy
34. Little
Evelyn
37. Sword (Br.) 38. Fertile spot 40. Exist 42. Time zone
(abbr.) 44. Formerly
(arch.)
46. Mr. Lincoln 47. Scottish
explorer 49. Two (pref.)


Pony Express needs a vocalist who plays guitar or keyboard. John
kward will not easily be replaced, but we must try. If you are ready to move up to an active working band, call Rick at 4502 UWH.
Lady to replace me in 9 a.m. Monday Ladies Bowling League. Great team. Good fun. Plus, your first and last-two games of this season are paid by me. Please call 4743 AT.

'80 or later, 60hp or larger Johnson outboard rmtor. Call 2638 AWH.
Old Atari 2600 for parts. Call 2411 AWH.
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Technics SL-03 turntable, $70. Call 3808 AT.
JVC's RX500B with wireless remote control, 100w/channel, Kenwood's
KX70ORB, bi-directional, music search and -epeat, both in excellent condition. Will sell both for $400. Call Paul at 3200 or 3065.



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SPORTSWORLD Soviet Union gymnasts take lead away from Romanians


(UPI) - The depth of the Soviet
Union Women's Team allowed the squad to take the lead from Romania after today' s compulsory first round of the World's Gymnastics Championship in
Montreal.
The defending champion did it by surviving dismal uneven parallel bar routines by its two leading stars. Reigning world champion Natalia Yurtchenko
tumbled from the bars once and her teammate, Elena Shoushounova, 15, fell twice.


The mishaps caused a dramatic eleventh-hour shift in the individual standings.
Olga Mostepanova, considered the fourth seed on the sixthwoman Russian team, earned a
perfect 10 with her final event on the balance beam. As a result, she moves into first place in the individual standings with 39.475 of a possible 40 points.
The United States' young, rebuilding Olympic silver medalist team also performed


sadly on the uneven bars during its mid-day competition. After opening with that rotation, the Americans rallied on their three
final events and scored well enough to finish the day in seventh place.
East Germany is third in the field of 19 nations entered in the competition.
National champion Sabrina Mar of Monterey Beach, Calif., leads the Americans in scoring. The
15-year-old star has 38.375 points.


Sportstalk


(UPI) -- The Cleveland Browns
kept their record intact on Sunday by losing at Pittsburgh. The 10-9 setback gives Cleveland
an 0-16 record at Three Rivers Stadium.
The Browns did everything they could to end the jinx.
The team changed hotels, flew instead of taking the traditional short bus trip, and
brought a chunk of so-called lucky turf from Cleveland Stadium. The Browns even had a witch in their rooting section.
But none of these moves or charms stopped Pittsburgh's Gary Anderson from successfully kicking a 25-yard field with nine seconds left in the game.


Anderson's boot sailed through the rain, split the uprights and once again made losers of the Cleveland Browns.
Eric Schubert spent most of the football season as a substitute teacher and part-time coach at a New Jersey High
School.
In fact, two weeks ago, the former University of Pittsburgh kicker says he "was coaching on Saturday and watching TV on Sunday."
But with regular kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh out with a hamstring pull, the New York Giants called on Schubert last weekend. And Schubert responded with field goals of 24, 36, 24, 41 and 33


yards.
Schubert's five-for-five day gave the Giants a 22-20 win over Tampa Bay.
Had Schubert's last attempt
failed, the Buccaneers' perfect record may have been gone. But as it now stands, Tampa's mark still is unblemished. The Bucs are 0-9, and the only winless team in the NFL. (


Seabee IOK/5K Walk and Run -- There will be a SeaBee 1OK/5K Walk and Run, November 16, sponsored by NMCB-3 Det GTMO. The 5K is slated to start at 7:15 a.m.
and the 1OK yill start at 7:45 a.m. A specially designed T-Shirt will go to all applicants. There will be
awards in eight categories. For more information, call Race Hotline, 4838/4825. The race will start at Special Services, Cooper Field.


Karate For Females Only
-- Self-defense against street assault, a slow and easy way, will be offered every Wednesday, 7 - 8:30 p.m., Bldg. 211 Marina Pt. For more information, call 3530.


Reef Raiders -- The Reef Raiders is having a cook out at Windmill Beach for the November meeting. Elections will be held for the officers and board of directors. Results of the Fish Hunt wi11
be announced and prizes awarded. Come on out to Windmill Beach, November 7,
Thursday, 6 p.m., for hamburgers and decide the future of the club.

PADI Dive Classes -- Do you want to get more out of GTMO? Take PADI Open-Wate Dive Classes. Class starts November 12, and is limited. For untouched underwater
life, off-shore boat diving in beautiful clear blue water, sign up for the PADI Advance Dive Classes. Class
starts November 6. For more information, call PADI Dive Instructor Nels Palm, 3331.


Nordiques snap back for win


(UPI) -- The Quebec Nordiques twice snapped back from one-goal deficits in the final period last night to defeat Boston 7-5 and take sole possession of
first place in the NHL's Adams Division. Anton Stastny scored a pair of goals and John Anderson
came through with the game-winner as Quebec moved two


points ahead of the Bruins in the division standings.

In other NHL play, it was Montreal pounding Hartford 8-3,
Washington embarassing Chica 8-4, Edmonton out-gunnii Vancouver 6-4, and the New Yor Islanders and Calgary skating to a 4-4 draw in overtime.


Sports briefs ,


Charger faces disciplinary action


(AP) -- Some notes on the NFL, the New York Giants signed holdout wide receiver Earnest
Gray to a two-year contract. Gray is the team's sixth leading all-time receiver. San Diego Coach Don Coryell says tight end Kellen Winslow faces disciplinary action.
Winslow skipped a Charger practice Monday. His agent told The Tribune of San Diego, Winslow is unhappy about his


lack of playing time last Sunday.
The Miami Dolphins waived eight-year veteran offensive tackle Eric Laakso, who has not played since suffering a knee injury early last season.

The Green Bay Packers waived rookie punter Joe Prokop.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed defensive end Mark Studway and tight end K.D. Dunn.


Olajuwon ignites Rockets' victory


(UPI) - Akeem Olajuwon canned a season-high 41 points last night
to ignite the Houston Rockets' 127-113 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. The second-year pro scored 27 of those points in
the first half, but the Rockets put the game away by going on a 12-2 spurt midway into the third
quarter for a 85-63 lead. Kiki Vandeweghe was top gun for the visiting Trail Blazers with 28 points.
Looking at the rest of the NBA


By Charles Morey

Florida is barred from Bowl games, but there is a glittering consolation prize dancing on the horizon. Would you believe the National Championship?
Well, the Gators have moved
into the number-one spot in the latest Associated Press Poll.
They have three regular season games remaining, beginning with a brawl with Georgia this Saturday in Jacksonville.
We will have a guess in a moment, but first, last week. We had 33 right and eleven wrong, which ran our totals for the season to 263-and-90. Our percentage is .745.
Back to Florida and Georgia. The Gators were savage on defense last week, in their 14-10 decision over Auburn. They held Bo Jackson to 48 yards on 15 carries before he left the game with an injury. We think Florida has motivation to go the rest of the way unbeaten and
will take the first step with a victory over Georgia.


action, it was New Jersey taking Washington 112-106, Milwaukee ripping San Antonio 126-97, Denver nailing Atlanta 128-113, Utah popping Golden State
118-99, Seattle edging New York 84-80, and Cleveland stunning the Los Angeles Lakers 129-111. The loss dampened a pre-game ceremony at the L.A. Forum,
where the Lakers unfurled their World Championship banner and received their 1984-85 championship rings.


Number-two Penn State continues to win by small margins, but it still looks good
in the record book. The Nittany Lions should remain undefeated with a victory over Cincinnati this week.
Third-ranking Nebraska will play host to Iowa State and we are afraid the Cornhuskers will be unpleasant about it. Fourthranking Ohio State is at
Northwestern, that one is no contest.
Fifth-ranking Air Force will greet the West Point Cadets, and appears to be at least one touchdown better.
Iowa, which dropped to sixth place this week, should take it out on Illinois.
Number-seven Oklahoma should handle Missouri, which finally won a game last week.
Miami of Florida, in eighth
place, is taken to down Maryland, but it will not be easy.


Boxing
(AP) -- Boxer Michael Spinks has cut his ties with the Light Heavyweight Division. Spinks yesterday gave up his Light Heavyweight Championships and turned his attention to defending his IBF Heavyweight crown. Promoter Butch Lewis says Spinks' first Heavyweight title defense will be announced within two weeks. He indicated the fight will be in February.

World Cup Amateur Boxing Championships
(AP) -- Four Americans have reached the final round of the fourth World Cup Amateur Boxing Championships in Seoul, South Korea. The U.S. finalists are Middleweight Adam Garland, Welterweight Daryl Lattimore, Featherweight Kelcie Banks and Light Heavyweight Kevin Bryant.

AFC Players
(UPI) -- Quarterback Dan Fouts of the San Diego Chargers and cornerback Terry Taylor of the Seattle Seahawks were named the AFC's offensive and defensive "Players of the Week." Fouts completed 23-34 passes for 302 yards and a pair
of touchdowns in the Chargers' 30-10 win over Denver. Taylor ran an interception back 75 yards for a touchdown and blocked a field goal in the Seahawks' 33-3 victory over the Los Angeles
Raiders.

Nissan Cup World Championship
(UPI) -- The Hawaiian island of Maui will be the
focus of the golf world today through Saturday


Ninth-ranked Michigan will hold off Purdue.
Oklahoma State, in tenth place, should have too much firepower for Kansas State.

In eastern games, we like Connecticut over Boston University, Colgate over Penn, Dartmouth over Columbia, Holy Cross over Harvard, Syracuse
over Navy, Princeton over William and Mary, Temple over Pitt, West Virginia over Rutgers and Yale over Cornell.
In the south, look for Auburn to bounce back against East Carolina. Florida State is the
pick over South Carolina. Georgia Tech should polish off Tennessee-Chattanooga, Alabama may squeeze by LSU, but not by much. Tennessee is taken to beat Memphis State.
North Carolina may spring an upset at the expense of Clemon. Virginia is perferred over North Carolina State. Richmond should


when four six-man teams meet in that $750,000 Nissan Cup World Championship. The squads represent the PGA tours of the United States,
Europe, Australia-New Zealand and Japan. The U.S. team is made up of Curtis Strange, Lanny Wadkins,
Mark O'Meara, Calvin Peete, Ray Floyd and Corey Pavin. The players were selected by virtue of
their standings on the special "World Money List."

Swedish Tennis
(UPI) -- The $375,000 Stockholm Tennis Open provided a surprise yesterday when Frenchman Thierry Tulasne upset number-two seed Mats Wilander. Tulasne eliminated the Swedish star, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2. On the American side of the net, the winners were Scott Davis and Tim Wilkison. Top seed John McEnroe plays his first match today.

Manager Of The Year
(UPI) -- UPI's National League "Manager of the Year" honors belong to Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds. In the balloting by 26 UPI correspondents, Rose was given 12 votes to edge Whitey Herzog of the St. Louis Cardinals, who garnered 10. During the first full season as the Red's player-manager, Rose directed the club to second-place finish in the Western Division. Thi year, Cincinnati improved its record from 70-91D to 89-72 for the best turnaround in the Majors. Rose also broke Ty Cobbs's all-time career hit record in '85.


outscore Houston. Southern Methodist is much too strong for Rice. Hawaii should make a successful invasion of Texas-El Paso. Texas Tech has enough to whip Texas Christian. Tulsa should polish off Drake.

There will be some fur flying in the Pac Ten. For openers, UCLA is the pick over Arizona.
Arizona State is taken to turn back the always dangerous Washington Huskies. Southern California will roll ove * California. W

Fresno State gets the call
from Pacific. Stanford appears to be a few points better then
Oregon State. Utah should send New Mexico home a loser. Brigham Young's aerial attack will flatten Utah State.

Weber State ip taken over
Northern Arizona, and San Diego State should make a successful invasion of Wyoming.


repel Brown. Kentucky is the choice over Vanderbilt. Virginia Tech looks better than Louisville. Wake Forrest has what it takes to down Duke.
In midwestern states, we like Indiana State over Ball State, Michigan State over Indiana, Kansas over Colorado, Minnesota over Wisconsin, the resurging Irish of Notre Dame over Mississippi, Western Michigan over Ohio University, and Central Michigan over Toledo.

In a key game in the Southwest Conference, Baylor will run into Arkansas in Little Rock. Both teams are eying the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day. Arkansas is tough to beat at any time. But,
in Little Rock, the Razorbacks think they are wild boars.
However, Baylor took last week off to get ready for this one. A fresh and fit Baylor team may punch out a win.
Texas should be able to


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DAILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -CNO announces shorter deployments 1985 \ ~ t' k r r' .Sailors and members of aircraft squadrons will immediately see a change in the amount of time they will be deployed, according to Chief of Naval Operations Admiral James Watkins. He says each ship will be in its home port at least 50 percent of the time. "The secretary of the Navy, fleet commanders-in-chief, and I agree that the time and resources are here to eliminate excessive operating tempo for ships and aircraft squadrons and achieve long standing personnel tempo limits," said Adm. Watkins. oviet PI) -The So defected, and the is free to go home pleases. It may be just Vitaly Yurchenko c a plane to Moscow. American offici may face some ha there, just as he unanswered question Yurchenko is a agent who was hail defector from the He surfaced Monday The bottom line is, that military members will be able to spend more time at home with family and friends. Adm. Watkins says it is expensive to keep ships and aircraft squadrons at sea, both in human and material terms. The past few years, according to the CNO, the Navy has grown both in size and operation tempo, and the "dollar cost has soared proportionately." Because of the dollar cost, he says that "we simply cannot continue to afford these levels while expanding our capabilities and modernizing our forces." spy free to return t viet spy who Embassy and declared he had been n un-defected, kidnapped by the CIA, and wanted any time he to go home. He was interviewed by the hours before State Department in Washington limbs on board yesterday, as it had demanded before he was given his als suspect he clearance to get on the plane to rd questions Moscow. has many left Yurchenko clasped his hands ns behind. like a victorious prizefighter top-level KGB when he emerged. State Departled as a prize meant spokesman Charles Redman Soviet Union. says the administration is at the Soviet satisfied Yurchenko's decision Adm. Watkins says more important than the cost, is the people. In closing, he says, "We are comitted to reduce OPTEMPO and increase time at home while maintaining readiness and meeting the Navy's mission responsibilities around the world. OPTEMPO reduction and PERSTEMPO achievement will be accomplished as a top Navy priority supported by all hands." Tomorrow's Daily Gazette will feature Adm. Watkins' entire message concerning reduced deployment. o Moscow to spurn the life of a defector and return home was "made of his own free will." Speculation is focusing on whether Yurchenko had deceived U.S. intelligence from the beginning, or got cold feet and bolted in an effort to get back into Moscow's good graces so his family would not be terrorized. It is also reported that a romance may have figured in the case, a woman with whom he had an affair had told him the relationship was over. State and local elections produce historic results (UPI) -State and local elections across the nation yesterday were marked by expected results in some places, and historic results in others. Tradition-steeped Virginia shed its deep-rooted conservative political image overnight by electing its first black and first woman to statewide offices. Democrat Gerald Baliles won the Virginia governorship handily, leading a Democratic sweep that elected Douglas Wilder, a black, as lieutenant governor and Mary Sue Terry as attorney general. New Jersey re-elected Republican Governor Thomas Kean with a thundering landslide in the only other statewide election in off-year balloting. Big city mayors, among them Edward Koch in New York, George Voinovich in Cleveland and Kathy Whitmire in Houston, all won re-election. Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre appears to have lost in his bid for an unprecedented seventh from around the (UPI) -Spencer Kimball, president of the Mormon Church, died last night in his Salt Lake City apartment. He was 90 years old. Kimball was the twelfth president of the Mormon Church, which has 5.8 million members nationwide. Church spokesman Don Lefevre says Kimball had been in poor health for years and his death was attributed to natural causes. (UPI) -The flooding rains across the Appalachians dwindled to scattered showers, but they have left at least 19 people dead and forced thousands out of their homes. Up to 10 inches of rain have fallen on Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and Ohio. *) -Poland is awaiting the resignation of Prime Minister General Wojciech Jaruzelski. He is the Communist Party leader and armed forces commander, who broke head of government in 1981 and crushed the Solidarity Trade Union Movement. He is expected to step down as prime minister today but remained head of the Communist Party and armed forces. (UPI) -The crew of the shuttle Challenger is preparing for its glide back to Earth today. Good weather is expected for their landing at Edwards Air Force Base in California, at 12:44 p.m. It is the windup of an unprecedented shuttle flight chartered by West Germany, hailed as "nearly perfect" by scientists. (UPI) -South African police fired into a crowd of mourners returning from a funeral and one man term. Ferre was trailing two Cuban-born challengers in a close battle, but final returns are being delayed until later today by a computer malfunction. Three New England communities in Connecticut and New Hampshire, turned down advisory referendums opposing the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. Oak Point, Ill., upheld its year-old ban on handguns. globe. is reported wounded. Police and soldiers also were deployed on buses carrying some 2,000 mixedrace high school pupils to an army base outside Cape Town for year-end examinations. (UPI) -Guatemala's military president reaffirmed yesterday he will turn over power to a civilian government, ending 31 years of military rule that begun with a coup backed by the CIA. General Oscar Humberto Mejia warned the civilian government not to investigate alleged human rights abuses by the Guatemalan army, calling such claims unfounded. The civilian president will be decided by a run-off election December 9. (UPI) -The Rolls-Royce is a smashing car, and the J.C.Penny Department Store in Springfield, Va., proved it. Every time a crew tried to balance the car on Wedgewood cups, the precious china broke. So the store is sending for some more and will try again. It is all part of a "Best of Britain" exhibit which is to be visited Monday by Prince Charles and Princess Diana. (UPI) -Immigration officials in San Jose, Calif., want to talk to Jose Caballero, who came to their attention when he won $2 million in the state lottery this week. That is because Caballero is an illegal alien. Although he reportedly says he wants to become a citizen and buy a furniture store. The government says Caballero can either face a deportation hearing or return to Mexico voluntarily. He says he is not interested in returning to Mexico. National American Sampson Elementary School Education Week will be am it looked in 1964. In observed November 17-23, our presentations of and we will be featuring education and schools, one information about of our old photos will be education and the W.T. the dependent school as it Sampson dependent schools looked in 1932. (official here. For today's old U.S. Navy photo) SGuantanamo photo, a.m. Business world (UPI) -For the third time in five sessions the Stock Market has set a new record high, leaving the Dow Industrials just shy of the once unheard of 1,ecaolevel. Yesterday's strong rally lifted the Dow 6.99 to 1,396.67. Trade was active at 119.1 million shares. Advances declines 9-5. Closing Dow Jones Averages: 30 Industrials 20 Transportation 15 Utilities 65 Stocks 1,396.67 669.59 161.01 565.20 Up Up Up Up 6.99 5.38 0.31 3.04 A greener Guantanamo Bay A greener Guantanamo Bay, that is what Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, said he wants to see. To support "green," the captain has changed the grass watering policy' and residents. my now water their lawns three evenings a week. He says lawn watering is permitted Monday, Wednesday and Saturday for 45 minutes, beginning after 5 p.m. Capt. Condon stressed that we still need to conserve water where practical, and that an extra day of watering lawns was permitted so people would not abuse the privilege and leave water running all night. In another note about green, grass seed is now available at the Self-Help stores. See "For Your Information" on page three for more details about grass seed. Troops patrolling in Chile (UPI) -Chilean army troops are patrolling the slums of Santiago today to prevent a repeat of yesterday's violent outbursts which saw 18 people injured and more than 100 arrests. A two-day protest against the military government of President Augusto Pinochet was called by opposition parties and unions. They are seeking the release of 12 labor unions jailed in September for organizing earlier demonstrations. Authorities say Santiago and a 500-mile region of Central Chile were blacked out last night when leftist guerrillas blew up a high tension electrical tower in a rural area south of the capital. Power was still out early today. ol. 41 -No. 213 1'OW Vn ---ai ucauy, ovember 56 i Hedensda. NoehrA lR

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For your information. September 1985 Substitute Advancement Exam -The substitute examination for the September 1985 advancement cycle will be held November 12, Tuesday, 7:15 a.m., Windjammer Club. Candidates are to report in uniform with I.D. cards. Self-Help Store -Grass seeds are now available for family housing occupants. Please be advised, only one bag per quarters due to limited supply. The Self-Help Store hours or operation are Mondays through Saturdays, 8 a.m. until 5:15 p.m. Fire Wardens Training Class -The NAS Fire Wardens Training Class for classification of fires and extinguishers will be held November 7, Thursday, 9 -10 a.m., NAS Fire Station Fire Department. For more information, call ABH2 Mitchell, 6450. High School Advisory Council -The next High School Advisory Council Meeting will be held in the school library November 7, Thursday, 4:30 p.m. Community members are encouraged to attend. Leeward Point Flea Market and Craft Sale -There will be a Leeward Point Flea Market and Craft Sale November 16, 9 a.m. -1 p.m., basketball court across from the Mini-Mart. The $1 donation for a table will go to the Leeward Point Community Children's Christmas Party. For more information, call Kay Morgan, 6309 or Gay Gandolfo, 6117. Fil-Am Club -The Fil-Am Club is holding a Beach Party/Potluck Luncheon November 10, Sunday, noon, Cabanas 15 and 16, Windmill Beach. Hamburgers will be provided. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, 2601 DWH, 2908 AWH or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. Chief Petty Officers' Hess -The Chief Petty Officers' Mess will reopen the Harbor Lights Lounge, November 13, Wednesday. The club will resume its regular schedule hours of operation. NSGA/COL Wives Club The NSGA/CO"L" Wives Club will have a meeting November 7, Thursday, 7 p.m., Radio Point 307, Donna Wilson, 4603. All women of the command, both active duty and dependent, are invited to attend. EEO Special Emphasis Committee -The EEO Special Emphasis Committee will hold a special meeting November 7, Thursday, 2:30 p.m., PWD Conference Room, for selection of officer for Black History Celebration Month. For more information, call Bettye Martin, 4612. Vietnam Vets -Anyone interested in starting a Vietnam Vets Rap Group? If you have a need to talk about combat related experiences because they affect you, your job, your loved ones and many other parts of your life, please contact John at 3311 AWH. Navy Hives Club of America -Navy Wives Club of America Iguana #131 invites all Army, Coast Guard, Marine and Navy spouses to join our membership. We can help enhance your tour in GTMO. Our next meeting is November 13, 7 p.m., old high school, room 22 ( Quonset. hut classroom in back). Nominations of 1986 officers and upcoming events are on the agenda. If you're new to GTMO, what a better way to startoff than with a whole family of friends in one night. For more information, call B.J., 2787. Treasure and Trivia -Please help us serve you! Treasure and Trivia staff and volunteers spend more hours sorting and preparing donations for display. Merchandise will appear on the shelves quicker if you can do some of the sorting at home. Check clothing for permanent stains, broken zippers, missing mates and discard these items. Bag donations in sturdy plastic bags and tie securely. Bring donations in during store hours, Thursdays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The drop box is closed temporarily and cannot accommodate donations made during other than store hours. Thank you. Navy Exchange -The NEX has received a shipment of Christmas decorations and Christmas wrapping paper. So, to make sure you are not left out, shop early while the supplies last. Navy Exchange -The NEX has received a shipment of beautiful charms in our Jewelry Department. So, shop early to satisfy your favorite person. DAILY GAZETTE U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Ccumander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Guillebeau, USN .Asst. PAO/Managing Editor JO3 Teri Thomas, USN.Assistant Editor rs. Susan Junkins .Secretary/Associate Editor Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Production Assistant SA Vicki Strickland. .Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations tor snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The hily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Carmander, U.S. Naval Base. We encourage you to participate. Your voice, your ideas. .your newspaper! By all means, we encourage you to participate in the Daily Gazette. Do you have a good suggestion, a complaint or a strong opinion about a certain issue? Well then, write a letter to the editor (Stop 53). Are you an aspiring journalist and want to write a story? Please, let us know what is on your mind. And if you COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Thursday's agenda. 1 to 3 a.m. -Wild Animal Control, Granadillo Point, Granadillo Circle, Morin Center. 6:30 a.m. -Catholic Mass, Base Chapel. 9 a.m. -NAS Fire Wardens Training Class, NAS Fire Station, 6450. 8:30 a.m. -Live Firing, VC-10. 9 a.m. -Deadline for department heads to submit daily muster reports to admin office. 2:30 p.m. -EEO Special Emphasis Committee, PWD Conference Room, 4612. 4:30 p.m. -High School Advisory Council, School Library. 7 p.m. -NSGA/Co. L Wives Club, Donna Wilson's house, Radio Point 307, 4603. 8 p.m. -AA Meeting, Naval Hospital ARD Wing-O, call 2604 or 7269. 8 p.m. -MOVIES -COMO, "Lawman Without A Gun;" Windjammer, "Secrets;"; CPO, "Porky's Revenge;" Downtown, "Cal;" MCalla, "Dreamchasers;" Marine, "The Purple Rose o Cairo;" Leeward, "Into th Night." Easier access to direct appointment announced Good news for dependents of local military and civilian sponsors! While it is not a definite guarantee of federal employment, Executive Order 12362 provides for easier access to direct appointments in the Federal Civil Service for spouses and unmarried children (under 23 years old) of military and civilian appropriated fund employees serving overseas. Although this provision does not mandate that employees in this category be automatically given federal appointments upon their return to the U.S., it does allow U.S. civilian personnel offices the flexibility to make such appointments if desired. To be eligible for this program, a family member must accumulate 24 months of creditable service in an appropriated fund position within any ten year period beginning after January 1, 1980; must have a satisfactory or better performance rating; been a bonafide dependent during their overseas employment and meet all qualificiation requirements (including any written tests) for the position for which they apply. Eligible employees have two years after their return to the U.S. to exercise the provisions of this executive order. New policy for personnel office So the Civilian Personnel Office can better meet the needs of its customers, this policy is now in effect: Office hours for prospective hires, dependents and others seeking employment, will be from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Applications may be dropped off at any time during the day, but no questions will be answered in the morning. All non-supervisory employees desiring to visit the personnel office must make an appointment and have their visit approved by their immediate supervisor. A permission slip will be used for this purpose. Appointments will be made only during the hours of 12:30 to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, unless the personnel staff agrees, that the morning hours will be mutually beneficial. The personnel office will be open at all times to managers and supervisors for visits and phone calls. It is desirable for supervisors to call first to assure the individual they Hook Friday 7:00 p.m. Bible Study "Book of Romans" 9:00 p.m. Movie "Gospel Road" Saturday 7:00 p.m. Bible Study "Discipleship" 8:30 p.m. Music Concert "Sandi Patti" The Hook is open to people of all faiths. have a special black and white photograph you would like to see in print, bring it by our office. The Daily Gazette staff is in Bilding 760 (Admin Hill) anda we are open from at least midnight to 4:30 p.m., Sunday night to Friday afternoon. If we can help you in any way, give us a call at extension 4819 or 4502. We are good and getting better. With your help, we will be the best newspaper in the Navy! desire to see is in the office and not previously scheduled for another appointment. No information will be provided to employees regarding the status of an announcement, including if or when the certificate was issued or who was on the certificate. Employees will be notified after the selection is made as to whether they were certified. Managers will be appraised of vacancy status upon request. Daily calls, however, only slow down the process. As an added incentive, efforts are underway to reduce the required 24 months of creditable service to 18 months, although this has not been finalized. Locally, employees who have career/career conditional status and are transferring with their military/civilian sponsor are eligible for 90 calendar days leave without pay to seek federal employment in their n location. Dependents who do not have competitive status are not authorized leave without pay upon their departure. If you have any questions about your status, talk to your supervisor or contact the Civilain Personnel Office, 4101. Blue Caribe Specials Thursday "Steak Kabob' Tender Beef Chunks On Skewer With all Trimmings $6.95 Friday "Red Snapper Escoviech" Vegetable Roll and Butter $5.25 Telephone bills due by the 30th Telephone bills are due and payable by the thirtieth of each month, at 5 p.m. For your convenience, please pay your bill by check or money order and drop your bill and payment in our drop box, available 24 hours a day, at the telephone building 609. For Leeward Point residents, your payment can be made by the thirtieth of each month, by 9 a.m., at the Public Works Department Trouble Desk on Leeward side. When the thirtieth of t month falls on a weekend, your bill is due and payable by the next working day. November 30 falls on a Saturday, therefore telephone bill are due by December 2, 5 p.m. The telephone Cash Collection Agent's hours of operation will be as follows for November 8, Friday. 7:30 a.m. -9:00 a.m. Open 9:00 a.m. -2:30 p.m. Closed 2:30 p.m. -3:30 p.m. Open Location Precip. 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Dentists can help abused children By Evelyn D. Harris (AFPS) -Military dentists are in good position to help with the problem of child abuse, claims Col. (Dr.) Gary R. Badger, USA, a pediatrics dentist at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. More than 65 percent of physical abuse cases involve the head, neck and upper extremities. Of head injuries, 32 percent involve fractured teeth. Says Dr. Badger, "In the course of a thorough Vmination, dentists can easily t such injuries." Although reporting by dentists of potential child abuse cases has increased, the number submitted by military dentists is still low considering the number of abuse cases they are likely to observe. A dentist suspecting abuse should follow his/her command's protocol for handling child abuse cases, including an on-the-spot appointment for the child with one of the installation's pediatricians. Dr. Badger exphasizes the importance of a follow-up to ensure the examination was made. If the parents don't take the child to a pediatrician, the dentist is responsible for Champus g By Sgt. Maj. Rudi Villiams, USA (AFPS) -CHAMPUS is taking a get-tough attitude toward some 900 military family members, retirees and health care providers who owe the government nearly $3 million in overpayments. About 75 percent of the money is owed by beneficiaries, the balance by providers. CHAMPUS' first step in trying to recoup the money is a strongly worded letter demanding payment. Sent to debtors via CHAMPUS claim processors, it advises them of their rights and steps the government might take if they fail to pay. Debtors are given 30 days to respond. If the bill isn't paid by then--or satisfactory arrangements made to pay it-the name of the debtor or the active duty sponsor is turned over to the appropriate military service. The money is then deducted from salary or annuity checks. If the person didn't retire, but left the service before eying the bill, his or her name 11 be turned over to credit reporting and collection agencies, a CHAMPUS spokeswoman said. "Sometimes outstanding bills AUTOS '75 Plymouth Valiant, excellent GTMD transportation, $1100 neg. Call 3921. '73 Matador Wagon, $600 neg. Needs minor work to brakes, but I have parts. Call Bill at 3522 AWH. '74 Plymouth Valiant, green, lots of new parts, paint job. Runs good, $850 or nearest offer. Call Clarke at 3020 DWH between 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and 4783 AWH between 7 and 10 p.m. '68 4W Beetle, excellent condition, many new parts, must see to appreciate, $2000 or best offer. .1 thief Way at 6346 DWH or 6259 '80 Toyota 2-door liftback, a/c, AM/FM, just passed inspection, great little car, $3000 or best offer. Ccme see. Call 4743 AT. GOLF CART One golf cart, excellent batteries, (will play 36), spare tire and charger, $600 firm. Call 6267 DIN or 3190 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '80 Yamaha 400 Special, good condition, $900 or best offer. Call PO Wallace at 4134. '84 Honda Aero 80, $850. Available now. Call Father MMahon at 4550 DN or 2923 AWH. taking steps to make certain the installation's child protection personnel initiate an investigation. Dr. Badger advises dentists that "Unexplained oral abrasions and burns, head contusions, broken and darkened teeth, and jaw fractures are cause to suspect abuse." As the Journal of Dentistry for Children said in a recent issue, "Bruises that take the shape of a recognizable object are usually not accidental." The publication also advises doctors to look for such evidence of neglect as thinning hair and malnutrition, improper clothing for the season and lack of cleanliness. Dr. Badger says, "While some abusing parents may deny the truth to the doctors and caseworker, they are often thankful that the dentist has discovered the abuse. Bringing the child to the dentist for examination is often a cry for help." With treatment, parents can often change the behavior pattern that leads to abuse and may learn alternate and acceptable ways of handling anger. gets tough are due to a misunderstanding. .the people didn't know they were supposed to pay the money," she said. "Once they've been notified, a lot of them settle up. "Disclosing delinquent account information to consumer reporting agencies could hamper a person's ability to obtain credit in the future," said the spokeswoman. Debts of $600 or more that have been written off as uncollectible are being reported to the Internal Revenue Service and will be added to the debtor's gross income. This happens when a person either refuses to repay the money or doesn't have enough money to liquidate the debt. CHAMPUS officials cited several reasons for overpayments, including payments of duplicate claims, payments to the wrong person, an ineligible beneficiary, and payments for services that were not received or were not medically necessary. Calculation, coding and billing errors account for some overpayments. Errors are often caught through internal audits, reports by health insurers or providers, and notification by sponsors and beneficiaries. 3 -THIS 'N THAT -3 Calvin Klein would never put his name to these By Tom Joyce (AFPS) -Which one doesn't belong: a. Designer jeans. b. Designer cars. c. Designer drugs. d. Designer chocolates. e. Designer sheets. If you picked "c," go to the head of the class. Controlled substance analogs, more commonly referred to as "designer drugs," have the potential of being a large problem, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration. These drugs are chemically altered just enough to circumvent the Controlled Substances Act, which identifies dangerous drugs by their unique chemical makeup. Dr. Brian Cox, professor of pharmacology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, said amphetamines are among the most readily modified drugs. "Home chemists are increasing the complexity of the structure of the amphetamine molecule to create MDA," he said. "Currently one of the most popular designer drugs is MDMA--methylene dioxymethamphetamine, (street name: "Ecstasy," or XTC)--closely related to MDA, the love drug of the 1970s. The idea of altering chemicals to produce new drugs is not new. Reading corner Children's Book Week November 11-17 is "Children's Book Week." Celebrate this week by doing some of the following activities. *Take .a family trip to the library. Give your children time to browse through the children's section and choose some books to take home. *Set aside a time each evening when the whole family reads together. *Discuss the books or stories that your children read. *Show your children that you think reading is important. *Read to your children. Of course, the tips can be used throughout the year. Drug companies do it all the time. However, pharmacologists doing it for therapeutic reasons extensively test their new discoveries over long periods of time to alleviate potentially dangerous side effects. Not so with designer drugs. As with any illegal drug, users don't know what they are taking, how pure the chemical is, what it's "cut" with, or what its side effects--and they can be devastating-will be. Another catastrophic danger of designer drugs is unexpected neurotoxicity not present in the parent drug. An example is MPTP--a particularly vicious by-product of the efforts of amateur chemists to come up with controlled substance analogs from other chemicals.and not doing it right. In many cases, MPTP produces a chemical Parkinson's disease. The effects--tremors of the hands and fingers, rigid muscles, slowness of movement and speech and a mask-like, expressionless face-are irreversible, and some users have died. "Some agents used to prepare the chemical compound," said Dr. Cox, "may still be in the final drug. None of the drugs bought PUZZLE h, ACROSS 1. Greekgod 5. French 10. Blackboard Jangle author (2 wds.) 12. To detour 13. Theater sign 15. Atop 16. Tiny 17. Gush 18. A parent 20. Horse 22. Gym class (abbr.) 24. Female 26. And so on (L. ,abbr.) 27. Mike 28. Silly 29. Part of bride's dress 31. For each 32. Compete 35. Perceive 36. Somewhat (suff.) 37. Precedes mechanism or motor 39. -sPaulo 40. Pap's cry 41. Government agency (abbr.) 43. Direction (abbr.) 45. Wane 46. Convincer 48. TV antenna (2 wds.) 50. Ms. Adams etal. 51. Remainder DOWN 1. Naught 2. Fifty-fifty chance (2 wds., sl.) 3. Sadat's land (abbr.) 4. Frosty, the 5. Lyres 6. United 7. A thing 8. Honors 9. Went awry Potpourri & Grab The Saler BOATS Bow Rider 15' Bass Boat, 48hp outboard Mariner engine with fresh water flushing unit, low range depth finder, live bait well with air flow pump, 12/24 volt electric trolling motor hi/lo speed, three anchors, 500 feet of anchor line, two 12 volt batteries, two boat covers, two oars, two life vests, one floatation cushion, two gas cans with fuel line $1700 firm. Call BTC Foreman at 4857 DWH or 3444 AWH. Onr 19' pontoon boat with Johnson 33hp outboard motor, trailer included. Like new, must see to appreciate, $2000 or best offer. Call Chief Way at 6346 DWH or 6259 AWH. PETS One female, all white cat, about one years old; one male, tabby stripped cat, about one years old; black female dog, mostly Shepard, about eight months old. The animals shots are up-to-date. Need to find homes for them by November 10. For more information, call Jake at 2492 AWH or 3792 DWH. Need to find a good home for a two year old male, Siberian Hisky, AKC registered. Also, a seven month old "G3N) Special" puppy. Gcxxd watch dog and very affectionate. For further details, call JAnet at 2345 DWH or 3533 AWN. SCUBA GEAR One Seaquest BC, $35; one Decor BC, $25. Like new. Call 4502 tHN or 3190 AWH. CLOTHING Navy blue 3-piece men's sumer suit, the pants are 32x34, very nice, $40. Call 3169 AT. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 24,000 BTU, six months old, paid $650, will sell for $450; GE 7,000 BTU, good for small ron, $75. Available now. To see, contact Jake at 2492 AWH or 3792 DH. GE 18,500 BTU, perfect for a living/dining room, asking $290 neg. Available November 22. Call 2217 [H or 3765 AT. Sears Kenmore 12,000 BTU, runs great, energy saver, $250; Sears Kentore 21,000 TU, like new, energy saver, $500; GE 11,800 BTU, six months old, energy saver and sleep node, $300. All available Novenber 27-December 5. Call Chief Way at 6346 DO eor 6259 AWH. One 18,000 BTU, $300; 11,000 BTU, $200; 8,000 BTU,$200. All cool excellently. Available during week of December 13. Call 4502 DWH or 3190 AWH. APPLIANCES Whilpool washing machine, $40. Call 2123 AWH. SERVICES Pony Express is now taking bokings for holiday parties. Nothing like a live band to add excitement to your party. Call Sue at 3851 AWH. Will do housecleaning for final inspection. Guaanteed to pass. Call 4011 AWH. Will do final inspection house cleaning. Guaranteed to pass. Call Rosa at 3522 AWH. Have your negatives enlarged to 3x7, 5x7 or 8x10 for only $2. Call Bill at 3522 AWH. Will clean house for final inspection. Highly qualified. Call K. Anderson at 3220 AT. I will perform magic shows for whatever the occasion may be. Just call 2864 and ask for Rafe or Kelli for information and appointment. WANTED Looking for someone to contract for 1all engine "epairs. Must have the ability to work on various forms of outboard/inboard motors, mopeds, lawn mwers, etc. Contact Lance lon, Community Activities Division at Recreation Services, 2991. Rug steam cleaner with upholstery attachment. Would like to trrow cr rent for one-time use. Call 3967 AT. 24 28 36 36on the streets has been tested for toxicity." Dr. Cox pointed out that there is no feasible way an illegal "home" lab can test chemical compounds. "It's relatively inexpensive to set up a chemistry laboratory to synthesize drugs," he said. "But it's very expensive to set up a pharmacology lab to test these drugs." Keeping controlled substance analogs off the streets can be a difficult process, since as soon as one analog is ruled illegal, illicit nanufacturers could alter the chemical and produce another new drug. Ron Buzzeo, deputy director of the Office of Diversion and Control for the Drug Enforcement Administration, said Congress has given the agency emergency powers to put controlled substance analogs on the illegal drug lists. "In addition, new legislation has been introduced into Congress that will in effect tie up the loose ends concerning these analogs," he said. "It will make the manufacturing and distribution of analogs of controlled substances illegal." 49 21 34 4G 3s 41i 11. Color 14. Ouch! 17. Collection 19. Actor Shariff 21. Tellurium (chem.) 22. Captives 23. AngloSaxon slave 24. Rub dry 25. Always good (2 wds.) 27. Polynesian super27 29 30 39 42 4 3 144 4 44 47 natural force 30. Saver 33. Annoy 34. Little Evelyn 37. Sword(Br.) 38. Fertile spot 40. Exist 42. Time zone (abbr.) 44. Formerly (arch.) 46. Mr. Lincoln 47. Scottish explorer 49. Two (pref.) Pony Express needs a vocalist who plays guitar or keyboard. John hard will not easily be replaced, but w.e must try. If you ae ready to move up to an active working band, call Rick at 4502 1WH. Lady to replace me in 9 a.m. 'bnday Ladies Bowling League. Great team. Good fun. Plus, your first and last-two games of this season are paid by me. Please call 4743 AT. '80 o" later, 60hp or larger Johnson outboard untor. Call 2638 AWH. Old Atari 2600 for parts. Call 2411 AWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Technics SI.-Q3 turntable, $70. Call 3808 AT. JVC's RX500B with wireless remote control, 100w/channel, Kenwood's KX700Rb, bi-directional, music search and repeat, both in excellent condition. Will sell both for $400. Call Paul at 3200 or 3065. 0 National Spinal Cord Injury Association 3 Daily Gazette Wednesday, November 6, 1985 -I

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SPORTSWORLD Soviet Union gymnasts take lead away from Romanians (UPI) -The depth of the Soviet Union Women's Team allowed the Squad to take the lead from Romania after today's compulsory first ound of the World' s Gymnastics Championship in Montreal. The defending champion did it by surviving dismal uneven parallel bar routines by its two leading stars. Reigning world champion Natalia Yurtchenko tumbled from the bars once and her teammate, Elena Shoushounova, 15, fell twice. The mishaps caused a dramatic eleventh-hour shift in the individual standings. Olga Mostepanova, considered the fourth seed on the sixthwoman Russian team, earned a perfect 10 with her final event on the balance beam. As a result, she moves into first place in the individual standings with 39.475 of a possible 40 points. The United States' young, rebuilding Olympic silver medalist team also performed sadly on the uneven bars during its mid-day competition. After opening with that rotation, the Americans rallied on their three final events and scored well enough to finish the day in seventh place. East Germany is third in the field of 19 nations entered in the competition. National champion Sabrina Mar of Monterey Beach, Calif., leads the Americans in scoring. The 15-year-old star has 38.375 points. Sportstalk (UPI) -The Cleveland Browns kept their record intact on Sunday by losing at Pittsburgh. The 10-9 setback gives Cleveland an 0-16 record at Three Rivers Stadium. The Browns did everything they could to end the jinx. The team changed hotels, flew instead of taking the traditional short bus trip, and brought a chunk of so-called lucky turf from Cleveland Stadium. The Browns even had a witch in their rooting section. But none of these moves or charms stopped Pittsburgh's Gary Anderson from successfully kicking a 25-yard field with nine seconds left in the game. Anderson's boot sailed through the rain, split the uprights and once again made losers of the Cleveland Browns. Eric Schubert spent most of the football season as a substitute teacher and part-time coach at a New Jersey High School. In fact, two weeks ago, the former University of Pittsburgh kicker says he "was coaching on Saturday and watching TV on Sunday." But with regular kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh out with a hamstring pull, the New York Giants called on Schubert last weekend. And Schubert responded with field goals of 24, 36, 24, 41 and 33 Local sports Seabee 1OK/5K Walk and Run -There will be a SeaBee 10K/5K Walk and Run, November 16, sponsored by NMCB-3 Det GTMO. The 5K is slated to start at 7:15 a.m. and the 10K will start at 7:45 a.m. A specially designed T-Shirt will go to all applicants. There will be awards in eight categories. For more information, call Race Hotline, 4838/4825. The race will start at Special Services, Cooper Field. Karate For Females Only -Self-defense against street assault, a slow and easy way, will be offered every Wednesday, 7 -8:30 p.m., Bldg. 211 Marina Pt. For more information, call 3530. Reef Raiders -The Reef Raiders is having a cook out at Windmill Beach for the November meeting. Elections will be held for the officers and board of directors. Results of the Fish Hunt will be announced and prizes awarded. Come on out to Windmill Beach, November 7, Thursday, 6 p.m., for hamburgers and decide the future of the club. PADI Dive Classes -Do you want to get more out of GTMO? Take PADI Open-Water Dive Classes. Class starts November 12, and is limited. For untouched underwater life, off-shore boat diving in beautiful clear blue water, sign up for the PADI Advance Dive Classes. Class starts November 6. For more yards. information, call PADI Dive Schubert's five-for-five day Instructor Nels Palm, 3331. gave the Giants a 22-20 win over Tampa Bay. Had Schubert's last attempt failed, the Buccaneers' perfect Nordiques snap back for win record may have been gone. But as it now stands, Tampa's mark (UPI) -The Quebec Nordiques points ahead of the Brains to still is unblemished. The Bucs twice snapped back from one-goal the division standings. are 0-9, and the only winless deficits in the final period team in the NFL. last night to defeat Boston 7-5 Inother NHL play, it was and take sole possession of Montreal pounding Hartford 8-3, first place in the NHL's Adams Washington embarrassing Chica Division. Anton Stastny scored a 8-4, Edmonton out-gunni pair of goals and John Anderson Vancouver 6-4, and the New Yor came through with the Islanders and Calgary skating to g a-winner as Quebec moved two a 4-4 draw in overtime. Sports briefs Charger faces disciplinary action (AP) -Some notes on the NFL, the New York Giants signed holdout wide receiver Earnest Gray to a two-year contract. Gray is the team's sixth leading all-time receiver. San Diego Coach Don Coryell says tight end Kellen Winslow faces disciplinary action. Winslow skipped a Charger practice Monday. His agent told The Tribune of San Diego, Winslow is unhappy about his lack of playing time last Sunday. The Miami Dolphins waived eight-year veteran offensive tackle Eric Laakso, who has not played since suffering a knee injury early last season. The Green Bay Packers waived rookie punter Joe Prokop. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed defensive end Mark Studway and tight end K.D. Dunn. Olajuwon ignites Rockets' victory (UPI) -Akeem Olajuwon canned a season-high 41 points last night to ignite the Houston Rockets' 127-113 win over the Portland Trail Blazers. The second-year pro scored 27 of those points in the first half, but the Rockets put the game away by going on a 12-2 spurt midway into the third quarter for a 85-63 lead. Kiki Vandeweghe was top gun for the visiting Trail Blazers with 28 points. Looking at the rest of the NBA By Charles Morey Florida is barred from Bowl games, but there is a glittering consolation prize dancing on the horizon. Would you believe the National Championship? Well, the Gators have moved into the number-one spot in the latest Associated Press Poll. They have three regular season games remaining, beginning with a brawl with Georgia this Saturday in Jacksonville. We will have a guess in a moment, but first, last week. We had 33 right and eleven wrong, which ran our totals for the season to 263-and-90. Our percentage is .745. Back to Florida and Georgia. The Gators were savage on defense last week, in their 14-10 decision over Auburn. They held Bo Jackson to 48 yards on 15 carries before he left the game with an injury. We think Florida has motivation to go the rest of the way unbeaten and will take the first step with a victory over Georgia. action, it was New Jersey taking Washington 112-106, Milwaukee ripping San Antonio 126-97, Denver nailing Atlanta 128-113, Utah popping Golden State 118-99, Seattle edging New York 84-80, and Cleveland stunning the Los Angeles Lakers 129-111. The loss dampened a pre-game ceremony at the L.A. Forum, where the Lakers unfurled their World Championship banner and received their 1984-85 championship rings. Number-two Penn State continues to win by small margins, but it still looks good in the record book. The Nittany Lions should remain undefeated with a victory over Cincinnati this week. Third-ranking Nebraska will play host to Iowa State and we are afraid the Cornhuskers will be unpleasant about it. Fourthranking Ohio State is at Northwestern, that one is no contest. Fifth-ranking Air Force will greet the West Point Cadets, and appears to be at least one touchdown better. Iowa, which dropped to sixth place this week, should take it out on Illinois. Number-seven Oklahoma should handle Missouri, which finally won a game last week. Miami of Florida, in eighth place, is taken to down Maryland, but it will not be easy. Boxing (AP) -Boxer Michael Spinks has cut his ties with the Light Heavyweight Division. Spinks yesterday gave up his Light Heavyweight Championships and turned his attention to defending his IBF Heavyweight crown. Promoter Butch Lewis says Spinks' first Heavyweight title defense will be announced within two weeks. He indicated the fight will be in February. World Cup Amateur Boxing Championships (AP) -Four Americans have reached the final round of the fourth World Cup Amateur Boxing Championships in Seoul, South Korea. The U.S. finalists are Middleweight Adam Garland, Welterweight Daryl Lattimore, Featherweight Kelcie Banks and Light Heavyweight Kevin Bryant. AFC Players (UPI) -Quarterback Dan Fouts of the San Diego Chargers and cornerback Terry Taylor of the Seattle Seahawks were named the AFC's offensive and defensive "Players of the Week." Fouts completed 23-34 passes for 302 yards and a pair of touchdowns in the Chargers' 30-10 win over Denver. Taylor ran an interception back 75 yards for a touchdown and blocked a field goal in the Seahawks' 33-3 victory over the Los Angeles Raiders. Nissan Cup World Championship (UPI) -The Hawaiian island of Maui will be the focus of the golf world today through Saturday Ninth-ranked Michigan will hold off Purdue. Oklahoma State, in tenth place, should have too much firepower for Kansas State. In eastern games, we like Connecticut over Boston University, Colgate over Penn, Dartmouth over Columbia, Holy Cross over Harvard, Syracuse over Navy, Princeton over William and Mary, Temple over Pitt, West Virginia over Rutgers and Yale over Cornell. In the south, look for Auburn to bounce back against East Carolina. Florida State is the pick over South Carolina. Georgia Tech should polish off Tennessee-Chattanooga, Alabama may squeeze by LSU, but not by much. Tennessee is taken to beat Memphis State. North Carolina may spring an upset at the expense of Clemson. Virginia is perferred over North Carolina State. Richmond should when four six-man teams meet in that $750,000 Nissan Cup World Championship. The squads represent the PGA tours of the United States, Europe, Australia-New Zealand and Japan. The U.S. team is made up of Curtis Strange, Lanny Wadkins, Mark O'Meara, Calvin Peete, Ray Floyd and Corey Pavin. The players were selected by virtue of their standings on the special "World Money List." Swedish Tennis (UPI) -The $375,000 Stockholm Tennis Open provided a surprise yesterday when Frenchman Thierry Tulasne upset number-two seed Mats Wilander. Tulasne eliminated the Swedish star, 1-6, 6-2, 6-2. On the American side of the net, the winners were Scott Davis and Tim Wilkison. Top seed John McEnroe plays his first match today. Manager Of The Year (UPI) -UPI's National League "Manager of the Year" honors belong to Pete Rose of the Cincinnati Reds. In the balloting by 26 UPI correspondents, Rose was given 12 votes to edge Whitey Herzog of the St. Louis Cardinals, who garnered 10. During the first full season as the Red's player-manager, Rose directed the club to second-place finish in the Western Division. Thi year, Cincinnati improved its record from 70-92 to 89-72 for the best turnaround in the Majors. Rose also broke Ty Cobbs's all-time career hit record in '85. outscore Houston. Southern Methodist is much too strong for Rice. Hawaii should make a successful invasion of Texas-El Paso. Texas Tech has enough to whip Texas Christian. Tulsa should polish off Drake. There will be some fur flying in the Pac Ten. For openers, UCLA is the pick over Arizona. Arizona State is taken to turn back the always dangerous Washington Huskies. Southern California will roll over California. Fresno State gets the call from Pacific. Stanford appears to be a few points better then Oregon State. Utah should send New Mexico home a loser. Brigham Young's aerial attack will flatten Utah State. Weber State is taken over Northern Arizona, and San Diego State should make a successful invasion of Wyoming. repel Brown. Kentucky is the choice over Vanderbilt. Virginia Tech looks better than Louisville. Wake Forrest has what it takes to down Duke. In midwestern states, we like Indiana State over Ball State, Michigan State over Indiana, Kansas over Colorado, Minnesota over Wisconsin, the resurging Irish of Notre Dame over Mississippi, Western Michigan over Ohio University, and Central Michigan over Toledo. In a key game in the Southwest Conference, Baylor will run into Arkansas in Little Rock. Both teams are eying the Cotton Bowl on New Year's Day. Arkansas is tough to beat at any time. But, in Little Rock, the Razorbacks think they are wild boars. However, Baylor took last week off to get ready for this one. A fresh and fit Baylor team may punch out a win. Texas should be able to 4 Daily Gazette Wednesday, November 6, 1985 The Sportsman p