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DA ILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 41 - No. 21U -- US. Navy 's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Thursday, November 7, 1985


Caller says hostages will die,

*0o face firing squad in Beirut


f ,(AP) -- There is no word to
' authenticate the information, but an anonymous telephone caller says American hostages held in Lebanon are to be killed by firing squad today. The caller, who spoke with a western
news agency in Beirut, claimed to speak for Islamic Jihad, the radical Shiite Moslem group believed to be holding five
Americans.
The caller spoke in Arabic. He
told the news agency, which
* asked not to be identified, that the group would kill the
ivJmericans because "indirect "negotiations" with the United
' tates to secure the hostages' elease had stalled. ,He said
there would be another call (at 6 a.m.) "in connection with the status of the corpses of the
American hostages.
There was also a warning that
killing the hostages would not end Islamic Jihad's battles with the United States. Apparently reading from a prepared
statement, the man said, "We wish to tell America that this sad end of the American hostages will not be the last." He
continued,: "We shall shake the earth at America's feet and the


feet of its agents." Six Americans are missing in Lebanon, and Islamic Jihad
already claims to have killed one of them, U.S. Embassy political officer William Buckley. That was in supposed retaliation for Israel's October air raid on Palestine Liberation Organization Headquarters in Tunisa.
Kidnappers claimed last month to have produced a picture of Buckley's body, but U.S. officials are unconvinced that the corpse shown in the photo is Buckley's
Islamic Jihad, or Islamic Holy
War, is believed to consist of Shiite Fundamentalists with ties to Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini. It also has claimed it is holding four Frenchmen missing in Beirut.
Islamic Jihad has demanded the release of 17 comrades convicted in Kuwait of bombing the U.S. and French embassies in December 1983.
The United States has refused publicly to negotiate with the kidnappers, but there have been
persistent reports in the Arab press of efforts through a third party to arrange an exchange.


Rebels hold judges captive


(UPI) -- The Supreme Court Building of Columbia is under
seige.
Leftist rebels firing machine
guns and hurling grenades seized the building and are holding 10
judges hostage.
Security forces have stormed
;the structure and a fire broke out after dark. The fate of its
occupants is uncertain.
As many as 20 people were
killed in a daylong battle
yesterday.
The guerrillas have declared
"war" on the government, indicating they will stay inside e building one block from the esidential palace until their
demands are met.
An army spokesman says


"absolutely no negotiations" are being conducted.
Bogota's main plaza has been turned into a battleground. The rebels exchanged fire with hundreds of police and troops who rushed to the area with tanks and helicopters and sealed it off.
Tanks blasted the entrance to the building and at least four rumbled into the ground floor of
the structure. They freed many of an estimated 500 court employees trapped for three hours.
President Belisario Betancur met with most of the ministers
in his cabinet for more than 13 hours. Another cabinet meeting is scheduled today.


Diplomat leaves for Moscow, Russian's wife commits suicide


(UPI) -- A love affair may have led to a defection and the end of the love affair may have led to the defector's change of mind
and the woman's suicide.
KGB official Vitaly Yurchenko
left for Moscow yesterday. The day before, the wife of a Soviet diplomat plunged to her death ,, rom the twenty-seventh floor of
apartment building in
ronto. The Canadian government
says she left a suicide note.
ABC News says Yurchenko's
decision to end his defection came after the CIA arranged to
fly him to Canada secretly and meet with the woman. ABC says he thought she would defect with him. She and her husband have
been in Canada for two years.
The Soviet Embassy in Ottawa
denies any connection between the death of Svetlana Dedkova, 48, the wife of a trade representative, and the return of Yurchenko to the Soviet Union. An embassy spokesman says they did not know each other.
The Soviets also deny that
Yurchenko defected. They say he


was kidnapped and forcibly detained by the U.S. Yurchenko, 49, was thought to have defected to the West on August 1, but he slipped away from a CIA escort in Washington on Saturday and surfaced at the Soviet Embassy. The KGB officer flew to Moscow on a special flight yesterday, leaving a trail of unanswered questions on his defection and later decision to return to the Soviet fold. Another defection is reported, an officer in the Soviet military intelligence agency, the GRU. Greek authorities say
Sergei Bokhane defected in May and is in U.S. custody. The State Department confirmed the defection, but says it does not know where Bokhane is. The CIA is not commenting.
Reports from Greece say Bokhane was deputy station chief of GRU in Athens. Greek authorities say Bokhane has supplied information about Soviet espionage activities in Greece.


In the 194Os there was a looked June 15, 1942. This free flow of people view of the runway being between our base and Cuba. paved is looking north. At Our old photo of the tine, construction Guantanamo today takes us related to our base was outside the gate to to the being performed in Cuba Los Canos Air Field. It and Haiti. (Official U.S. was under construction, Navy photo) and this Is how the area



Wine recall announced

A voluntary recall of the following wines is in effect:


Riunite Bianco (White) Riunite Lambrusco (Red) Riunite.Rosato (Rose) Riunite Rosato (Rose)


750 ML 750 ML
750 ML 1.5 LTR


Code 1124/RE Code 1124/RE Code 1124?RE Code 3321/BR


The code numbers are located on the bottle cap plastic seal.
All other sizes and codes are unaffected. The Consolidated Package Store will gladly take back the affected products, during 6ur store hours of 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday
through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.



SUSi -ess .world

(AP) -- The Stock Market made history yesterday, closing above the 1,400 level of the Dow Industrials for the first time. Falling interest rates had investors buying, and some analysts expect the Dow to move higher again today. In heavy trading yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained nearly seven points to close at 1,403,43.

(AP) - The dollar was lower against other key currencies overseas yesterday, reflecting lower U.S. interest rates. The price of gold in New York was down 50 cents at $323.80 an ounce.

(AP) -- Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker has told
Congress that the nation's basic money supply will probably expand at a slower rate in the fourth quarter. Volcker also says the Fed will be satisfied if the money supply grows in the second half at a faster pace than the target range set by the Central Bank in July.


from. around the

(AP) -- The Welland Canal linking Lakes Erie and Ontario has reopened to ship traffic. It had been blocked since October 14.

(UPI) - Police in Chile say three people were killed in two days of protest against President Pinochet's government. More than 800 people were arrested during the protests, which turned violent in militant Santiago neighborhoods.

(UPI) - Residents of Washington, D.C., are bracing for flooding. It is expected today when the Potomac River crests. Floodwaters have surged through Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and West
Virginia. At least 37 people are dead. Damage from the flooding is estimated at more than $345 million.

(UPI) - Black-market adoptions of "Cabbage Patch Kids" are a topic in the nation's capital. A
lawyer says hundreds of thousands of the dolls were exported illegally to the United States, along with adoption papers printed in foreign


Reduced

deployments

for U.S. Navy

The Secretary of the Navy, Fleet Commanders-in-(hief, and I
agree that the time and resources are here to eliminate excessive operating tempo (OPTEMPO) for ships and A/C sqardrons and achieve long standing personnel tempo (PERSTEMPO) limits.
True, going to sea is a fact of life for most Navy people and
is the cornerstone of our profession. On the other hand, since the number and quality of ships and squadrons have grown significantly over the past five
years, we no longer need to accept what I consider to be too many self-imposed burdens of sea duty.
As a result, we should now be able to maintain the joy and
professionalism associated with going to sea and, at the same time, have more time at home with family and friends. There is little question in my mind that we can accomplish heretofore unreachable goals.
While continuing to meet national commitments, this message will outline the OPTEMPO/PERSTEMPO problem as we see it and goals we intend to
achieve. Additionally, it provides some basic information that will help you understand how we will make improvements in the near term.
Keeping ships and squadrons at
sea is an expensive proposition in physical, human and material terms. Our Navy has grown over the past five years.
Concurrently, we have too
readily accepted high levels of OPTEMPO. So, the dollar cost has soared proportionately (i.e., more units operating for the same or greater amounts of time equals higher expenditures).
We simply cannot continue to afford these levels while expanding our capabilities and modernizing our forces.
Additionally, and more important than dollar costs, sailors understand the human costs of shattered expectations when the let-upwe predicted (as the 600 ship Navy was launched five years ago) is still not realized. In recognition of the human factor, we have

See CNO: Page 2


globe...


languages. The International Trade Commission is investigating.

(UPI) - Japanese officials confirm that a Japan Air Lines jumbo jet carrying 132 people strayed near the spot where Soviets jets shot down a Korean airline two years ago. The incident last week took the Japanese plane off-course in Soviet airspace for 55 minutes until the cockpit crew
corrected a navigation error. Soviet fighters were scrambled and circled until the plane corrected its course.

(UPI) - Probate records in Los Angeles show the late actor Rock Hudson left nothing to his 12
cousins, his only surviving relatives. Long-time friend and business manager Tom Clark was written out of the will in a 1984 codicil and Hudson's entire estate goes into a trust he set up in 1974. The will filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court makes no reference to the size of the estate. Hudson died last months of AIDS.
















For your information...


COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD


Attention: 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, 3311 AWH.

Bake Sale and Dunk Tank
- There will be a bake sale and dunk tank by the Fleet Reserve Association for Boy
Scouts Of America Troop 435 sponsorship, November 10, Sunday, Piers Victor and
Lima, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop by and join the fun.

Basic Skills Diagnostic Testing -- There will be a Basic Skills Diagnostic
testing for active duty Navy/Marine personnel who wish to review high school English, math, reading, .comprehension and vocabulary.
There is an on-going program available for these areas. A
pretest is required, and can be taken by calling 4307 or 4769, Navy Campus Office. The
classes are concentrated and valuable to those who attend. Let us tell you about some of the success stories.

Family Fitness -- Family fitness is for fun. Family fitness is for life. Family fitness is for free!! Classes are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, 7 - 8 p.m., W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose room. For more information, call Sylvia, 3724 AWH. Walkers/Runners meet Tuesday
and Thursday evenings, 6 - 7p.m. For more information, call Terri, 3195 or 2450 DWH
or Sylvia, 3742 AWH. For you "Hard Core" Walkers/Runners, meet in front of Recreation Services on Saturday and Sunday mornings, from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. Stride with ease!!

Pre-Teen Pool Party Change -- The Recreation Services Pre-teen Club will be celebrating with a Pool Party November 9, Saturday, 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., CPO Pool. The party was originally scheduled for November 8. There will be music, munchies and ,fun! For more information, call Susan Yaeger, 3195, 2450.

GTIO Swingers Square
Dance Club -- The GTMO Swingers Square Dance Club is holding a caravan November 9, Saturday, 2 - 5 p.m. Our
members can earn badges for dancing in different places on the base.


Visit The Library -- We now have stories on cassettes. Listen for pleasure.

Flying Club Meeting -There will be a mandatory member quarterly safety meeting, Tuesday, November 12, 7:30 p.m., in the club room, McCalla Hanger. Any GTMO residents that are interested in learning to fly are welcome to attend. Contact Lt. Lance Lerner, 4554 DWH, 3145 AWH.

Corral Lease PaymentLease payment will be conducted at the Corral manager's office, 7:30 - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. There will be a late charge for payments after the tenth of each month as follows: $5 for the first day plus $1 for* each day after. For more information, call Paula Maloney, 2381.

Marine Corps ExchangeIn observances of Veterans Day, November 11, the hours of operations for the MCX activities will be: Administrative Offices/Warehouse - Closed, Main Store - Closed, Marine Mini Mart- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Dive Shop - 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Video Rental Center - noon to 5 p.m., Barber/Beauty Shops Closed, and the Tailor Shop Closed.

Marine Corps Exchange
Look at the terrific selection of trikes and bikes now available at your MCX. We also have a large selection of Big Wheels! Something for every member of the family!

Navy Exchange -When the Blue Light flashes in front of your Main Exchange, you will have great savings waiting for you inside. Stop by and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the Blue Light Special, all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off regular price. "Watch out, there is gold under the blue lights!" Note: Items for sale under the Blue Light Special are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain checks, nor can these items be put on layaway.

Navy Exchange -- The Inflation Fighter for the week of November 11 - 15 is "Two Hot Dogs with Cheese," for only 99 cents, available at theStop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen.


DAILY GAZITE
U.S. Navy's Only Sbaore-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN ...............Camader, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. (dr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Gillebeau, UN...............Asst. PAO/Managirg Editor
J03 TeriThoas WUSN ........Assistat Editor rs. Susan J unkins...................Secretary/Associate Editor
.Ws. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff ................... Production Assistant
.SA Vicki Strickland ................................ Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulaTlons ar- snmp and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on governed= equipment, at the Navy Publications ad Printing Service Banch 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
Camander, U.S. NavalBase.


We encourage you to participate...


BY' all enais, tie encourage you to participate in the Daily Gazette. Do you have a good su gestfion, a. 008astrong opinion about a certain issue? Well thenrwrite a letter to the editor (Stop 53). Are y an aspirin journalist and want to write a story. Fea"se, let us knnwhkat is on your mind. And if you


1 to 3 a.m. --Wild Animal Control, Admin Hill area.

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

8:30 a.m. -- Live Firing, VC-10.

9 a.m. -Deadline for NAVSTA department heads to submit muster reports.

9:10 a.m. -- "Footsteps," proactive parenting film, TV8.

11 a.m. -- 727 arrives from Norfolk.

I p.m. -- 727 departs for Kingston.


established personnel tempo goals that will be explained later in this message.
Finally, there are high material costs involved with a high OPTEMPO. Provided we use our time in homeport efficiently, we can lessen maintenance and repair costs and, of course reduce the wear and tear on equipment by not operating it in a sea environment more than necessary to either (1) accomplish actual missions, and/or, (2) train to achieve necessary levels of combat readiness.
OPTEMPO/PERSTEMPO limits: Fleet commanders are presently developing schedules to meet the following five goals.
Limit: To ensure each ship will be in its homeport at least 50 percent of the time. As a result, a minimum of 50 percent PERSTEMPO for each ship embarked squadron is now the ceiling.
Since homeport, PERSTEMPO for ships will be measured from the end of one overhaul to the start of the next overhaul. An exception is that PERSTEMPO for ships in phased maintenance will be measured over a five year cycle.
Sea based aviation squadrons face special problems associated not only with deploying and training aboard their CV but also conducting training away from home air stations during remainder of their operational cycle.
Fifty percent PERSTEMPO applies to sea regardless of whether time away was aboard ship or at other stations for, training.
Limit: 6.0 months, or less, portal-to-portal deployments. This will be hardest to achieve but we can get there within a reasonable time and are working hard to comply fully by the end of fiscal year 1986.
In the meantime, we will take ever possible action to shorten deployments divided by the length of the last deployment. For each month a ship or squadron is deployed, there will be two months available to achieve necessary training prior to next deployment (i.e., a nominal six months deployed to 12 months at home is the minimum standard).
Limit: OPTEMPO of 50.5 days per quarter while deployed and 29.0 days per quarter while not


have a special black and white photo r*h you wo.d2 like to seein print bring it by our office. The Daily, Gazette staff is in Building 760 (Admin Hill) an we. r-open from at least midnight ta-4:30 p.m., Sunday' nigt to Friday afternoon. If we ban help yu n any' way, give us a call at extension 4819or 4502. We arei. good and getting better. With your help, we will be the est n .ewsp: Inthe � .4


3:45 p.m.-- 727 arrives from Kingston.

4 p.m. -- Deadline, Child Care Reservations for Friday
Night Child Development Center, 2205.

5:15 p.m. - 727 departs for Norfolk.

6 p.m. to midnight - Child Development Center, open, reservations required, 2205.

7 p.m. -- Bible Study, Hook Coffee Shop, "Book of Romans."

7 p.m. -- Friday Prayer Meeting, Pentecostal Gospel Assembly, Bay Hill Chapel.


deployed. This is a funding criterion which is ' averaged out over the entire fleet and is not reflected in individual unit schedules, except over the long term.
Limit: Flying hour program to
provide a notional 25 hours per crew per month for tactical and ASW aircraft squadrons.
Now how do we get there? Achieving our reductions in tempo will not be easy but, together SECNAV, the CINCs and I have devised a plan that will move us rapidly toward accomplishment of our goals.
First, the fleet commanders have implemented a revised carrier/battleship schedule that meets all worldwide commitments, taking into account the capabilities of flexible battlegroup makeups, the vastly increased combat readiness/flexibility of the now larger, more capable Navy, and judicious employment of Navy and Air Force land-based air support.
Second, while we realize we cannot change history or schedules that are now so far along in implementation that
they must be carried out, (for example: (1) A ship now on deployment will have to complete present schedule, (2) a ship
having a PERSTEMPO in the60 to 70 percent range based on past operations since overhaul is not going to get down to 50 percent overnight).
We are putting procedures into effect that highlight each and every case where our limits are exceeded.
These procedures require that alternatives be considered and, when absolutely necessary to carry out a schedule that does not meet the requirements, force the issue to be referred to my level so that I can work to either (1) have the commitment itself reconsidered at higher
levels or, (2) determine if there is not some other relief possible through use of



U.S. weather

Location Precip.


Anchorage Atlanta Chicago Cleveland Denver
El Paso Great Falls Hartford Honolulu Indianapolis Los Angeles
Lubbock Omaha Spokane Witchita


8 p.m. -- AA Meeting (0), NAVHSP ARD Wing, 2604 or 7269.

8 p.m. -- Pony Express, Windjammer.

8 p.m. -- MOVEIS -- COMO, "Grease Two;" Windjammer "Lawman Without A Gun;" C*
"Secrets;" Downtown, "Splash; McCalla, "My Friend the Chalkboard;" Marine,
"Americana ;" Leeward, "Never Never Land."

9 p.m. -- Socializers Club, opens.

9 p.m. -- Movie, Hook Coffee Shop, "Gospel Road."


alternative forces. We will not be successful in all cases, but we will work hard to make maximum improvement
minimum time. Each case will individually considered.
Third, we are not only concentrating on fixing the schedule before the fact, but
also have developed a system where we will review OPTEMPO and PERSTEMPO after the fact so that SECNAV, the Fleet CINCs and I
can see where our problems are and how we might better correct the situation for individual
units in the future as well as for the Navy as a whole.
Finally, an undertaking of
this magnitude requires a major effort on the part of all hands. Fleet and type commanders are
reviewing training to make sure we do only what needs to be done to give us maximum readiness, that we eliminate duplication and that we make the best use of each day at sea.
For example, if participation in more joint or major fleet exercises seems prudent, compensatory offsets elsewhere
must be found and equivalencies accepted. This examination of
our training extends down into each unit and will require each ship and squadron to ensure that no operating days are wasted
through lack of planning or failure to get as much done as possible.
Sailors will begin to so changes now. They will also sW a schedule downstream that makes
better sense from fiscal, material and human standpoints.
We are committed to reduce
OPTEMPO and increase time at home while maintaining readiness and meeting Navy's mission responsibilities around the world. OPTEMPO reduction and PERSTEMPO achievement will be
accomplished as a top Navy priority supported by all hands.

Adm. James D. Watkins
Chief of Naval Operations


Today


SUNNY
PTCLDY PTCLDY
0.14 RAIN 0.03 FAIR
FAIR SNOW
0.13 PTCLDY
PTCLDY CLOUDY
SUNNY
FAIR
PTCLDY
RAIN SUNNY


Tomorrow 0


05/20 46/65
33/49 38/48 25/57 41/74
28/35 42/68 66/84
39/49 56/80
36/69
20/53 30/44 34/57


SUNNY SUNNY
PTCLDY
PTCLDY PTCLDY FAIR
SNOW
PTCLDY PTCLDY PTCLDY
SUNNY
FAIR PTCLDY PTCLDY SUNNY


01/16 38/58 29/51 35/47 30/63 43/80 15/20 40/54
67/83 33/48
58/76 42/77
28/57 25/36 41/69


2 Daily Gazette Thursday, November 7, 1985


Friday's agenda...


CNO (Continued from page 1)











Local job market


NEX jobs
The Navy Exchange has the following job oeiS. Please contact the Personnel Office at 1ldg. I 34, Calla Hl, or pone 4348/4508.


POSITION AND GRADE


CLOSING


LOCATION Soviet misinformation: Perle clears record


Sales Clerk P/T OPEN
PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 or LS-2
$2.75 leading to LGS-3/$3.42
Identification Checker F/T OPEN
PS-1/$3.66 or LPS-2/$2.75
Head Sales Clerk F/T OPEN
PS-5/$4.84 or LS-4/$4.08
Food Service Worker F/T OPEN
NA-1/$3.57 or 11-1/$2.30
Cashier/Checker F/T OPEN 4-2/$3.99 or LOS-2/$2.75
rehouse Worker P/T (2 required) Noverter 6
NA-4/$4.63 or LWG-41$3.2T
Facilities Services Order Clerk P/T Novemer 6
AS-3/$4.37 cr LGS&-$2.75 (Typing)
Mbtor Vehicle Operator (Courier) P/T OPEN
NA-4/$4.63 or LGS-2/$2.75
Qistomer Services Clerk F/T OPEN
PS-4/$4.54 or LM-3/$3.42
Invoice Audit Clerk F/T OPEN
AS-4/$4.68 or LUS-4/$4.08
Janitor F/T OPEN
NA-1/$3.57 or LWG-1/$2.30
btor Vehicle Operator (Courier) F/T OPEN
DEPr
NA-4/$4.63 or LGS-2/$2.75


210-85-B Qstodial Worler,
LWG-3566-02
215-85-B Store Worker,
WG-6914-02 TeMp NEt to
exceed 90 days/Intermittent


Open register
The following positions are open permanent


POSITION AND GRADE


CLOSING


RETAIL STORE
MINI MARE M MART RETAIL STORE STOPLIff
INN
STOPLIGHT
INN


MAINT . DEPT
PERSONALIZED SERVICES RETAIL STORE SERVICE DESK
ACCOUNTING NAVY LODGE
ACCOUNTING


Caunissary Ccamissary





register:
LocAToo


*Clerk Typist, G 322-03 01-85 All Cmmands
(PermanentlT xrar y/FTIPT)
Personnel Clerk (Typing) GS/LGS- 02-85 NBCPO
203-03; Staffing Clerk (fyping),
/LGS-203-04 Staffin Clerk
(Typing, GS/AC-23-05
Sales'Store Checker, GS/LGS-2091-02 03-85 Cmmissary
leading to GS/LGS-03 or GS/LS-209103 (INT)
Production Control Clerk, GS/LGS- 61-85 PFD
303-04
Telephone Operator, GS/LGS-382-02/03 62-85 PWD
(TEMP TE 1 YR)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-05 67-85 All Cannands
(Permanent and Temporary)
*Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-04 68-85 All Ccmnands
(Permanent and Temporary)
*Clerk Typist, GS/LGS-322-04 (Perma- 69-85 All Ccmads
nent/Temporary/Full Time/Part Time)
Supply Clerk, GSU.-0- (Perma- 74-85 All CwAs
nent and Temporary)
Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-04 (Perma- 75-85 All CAnds
nent and Temporary)
*Accouting Technician, GS/LS-525-05 76-85 All Cctnands
(Permanent and Tenporary)
*Accounting Technician, GS/L-525-04 77-85 All Camands
(Permanent and Temporary)
Educational Aid, GS/& S-1702-03 78-85 Elementary + (Part Time) (Temporary night the end High Schools
of the school year, but incunbent may
be nn-competitively extended)
Data Transcriber, Keypurxch/crt. entry 79-85 Supply
GS/L0S-356-02 leading to GS/LMS-356-03,
- (Permanent and Temporary)
Personnel Clerk, (Typing), GS-203-03/ 180-85 NBCPO W""Staffing Clerk, (Typing), 05-203-04
with target position *Staffin$ Clerk,
(Typng), GS-203-05 (Upward Mobility)
Cashier-Qecker PS-2091-02 or Sales NAF-1-85 Clubs
Store Checker, LtS-2091-02 (INT, FT,
PT)
Recreation Aid, PS/LGS-0189-03 NAF-2-85 Recreation
(INr, PT, Pr) Services
Mbtor Vehicle Operator, NA/LWG- NAF-3-85 Recreation
5703-05 (FT) Services
Child Care Attendant, PS-0189-02 or NAF-5-85 Recreation
Recreation Aid, LGS-0189-02 (INT,FT,PT) Services
ustodial Worker, NLWG-3566-01 and NAF-6-85 All Camnands
NA/L-3566-02 (INT,FT, P)
Food Service Wrker, Nk/LWG-7408-02 NAF-7-85 Clubs
(INT,FT,Fr)
Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 NAF-8-85 Clubs
(INr,FT,Pr)
Bartender, NA/LWG-7405-03 NAF-9-85 Clubs
(INT,FTP)
Cook, NA/LwG-7404-05 (INrT,FT,PT) NAF-0-85 Clubs
Child Care Attendant/Recreation Aid, NAF-11-85 Recreation
PS/2SS-0189-03 (INT,FT,PT) Services
Recreation Aid (Youth Activities), NAF-12-85 Recreation
PS/LGS-0189-03 (INT? PT) Services
Club Operations Assistant, PS-1101- NAF-13-85 Clubs
04 or Recreation Assistant, [LS-018904 (INTT,Fr)
*Applicants submit two SF-171s for this register to receive concurrent
consideration.


How to submit classified ads

The ad must be in before 9 a.m. to get in the next day's paper, otherwise
it will run two days later.
Each ad mist be submitted on a separate 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper with a
phone number and signature. If each ad us not submitted on a separate piece
of aer,it will runm uder the miscelaneous heading.
.0 Is a m arepublished in Friday's paper only. A yard sale ad must be in before 9 a.m. on Thursday. Be advised not to submit a classified ad
al g with a yard sale on the same sheet of paper.
Your advertisement will run two continuous days and oace per week. The ad
must be resubmitted if you wish it to run the follo week.
Ads can be dropped off at the Public Affairs Office located in Building
760 from 7 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. There is an envelope outside the office
doorfo! ads submitted after Working hours.


(AFPS) -- Richard N. Perle, assistant secretary of defense for international security policy, recently challenged
statements made by Soviet officials at a conference in Geneva, Switzerland.
Perle, known for his staunch position against Soviet misinformation, challenged the substance of the Soviet's presentations point by point.
He said they "would have us believe that the Soviet buildup of strategic nuclear weapons has been forced upon them by American efforts to achieve what (they call) 'unilateral advantage. "'
"But it is the Soviet Union, alone," continued Perle, "that today, possesses a force of intercontinental ballistic missiles with a combination of yield and accuracy sufficient to attack and destroy hardened military facilities that are essential elements of the American nuclear deterrent. The United States has no comparable hard target offensive capability.
"It is the Soviet Union alone that has deployed a system of anti-ballistic missile defense.
"It is the Soviet Union alone that has a fully tested and deployed anti-satellite system.
"It is the Soviet Union alone that has mobile missiles with multiple warheads of intercontinental range."
Perle compared United States and Soviet trends in weapons development.
"The last of our B-52 bombers rolled off the production line in 1962, 23 years ago, and some of our active fleet of strategic bombers were built as far back as 1959. We began deploying our newest land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles 15 years ago. And during the same year we bagan the Poseidon submarine-launched ballistic missiles.
"We diM not field another new strategic system until 1978, when we bagan deploying the Trident I submarine-launched missiles. Since then we have begun to deploy air- and sea-launched missiles and to


build the Trident I ballistic missile carrying submarine at the rate of about one a year.
"By contrast the Soviet Union has, since 1971, deployed at
least three, and probably four, new types of ICBMs, eight imporved versions of existing ICBMs and SLBMs (submarine launched ballistic missiles),
long-range cruise missiles, and we are about to see a new intercontinental bomber," he said.
"And the Soviet Union is continuing to develop new strategic weapons of all types."
Perle said the Soviet Union
has more than 1,200 warheads on SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic missiles, probably twice that number when refire missiles are considered. The range of these missiles, he said, is twice that of American cruise missiles.
"We... accept an image of the strategic relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union that is characterized by a spiralling arms race," Perle
summarized. "And yet the facts are significantly different."
"The United States has today, deployed around the world, some 8,000 fewer nuclear weapons than we had deployed in 1967...The megatonnage of this diminished American force is barely one-quarter of what it was in the late 1960s."
He added that the Western


Potpourri & Grab The Saler


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Technics SL-Q3 turntable, $70. Call
3808 AT.
BOOKS
Loking for books? I have over 350 paperbacks priced to sell. Vainly
romances. Call 3112 AT.
AUTS
'78 Ford Ranger F150 P/U, excellent condition, $4000 firm. Call MSgt. Anderson at 2342 DWH or 3490 AWH.
'75 Plymouth Valiant, excellent GTM) 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.
T1O WHLERS
'80 Yamaha 400 Special, good condition, $900 or best offer. Call FO Wallace at 4134.

'84 Honda Aero 80, $850. Available now. Call Father MoMahon at 4550 UWH or 2923 AWH.
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 Forean af 4657 M or 3444 AM.


CARPETING
One 8x10 carpet, $75; one 8x12 brown carpet, $75 or both for $100. For more information, call 3875 AT.
Light brown 12x15,good condition, $100; rust/brown 12x12, $100; medium brown 6x9, $60, all in excellent
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PETS
Free to a good howe. A two-year-old female cat. She is solid black except for one white star under her neck. Her name is Midnight. She has been de-clawd and has just received all her shots. She comes with a litter box and toys. Call 2688 AWH.
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NISCEULLAEOS
Kemnore sewing machine in cabinet, $25; stereo entertainment shelf,
$25; ccplete set of weights, new, $60; Lane solid wood coffee and end tables $100; small black aid white TV, $2. Call 3130 adter 4:30 p.m.
AIR CONDITIONER
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Whirlpool 24,000 BTU six months old, paid $650, will sell for $450; GE 7,000 BTU, good for small rocm, $75. Available now To see contact Jake at 2492 AW or 3792 aH.
GE 18,500 BTU, perfect for a living/dining room, asking $290 neg. Available November 22. Call 2217 DWH or 3765 AT.


APPLIANCES
Whirlpool washing machine, $40. Call 2123 AM.

SERVICES
Looking for a babysitter you can trust? I am very responsible dependable and experienced with references. I will watch your child or children after school, week
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Will do housecleaning for final inspection. Guaranteed to pass. Call
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Rug steam cleaner with upholstery attachment. Would like to borrow or rent for one-time use. Call 3967 AT.


3 Daily Gazette Thursday, November 7, 1985


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sted on official bulletin boards.
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alliance has agreed to further reduce the number of U.S.. nuclear weapons deployed in Europe by 1,400.
"By contrast, we have seen in recent years consistent additions to Soviet nuclear forces: 8,000 new strategic warheads alone since 1969, when SALT I negotiations got under way, 4,000 of which have been added since 1979 when the SALT II Treaty was signed."
Perle also rebutted Soviet criticisms of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative research program, noting that the Soviet's strategic defense program--including large investments in advanced technology, such as directed energy and particle beam weapons-began in the 1960s.

FerLe said if the United States and Soviet Union are to come to an arms reduction agreement, the Soviet Union will have to end its "artificial linkage between reductions in offensive forces and its demand that the United States terminate its SDI research."
"I hope that we will find mechanisms, however difficult it may be, for composing the relationship between us, based on common understanding of what (offensive) forces are possessed on both sides, leading to a radical reduction of those forces."












Soviet Union men regain crown


(UPI) - The Soviet Union won the men's team title at the World Gymnastics Championship in Montreal last night, regaining the crown it lost to China in 1983.
The Soviets were keyed by the sterling optional routines of Yuri Korolev and Vladimir Artemov.
China was second this time
around, with East Germany third and Japan fourth.
The rebuilding U.S. team was forced to compete one man short because of an injury and entered the competition with just two veterans from its gold medal Olympic team.
As result, the Americans finished in ninth place with 563 points after fumbling through their usually strong 'optional


routines. The Americans stood eighth after the compulsories and came to Montreal hoping to finish fifth or sixth.
The Soviet Union's Artemov and
East German Sylovio Kroll were the leading individual scorers, tying with 117.80 of a possible 120 points each.
The top 36 individual scorers advance into the all-around competition tomorrow night, although rules limit each country to three representatives each.
The Soviet women's team can wrap up its third straight World Championship tomorrow evening. They hold a slim lead over Romania, the 1984 Olympic gold medalists. The American squad begins the competition in seventh place.


. Sports briefs

American League Manager Of The Year
(AP) -- The Baseball Writers Association of American has named Bobby Cox the American League Manager of the Year. Cox led the Toronto Blue Jays to their first divisional championship, then left to become the general manager of the Atlanta Braves. Dick Howser of the Kansas City Royals was second in the voting, and Gene Mauch of the California Angels was third.

Major League Baseball Franchises
(AP) -- Representatives from thirteen cities hoping to get Major League baseball franchises will meet with baseball officials today and tomorrow in New York. Baseball team owners have not committed themselves to expansion, but under the basic agreement between players and owners, two teams could be added to the National League before 1989.

Mid-American Conference
(AP) - Northern Illinois University will leave the Mid-American Conference next summer, and will compete as a Division One-A Independent. "Mac" officials say they will not "actively seek" a tenth member to replace NIU at this time.

Pitsburgh Pirates
(AP) - The Pitsburgh Pirates plan to announce the name of their new general manager today. KDKA TV in Pittsburgh says it will be former Pirate Scout Syd Thrift.
UFC Players
(UPI) - Running back Walter Payton of the Chicago Bears and strong safety Leonard Smith of the St. Louis Cardinals were honored as the NFC's "Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week." Payton ran for 192 yards in the Bears' 16-10 victory over Green Bay. That performance moves Payton to within 156 yards of an NFL record ninth, 1,000-yard rushing season. Smith had one interception, one sack and nine tackles in the Cards' 21-10 win over Dallas.


By Charles Morey

The race for the Heisman award this year is as wide open as well, let us make it easy, the 1988 Democratic Presidential nomination.
A couple of weeks ago, Bo Jackson of Auburn seemed to be 10 lengths in front. Last
Saturday, he was slowed to a walk by a tough Florida defense, and suffered a bruised thigh, in
addition. It was no coincidence that Auburn lost to the Gators, 14-10. Bo had one other poor game this season Tennessee wrapped him up like a Christmas present. It was no coincidence that Auburn lost that game also.
There is at least a suspicion that Jackson can be stopped by a tenacius defense.
Then there is Chuck Long, the whip-armed Iowa quarterback. He is still a hot candidate for the. Heisman, but he lost points and a ballgame last week. Ohio State humbled the Hawkeyes, 22-13, and intercepted Long four times. i
Robbie Bosco of pass-happy Brigham Young has had a couple; of poor showings, but last week,!
he was rifleman Robbie. He hitr on 17 of 21 aerials against Wyoming. There was no pressure. BYU won, 59-0.
Paul Palmer of Temple can only be considered a longshot. The Palmer method of carrying the
football has resulted in 100 yards or more on the ground in 12 straight games.
Another star runner who has not received much national attention is Thurman Thomas, the slasher from Oklahoma State. All
he did was to cut holes in the


Colorado defense last week for 201 yards, in a 14-11 win for his team.
Allen Pinkett of Notre Dame has been punching out yardage
every week, and has been a big factor in the Irish turning a poor season around.
Jim Everett of Purdue, the
latest in a long line of bullseye bombers at that school, has been very productive. He only played two quarters last week against Northwestern, but picked up 292 yards in the air and connected for two touchdowns. Then there is Napolean
McCallum of Navy, who was redshirted, the first player in his
team's history to have that happen. Nappy, and why was he not named admiral, gained 124 yards against Notre Dame last week, although the Middies lost the ball game.
There probably are at least a half-dozen more players who deserve Heisman ranking. It is a
sad fact of life that publicity plays a big part. If you are not with a team that is center stage and winning, you do not have much of a chance. So the chances are that the Heisman will come down to three men, Jackson, Long and Bosco.
The key to success for the New
York Giant defense, one of the better units in the NFL, has been patience. That, and luck.
Seven members of the defensive group were signed as free
agents. Three are starters, Curtis McGrieff at left end, Jim
Burt at nose tackle, and Elvis Patterson at left cornerback.
In the case of Burt, both luck and patience have played a part.


SPORTSWORLD Flatley carries Islanders past Toronto


(AP) -- In the NHL last night, right wing Pat Flatley carried the New York Islanders past Toronto 5-4. Flatley scored New York's first four goals. Then set up Pat Lafontaine for the
winning goal with just under six minutes left in the game. Greg Terrion and Brad Maxwell each scored twice for the Maple
Leafs, who have lost their last nine games.
The Washington Capitals beat Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1. Pittsburgh has not beaten the Caps since October of 1983, a span of 14 games. Washington's Alan Haworth ran his goalscoring streak to seven games.
Philadelphia's winning streak has reached eight games. Thirtyfive saves by Bob Froese helped the Flyers top the Rangers in New York 5-2. Brian Propp scored
two Philadelphia goals.
Lindy Ruff and Mike Foligno each scored twice to lead the Buffalo Sabres past the Winnipeg Jets 7-3.
The New Jersey Devils fell under the 500-mark by losing to Calgary 5-2. The Flames broke


open the game on second period goals by Carey Wilson, Steve Bozek and Gino Cavallini. Detroit flipped the St. Louis Blues 4-2. The Red Wings have two wins and two ties since they broke an eight-game losing streak. Last night, Gerard
Gallant scored his team-leading eighth goal for Detroit.


Tom Kurvers' goal with just under seven minutes left in the third period gave the Montreal Canadians a 3-3 tie with the Minnesota North Stars. Wayne Gretzky's breakaway goal with 1:40 left in regulation
time lifted the Edmonton Oiler into a 4-4 tie with the Angeles Kings.


Veteran defensive tackle missing


(AP) -- NFL moves -the Green Bay Packers signed punter Don Bracken out of Michigan to
replace Joe Prokop, who was waived this week.
The Denver Broncos say safety Steve Foley could play Monday
night. Foley has missed four games with a separated shoulder.
Los Angeles Rams Coach John Robinson says Jeff Kemp will start at quarterback Sunday against the New York Giants. Regular starter Dieter Brock had
surgery for removal of a kidney stone Monday.
The Seattle Seahawks released fullback Andre Hardy and signed


free agent fullback John
Williams.
Tight end Kellen Winslow returned to the San Diego Chargers yesterday. Winslow missed Monday's practice to protest a lack of playing time since he returned from a severe knee injury. Chargers Coach Don Coryell says Winslow was fined $500.
Veteran NFL defensive tackle Lawrence Pillars missed team meetings with the Atlanta Falcons yesterday. Team officials say they are concern
because they do not know wherW Pillars is.


Golden State performs well on and off court


(AP) -- It was a good day yesterday for Golden State on and off the court. The Warriors signed holdout guard Chris Mullin, the team's first-round
draft choice. Forward Purvis Short, who walked away from the team for weeks ago, rejoined the Warriors with a restructured contract.
Mullin and Short then went out and helped Golden State beat the Seattle Supersonics 105-101. Short and Joe Barry Carroll each scored 24 points. Mullin canned 15, including two on a short jumper with 19 seconds left. Detroit used a 47-point fourth


quarter to rally past Chicago
122-105. The Pistons trailed by 12 points when the last quarter started. Earl Cureton sparked the rally with 13 points in the final period. Isiah Thomas topped the Detroit scoresheet with 23 points. Orlando Woolridge had 37 for the Bulls.
Portland edged Dallas 111-109. Sam Bowie blocked a Rolando
Blackman layup with two seconds left to preserve Portland's lead. Clyde Drexler led the Trail Blazers with 28 points. Mark Aguirre netted 29 for the Mavericks.
Twenty-one points from Moses
Malone guided the Philadelphia 76ers past the Indiana Pacers 105-97. Sedale Threatt scored 17
- 15 in the second half, as the Sixers broke open'a close game. Washington lost for the fourth straight time. The Bullets fell to San Antonio 81-80. Mike Mitchell's 13-foot jumper with 40 seconds left put the Spurs on
top and was the last scoring of


Local
tacht -Club -- The Yacht Club Social Night will be held November 10, Sunday, 5:30 p.m. There will be a movie following the meal. Please plan to come and bring a hot dish or a side dish to have a Thanksgiving meal. All GTMO residents are invited.


Seabee lOK/5K Walk and Run -- There will be a SeaBee 1OK/5K Walk and Run,
Nov beer '16, sponsored bY NMC9-3 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 designedT-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.


the game. San Antonio's leading
scorer was Alvin Robertson with 18 points. Jeff Malone had 23 for the Bullets.
Phoenix is off to the worst start in franchise history. The Suns lost their fifth in a row
by falling to Atlanta 114-106. Dominique Wilkins highlighted a Hawks comeback with 12 fourth-quarter points. He finished with a game-high 34. Off the NBA courts,
Philadelphia signed forward Voise Winters and put guard Andrew Toney on the injured reserve list.
Seattle activated front-liner Tim McCormick and released forward Alex Stivrins.
New York lost forward James Bailey for two to three weeks because of a partially torn knee ligament, the team's fourth currently injured regular. The New Jersey Nets have matched a $3 million offer sheet the
Kicks had presented to free agent forward Albert King.


sports
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, today, 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 information, call PADI Dive jInstructor Nels Palm, 3331.


Reggie Jackson? Yankees manager


(UPI) -- A New York newspaper' suggests that Reggie Jackson
will be the next manager of the Yankees.
Jackson's reaction?


"Anybody who writes about me being manager of the Yankees should be forced to take a drug test. "


Jim was signed as a free agent in 1981, and spent the first few years on the bench. He worked hard, and now is rated one of the top nose tackles in the league.

Looking back, Jim says, "I think not being drafted by any
team was good for me. It made me more determined."
Patience, not luck, is the story of Leonard Marshall, a starting defense end. He was drafted in 1983, reported to camp overweight, and contributed very little. He changed all that last year, taking off poundage and adding knowledge of how the NFL operates. This year, he has done even more, and is one of the best pass-rushers in the league.

Patterson was signed as a free
agent last year, and was burned or touchdowns so often they called him "Toast."
Not any more, Elvis is one of the heavy hitters in the secondary, and has made some key interceptions. The New York
coaches think he ultimately will play in pro bowl.

Of course, any mention of the Giant defense has to include the quartet of linebackers, Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Carl Banks and Gary Reasons. Banks is returning from the injured reserve list and his understudy, Byron Hunt, did a good job
taking his place. It probably is the best linebaking group in the
league. The Giants, by the way, are 6-3 for the season and tied for first place in the NFC East.


Thursday, November 7, 1985


The Sportsman


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DAILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba 7.l -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Caller says hostages will die, *o face firing squad in Beirut (AP) -There is no word to authenticate the information, but an anonymous telephone caller says American hostages held in Lebanon are to be killed by firing squad today. The caller, who spoke with a western news agency in Beirut, claimed to speak for Islamic Jihad, the radical Shiite Moslem group believed to be holding five Americans. The caller spoke in Arabic. He told the news agency, which asked not to be identified, that the group would kill the Americans because "indirect negotiations" with the United States to secure the hostages' elease had stalled. He said there would be another call (at 6 a.m.) "in connection with the status of the corpses of the American hostages. There was also a warning that killing the hostages would not end Islamic Jihad's battles with the United States. Apparently reading from a prepared statement, the man said, "We wish to tell America that this sad end of the American hostages will not be the last." He continued,; "We shall shake the earth at America's feet and the feet of its agents." Six Americans are missing in Lebanon, and Islamic Jihad already claims to have killed one of them, U.S. Embassy political officer William Buckley. That was in supposed retaliation for Israel's October air raid on Palestine Liberation Organization Headquarters in Tunisa. Kidnappers claimed last month to have produced a picture of Buckley's body, but U.S. officials are unconvinced that the corpse shown in the photo is Buckley's Islamic Jihad, or Islamic Holy War, is believed to consist of Shiite Fundamentalists with ties to Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini. It also has claimed it is holding four Frenchmen missing in Beirut. Islamic Jihad has demanded the release of 17 comrades convicted in Kuwait of bombing the U.S. and French embassies in December 1983. The United States has refused publicly to negotiate with the kidnappers, but there have been persistent reports in the Arab press of efforts through a third party to arrange an exchange. Rebels hold judges captive (UPI) -The Supreme Court Building of Columbia is under seige. Leftist rebels firing machine guns and hurling grenades seized the building and are holding 10 judges hostage. Security forces have stormed the structure and a fire broke out after dark. The fate of its occupants is uncertain. As many as 20 people were killed in a daylong battle yesterday. The guerrillas have declared "war" on the government, indicating they will stay inside he building one block from the residential palace until their demands are met. An army spokesman says "absolutely no negotiations" are being conducted. Bogota's main plaza has been turned into a battleground. The rebels exchanged fire with hundreds of police and troops who rushed to the area with tanks and helicopters and sealed it off. Tanks blasted the entrance to the building and at least four rumbled into the ground floor of the structure. They freed many of an estimated 500 court employees trapped for three hours. President Belisario Betancur met with most of the ministers in his cabinet for more than 13 hours. Another cabinet meeting is scheduled today. Diplomat leaves for Moscow, Russian's wife commits suicide (UPI) -A love affair may have led to a defection and the end of the love affair may have led to the defector's change of mind and the woman's suicide. KGB official Vitaly Yurchenko left for Moscow yesterday. The day before, the wife of a Soviet diplomat plunged to her death mom the twenty-seventh floor of apartment building in onto. The Canadian government says she left a suicide note. ABC News says Yurchenko's decision to end his defection came after the CIA arranged to fly him to Canada secretly and meet with the woman. ABC says he thought she would defect with him. She and her husband have been in Canada for two years. The Soviet Embassy in Ottawa denies any connection between the death of Svetlana Dedkova, 48, the wife of a trade representative, and the return of Yurchenko to the Soviet Union. An embassy spokesman says they did not know each other. The Soviets also deny that Yurchenko defected. They say he was kidnapped and forcibly detained by the U.S. Yurchenko, 49, was thought to have defected to the West on August 1, but he slipped away from a CIA escort in Washington on Saturday and surfaced at the Soviet Embassy. The KGB officer flew to Moscow on a special flight yesterday, leaving a trail of unanswered questions on his defection and later decision to return to the Soviet fold. Another defection is reported, an officer in the Soviet military intelligence agency, the GRU. Greek authorities say Sergei Bokhane defected in May and is in U.S. custody. The State Department confirmed the defection, but says it does not know where Bokhane is. The CIA is not commenting. Reports from Greece say Bokhane was deputy station chief of GRU in Athens. Greek authorities say Bokhane has supplied information about Soviet espionage activities in Greece. In the 1940s there was a looked June 15. 1942. This free flow of people view of the runway being between our base and Cuba. paved is looking north. At Our old photo of the time, construction Guantanamo today takes us related to our base was outside the gate to to the being performed in Cuba Los Canos Air Field. It and Haiti. (Official U.S. was under construction, Navy photo) and this is how the area Wine recall announced A voluntary recall of the following wines isin effect: Riunite Bianco (White) 750 ML Code 1124/RE Riunite Lambrusco (Red) 750 ML Code 1124/RE Riunite.Rosato (Rose) 750 ML Code 1124?RE Riunite Rosato (Rose) 1.5 LTR Code 3321/BR The code numbers are located on the bottle cap plastic seal. All other sizes and codes are unaffected. The Consolidated Package Store will gladly take back the affected products, during our store hours of 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Tuesday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Eusi ness world (AP) -The Stock Market made history yesterday, closing above the 1,400 level of the Dow Industrials for the first time. Falling interest rates had investors buying, and some analysts expect the Dow to move higher again today. In heavy trading yesterday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained nearly seven points to close at 1,403,43. (AP) -The dollar was lower against other key currencies overseas yesterday, reflecting lower U.S. interest rates. The price of gold in New York was down 50 cents at $323.80 an ounce. (AP) -Federal Reserve Board Chairman Paul Volcker has told Congress that the nation's basic money supply will probably expand at a slower rate in the fourth quarter. Volcker also says the Fed will be satisfied if the money supply grows in the second half at a faster pace than the target range set by the Central Bank in July. from around the (AP) -The Welland Canal linking Lakes Erie and Ontario has reopened to ship traffic. It had been blocked since October 14. (UPI) -Police in Chile say three people were killed in two days of protest against President Pinochet's government. More than 800 people were arrested during the protests, which turned violent in militant Santiago neighborhoods. (UPI) -Residents of Washington, D.C., are bracing for flooding. It is expected today when the Potomac River crests. Floodwaters have surged through Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. At least 37 people are dead. Damage from the flooding is estimated at more than $345 million. (UPI) -Black-market adoptions of "Cabbage Patch Kids" are a topic in the nation's capital. A lawyer says hundreds of thousands of the dolls were exported illegally to the United States, along with adoption papers printed in foreign Reduced deployments for U.S. Navy The Secretary of the Navy, Fleet Commanders-in-Chief, and I agree that the time and resources are here to eliminate excessive operating tempo (OPTEMPO) for ships and A/C sqardrons and achieve long standing personnel tempo (PERSTEMPO) limits. True, going to sea is a fact of life for most Navy people and is the cornerstone of our profession. On the other hand, since the number and quality of ships and squadrons have grown significantly over the past five years, we no longer need to accept what I consider to be too many self-imposed burdens of sea duty. As a result, we should now be able to maintain the joy and professionalism associated with going to sea and, at the same time, have more time at home with family and friends. There is little question in my mind that we can accomplish heretofore unreachable goals. While continuing to meet national commitments, this message will outline the OPTEMPO/PERSTEMPO problem as we see it and goals we intend to achieve. Additionally, it provides some basic information that will help you understand how we will make improvements in the near term. Keeping ships and squadrons at sea is an expensive proposition in physical, human and material terms. Our Navy has grown over the past five years. Concurrently, we have too readily accepted high levels of OPTEMPO. So, the dollar cost has soared proportionately (i.e., more units operating for the same or greater amounts of time equals higher expenditures). We simply cannot continue to afford these levels while expanding our capabilities and modernizing our forces. Additionally, and more important than dollar costs, sailors understand the human costs of shattered expectations when the let-up we predicted (as the 600 ship Navy was launched five years ago) is still not realized. In recognition of the human factor, we have See CNO: Page 2 globe. languages. The International Trade Commission is investigating. (UPI) -Japanese officials confirm that a Japan Air Lines jumbo jet carrying 132 people strayed near the spot where Soviets jets shot down a Korean airline two years ago. The incident last week took the Japanese plane off-course in Soviet airspace for 55 minutes until the cockpit crew corrected a navigation error. Soviet fighters were scrambled and circled until the plane corrected its course. (UPI) -Probate records in Los Angeles show the late actor Rock Hudson left nothing to his 12 cousins, his only surviving relatives. Long-time friend and business manager Tom Clark was written out of the will in a 1984 codicil and Hudson's entire estate goes into a trust he set up in 1974. The will filed Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court makes no reference to the size of the estate. Hudson died last months of AIDS. Vol. 41 -No. 214 Thursday, November 7, 1985 I

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For your information. COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Attention: 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, 3311 AWH. Bake Sale and Dunk Tank -There will be a bake sale and dunk tank by the Fleet Reserve Association for Boy Scouts Of America Troop 435 sponsorship, November 10, Sunday, Piers Victor and Lima, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Stop by and join the fun. Basic Skills Diagnostic Testing -There will be a Basic Skills Diagnostic testing for active duty Navy/Marine personnel who wish to review high school English, math, reading, comprehension and vocabulary. There is an on-going program available for these areas. A pretest is required, and can be taken by calling 4307 or 4769, Navy Campus Office. The classes are concentrated and valuable to those who attend. Let us tell you about some of the success stories. Family Fitness -Family fitness is for fun. Family fitness is for life. Family fitness is for free!! Classes are held on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, 7 -8 p.m., W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose room. For more information, call Sylvia, 3724 AWH. Walkers/Runners meet Tuesday and Thursday evenings, 6 -7 p.m. For more information, call Terri, 3195 or 2450 DWH or Sylvia, 3742 AWH. For you "Hard Core" Walkers/Runners, meet in front of Recreation Services on Saturday and Sunday mornings, from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. Stride with ease!! Pre-Teen Pool Party Change -The Recreation Services Pre-teen Club will be celebrating with a Pool Party November 9, Saturday, 6:30 -9:30 p.m., CPO Pool. The party was originally scheduled for November 8. There will be music, munchies and fun! For more information, call Susan Yaeger, 3195, 2450. GTHO Swingers Square Dance Club -The GTMO Swingers Square Dance Club is holding a caravan November 9, Saturday, 2 -5 p.m. Our members can earn badges for dancing in different places on the base. Visit The Library -We now have stories on cassettes. Listen for pleasure. Flying Club Meeting -There will be a mandatory member quarterly safety meeting, Tuesday, November 12, 7:30 p.m., in the club room, McCalla Hanger. Any GTMO residents that are interested in learning to fly are welcome to attend. Contact Lt. Lance Lerner, 4554 DWH, 3145 AWH. Corral Lease Payment Lease payment will be conducted at the Corral manager's office, 7:30 -4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. There will be a late charge for payments after the tenth of each month as follows: $5 for the first day plus $1 for each day after. For more information, call Paula 'Maloney, 2381. Marine Corps Exchange In observances of Veterans Day, November 11, the hours of operations for the MCX activities will be: Administrative Offices/Warehouse -Closed, Main Store -Closed, Marine Mini Mart -9 a.m. to 9 p.m., Dive Shop -10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Video Rental Center -noon to 5 p.m., Barber/Beauty Shops Closed, and the Tailor Shop Closed. Marine Corps Exchange Look at the terrific selection of trikes and bikes now available at your MCX. We also have a large selection of Big Wheels! Something for every member of the family! Navy Exchange -When the Blue Light flashes in front of your Main Exchange, you will have great savings waiting for you inside. Stop by and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the Blue Light Special, all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off regular price. "Watch out, there is gold under the blue lights!" Note: Items for sale under the Blue Light Special are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain checks, nor can these items be put on layaway. Navy Exchange -The Inflation Fighter for the week of November 11 -15 is "Two Hot Dogs with Cheese," for only 99 cents, available at the Stop Light Inn and Kountry Kitchen. DAILY GAZETTE U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN .Cenmander, U.S. Naval Base ,Lt. Ordr. Rick Fischer USN .Public Affairs Officer JO2 Neil Guillebeau, USN .Asst. PAO/Managing Editor JO3 Teri Thomas, USN .Assistant Editor Mrs. Susan Junkins.Secretary/Associate Editor Ws. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff .Production Assistant SA Vicki Strickland.Staff Assistant The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations tcr snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the pblic affairs officer. The Daily 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 Camnaner, 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 00otplaitorastron crpinion about a certain issue? Well then write a let r to the editor (Stop 53). Are yo aaspiring journalist and want to write a story? Please, let us low what is on your mind. And if you Friday's agenda. 1 to 3 a.m. -Wild Animal Control, Admin Hill area. 6:30 a.m. -Catholic Mass, Base Chapel. 8:30 a.m. -Live Firing, VC-10. 9 a.m. -Deadline for NAVSTA department heads to submit muster reports. 9:10 a.m. -"Footsteps," proactive parenting film, TV8. 11 a.m. -727 arrives from Norfolk. I p. -727 departs for Kingston. 3:45 p.m. -727 arrives from Kingston. 4 p.m. -Deadline, Child Care Reservations for Friday Night Child Development Center, 2205. 5:15 p.m. -727 departs for Norfolk. 6 p.m. to midnight -Child Development Center, open, reservations required, 2205. 7 p.m. -Bible Study, Hook Coffee Shop, "Book of Romans." 7 p.m. -Friday Prayer Meeting, Pentecostal Gospel Assembly, Bay Hill Chapel. 8 p.m. -AA Meeting (0), NAVHOSP ARD Wing, 2604 or 7269. 8 p.m. -Pony Express, Windjammer. 8 p.m. -MOVEIS -COMO, "Grease Two;" Windjamme "Lawman Without A Gun; CP "Secrets;" Downtown, "Splash McCalla, "My Friend the Chalkboard;" Marine, "Americana;" Leeward, "Never Never Land." 9 p.m. -Socializers Club, opens. 9 p.m. -Movie, Hook Coffee Shop, "Gospel Road." CNO (Continued from page 1) established personnel tempo goals that will be explained later in this message. Finally, there are high material costs involved with a high OPTEMPO. Provided we use our time in homeport efficiently, we can lessen maintenance and repair costs and, of course reduce the wear and tear on equipment by not operating it in a sea environment more than necessary to either (1) accomplish actual missions, and/or, (2) train to achieve necessary levels of combat readiness. OPTEMPO/PERSTEMPO limits: Fleet commanders are presently developing schedules to meet the following five goals. Limit: To ensure each ship will be in its homeport at least 50 percent of the time. As a result, a minimum of 50 percent PERSTEMPO for each ship embarked squadron is now the ceiling. Since homeport, PERSTEMPO for ships will be measured from the end of one overhaul to the start of the next overhaul. An exception is that PERSTEMPO for ships in phased maintenance will be measured over a five year cycle. Sea based aviation squadrons face special problems associated not only with deploying and training aboard their CV but also conducting training away from home air stations during remainder of their operational cycle. Fifty percent PERSTEMPO applies to sea regardless of whether time away was aboard ship or at other stations for training. Limit: 6.0 months, or less, portal-to-portal deployments. This will be hardest to achieve but we can get there within a reasonable time and are working hard to comply fully by the end of fiscal year 1986. In the meantime, we will take ever possible action to shorten deployments divided by the length of the last deployment. For each month a ship or squadron is deployed, there will be two months available to achieve necessary training prior to next deployment (i.e., a nominal six months deployed to 12 months at home is the minimum standard). Limit: OPTEMPO of 50.5 days per quarter while deployed and 29.0 days per quarter while not have a special black and white photograph you wculd' like to see in print, bring it by our office. The Daily Gazette staff is in BAildine 760 (Admin Hill) anW6w are open from at least midnight to 4:30 p.m., Sunday' night to Friday afternoon. If we ban help you in any. way, give us a call at extension 4819 or 4502. We are. o and getting better. With your help, we will be the' st newspaper in the Navy! deployed. This is a funding criterion which is averaged out over the entire fleet and is not reflected in individual unit schedules, except over the long term. Limit: Flying hour program to provide a notional 25 hours per crew per month for tactical and ASW aircraft squadrons. Now how do we get there? Achieving our reductions in tempo will not be easy but, together SECNAV, the CINCs and I have devised a plan that will move us rapidly toward accomplishment of our goals. First, the fleet commanders have implemented a revised carrier/battleship schedule that meets all worldwide commitments, taking into account the capabilities of flexible battlegroup makeups, the vastly increased combat readiness/flexibility of the now larger, more capable Navy, and judicious employment of Navy and Air Force land-based air support. Second, while we realize we cannot change history or schedules that are now so fir along in implementation that they must be carried out, (for example: (1) A ship now on deployment will have to complete present schedule, (2) a ship having a PERSTEMPO in the 60 to 70 percent range based on past operations since overhaul is not going to get down to 50 percent overnight). We are putting procedures into effect that highlight each and every case where our limits are exceeded. These procedures require that alternatives be considered and, when absolutely necessary to carry out a schedule that does not meet the requirements, force the issue to be referred to my level so that I can work to either (1) have the commitment itself reconsidered at higher levels or, (2) determine if there is not some other relief possible through use of alternative forces. We will not be successful in all cases, but we will work hard to make maximum improvement minimum time. Each case will individually considered. Third, we are not only concentrating on fixing the schedule before the fact, but also have developed a system where we will review OPTEMPO and PERSTEMPO after the fact so that SECNAV, the Fleet CINCs and I can see where our problems are and how we might better correct the situation for individual units in the future as well as for the Navy as a whole. Finally, an undertaking of this magnitude requires a major effort on the part of all hands. Fleet and type commanders are reviewing training to make sure we do only what needs to be done to give us maximum readiness, that we eliminate duplication and that we make the best use of each day at sea. For example, if participation in more joint or major fleet exercises seems prudent, compensatory offsets elsewhere must be found and equivalencies accepted. This examination of our training extends down into each unit and will require each ship and squadron to ensure that no operating days are wasted through lack of planning or failure to get as much done as possible. Sailors will begin to s changes now. They will also s a schedule downstream that makes better sense from fiscal, material and human standpoints. We are committed to reduce OPTEMPO and increase time at home while maintaining readiness and meeting Navy' s mission responsibilities around the world. OPTEMPO reduction and PERSTEMPO achievement will be accomplished as ;a top Navy priority supported by all hands. Adm. James D. Watkins Chief of Naval Operations U.S. weather Location Precip. Today Anchorage Atlanta Chicago Cleveland Denver El Paso Great Falls Hartford Honolulu Indianapolis Los Angeles Lubbock Onaha Spokane Witchita SUNNY PTCLDY PTCLDY 0.14 RAIN 0.03 FAIR FAIR SNOW 0.13 PTCLDY PTCLDY CLOUDY SUNNY FAIR PTCLDY RAIN SUNNY Tomorrow 05/20 46/65 33/49 38/48 25/57 41/74 28/35 42/68 66/84 39/49 56/80 36/69 20/53 30/44 34/57 SUNNY SUNNY PTCLDY PTCLDY PTCLDY FAIR SNOW PTCLDY PTCLDY PTCLDY SUNNY FAIR PTCLDY PTCLDY SUNNY 01/16 38/58 29/51 35/47 30/63 43/80 15/20 40/54 67/83 33/48 58/76 42/77 28/57 25/36 41/69 2 Daily Gazette Thursday, November 7, 1985

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Local job market NEX jobs The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-3q, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348/+508. POSITION AND GRADE Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 or u0S-2 $2.75 leading to tOS-3/$3.42 Identification Checker F/T PS-1/$3.66 or LPS-2/$2.75 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-6/$4.84 or 11S-4/$4.08 Fod Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or LiA-1/$2.30 Cashier/Checker F/T 2/$3.99 oIS-2/$2.75 rehouse Worker P/T (2 required) NA-4/$4.63 or U4G-4/$3.27 Facilities Services Crder Clerk P/T AS-3/$4.37 or IOS-2/$2.75 (Typing) Motor Vehicle Operator (Courier) P/T NA-4/$4.63 or LO-2/$2.75 Customer Services Clerk F/T PS-4/$4.54 or 1L0-3/$3.42 Invoice Audit Clerk F/T AS-4/$4.68 or LO-4/$4.08 Janitor F/T NA-1/$3.57 or WG-1/$2.30 Motor Vehicle Cperator (Courier) F/T DEFT NA-4/$4.63 or ISS-2/$2.75 3---THIS'N THAT --3 CLOSING LOCATION Soviet misinformation: Perle clears record OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN Novsber 6 Abvenber 6 OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN NBCPO jobs U.S. NO-U.S. CITIZEN JOB VACANCIES Applications should be submitted to theI Civilian Personnel Office by the close of November 14. Additional information concer vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Bas Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Ann posted on official bulletin boards. .NO. POSITION AND GRADE, 210-85-B Custodial worler, WG-3566-02 215-85-B Store Worker, WG-6914-02 Tap, Not to exceed 90 days/Intermittent Open register The following positions are open permanent POSITION AND GRADE CLOSING regi RETAIL STORE MINI MART MINI MART RETAIL STORE STOPLIGHT INN STOPLIGHT INN WAREHOUSE MAINT. DEFT PERSONALIZED SERVICES RETAIL STORE SERVICE DESK ACCOUNTING NAVY LODGE ACCOUNTING AT NBCPO: Naval Base business ning these e Civilian ouncements LOCATION Comissary Cbmissary sister: LOCATION *Clerk Typist, GS-LGS-322-03 01-85 All Ccemads (Permanent/Tenporary/FT/PT) Personnel Clerk (Typing) GS/LCS02-85 NBCFO 203-03; Staffing Clerk (yping), GS/LOS-203-04; Staffing Clerk (Typing), GS/LGS-203-05 Sales Store Checker, GS/LS-2091-02 03-85 Canissary leading to GS/LS-03 or GS/LE5-209103 (INT) Production Control Clerk, GS/LGS61-85 PAD 303-04 Telephone Operator, GS/LGS-382-02/03 62-85 PAD (TEMP NTE 1 YR) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LGS-318-05 67-85 All Comands (Permanent and Tanporary) *Secretary (Typing), GS/LS-318-04 68-85 All Commids (Permanent ai Tenporary) 5Clerk Typist, G5/IOS-322-04 (Perma6-5AlCeai nent/Temporary/Full Time/Part Time) Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-05 (Perma74-85 All Commands nent and Temporary) Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-04 (Perma75-85 All Commands nent and Tenporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LS-525-05 76-85 All Commands (Permanent ard Tenporary) *Accounting Technician, GS/LGS-525-04 77-85 All Cemands (Permanent ard Temporary) Educational Aid, GS/LGS-1702-03 78-85 Elementary + (Part Time) (Tanporary night the endHigh Schools of the school year, but incumbent may be tmn-canpetitively extended) Data Transcriber, Keypunch/crt. entry 79-85 Supply GS/IOS-356-02 leading to GS/11-356-03, .(Permanent and Tmporary) *Personnel Clerk, (T ing), GS-203-03/ 180-85 NBCP( **Staffing Clerk, (Typing), GS-203-04 with target position **Staffin8 Clerk, (Typing), GS-203-05 Upward Mobility) Cashier-Checker, PS-2091-02 or Sales NAF-1-85 Clubs Store Checker, IL0-2091-02 (INT, FT, PT) Recreation Aid, P5/1Q-0189-03 NAF.2-85 Recreation (IRE, PT, PT) Services 0btor Vehicle Operator, NA/LWGNAF-3-85 Recreation 5703-OS-(5T) Services Child Care Attendant, P-0189-02 or NAF-5-85 Recreation Recreation Aid, LOS-0189-02 (INE,PT,FT) Sarvices Custodial Worker, NA/LWG-566-01 aim NAF-6-85 All Ormands NA/WG-3566-CQ (IRE,PT PT) Fond Service Worker, N/LWG-740862 NAF-7-85 Clubs (INE,FT,PT) Waiter/Waitress, NA/LWG-7420-03 NAF-8-85 Clubs (INT,FT, PT) Bartender NA/WG-7405-03 NA7-9-85 Clubs (IRE,PT Pt) Cook, N/LWG-7404-05 (IRPT, PT) AF-0-85 Clubs Child Care Atten7ant/Recreation Aid, NAF-11-85 Recreation PS/LGS-0189-03 (IR,PT,PT) Services Recreation Aid (Youth Activities), NA-12-85 Recreation P/107-0189-03 (I98,PT) Services Club Operations Assistant, P-1101NAF-13-85 Clubs 04 or Recreation Assistant, 1 -0189* 04 (INT,FT,PT) *Appl icants submit two SF-171s for this register to receive concurrent consideration. How to submit classified ads The ad mst be in before 9 a.m. to get in the next day's paper, otherwise It will run two days later. Each ad must be subitted on a separate 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper with a phone umber and signature. If each ad us not submitted on a separate piece of r, it will run under the miscellaneous heading. Ya sales are published in Friday's paper only. A yard sale ad must be in before 9 a.m. on Thursday. Be advised not to submit a classified ad along with a yard sale on the same sheet of paper. Your advertisement will run two continuousadays and once per week. The ad must be resubmitted if you wish it to run the following week. Ads can be dropped off at the Public Affairs Office located in Building 760 fran 7 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. There is an envelope outside the office door for ads submitted aftet working hours. (AFPS) -Richard N. Perle, assistant secretary of defense for international security policy, recently challenged statements made by Soviet officials at a conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Perle, known for his staunch position against Soviet misinformation, challenged the substance of the Soviet's presentations point by point. He said they "would have us believe that the Soviet buildup of strategic nuclear weapons has been forced upon them by American efforts to achieve what (they call) 'unilateral advantage.'" "But it is the Soviet Union, alone," continued Perle, "that today, possesses a force of intercontinental ballistic missiles with a combination of yield and accuracy sufficient to attack and destroy hardened military facilities that are essential elements of the American nuclear deterrent. The United States has no comparable hard target offensive capability. "It is the Soviet Union alone that has deployed a system of anti-ballistic missile defense. "It is the Soviet Union alone that has a fully tested and deployed anti-satellite system. "It is the Soviet Union alone that has mobile missiles with multiple warheads of intercontinental range." Perle compared United States and Soviet trends in weapons development. "The last of our B-52 bombers rolled off the production line in 1962, 23 years ago, and some of our active fleet of strategic bombers were built as far back as 1959. We began deploying our newest land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles 15 years ago. And during the same year we bagan the Poseidon submarine-launched ballistic missiles. "We did not field another new strategic system until 1978, when we bagan deploying the Trident I submarine-launched missiles. Since then we have begun to deploy airand sea-launched missiles and to build the Trident I ballistic missile carrying submarine at the rate of about one a year. "By contrast the Soviet Union has, since 1971, deployed at least three, and probably four, new types of ICBMs, eight imporved versions of existing ICBMs and SLBMs (submarine launched ballistic missiles), long-range cruise missiles, and we are about to see a new intercontinental bomber," he said. "And the Soviet Union is continuing to develop new strategic weapons of all types." Perle said the Soviet Union has more than 1,200 warheads on SS-20 intermediate-range ballistic missiles, probably twice that number when refire missiles are considered. The range of these missiles, he said, is twice that of American cruise missiles. "We.accept an image of the strategic relationship between the United States and the Soviet Union that is characterized by a spiralling arms race," Perle summarized. "And yet the facts are significantly different." "The United States has today, deployed around the world, some 8,000 fewer nuclear weapons than we had deployed in 1967.The megatonnage of this diminished American force is barely one-quarter of what it was in the late 1960s." He added that the Western alliance has agreed to further reduce the number of U.S. nuclear weapons deployed in Europe by 1,400. "By contrast, we have seen in recent years consistent additions to Soviet nuclear forces: 8,000 new strategic warheads alone since 1969, when SALT I negotiations got under way, 4,000 of which have been added since 1979 when the SALT II Treaty was signed." Perle also rebutted Soviet criticisms of the U.S. Strategic Defense Initiative research program, noting that the Soviet's strategic defense program--including large investments in advanced technology, such as directed energy and particle beam weapons-began in the 1960s. Perle said if the United States and Soviet Union are to come to an arms reduction agreement, the Soviet Union will have to end its "artificial linkage between reductions in offensive forces and its demand that the United States terminate its SDI research." "I hope that we will find mechanisms, however difficult it may be, for composing the relationship between us, based on common understanding of what (offensive) forces are possessed on both sides, leading to a radical reduction of those forces." Potpourri & Grab The Saler ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Technics SL-Q3 turntable, $70. Call 3808 AT. BOOKS taking for books? I have over 350 paperbacks priced to sell. Minly romances. Call 3112 AT. AUTQS '78 Ford Ranger F150 P/U, excellent condition, $4000 firm. Call MSgt. Anderson at 2342 DWH or 3490 AWH. '75 Plymouth Valiant, excellent GIMR 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 A.m. TO 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 MMahn at 4550 IAH or 2923 AWH. 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 Forman at 4(57 DWH or 3444 AWH. CARPETING One 8x10 carpet, $75; one 8x12 brown carpet, $75 or both for $100. For more information, call 3875 AT. Light brown 12x15,good condition, $100; rust/brown 12x12, $100; medium brown 6x9, $60, all in excellent condition. Call 3112 AT. PETS Free to a good hone. A two-year-old female cat. She is solid black except for one white star under her neck. Her nane is Midnight. She has been de-clawd and has just received all her shots. She comes with a litter box ai toys. Call 2688 AWH. 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. HISCELLANEOUS Kenmore sewing machine in cabinet, $25; stereo entertainment shelf, $25; canplete set of weights, new, $60; Lane solid wood coffee aid end tables, $100; small blank and white TV, $20. Call 3130 adter 4:30 p.m. AIR CONDITIONERS Whirlpool 22,000 BTU, 18 months old, excellent condition, paid $560 will sell for $300. Call 2829. Whirlpool 24,000 BTU six months old, paid $650, will sell for $450; GE 7,000 BTU, gocd for small ram, $75. Available now. To see contact Jake at 2492 AWi or 3792 I. GE 18,500 BTU, perfect for a living/dining room, asking $290 neg. Available Nove3Aer 22. Call AT17.DN or 3765 AT. APPLIANCES Whirlpool washing machine, $40. Call 2123 AWH. SERVICES Looking for a babysitter you can trust? I am very responsible, dependable and experienced with references. I will watch your child or children after school, week ni hts and on weekends. Call Christal at 3723 AT. Looking for dependable car and truck. Aot wrecked. Call 3723 AT. Pony Express is rxw taking bookings 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. Guaranteed 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. WANTED Looking for someone to contract for small engine repairs. Must have the ability to work cn various forms of outboard/inboard motors mopeds, lawn mowers, etc. Contact Lance Don, Community Activities Division at Recreation Services, 2991. Rug steam cleaner with ulstery attachment. Would like to ow or rent for one-time use. Call 3967 AT. 3 Daily Gazette Thursday, November 7, 1985 *0 ci

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Soviet Union men regain crown (UPI) -The Soviet Union won the men's team title at the World Gymnastics Championship in Montreal last night, regaining the crown it lost to China in 1983. The Soviets were keyed by the sterling optional routines of Yuri Korolev and Vladimir Artemov. China was second this time around, with East Germany third and Japan fourth. The rebuilding U.S. team was forced to compete one man short because of an injury and entered the competition with just two veterans from its gold medal Olympic team. As result, the Americans finished in ninth place with 563 points after fumbling through their usually strong optional routines. The Americans stood eighth after the compulsories and came to Montreal hoping to finish fifth or sixth. The Soviet Union's Artemov and East German Sylovio Kroll were the leading individual scorers, tying with 117.80 of a possible 120 points each. The top 36 individual scorers advance into the all-around competition tomorrow night, although rules limit each country to three representatives each. The Soviet women's team can wrap up its third straight World Championship tomorrow evening. They hold a slim lead over Romania, the 1984 Olympic gold medalists. The American squad begins the competition in seventh place. Sports briefs American League Manager Of The Year (AP) -The Baseball Writers Association of American has named Bobby Cox the American League Manager of the Year. Cox led the Toronto Blue Jays to their first divisional championship, then left to become the general manager of the Atlanta Braves. Dick Howser of the Kansas City Royals was second in the voting, and Gene Mauch of the California Angels was third. Major League Baseball Franchises (AP) -Representatives from thirteen cities hoping to get Major League baseball franchises will meet with baseball officials today and tomorrow in New York. Baseball team owners have not committed themselves to expansion, but under the basic agreement between players and owners, two teams could be added to the National League before 1989. Mid-American Conference (AP) -Northern Illinois University will leave the Mid-American Conference next summer, and will compete as a Division One-A Independent. "Mac" officials say they will not "actively seek" a tenth member to replace NIU at this time. Pitsburgh Pirates (AP) -The Pitsburgh Pirates plan to announce the name of their new general manager today. KDKA TV in Pittsburgh says it will be former Pirate Scout Syd Thrift. UFC Players (UPI) -Running back Walter Payton of the Chicago Bears and strong safety Leonard Smith of the St. Louis Cardinals were honored as the NFC's "Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week." Payton ran for 192 yards in the Bears' 16-10 victory over Green Bay. That performance moves Payton to within 156 yards of an NFL record ninth, 1,000-yard rushing season. Smith had one interception, one sack and nine tackles in the Cards' 21-10 win over Dallas. By Charles Morey The race for the Heisman award this year is as wide open as well, let us make it easy, the 1988 Democratic Presidential nomination. A couple of weeks ago, Bo Jackson of Auburn seemed to be 10 lengths in front. Last Saturday, he was slowed to a walk by a tough Florida defense, and suffered a bruised thigh, in addition. It was no coincidence that Auburn lost to the Gators, 14-10. Bo had one other poor game this season Tennessee wrapped him up like a Christmas present. It was no coincidence that Auburn lost that game also. There is at least a suspicion that Jackson can be stopped by a tenacius defense. Then there is Chuck Long, the whip-armed Iowa quarterback. He is still a hot candidate for the Heisman, but he lost points and a ballgame last week. Ohio State humbled the Hawkeyes, 22-13, and intercepted Long four times. Robbie Bosco of pass-happy Brigham Young has had a couple of poor showings, but last week, he was rifleman Robbie. He hit on 17 of 21 aerials against' Wyoming. There was no pressure. BYU won, 59-0. Paul Palmer of Temple can only be considered a longshot. The Palmer method of carrying the *football has resulted in 100 yards or more on the ground in 12 straight games. Another star runner who has not received much national attention is Thurman Thomas, the slasher from Oklahoma State. All he did was to cut holes in the Colorado defense last week for 201 yards, in a 14-11 win for his team. Allen Pinkett of Notre Dame has been punching out yardage every week, and has been a big factor in the Irish turning a poor season around. Jim Everett of Purdue, the latest in a long line of bullseye bombers at that school, has been very productive. He only played two quarters last week against Northwestern, but picked up 292 yards in the air and connected for two touchdowns. Then there is Napolean McCallum of Navy, who was redshirted, the first player in his team's history to have that happen. Nappy, and why was he not named admiral, gained 124 yards against Notre Dame last week, although the Middies lost the ball game. There probably are at least a half-dozen more players who deserve Heisman ranking. It is a sad fact of life that publicity plays a big part. If you are not with a team that is center stage and winning, you do not have much of a chance. So the chances are that the Heisman will come down to three men, Jackson, Long and Bosco. The key to success for the New York Giant defense, one of the better units in the NFL, has been patience. That, and luck. Seven members of the defensive group were signed as free agents. Three are starters, Curtis McGrieff at left end, Jim Burt at nose tackle, and Elvis Patterson at left cornerback. In the case of Burt, both luck and patience have played a part. SPORTSWORLD Flatley carries islanders past Toronto (AP) -In the NHL last night, right wing Pat Flatley carried the New York Islanders past Toronto 5-4. Flatley scored New York's first four goals. Then set up Pat Lafontaine for the winning goal with just under six minutes left in the game. Greg Terrion and Brad Maxwell each scored twice for the Maple Leafs, who have lost their last nine games. The Washington Capitals beat Pittsburgh Penguins 4-1. Pittsburgh has not beaten the Caps since October of 1983, a span of 14 games. Washington's Alan Haworth ran his goalscoring streak to seven games. Philadelphia's winning streak has reached eight games. Thirtyfive saves by Bob Froese helped the Flyers top the Rangers in New York 5-2. Brian Propp scored two Philadelphia goals. Lindy Ruff and Mike Foligno each scored twice to lead the Buffalo Sabres past the Winnipeg Jets 7-3. The New Jersey Devils fell under the 500-mark by losing to Calgary 5-2. The Flames broke open the game on second period goals by Carey Wilson, Steve Bozek and Gino Cavallini. Detroit flipped the St. Louis Blues 4-2. The Red Wings have two wins and two ties since they broke an eight-game losing streak. Last night, Gerard Gallant scored his team-leading eighth goal for Detroit. Tom Kurvers' goal with just under seven minutes left in the third period gave the Montreal Canadians a 3-3 tie with the Minnesota North Stars. Wayne Gretzky's breakaway goal with 1:40 left in regulation time lifted the Edmonton Oiler into a 4-4 tie with the L Angeles Kings. Veteran defensive tackle missing (AP) -NFL moves -the Green Bay Packers signed punter Don Bracken out of Michigan to replace Joe Prokop, who was waived this week. The Denver Broncos say safety Steve Foley could play Monday night. Foley has missed four games with a separated shoulder. Los Angeles Rams Coach John Robinson says Jeff Kemp will start at quarterback Sunday against the New York Giants. Regular starter Dieter Brock had surgery for removal of a kidney stone Monday. The Seattle Seahawks released fullback Andre Hardy and signed free agent fullback John Williams. Tight end Kellen Winslow returned to the San Diego Chargers yesterday. Winslow missed Monday's practice to protest a lack of playing time since he returned from a severe knee injury. Chargers Coach Don Coryell says Winslow was fined $500. Veteran NFL defensive tackle Lawrence Pillars missed team meetings with the Atlanta Falcons yesterday. Team officials say they are concerns because they do not know whe Pillars is. Golden State performs well on and off court (AP) -It was a good day yesterday for Golden State on and off the court. The Warriors signed holdout guard Chris Mullin, the team's first-round draft choice. Forward Purvis Short, who walked away from the team for weeks ago, rejoined the Warriors with a restructured contract. Mullin and Short then went out and helped Goldeh State beat the Seattle Supersonics 105-101. Short and Joe Barry Carroll each scored 24 points. Mullin canned 15, including two on a short jumper with 19 seconds left. Detroit used a 47-point fourth quarter to rally past Chicago 122-105. The Pistons trailed by 12 points when the last quarter started. Earl Cureton sparked the rally with 13 points in the final period. Isiah Thomas topped the Detroit scoresheet with 23 points. Orlando Woolridge had 37 for the Bulls. Portland edged Dallas 111-109. Sam Bowie blocked a Rolando Blackman layup with two seconds left to preserve Portland's lead. Clyde Drexler led the Trail Blazers with 28 points. Mark Aguirre netted 29 for the Mavericks. Twenty-one points from Moses Malone guided the Philadelphia 76ers past the Indiana Pacers 105-97. Sedale Threatt scored 17 -15 in the second half, as the Sixers broke open a close game. Washington lost for the fourth straight time. The Bullets fell to San Antonio 81-80. Mike Mitchell's 13-foot jumper with 40 seconds left put the Spurs on top and was the last scoring of the game. San Antonio's leading scorer was Alvin Robertson with 18 points. Jeff Malone had 23 for the Bullets. Phoenix is off to the worst start in franchise history. The Suns lost their fifth in a row by falling to Atlanta 114-106. Dominique Wilkins highlighted a Hawks comeback with 12 fourth-quarter points. He finished with a game-high 34. Off the NBA courts, Philadelphia signed forward Voise Winters and put guard Andrew Toney on the injured reserve list. Seattle activated front-liner Tim McCormick and released forward Alex Stivrins. New York lost forward James Bailey for two to three weeks because of a partially torn knee ligament, the team's fourth currently injured regular. The New Jersey Nets have matched a $3 million offer sheet the Knicks had presented to free agent forward Albert King. Local sports atmcht Club -The Yacht Club Social Night will be held November 10, Sunday, 5:30 p.m. There will be a movie following the meal. Please plan to come and bring a hot dish or a side dish to have a Thanksgiving meal. All GTMO residents are invited. Seabee 10K/5K Walk and Run -There will be a SeaBee 10K/5K Walk and. Run, Nov inber 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. (UPI) -A New York newspaper' suggests that Reggie Jackson will be the next manager of the Yankees. Jackson's reaction? 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 wi"ll be announced and prizes awarded. Come on out to Windmill Beach, November 7, today, 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 information, call PADI Dive ,Instructor Nels Palm, 3331. "Anybody who writes about me being manager of the Yankees should be forced to take a drug test." Jim was signed as a free agent in 1981, and spent the first few years on the bench. He worked hard, and now is rated one of the top nose tackles in the league. Looking back, Jim says, "I think not being drafted by any team was good for me. It made me more determined." Patience, not luck, is the story of Leonard Marshall, a starting defense end. He was drafted in 1983, reported to camp overweight, and contributed very little. He changed all that last year, taking off poundage and adding knowledge of how the NFL operates. This year, he has done even more, and is one of the best pass-rushers in the league. Patterson was signed as a free agent last year, and was burned or touchdowns so often they called him "Toast." Not any more. Elvis is one of the heavy hitters in the secondary, and has made some key interceptions. The New York coaches think he ultimately will play in pro bowl. Of course, any mention of the Giant defense has to include the quartet of linebackers, Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson, Carl Banks and Gary Reasons. Banks is returning from the injured reserve list and his understudy, Byron Hunt, did a good job taking his place. It probably is the best linebaking group in the league. The Giants, by the way, are 6-3 for the season and tied for first place in the NFC East. 4 Daily Gazette Thursday, November 7, 1985 The Sportsman S Reggie Jackson? Yankees manager