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DAILY GAZETTE


Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


Vol. 41 - No. 226 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Tuesday, November 26, 1985


Pathos and poison at Little Theater, play begins Friday under the stars


It's show time again, and .(right) and Veronica the Little Theatre! will Kearney practice during perform Arsenic and Old dress rehearsal Sunday. Lace at the elementary (Official U.S. Navy photo school amphitheatre Friday by Lt. Cmdr. J. I. night. (Above) Jackie Hand Fischer)


One hijacker s

*ibya 'blamed f

(UPI) -- Only one of the five
terrorists who hijacked that Egyptair jetliner is alive and
Egypt wants to question him.

Capt. Condon's

Open Line

Followup
Inquiry: A caller wanted to
know if BAQ could be provided to people who live in housing where the occupant must purchase an air
conditioner(s)?
Response: After checking, I
find that there are no
provisions to return BAQ or any part of it to people who
ouy air conditioners.
Ido want you to know that

there is a project in the works to have air
conditioning installed in all houses. That proposal is scheduled to leave the base for review by higher authority in about three weeks. I know that won't help
many of you who buy your air conditioners out of pocket.
The project, if approved, will cost $2 to $3 million, plus about $250,000 a year
for maintenance.


urvives raid, for hijacking


The state-controlled Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram said authorities in Egypt asked Malta
to keep the air pirate in custody. He is hospitalized, his condition not revealed.
Egypt's news media today reported Libya was behind the hijacking. Egypt itself
identified the hijackers as members of a faction opposed to the leadership of PLO chairman Yasser Arafat.
The drama began on Saturday
night when the Athens-to-Cairo Boeing 737 was commandeered after takeoff to an airport in Malta. The 30 hours of terror ended Sunday night when 25 Egyptian fighters stormed the
plane, resulting in a 10-minute gunbattle.
A total of 60 people died in the bloodiest hijacking and rescue in history. One of the
dead was an American, 38-yearold Scarlett Rogenkamp from Oceanside, Calif.

Another American passenger is alive today because of his quick
thinking. The 28-year-old, Patrick Baker of Salm6n, Wash., faked death. A hijacker fired his pistol from close range, but it only grazed Baker's head.


By Lt. Cmdr. J.R. Fischer

It is Theatre under the stars and what a delight.
The Little Theatre's Arsenic and Old Lace opens Friday at the elementary school amphitheatre at 8 p.m.
After weeks of preparation, it all came together with the dress rehearsal Sunday evening, a closed event, I was invited to
see.
The set, the characters and the director, Paul Lanman, were in top form. All that was missing was the Guantanamo community and heaps of laughter and applause. They will come soon enough.
The play itself should be familiar to many. The setting is Brooklyn in 1941. The plot centers on the eccentric Brewster family - the two aunts and the three nephews. It is the character development and, in particular, the unexpected interaction of events that move the plot along to its ironic conclusion.
The pace is fast and all the cast work together to make you forget that this is an amature production.
I was particularly impressed with Lavonne Shearer's Abby Brewster. She is always in character and very convincing as one of the elderly aunts. Her performance is-sonatural that rather than stealing the show she provides strong support to all the other characters.
Another standout is Dr. Einstein, played by Jack Rumbaugh. He is masterful in voice and gestures. If you can imagine Tim Conway playing the part of a foil to a gangster, you get the idea of Rumbaugh's Einstein. His interpretation of the part provides much of the humor in the second and third


Open Line

Please tune into "Open Line"
tonight at 7 p.m. on TV8 and hear and ask questions to special guest Bob Sinnott,
director of Rec Services.






U.S.. swaps spy

(UPI) -- The government is reported to have swapped an accused spy for several
imprisoned Ghanaians described as friendly to the interests of the United States.
The sources say the government
turned over Michael Soussoudis to the Ghanaian ambassador yesterday with orders that he leave the country within 24 hours.
In exchange, Ghana is reported to have released several Ghanaians "friendly to the interests of the United States" over the wekend.
Soussoudis' girlfriend, former CIA employee Sharon Scranage,
received a five-year prison sentence yesterday for passing military secrets to Ghana.


acts.
Jackie Hand adds comic relief as the other aunt -- Martha
Brewster. Her dress, appearance and delivery are simply terrific.
The staff of TV8 are much in
evidence in the play. Roger Manning plays Teddy Brewster an obvious candidate for the funny farm, but perhaps the least dangerous of the lot. Doug Gabos looks remarkably like James Cann
in the God Father, with his handling o" Mort Brewster.
Finally, Dezon Finch plays the errant brother Jonathan Brewster. By word and gaze you know he is an overt psychopath.
Richard Gamble and Veronica Kearney have smaller parts, but make good use of their time on-stage. Rich plays officer O'Hara, a neighborhood cop who would rather be a playwright. Veronica plays Mort's girlfriend
-- literally the girl next door who hasn't a clue what her neighbors are really like. You will also recognize


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Richard Hand, Richard Kuzinerik, Chuck Wipplinger,Wayne Hendricks and Larry Corcran. These are not
men of small talent, as they handled well major roles in other productions.
And, in case you wondered who went with that voice that announces hurricane and tropical storm alerts, you will see Mike Whitehead as Lt. Rooney, the
savy police officer who almost puts it all together. Well done Mike!
You will have to see the story for yourself, I do not intend
to reveal any of the surprises. This is a family show, so make plans now to bring the whole gang.
Tickets are on sale for $2.50 from members of the cast, may be purchased at the main Navy Exchange or at the door. Parties of 12 or more may reserve seats for performances on the 29th, 30th and December 7th.
Do not miss your little theatre's production of Arsenic and Old Lace.


STARRING
LAVONNE SHEARER .....as..........ABBY BREWSTER
RICHARD HAND........as.-.THE REV. DR. HARPER
ROGER MANNING .......as.........TEDDY BREWSTER
RICHARD KUSIEREK. ...as.........OFFICER BROPHY
CHUCK WHIPPLINGER ..as..........OFFICER KLEIN
JACKIE HAND......... as ....... MARTHA BREWSTER
VERONICA KEARNEY. ...as..........ELAINE HARPER
DOUG GABOS.......... as ..... MORTIMER BREWSTER
WAYNE HENDRICKS ......as..............MR. GIBBS
DEZON FINCH......... as ..... JONATHAN BREWSTER
JACK RUMBAUGH .......as...........DR. EINSTEIN
RICHARD GAMBLE ......as.........OFFICER O'HARA
MICHAEL WHITEHEAD...as ..... LIEUTENANT ROONEY LARRY CORCRAN ....... as ....... MR. WITHERSPOON



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Special for Halley's

There will be a special T:30/8 p.m. ferry Saturday night to accomodate people desiring to go to Windmill Beach to watch Halley's Comet.


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For your information...


COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Wednesday's agenda...


Office Closed -- Due to Power Down Day, the Vehicle Registration Office will be closed Friday, November 29.

Fil-Am -- The Fil-Am Club will hold its next general meeting/potluck Sunday, December 1, 1 p.m., Fil-Am grounds. The agenda includes the children's Christmas party and nomination of FY86 officer candidates. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, 2601DWH, 2908 AWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. Prospective members are encouraged to attend.

Fil-Am -- The Fil-Am Club is hosting an "after Thanksgiving" potluck dinner/dance for members, their guests and prospective members at the Fil-Am grounds Saturday, November 30, 7 p.m. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, ?908 AWH, 2601 DWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH.

Fil-Am -- The Fil-Am Club will host a children's Christmas party/potluck for members only Sunday, December 8, 7 p.m., reservations only. Submit names and ages of children to Ivy Dualan, 2601 DWH, 2908 AWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. There will be entertainment, and of course, Santa Claus will be there. Merry Christmas!

Water Leak Survey -- A
water leak survey will be conducted in the Marina Point area by the Energy Action Team Thursday, December 5, 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. The survey will be to detect leaks in the main lines running through this area. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and will help toward the success of the Naval Base Energy conservation program.

Fumigation Chamber - The Pest Control's fumigation chamber will be open Friday, November 29, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.; drop off your items you desire to be fumigated. Pick up of these items will be Tuesday, December 3, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Holiday Heals -- The surcharge rates for dependents of active duty and reserve members are waived for the 1985 Thanksgiving and Christmas Day meals at all 'Navy and Marine Corps general messes. By sharing holiday meals we can show our appreciation to our families for their continued support.


Hail And Farewell -There will be a NAVBASE Hail and Farewell for all COMOeligible residents to join as a community in one big hail and farewell Saturday, December 7, Windward Officers Club. All commands, activities and services are invited. Tickets are on sale
within commands or at the Deer Point Club. It is a 50s party with a prize for the most authentic outfit. See you there.

Exercise -- Due to Power Down Day, Friday, November 29, the "Stay in Shape" class will not meet. Neighbor and I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy -- "in moderation."

Christmas House -- You are invited to take a walk through the Christmas House, Sunday, December 1, 6.:30 8:30 p.m., at the Hook, Christian Coffee House. There will be home baked Nativity scenes, beautiful decorations, home baked refreshments, and apple cider. Prepare your hearts for Christmas. For more information, contact Chaplain Prentiss, 4555; or Mimi Curtis, 2780.

CPO Hail and FarewellThere will be a CPO Club Hail and Farewell Saturday, November 30, Harbor Lights Lounge. Chiefs will be hailing all chiefs that arrived September through November and saying farewell to those chiefs that are departing in December. The festivities begin at 6:30 p.m., with dinner scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from departmental/activity representatives for $10 each. The ticket purchase deadline is tomorrow, November 27. For more information, contact JOCM Rook, 2300.


Service - There will be an All Faith's Thanksgiving Day Service, Thursday, November 28, 10 a.m., Leeward Chapel.

Beach Closed -- Due to military training requirements, Cable Beach will be
closed from Sunday, December 1 through Friday, December 20.

Blue Caribe - The special at the Blue Caribe today is
"Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice of potato, iced tea/coffee, $4.95.


DAILY CAZETIE
U.S. Navy's Only 3wre-based Daily Newspaper
Capt. John Condon, USN...............Cmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. (hdr. Rick Fischer, USN...............Public Affairs Officer
J01 Staey Byingtn.............. Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil O llebeau, USN...................... Managing Editor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN... .....................Assistant Editor
Ws. Susan Junkins ..................Secretary/Associate Editor
Ws. Nancy Valdes ............................ Secretary-in-training
Ws. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff ...................cProduction Assistant
SA Vicki Strickland ................................ Staff Assistant
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulaions for snip and station newspapers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at government expense on government equipment, at the avy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Commander, U.S. Naval Base.


1 to 3 a.m. ---Wild Animal Control, Fleet Landing, CPO Club, and Marine Marina areas.

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

8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. -Live Firing, VC-10.
1
9 a.m. -- Deadline for deparment heads to submit daily muster report to admin office.

9 a.m. - Mom's Support Group, Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153.

1 p.m. - Health care Consumer


Council Meeting, Education and Training Room, Naval Hospital.

6:30 p.m. -- Cub Scout Pack 401 Den 2 Meeting, Morin Center.

7 p.m. - Family Fitness, W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose Room, 3742 AWH.

8 p.m. - MOVIES - COMO, (No movie will be shown at the COMO on Wednesday due to lack of participation); Windjammer, "Tuff Turf;" CPO, "Code of Silence" Downtown, "Baby, Secret of the Lost Legend;" McCalla, "Gotcha;" Marine, "Missing In Action II, The Beginning;"


DEERS confirms health care eligibility


DEERS is the "Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System."
It confirms who is entitled to health care at Uniformed Serices hospitals and clinics who qualifies for CHAMPUS benefits, both of which reduce fraud.
The system determines how many people are in our area, (both military and government employees and their dependents), qualify for military health care.
In turn, planners are more effective in presenting to Congress the requirements for doctors, nurses, technicians, facilities, supplies, and equipment.
Once enrolled, each individual's name goes into a data base.
DEERS is updated when the sponsor, survivor, or the service reports a change in status. From then on, eligibility for benefits can be checked immediately at military


or public service health care facilities.
CHAMPUS is also tied into the DEERS system to verify eligibility.
S6where does our Guantanamo Bay family fit in? Well, if you are on active duty, no action is necessary - you are enrolled. But, for all our "DoD CONUS Hire" civilians, now is your time to get into DEERS. Within the next few weeks, you will be receiving a letter from CCPO together with a DD-1172 explaining how to fill out the form in order to get you and your family enrolled.
It is especially important that the completed forms be signed and returned to CCPO as soon as possible. Should you have questions in filling out the forms, you may call Beverly Leopold in CCPO, 4209/4615; or PN2 Bonner at the Personnel Support Detachment, 4147.


Red Cross needs help, to. help


By Luis Sanquirico

As you probably know,
President Ronald Reagan mentioned the American Red Cross Emergency Disaster Campaign during his morning address on November 16. He also commended the organization for their relief efforts and added "that now it is our turn to show our gratitude."
As most of you know, effective November 7, and due to the many natural disasters we have had recently, Red Cross launched a campaign to ensure they will be prepared for future disasters.
Sin.ce July, Red Cross
committed almost $48 million to the many disasters that occurred here and abroad. That amount surpasses our budget by almost $13 million.
Red Cross is financially funded by voluntary donations from the public, so we are now appealing to all Americans to unite in a common goal...to search their hearts and join in this combined effort. We want to demonstrate to other nations that though "free" to choose our paths, we are united when calamity affects our own or other nations.
Those who benefitted from Red


Cross disaster assistance in the past will always be ready to respond, yet others will be totally deaf, as somewhere down the road they were not able to
obtain a service they felt they deserved.
Fortunatley, however, when Americans know they can help others less fortunate, those resentments and boundaries are put aside and they become part
of a "team" that makes involvement genuine and sincere. We responded formidably during the African Famine campaign. Despite the fact the CFC Campaign is ongoing and the holidays are just around the corner, let us realize that our compassion and generosity will hopefully allow an American family to share some of the joy they might otherwise miss.
Group donations or individual donations can be brought to the
Red Cross Office, building 928, next to the Sound Scene.
Checks or money orders should be made payable to the American
Red Cross Emergency Disaster Relief Campaign.
Please give generously to the Red Cross or other CFC charities.
We will help, will you?


Leeward, "Tomboy."

*EE Ticket purchase deadline for chief petty officer Hail and
farewell is Wednesday, November 27, call 2300.

*EE If you have notes of interest for the community, submit them into writing (Attention: Agenda) to the i Gazette (Stop 53), Bldg. 76W (Admin Hill). Please include event, date and time of event,
place of event and phone number for further information.






Honor


students

Twelfth Grade

D. Jai Smith Scott Brinton
Christopher Brooks
Jodie Lybrand
Yolanda Rodriguez
Johnny Roper
Leonor Sanchez
John Stogden
Charlene Trotman

Eleventh Grade

Anna Anderson Liza Ayotte Tami Chesley
Charmaine Collins Catherine Johnson
Shawn Kluesener Chuck Stafford

Tenth Grade

Adam Haberman Charles Slack
Becky Van Londen
William Blankenship
Brian Gallen Ida Rodriguez Darrin Hyatt Tamme Clawson
Pamela Lane
Anthony Klette

Ninth Grade

Zuleme Stogden Maxima Sanchez Shannon Stafford Andrea Steward Angela Steward Rebecca Brookman Analee Barrera Rebecca Brookman Annalee Barrera Sherri Dickey Matthew Nault

Eighth Grade

Jennifer Barrera
John Brown Lara Head
Jeremy Heveron Brian Kitchens
Anna Klette Brian LaRue
Christopher Mahew Glenn Molander Jr.
Richard Parsons Angela Raible
Kathleen Ripport Ronald Cabreros
Kimberly Ferguson
Kathleen Feyh
Karen Hollinsworth
Elissa Philbrick
Mark Sampson Lisa Winters


'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 p.ain strong opinion about a certain issue? Well then, write a letter to the editor (Stop 53). Are you an aspiring journalist and want to write a story? Please, let us know what is on your mind. And if you


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


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THIS 'N THAT Lane and Balamaci return after 34 years


Job market

NEX jobs
The Navy Exchange has the follow job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, NeCalla Hill, or phone 4348/4508.
POSITION AID GRADE CLOSING LOCATION

#1-85
Sales Clerk P/T OPEN RETAIL STORE PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 or LGS-2 MINI MART $2.75 leading to L/S-3/$3.42
#1-1-85
Identification Checker F/T OPEN MINI MART PS-1/$3.66 or LPS-2/$2.75
#131-85
Food Service Worker F/T OPEN STOPLIGHT NA-1/3.57 or LWZG-1/$2.30 INN
General Clerk leading to Prourement OPEN PROCUREENT SClerk F/T AS-3/$4.37 leading to /A-41$4.68 or LS-3/$3.42
#146-85
Vending Cperation Clerk (Typing) P/T OPEN VENDING AS-3154.37 or LLS-2/$2.75
v#147-85
Payroll Clerk F/T OPEN ACCOUNTING A~-5/5.01 or LGS-4/$4.08
Sales Clerk (Specialty) F/T OPEN RETAIL STORE FS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42
#156-85
Carpenter F/T Not to exceed 90 days OPEN MAINTENANCE
NA-9/ 6.26 or LWG-91$4.89
#/15215
General Clerk P/T OPEN PERSONALIZED AS-3/$4.37 or LGS-3/$3.42 SERVICES
#I151-85
Personalized Services Clerk F/T OPEN PERSONALIZED FS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 SERVICES # 153-85
Cashier P/T OPEN CASHIER CAGE AS-3/$4.37 or LGS-3/$3.42 RETAIL STORE #154-85
Head Sales Clerk F/T OPEN RETAIL STORE PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08
#I155-85
Cashier F/T OPEN CASHIER'S
CAGE
$4.37 or LCM-3/$3.42 RETAIL STORE
MOX jobs

The Marine Corps Exchange has the following position available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. November 29.
a. Sales Clerk, PS-2091-2, part-time position (required to work up to a maximumof 34 hours perweek);tworequired.
For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange secretary (Bldg. -613) or phone 2330/2570.

NBCPO jobs
U.S. NON-U.S. CITIZEN JOB VACANCIES AT NBCPO: Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business December 3. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilisn Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards.
ANN. NO. POSITION AND TITLE LOCATION

235-85-A Thansportation Clerk (Typing), NAS GS/LGS-2102-04, TEMP. Not to exceed
lyr
247-85 Supply Clerk, GS/LS-2005-05 Supply TWNP. Not to exceed 1 yr
251-85 Management Assistant, GS-344-07 Comptroller 252-85 Procurement Clerk, (Typing), Supply GS-1106-03 leadingtoGS-O4or GS-04
NAF-77-85-B Secretary (Typing) AS-318-O5 CCMO Club NAF-82-85-A Custodial Vbrker, NA/LWG-3566-O1 Rec Services Intermittent-scheduled
NAF-86-85 Gardener, NA/LWG-5003-04 BEQ Part time/Multiple vacancies
NAF-87-85 Recreation Assistant (Youth Activities) Rec Services
PS-189-O6/LGS-189-05, Part Time


By JO Stacey Byington
Can you imagine how different Guantanamo Bay will be in 34 years?
Think of the changes that greeted hospital corpsman Chris Lane and JO striker George
Balamaci this past week when they returned to the base after 34 years. The two men were visiting the base to help celebrate the 30th anniversary Open House at TV-8.
In 1951, Chris Lane was a hospital corpsman who, in his spare time, worked at the base radio station, then known as
WGBY. He made good use of what he learned here, and now works for CBS network television in Los Angeles, Calif. Lane also has a weekly radio station which you can hear five nights at week on AM 1340 at 8 p.m.
George Balamaci was assigned to WGBY in 1951. Today he is the Chief of News and Sports for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) Programming Center, also in Los Angeles. He is the person who decides what news and sports events are recorded and sent to AFRTS outlets around the world.
The two men did a great deal of reminiscing during their travels around the base last
week.
"In 1951 Guantanamo Bay was

'the' the place to be stationed," said Lane. "The base was not restricted then and you
could travel all around Cuba. I remember taking the train from Caimanera to Guantanamo City for liberty."
"Or, you could take a wild plane ride through the)mountains to Santiago from Guantanamo City," said Balamaci.
"There were very few street lights on the base then," continued Balamaci. "I remember traveling long stretches of road
on my Vespa (a motorized scooter that was the main form of transportation for most people then) with only the moon and the stars to see by."
"This was also the last base where Marines used mules to
walk the fenceline," said Lane. "In fact, the last Marine rules were retired before I left the base in 1952."


Chris Lane met his wife, Cherie, here. She was the daughter of the Director of Transportation, and is a 1951
graduate of Guantanamo Bay High School. Mr. and Mrs. Lane were married in Guantanamo City.
Mrs. Lane has her own memories. "You have better housing now than we had then.
Most people lived in quonset huts, with two families to one building, with a partition separating one family from another," she said.
"But we had a better night life. Back then there wasn't any television, and people did
not spend as much time at home. There were a lot of Cuban women working on the base, and almost everyone had a maid and someone to help out or babysit their children. People had more time for socializing. We had base bands, dances almost every Friday and Saturday nights, movies and parties all the time.
"We also had better bus service. The buses ran every 10 minutes. For people with no other form of transportation,
the buses were the only way to get around. There wasn't any taxi, and of course, no stoplight."
Both Lane and Balamaci contribute their success of today to what they learned here,
at Guantanano Bay, in 1951 and 1952.


Potpourri & Grab

S AUTOS
Datsun B-210 hatchback, body and motor in top shape, great gas mileage, $1000 firm. Available
December 17. Call Dean at 6439 DWH or 3113 AWH.
'77 Ford Courier, 5-speed, cassette radio, not a GTMO Special, but does have some body rust. Great vehicle for diving, $1000. Call 2346 after 7 p.m. Available on December 13 only.
A GTMO Special will be available on December 13. The price is $565 and the vehicle is a '67 Dodge Coronet. Runs and drives super, but does not look great. Call Lee at 2790 AT.
'74 Datsun 710 Wagon, in good running condition, but needs body work. Asking $800 and will be available December 17. Call 2328 AT.
'70 Hornet, 2-door, in very good condition, $700 neg. Call 4115 DWH ' 3420 AWH.,
V Chevy 1/2 ton pick up, as is.
1 2959 WH.
BOATS
Cobia 20' with trailer, 65hp Johnson outboard w/2hp kicker, two gas cans, two batteries, two anchors, three life jackets, Orlin fllaregun
w/flares, CB radio w/antenna plus a locker full of extras, $2000 or best
offer. Leaving December 17 and must sell. Call Dean at 6439 DWH or 3113
AWH.
30' Pontoon boat, fully carpeted with head, awing, 40hp Evinrude
outboard, many other extras. Call Stan at 3584.
GOLF CART
Golf cart. Getting short. Call Tom
at 3190 AWH.


The Saler


AUTO PARTS
'68 Ford truck model F520, as is for
parts. Call 2959 DWH.
'70 Ford truck model F600, as is or for parts. Call 2959 EWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'80 Yamaha 400 Special, good looking, runs excellent, many new
items. Also one '79 Yamaha 400 comes with it for parts, $1000 or best offer. Call 2258 AT.
'73 Honda 100cc, needs work, engine good. Call 3211 AT.
'80 Silver Ruch moped, good running condition, $180 or best offer. Call PO Shepard at 4503 D[H.
400 KZ new paint job, new fenders (chrome), excellent shape. Contact EMC Richards at 4898 DWH or come by BEQ E-306 or call 3005 AWH.

'81 Suzuki GS-450, new rear tire, battery, runs great, helmet included, $875. Call 6349/6398 DdH.

'80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Cood condition, comes with two helmets. Call P0 Wallace at 4134.
CARPETING
Beautiful 6x9 Oriental carpet, colors are navy blue, tan, beige, and cadet blue with a background
color of deep red, seven months old, excellent condition, $70. Call 4515/4707 DWH or 3219 AWH.
LOST
One set of matching wedding rings in one of the housing areas. Reward offered. If found, please call, 3747 AWH or 2355 EWH and ask for Steve.


ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
Christmas is near and what I have here can bring much good cheer. Sharp SC-8000 stereo receiver
w/ccDuter controlled cassette deck, timer/alarm; Sharp RP-900 turntable; Pioneer reverberation amplifier; aux. cassette deck; two Sharp speakers; two cassette tape cabinets; includes stereo stand; great for teen or someone with a discrimating ear. Excellent condition, $450 neg. Call Ray at 3755 AWH.
Panasonic stereo system w/speakers, AM/FM receiver, turntable and tape deck, $300. Call 2268 M.H.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One 23,000 BTU, needs work, $50. Call 2258 AT.
One 5,800 BTU, $115 or best oofer. Call Lee at 2790 AT. If not home, please leave message.
Whirlpool 14,000 BTU, 14 months old, excellent condition, $350; one fairly old, but cools, $50. Call 4492 AT or can be seen at CO 13.
Available anytime.

Airtmp 18,500 BTU, $300; Whirlpool 12,000 BTU w/energy saver, $200. Available December 2. Call 2328 AT.
One 18,000 BTU, good condition, $225. Call 3305 DWH or 3659 AWH.

SERVICES
Will do final house cleaning, guaranteed to pass. Call Rosa oBill at 3522 AWH.

Will clean house for final
inspection. Highly qualified. Call 3220 AT.


ANNIVERSARY CAKE CUTTING! Open House was held Sunday JOCH Dave Rook (left), to celebreate 30 years of George Balamaci and Chris Armed Forces Radio and Lane help Capt. John Television Service (AFRTS) Condon, COMNAVBASE in Guantanamo Bay. (Photo (center), cut the cake at by PHI Don Duguid). TV-8's Open House. The


Rec Services survey results


In a continuing look at the Smart compass data today, we will focus on Leisure Pattern. The following data is a representative of our military community.
Work week by rank: Workweek less than 40 hours, five percent
EI-ES, four percent E4-E5, six percent E6-E9, 11 percent 01-03 and 11 percent 04-010; 40 to 49
hours, 65 percent E1-E3, 65 percent E4-E5, 55 percent E6-E9,
33 percent 01-03 and 44 percent 04-010; 50 to 59 hours, 10 percent E1-E3, 17 percent E4-E5, 20 percent E6-E9, 3 -percent 01-03 and 44 percent 04-010; more than 60 hou-s, 20 percent
E1-E3, 15 percent E4-E5, 19


percent E6-E9, 22 percent 01-03 and zero percent 04-010.

It is overwhelming that most
military members work more than 40 hours per week. In fact, it
is safe to say that 75 percent of the military community is
working from 40 to 59 hours per week. The hours worked results in less hours for free or leisure time. Add to these working hours an additional time that is used to prepare for the
day and then the time needed to wash clothes, mow the lawn, fix the car, shop, etc. These time
allotments also determine hours available for recreation.
(Continued tomorrow)


3 Daily Gazette Tuesday, November 26, 1985


Balamaci said he had been fascinated by radio as a small boy, but it was here that he really got started on his career. In addition to doing his radio shows, he also worked as a sports stringer, contributing a weekly sports column for the base paper, then known as the 'Indian.'
"I got my start in broadcasting at Guantanamo Bay," said Lane. It was here that I learned to communicate with
people, and what I learned here gave me my self-awareness." Lane has worked with stations across the United States, including WLS, Chicago; KYA, San Francisco; WOKY, Milwaukee; and WIL, St. Louis.
Both men enjoyed their visit. "A lot of things have changed," said Lane, "but a lot is still the same."
Balamaci went to work for AFRTS in 1961. He has been with them ever since, for more than 24 years, first in New York City, then Washington, D.C., and now at the programming center in Los Angeles.
After leaving Guantanamo Bay, he left the Navy and went to work for KFXJ-TV, Grand Junction, Colo. Balamaci also worked for several radio stations, including WAHR, Miami Beach; WVOX, New Rochelle, New York; and WRKT, Cocoa Beach, Fla.

















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Milwaukee Detroit Atlanta Cleveland Chicago Indiana


Denver Houston Utah
San Antonio Dallas Sacramento

Los Angeles Lakers Portland Golden State Los Angeles Clippers Seattle Phoenix


Philadelphia Washington New York Islanders New York Rangers New Jersey Pittsburgh

Boston Buffalo Quebec Montreal Hartford


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Cleveland Pittsburgh Houston Cincinnati

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Fan fact
(UPI) -- The longest winning streak in NCAA basketball history is 88 straight. Can you name the school that owns the record? UCLA won 88 straight games between 1971 and '74.


Sports standings


(AP) -- The San Francisco 49ers knocked off Seattle 19-6 last
night in a game that featured a safety, three blocked kicks, points taken off the board and a power failure.
The win ups the Niners' record to 7-and-5, two games behind the division-leading Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West. The Seahawks now stand 6-and-6 and
remain alive for an American Conference playoff berth with four games to play.
Joe Montana threw touchdown passes of 27 yards to Fred Solomon and 22 yards to Dwight Clark, but the all-pro quarterback also tossed a season-high three interceptions.
San Francisco got a 32-yard field goal from Ray Wersching and a safety from defensive
lineman John Harty, who tackled Seattle running back Curt Warner in the end zone. Seattle's


points came when Sam Merriman blocked a punt and fell on the loose ball in the end zone. San Francisco than blocked down the extra point try. Earlier, the 49ers batted down a Seattle field goal attempt. Norm Johnson kicked a field goal for the Seahawks in the first half. Seattle accepted a


penalty on the 49ers, wiping out the three points. The strategy backfired when Johnson missed a 49-yard attempt shortly afterward.

Most of the Candlestick Park lights went out during the third quarter, forcing a slight delay in play.


(UPI) -- Rain continues to plague the Australian Open Tennis Championship. A torrential downpour hit Melbourne today, forcing suspension of play before any matches could begin.
Chris Evert Lloyd had been scheduled to meet South African Ros Fairbank, a match that has been rescheduled for tomorrow. Off the court, John McEnroe is


Bowling -- On Saturday,
November 30, there will be a bowling night for the teens. The fun begins at the Bowling Center at 7:30 p.m. For $3 we will have three games of
bowling, a trophy for the highest girl scorer, highest boy scorer, along with Blue Pin Bowling, a strike on a blue pin wins a free game. For an additional $2 there will be a Thanksgiving Special: a turkey sandwich, fries, cranberry sauce and a soda. The Youth Center will be closed on Wednesday, November 27, and Thursday, November 28, due to the Powder Puff Football game and Thanksgiving.

Swim Meet - There will be a Recreation Swim Meet, Saturday, November 30, 6 p.m., Windjammer Pool. For more information, contact Donna Bowers, 2560.

Diving -- There will be a Reef Raiders Scuba Special Thanksgiving Day turkey at Windmill Beach Cabana #1, 3 p.m. Come out and join us for some good food and conversation.

Diving -- The following PADI Scuba courses are offered:
December 3: Open Water Diver, fee is $115.
December 14: Divemaster, fee is $150. For more information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 4947 DWH or 3550 AWH.


the center of another controversy. According to a newspaper report, McEnroe grabbed a reporter around the throat and threw him over a sofa in the lobby of a downtown hotel where he is staying. The incident apparently was caused when the reported asked McEnroe about his relationship with his actress-girlfriend, Tatum
0'Neal.


Sports, briefs


Hockey
(UPI) -After struggling earlier this season, the Minnesota North Stars are beginning to gain a little momentum. Last night, the North Stars traveled to Buffalo and upended the Adams Division leaders, 4-3. Brian Lawton snapped a 2-2 deadlock early in the third period and Keith Action scored the game-winner on a short-handed goal with two minutes and 21 seconds left.
Plane Crash
(UPI) - A sad note in the world of seorts today.
A small plane carrying seven people, including four members of the Iowa State Women's
Cross-Country Team, crashed in Des Moines last night. All seven were killed. The twin-engine plane attempted to land in freezing drizzle when it crashed.


College Basketball
(UPI) -- Second-ranked Georgia Tech opened it season with a lopsided win over South Carolinale Aiken. The Yellow Jackets set a school scoring record, beating their out-manned opponents, 119-60. John Salley led the way with 21 points. Fourteenth-ranked North Carolina State defeated Western Carolina, 80-57, and eightennth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas topped South Carolina, 73-56.
Baseball
(UPI) - Second baseman Bobby Grich has re-signed with the California Angels. Although Grich was eligible for free agency, the 36-year-old veteran says after nine years with the Angels, it just would not be the same if he had to move to another team. Grich hit .242 with 13 homers during the 1985 season.


Jazz squeaks past Pacers 102-101 at buzzer


(UPI) - Carl Malone's tip at the buzzer enabled the Utah Jazz to squeak by the Indiana Pacers, 102-101, in the only game on the NBA calender last night. Adrian Dantley led the Jazz with 25 points while Clark Kellong was high for the Pacers with 20.
English was named yesterday as the NBA's player of thp week. In four games last week, he scored 122 points, including a career-high 54 point effort against Houston.


NIT stages

pre-season,

post-season

(UPI) -- Organizers of the National Invitation Tournament decided to stage the NIT in both the pre-season and post-season.
The pre-season edition began
last week at four neutral sites and the quarter-finals were played Sunday.
At Cincinnati, 10th-ranked
Louisville beat Tulsa 80-74. The attendance was 6,720, and number-four Kansas defeated number-17 Washington 69-64 in
Denver. The announced crowd, 3,237. At Hartford, St. John's dropped West Virginia 65-58. In the stands, 2,828 people. And
finally, fourth-ranked Duke toppled number-16 AlabamaBirmingham in Houston before all of 947 fans.

The semi-finals and finals are scheduled this weekend at New York's Madison Square Garden.
The Garden seats 19,591 for basketball.

Or put another way, if
everyone who attended all four of Sunday's games showed up at the Garden, there would still be 9,096 empty seats.


Before the Indiana game, Dantley led the NBA in scoring with an average of 31.9 points


per game. Denver's Alex English was a close second with an average of 31.6.


F.A.N. -- Recreation Services After School Program Fun in the Afternoon has upcoming spots available. If your child is in grades one through six and would be interested in this program, call Susan Yaeger, 3195, 2450.
Powder Puff --The W.T. Sampson High School proudly presents the annual Powder 4 Puff football game, Wednesday, November 27, 7 p.m., Cooper Field. The junior and senior girls will
battle it out to see who is number one. Tickets are on sale, $1.50 for adults, $1 for students and children under six will be admitted
free. So, buy your ticket soon.
Marina -- On Thanksgiving Day, from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., the Windward Marina will
offer a Fun Day. All paddle boats will be $1 for three hours, all Sailboards will be $2, and Lasers will be $5, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Marina will be open from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. Call Tony or Janet for information, 2345 or 2991.

Walk/Run -- A new Walk/Run Club has been started, every Tuesday and Thursday, 6 - 7 p.m., across from Recreation
Services at Cooper Field. This club is open to both men and women. Mileage
certificates and T-shirts will be offered. For more information, contact Terri Edison, 3195 or 2450.


Tuesday, November 26, 1985


SPORTSWORLD Seattle's strategy backfires, 49ers up record T-7


Rain plagues Australian Open*


Local sports


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DAILY GAZETTE Guantanamo Bay, Cuba -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Pathos and poison at Little Theater, play begins Friday under the stars It's show time again, and.(right) and Veronica the Little Theatre! will Kearney practice during perform Arsenic and Old dress rehearsal Sunday. Lace at the elementary (Official U.S. Navy photo school amphitheatre Friday by Lt. Cmdr. J. N. night. (Above) Jackie Hand Fischer) One hijacker s 4ibya blamed f (UPI) -Only one of the five terrorists who hijacked that Egyptair jetliner is alive and Egypt wants to question him. Capt. Condon's Open Line Followup Inquiry: A caller wanted to know if BAQ could be provided to people who live in housing where the occupant must purchase an air conditioner(s)? Response: After checking, I find that there are no provisions to return BAQ or any part of it to people who buy air conditioners. I do want you to know that there is a project in the works to have air conditioning installed in all houses. That proposal is scheduled to leave the base for review by higher authority in about three weeks. I know that won't help many of you who buy your air conditioners out of pocket. The project, if approved, will cost $2 to $3 million, plus about $250,000 a year for maintenance. urvives raid, or hijacking The state-controlled Egyptian newspaper Al Ahram said authorities in Egypt asked Malta to keep the air pirate in custody. He is hospitalized, his condition not revealed. Egypt's news media today reported Libya was behind the hijacking. Egypt itself identified the hijackers as members of a faction opposed to the leadership of PLO chairman Yasser Arafat. The drama began on Saturday night when the Athens-to-Cairo Boeing 737 was commandeered after takeoff to an airport in Malta. The 30 hours of terror ended Sunday night when 25 Egyptian fighters stormed the plane, resulting in a 10-minute gunbattle. A total of 60 people died in the bloodiest hijacking and rescue in history. One of the dead was an American, 38-yearold Scarlett Rogenkamp from Oceanside, Calif. Another American passenger is alive today because of his quick thinking. The 28-year-old, Patrick Baker of Salmon, Wash., faked death. A hijacker fired his pistol from close range, but it only grazed Baker's head. By Lt. Cadr. J.R. Fischer It is Theatre under the stars -and what a delight. The Little Theatre's Arsenic and Old Lace opens Friday at the elementary school amphitheatre at 8 p.m. After weeks of preparation, it all came together with the dress rehearsal. Sunday evening, a closed event, I was invited to see. The set, the characters and the director, Paul Lanman, were in top form. All that was missing was the Guantanamo community and heaps of laughter and applause. They will come soon enough. The play itself should be familiar to many. The setting is Brooklyn in 1941. The plot centers on the eccentric Brewster family -the two aunts and the three nephews. It is the character development and, in particular, the unexpected interaction of events that move the plot along to its ironic conclusion. The pace is fast and all the cast work together to make you forget that this is an amature production. I was particularly impressed with Lavonne Shearer's Abby Brewster. She is always in character and very convincing as one of the elderly aunts. Her performance is so natural that rather than stealing the show she provides strong support to all the other characters. Another standout is Dr. Einstein, played by Jack Rumbaugh. He is masterful in voice and gestures. If you can imagine Tim Conway playing the part of a foil to a gangster, you get the idea of Rumbaugh's Einstein. His interpretatio of the part provides much of the humor in the second and third Open Line Please tune into "Open Line" tonight at 7 p.m. on TV8 and hear and ask questions to special guest Bob Sinnott, director of Rec Services. U.S. swaps spy (UPI) -The government is reported to have swapped an accused spy for several imprisoned Ghanaians described as friendly to the interests of the United States. The sources say the government turned over Michael Soussoudis to the Ghanaian ambassador yesterday with orders that he leave the country within 24 hours. In exchange, Ghana is reported to have released several Ghanaians "friendly to the interests of the United States" over the wekend. Soussoudis' girlfriend, former CIA employee Sharon Scranage, received a five-year prison sentence yesterday for passing military secets to Ghana. acts. Jackie Hand adds comic relief as the other aunt -Martha Brewster. Her dress, appearance and delivery are simply terrific. The staff of TV8 are much in evidence in the play. Roger Manning plays Teddy Brewster an obvious candidate for the funny farm, but perhaps the least dangerous of the lot. Doug Gabos looks remarkably like James Cann in the God Father with his handling of Mort Brewster. Finally, Dezon Finch plays the errant brother Jonathan Brewster. By word and gaze you know he is an overt psychopath. Richard Gamble and Veronica Kearney have smaller parts, but make good use of their time on-stage. Rich plays officer O'Hara, a neighborhood cop who would rather be a playwright. Veronica plays Mort's girlfriend -literally the girl next door who hasn't a clue what her neighbors are really like. You will also recognize Richard Hand, Richard Kuzinerik, Chuck Wipplinger,Wayne Hendricks and Larry Corcran. These are not men of small talent, as they handled well major roles in other productions. And, in case you wondered who went with that voice that announces hurricane and tropical storm alerts, you will see Mike Whitehead as Lt. Rooney, the savy police officer who almost puts it all together. Well done Mike! You will have to see the story for yourself, I do not intend to reveal any of the surprises. This is a family show, so make plans now to bring the whole gang. Tickets are on sale for $2.50 from members of the cast, may be purchased at the main Navy Exchange or at the door. Parties of 12 or more may reserve seats for performances on the 29th, 30th and December 7th. Do not miss your little theatre's production of Arsenic and Old Lace. 1% ICHARD HND. .....asL. .THEREV. DR HARPE RIHRDKSERK. a .r_,FIE BOH x VEOIC EANYST .AsRI .NG .LAN HRE 1 DOU ABO S.ER.as.MORTIMERY BREWSTER WICAYNEHND.S.as.R.R. GIBBSR DOEO NINH.as.JO.THANY BREWSTER 1.} 1 RI CHJAC KUBAUGH.as .DICR EINSTEI I RItCHARD GAMBPLNE.as.OFFICER OKHAAI gr MACIHAN1HTEA. as .LIEUTHAENTREY 91-/ L ARYNE CONRICRAN.as .M. ITHRGSON 1 Sp cilforHale AeON N SHw.ill .as.J:A0 RWfTER r 1" JARICHARD H.as .T.E.RE. DR. HARPTERN,1 Ix RICHARDGKMBLEHE.as.OFFICER BOHY I~ IJl MCHCK WHIPLHIERD. .as. OFFICEU E TROKLEIN gtoVRNdiA KeachNoE wtc a HalleyNE HARet S,r WARYECO4RCRN.as. M.M. RSO 4,r NOVEAkDEI; i, 3: & & IIECEAHEI 7 AT 8.00 A U P 0 P C? }I Li 4-,1 Special for Halley's There will be a special 7:30/8 p.m. ferry Saturday night to accomodate people desiring to go to Windmill Beach to watch Halley's Comet. Vol. 41 -No. 226 Tuesday, November 26, 1985

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For your information. Office Closed -Due to Powe Down Day, the Vehicle Registration Office will be closed F iday, November 29. Fil-Am -The Fil-Am Club will hold its next general meeting/potluck Sunday, December 1, 1 p.m., Fil-Am grounds. The agenda includes the children's Christmas party and nomination of FY86 officer candidates. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, 2601 DWH, 2908 AWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. Prospective members are encouraged to attend. Fil-Am -The Fil-Am Club is hosting an "after Thanksgiving" potluck dinner/dance for members, their guests and prospective members at the Fil-Am grounds Saturday, November 30, 7 p.m. For more information, call Ivy Dualan, ?908 AWH, 2601 DWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. Fil-Am -The Fil-Am Club will host a children's Christmas party/potluck for members only Sunday, December 8, 7 p.m., reservations only. Submit names and ages of children to Ivy Dualan, 2601 DWH, 2908 AWH; or Gina Cowsert, 3755 AWH. There will be entertainment, and of course, Santa Claus will be there. Merry Christmas! Water Leak Survey -A water leak survey will be conducted in the Marina Point area by the Energy Action Team Thursday, December 5, 8:30 a.m. -4 p.m. The survey will be to detect leaks in the main lines running through this area. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated and will help toward the success of the Naval Base Energy conservation program. Fumigation Chamber -The Pest Control's fumigation chamber will be open Friday, November 29, 7:30 a.m. -3 p.m.; drop off your items you desire to be fumigated. Pick up of these items will be Tuesday, December 3, 7:30 a.m. -3 p.m. Holiday Heals -The surcharge rates for dependents of active duty and reserve members are waived for the 1985 Thanksgiving and Christmas Day meals at all Navy and Marine Corps general messes. By sharing holiday meals we can show our appreciation to our families for their continued support. Hail And Farewell -There will be a NAVBASE Hail and Farewell for all COMOeligible residents to join as a community in one big hail and farewell Saturday, December 7, Windward Officers Club. All commands, activities and services are invited. Tickets are on sale within commands or at the Deer Point Club. It is a 50s party with a prize for the most authentic outfit. See you there. Exercise -Due to Power Down Day, Friday, November 29, the "Stay in Shape" class will not meet. Neighbor and I wish you a Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy -"in moderation." Christmas House -You are invited to take a walk through the Christmas House, Sunday, December 1, 6:30 8:30 p.m. at the Hook, Christian Coffee House. There will be home baked Nativity scenes, beautiful decorations, home baked refreshments, and apple cider. Prepare your hearts for Christmas. For more information, contact Chaplain Prentiss, 4555; or Mimi Curtis, 2780. CPO Hail and Farewell -There will be a CPO Club Hail and Farewell Saturday, November 30, Harbor Lights Lounge. Chiefs will be hailing all chiefs that arrived September through November and saying farewell to those chiefs that are departing in December. The festivities begin at 6:30 p.m., with dinner scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available from departmental/activity representatives for $10 each. The ticket purchase deadline is tomorrow, November 27. For more information, contact JOCM Rook, 2300. Service -There will be an All Faith's Thanksgiving Day Service, Thursday, November 28, 10 a.m., Leeward Chapel. Beach Closed -Due to military training requirements, Cable Beach will be closed from Sunday, December 1 through Friday, December 20. Blue Caribe -The special at the Blue Caribe today is "Cornish Game Hen," baked in wine sauce, choice of potato, iced tea/coffee, $4.95. DAILY 6AZEIE U.S. Navy's Only Shore-based Daily Newspaper Capt. John Condon, USN.Cemander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ondr. Rick Fischer, USN .Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Byington.Assistant Public Affairs Officer JO2 Neil Guillebeau, USN .Managing Editor J03 Teri Thconas, USN .Assistant Editor Mrs. Susan Junkins .Secretary/Associate Editor Mr-s. Nancy Valdes.Secretary-in-training Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efiisoff .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 public affairs officer. The tily 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 Commander, U.S. Naval Base. COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD Wednesday's agenda. 1 to 3 a.m. -Wild Animal Control, Fleet Landing, CPO Club, and Marine Marina areas. 6:30 a.m. -Catholic Mass at Base Chapel. 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. -Live Firing, VC-10. 9 a.m. -Deadline for deparment heads to submit daily muster report to admin office. 9 a.m. -Mom's Support Group, Family Service Center, 4141 or 4153. 1 p.m. -Health care Consumer Council Meeting, Education and Training Room, Naval Hospital. 6:30 p.m. -Cub Scout Pack 401 Den 2 Meeting, Morin Center. 7 p.m. -Family Fitness, W.T. Sampson Elementary School Multi-purpose Room, 3742 AWH. 8 p.m. -MOVIES -COMO, (No movie will be shown at the COMO on Wednesday due to lack of participation) ; Windjammer, "Tuff Turf;" CPO, "Code of Silence" Downtown, "Baby, Secret of the Lost Legend;" McCalla, "Gotcha;" Marine, "Missing In Action II, The Beginning;" DEERS confirms health care eligibility DEERS is the "Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System." It confirms who is entitled to health care at Uniformed Serices hospitals and clinics who qualifies for CHAMPUS benefits, both of which reduce fraud. The system determines how many people are in our area, (both military and government employees and their dependents), qualify for military health care. In turn, planners are more effective in presenting to Congress the requirements for doctors, nurses, technicians, facilities, supplies, and equipment. Once enrolled, each individual's name goes into a data base. DEERS is updated when the sponsor, survivor, or the service reports a change in status. From then on, eligibility for benefits can be checked immediately at military or public service health care facilities. CHAMPUS is also tied into the DEERS system to verify eligibility. S6 where does our Guantanamo Bay family fit in? Well, if you are on active duty, no action is necessary -you are enrolled. But, for all our "DoD CONUS Hire" civilians, now is your time to get into DEERS. Within the next few weeks, you will be receiving a letter from CCPO together with a DD-1172 explaining how to fill out the form in order to get you and your family enrolled. It is especially important that the completed forms be signed and returned to CCPO as soon as possible. Should you have questions in filling out the forms, you may call Beverly Leopold in CCPO, 4209/4615; or PN2 Bonner at the Personnel Support Detachment, 4147. Red Cross needs help to help By Luis Sanquirico As you probably know, President Ronal d Reagan mentioned the American Red Cross Emergency Disaster Campaign during his morning address on November 16. He also commended the organization for their relief efforts and added "that now it is our turn to show our gratitude." As most of you know, effective November 7, and due to the many natural disasters we have had recently, Red Cross launched a campaign to ensure they will be prepared for future disasters. Since July, Red Cross committed almost $48 million to the many disasters that occurred here and abroad. That amount surpasses our budget by almost $13 million. Red Cross is financially funded by voluntary donations from the public, so we are now appealing to all Americans to unite in a common goal.to search their hearts and join in this combined effort. We want to demonstrate to other nations that though "free" to choose our paths, we are united when calamity affects our own or other nations. Those who benefitted from Red Cross disaster assistance in the past will always be ready to respond, yet others will be totally deaf, as somewhere down the road they were not able to obtain a service they felt they deserved. Fortunatley, however, when Americans know they can help others less fortunate, those resentments and boundaries are put aside and they become part of a "team" that makes involvement genuine and sincere. We responded formidably during the African Famine campaign. Despite the fact the CFC Campaign is ongoing and the holidays are just around the corner, let us realize that our compassion and generosity will hopefully allow an American family to share some of the joy they might otherwise miss. Group donations or individual donations can be brought to the Red Cross Office, building 928, next to the Sound Scene. Checks or money orders should be made payable to the American Red Cross Emergency Disaster Relief Campaign. Please give generously to the Red Cross or other CFC charities. We will help, will you? Leeward, "Tomboy." Ticket purchase deadline for chief petty officer Hail and farewell is Wednesday, November 27, call 2300. *** If you have notes of interest for the community, submit them into writing (Attention: Agenda) to the Dai Gazette (Stop 53), Bldg. 76 (Admin Hill). Please include event, date and time of event, place of event and phone number for further information. 0 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 conplaint or a strong opinion about a certain issue? Well then, write a letter to the editor (Stop 53). Are you an aspiring journalist and want to write a story? Please, let us know what is on your mind. And if you have a special black and white photoaph you woula like to see in print, bring it by our office. TeDaily Gazette staff is in Building 760 (Admin Hill) anriD are open from at least midnight to 4:30 p.m., Sunday night to Friday afternoon. If we can help you in any way, give us a call at extension 4819 or 4502. We are good and getting better. With your help, we will be the best newspaper in the Navy! Tuesday, November 26, 1985 Honor students Twelfth Grade D. Jai Smith Scott Brinton Christopher Brooks Jodie Lybrand Yolanda Rodriguez Johnny Roper Leonor Sanchez John Stogden Charlene Trotman Eleventh Grade Anna Anderson Liza Ayotte Tami Chesley Charmaine Collins Catherine Johnson Shawn Kluesener Chuck Stafford Tenth Grade Adam Haberman Charles Slack Becky Van Londen William Blankenship Brian Gallen Ida Rodriguez Darrin Hyatt Tamme Clawson Pamela Lane Anthony Klette Ninth Grade Zuleme Stogden Maxima Sanchez Shannon Stafford Andrea Steward Angela Steward Rebecca Brookman Analee Barrera Rebecca Brookman Annalee Barrera Sherri Dickey Matthew Nault Eighth Grade Jennifer Barrera John Brown Lara Head Jeremy Heveron Brian Kitchens Anna Klette Brian LaRue Christopher Mahew Glenn Molander Jr. Richard Parsons Angela Raible Kathleen Ripport Ronald Cabreros Kimberly Ferguson Kathleen Feyh Karen Hollinsworth Elissa Philbrick Mark Sampson Lisa Winters 0W 2 Daily Gazette

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job market NEX jobs The Navy Exchange has the following job openings. Please contact the Personnel Office at Bldg. AV-34, McCalla Hill, or phone 4348/4508. POSITION AND GRADE #1-85 Sales Clerk P/T PS-1/$3.66 leading to PS-2/$3.99 or LE6-2 $2.75 leading to l0S-3/$3.42 #1-1-85 Identification Checker F/T PS-1/$3.66 or LPS-2/$2.75 #131-85 Food Service Worker F/T NA-1/$3.57 or LJl-1/$2.30 #114585 General Clerk leading to Procurement )Clerk F/T AS-3/$4.37 leading to AS-4/$4.68 or LS-3/$3.42 #146-85 Vend Operation Clerk (Typing) P/T AS-3/$.37 or LE-2/$2.75 #147-85 Payroll Clerk F/T AS-5/$5.01 or LGSM/$4.08 #148-85 Sales Clerk (Specialty) F/T PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 #15-85 Carpenter F/T Not to exceed 90 days NA-9/$6.26 or LWG-9/$4.89 #152-85 General Clerk P/T AS-3/$4.37 or LS-3/$3.42 #151-85 Personalized Services Clerk F/T PS-3/$4.27 or LGS-3/$3.42 #153-85 Cashier P/T AS-3/$4.37 or 11-3/$3.42 #154-85 Head Sales Clerk F/T PS-5/$4.84 or LGS-4/$4.08 #155-85 Cashier F/T CAGE 3/$4.37 or LGS-3/$3.42 CLOSING LOCATION OPEN RETAIL STORE MINI MART OPEN MINI MART OPEN STOPLIGHT INN OPEN PROCURMENT OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN VENDING ACCOUNTING RETAIL STORE MAINTENANCE PERSONALIZED SERVICES PERSONALIZED SERVICES CASHIER CAGE RETAIL STORE RETAIL STORE CASHIER'S RETAIL STORE MCX jobs The Marine Corps Exchange has the following position available. Applications will be accepted until 11:30 a.m. November 29. a. Sales Clerk, PS-2091-2, part-time position (required to work up to a maximum of 34 tours per week); two required. For further information and a copy of the position description, please contact the Marine Corps Exchange secretary (Bldg. M-613) or phone 2330/2570. NBCPO jobs U.S. NON-U.S. CITIZEN JOB VACANCIES AT NBCPO: Applications should be submitted to the Naval Base Civilian Personnel Office by the close of business December 3. Additional information concerning these vacancies may be obtained at the Naval Base Civilin Personnel Office or by reviewing Vacancy Announcements posted on official bulletin boards. ANN. No. 235-85-A 247-85 251-85 252-85 NAF-77-85-B NAF-82-85-A NAF-86-85 NAF-87-85 POSITION AND TITLE Transportation Clerk (Typing), GS/IOS-2102-04, TEP. Not to exceed Supply Clerk, GS/LGS-2005-05 TEMP. Not to exceed 1 yr Management Assistant, GS-344-07 Procurement Clerk, (Typing), GS-1106-03 leadingto GS-04or GS-04 Secretary (Typing), AS-318-05 Custodial Worker, NA/LIG-3566-01 Intermittent-scheduled Gardener, NA/IWG-5003-04 Part time/Multiple vaancies Recreation Assistant (Youth Activities) PS-189-06/11E-189-05, Part Time LOCATION NAS Supply Captroller Supply CO Club Ren Services BEQ Rec Services THIS 'N THAT Lane and Balamaci return after 34 years By JOl Stacey Byington Can you imagine how different Guantanamo Bay will be in 34 years? Think of the changes that greeted hospital corpsman Chris Lane and JO striker George Balamaci this past week when they returned to the base after 34 years. The two men were visiting the base to help celebrate the 30th anniversary Open House at TV-8. In 1951, Chris Lane was a hospital corpsman who, in his spare time, worked at the base radio station, then known as WGBY. He made good use of what he learned here, and now works for CBS network television in Los Angeles, Calif. Lane also has a weekly radio station which you can hear five nights at week on AM 1340 at 8 p.m. George Balamaci was assigned to WGBY in 1951. Today he is the Chief of News and Sports for the Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) Programming Center, also in Los Angeles. He is the person who decides what news and sports events are recorded and sent to AFRTS outlets around the world. The two men did a great deal of reminiscing during their travels around the base last week. "In 1951 Guantanamo Bay was 'the' the place to be stationed," said Lane. "The base was not restricted then and you could travel all around Cuba. I remember taking the train from Caimanera to Guantanamo City for liberty." "Or, you could take a wild plane ride through the mountains to Santiago from Guantanamo City," said Balamaci. "There were very few street lights on the base then," continued Balamaci. "I remember traveling long stretches of road on my Vespa (a motorized scooter that was the main form of transportation for most people then) with only the moon and the stars to see by." "This was also the last base where Marines used mules to walk the fenceline," said Lane. "In fact, the last Marine Jules were retired before I left the base in 1952." Chris Lane met his wife, Cherie, here. She was the daughter of the Director of Transportation, and is a 1951 graduate of Guantanamo Bay High School. Mr. and Mrs. Lane were married in Guantanamo City. Mrs. Lane has her own memories. "You have better housing now than we had then. Most people lived in quonset huts, with two families to one building, with a partition separating one family from another," she said. "But we had a better night life. Back then there wasn't any television, and people did not spend as much time at home. There were a lot of Cuban women working on the base, and almost everyone had a maid and someone to help out or babysit their children. People had more time for socializing. We had base bands, dances almost every Friday and Saturday nights, movies and parties all the time. "We also had better bus service. The buses ran every 10 minutes. For people with no other form of transportation, the buses were the only way to get around. There wasn't any taxi, and of course, no stoplight." Both Lane and Balamaci contribute their success of today to what they learned here, at Guantanamo Bay, in 1951 and 1952. Balamaci said he had been fascinated by radio as a small boy, but it was here that he really got started on his career. In addition to doing his radio shows, he also worked as a sports stringer, contributing a weekly sports column for the base paper, then known as the 'Indian.' "I got my start in broadcasting at Guantanamo Bay," said Lane. It was here that I learned to communicate with people, and what I learned here gave me my self-awareness." Lane has worked with stations across the United States, including WLS, Chicago; KYA, San Francisco; WOKY, Milwaukee; and WIL, St. Louis. Both men enjoyed their visit. "A lot of things have changed," said Lane, "but a lot is still the same." Balamaci went to work for AFRTS in 1961. He has been with them ever since, for more than 24 years, first in New York City, then Washington, D.C., and now at the programming center in Los Angeles. After leaving Guantanamo Bay, he left the Navy and went to work for KFXJ-TV, Grand Junction, Colo. Balamaci also worked for several radio stations, including WAHR, Miami Beach; WVOX, New Rochelle, New York; and WRKT, Cocoa Beach, Fla. Potpourri & Grab AUTOS 7 Datsun B-210 hatchback, body and motor in top shape, great gas mileage, $1000 firm. Available December 17. Call Dean at 6439 DWH or 3113 AWH. '77 Ford Courier, 5-speed, cassette radio, not a GTMO Special, but does have some body rust. Great vehicle for diving, $1000. Call 2346 after 7 p.m. Available on December 13 only. A GTMO Special will be available on December 13. The price is $565 and the vehicle is a '67 Dodge Coronet. Runs and drives super, but does not look great. Call Lee at 2790 AT. '74 Datsun 710 Wagon, in good running condition, but needs body work. Asking $800 and will be available December 17. Call 2328 AT. '70 Hornet, 2-door, in very good condition, $700 neg. Call 4115 DWH Chevy 1/2 ton pick up, as is. 1 l2959 IWH. BOATS Cobia 20' with trailer, 65hp Johnson outboard w/2hp kicker, two gas cans, two batteries, two anchors, three life jackets, Orlin fllaregun w/flares, CB radio w/antenna plus a locker full of extras, $2000 or best offer. Leaving December 17 ard must sell. Call ean at 6439 WN or 3113 AWH. 30' Pontoon boat, fully carpeted with head, awing, 40hp Evinrude outboard, many other extras. Call Stan at 3584. GOLF CART Golf cart. Getting short. Call Tom at 3190 AWH. The Saler AUTO PARTS '68 Ford truck model F520, as is for parts. Call 2959 IH. '70 Ford truck model F600, as is or for parts. Call 2959 DWH. TWO WHEELERS '80 Yamaha 400 Special, good looking, runs excellent, many new items. Also one '79 Yamaha 400 comes with it for parts, $1000 or best offer. Call 2258 AT. '73 Honda 100cc, needs work, engine good. Call 3211 AT. '80 Silver Puch moped, good running condition, $180 or best offer. Call RI Shepard at 4503 MH. 400 KZ new paint job, new fenders (chrone), excellent shape. Contat EMC Richards at 4898 NWH or come by BEQ E-306 or call 3005 AWH. '81 Suzuki GS-450, new rear tire, battery, runs great, helmet included, $875. Call 6349/6398 DWH. '80 Yamaha 400 Special, must sell, $800 or best offer. Good condition, comes with two helmets. Call PO Wallace at 4134. CARPETING Beautiful 6x9 Oriental carpet, colors are navy blue, tan, beige, and cadet blue with a background color of deep red, seven months old, excellent condition, $70. Call 4515/4707 INH or 3219 AWH. LOST One set of matching wedding rings in one of the housing areas. Reward offered. If found, please call, 3747 AWH or 2355 INH and ask for Steve. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Christmas is near and what I have here can bring much good cheer. Sharp SC-8000 stereo receiver w/computer controlled cassette deck, timer/alarm; Sharp RP-900 turntable; Pioneer reverberation amplifier; aux. cassette deck; two Sharp speakers; two cassette tape cabinets; includes stereo stand; great for teen or someone with a discrimating ear. Excellent condition, $450 neg. Call Ray at 3755 AWH. Panasonic stereo system w/speakers, AM/FM receiver, turntable and tape deck, $300. Call 2268 NWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 23,000 BTU, needs work, $50. Call 2258 AT. One 5,800 BTU, $115 or best onfe Call Lee at 2790 AT. If not home, please leave message. Whirlpool 14,000 BTU, 14 months old, excellent condition, $350; one fairly old, but cools, $50. Call 4492 AT or can be seen at CO 13. Available anytime. Airtemp 18,500 BTU, $300; Whirlpool 12,000 BTU w/energy saver, $200. Available December 2. Call 2328 AT. One 18,000 BTU, good condition, $225. Call 3305 IWH or 3659 AWH. SERVICES Will do final house cleaning, guaranteed to pass. Call Rosa oBill at 3522 AWH. Will clean house for final inspection. Highly qualified. Call 3220 AT. ANNIVERSARY CAKE CUTTING! Open House was held Sunday JOCM Dave Rook (left), to celebrate 30 years of George Balamaci and Chris Armed Forces Radio and Lane help Capt. John Television Service (AFRTS) Condon, COMNAYBASE in Guantanamo Bay. (Photo (center), cut the cake at by PHi Don Dguid). TO-8's Open House. The Rec Services survey results In a continuing look at the Smart compass data today, we will focus on Leisure Pattern. The following data is a representative of our military community. Work week by rank: Workweek less than 40 hours, five percent E1-E3, four percent E4-ES, six percent E6-E9, 11 percent 01-03 and 11 percent 04-010; 40 to 49 hours, 65 percent E1-E3, 65 percent E4-ES, 55 percent E6-E9, 33 percent 01-03 and 44 percent 04-010; 50 to 59 hours, 10 percent E1-E3, 17 percent E4-E5, 20 percent E6-E9, 33 percent 01-03 and 44 percent 04-010; more than 60 hour 20 percent E1-E3, 15 percent E4-E5, 19 pe-cent E6-E9, 22 percent 01-03 and zero percent 04-010. It is overwhelming that most military members work more than 40 hours per week. In fact, it is safe to say that 75 percent of the milita-y community is working from 40 to 59 hours per week. The hours worked results in less hours for free or leisure time. Add to these working hours an additional time that is used to prepare for the day and then the time needed to wash clothes, mow the lawn, fix the car, shop, etc. These time allotments also determine hours available for recreation. (Continued tomorrow) 3 Daily Gazette Tuesday, November 26, 1985 -V _.

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Sports standings Basketball Eastern Conference Atlantic Division Boston N w Jersey Philadelphia Iashingtor. New York Milwaukee Detroit Atlanta Cleveland Chicago Indiana Denver Houston Utah San Antonio Dallas Sacramento Los Angeles Lakers Portland Golden State Los Angeles Clippers Seattle Phoenix Philadelphia Washington New York Islanders New York Rangers New Jersey Pittsburgh Boston Buffalo Quebec Montreal Hartford St. Louis Chicago Minnesota Detroit Toronto Edmonton Calgary Vancouver Winnipeg Los Angeles Central 1 2 .846 9 7 .563 6 7 .462 6 8 .429 3 11 .214 Division 13 5 .722 0 5 .667 7 8 .467 6 9 .400 6 10 .375 3 11 .214 Western Conference Midwest Division 11 3 10 5 9 7 7 8 6 7 4 10 Pacific Division 13 2 10 7 7 9 6 8 6 9 2 13 Hockey Wales Conference Partrick Division 17 4 0 12 6 3 9 7 4 10 10 1 8 10 1 6 12 3 Adams Division 11 6 4 12 8 1 10 9 1 9 8 3 9 10 0 Campbell Conference Norris Division 8 8 3 8 10 3 6 10 5 4 12 4 4 13 3 Smythe Division 15 4 2 10 7 3 9 11 2 8 11 2 5 14 2 Football American Conference East New York Jets 9 3 0 New England 8 4 0 Miami 8 4 0 Indianapolis 3 9 0 Buffalo 2 10 0 Central Cleveland 6 6 0 Pittsburgh 6 6 0 Houston 5 7 0 Cincinnati 5 7 0 Hest Los Angeles Raiders 8 4 0 Denver 8 4 0 Seattle 6 6 0 San Diego 5 7 0 Kansas City 4 8 0 National Conference East Dallas 8 4 0 New York Giants 8 4 0 Washington 7 5 0 Philadelphia 6 6 0 St. Louis 4 8 0 Central X-Chicago 12 0 0 Detroit 6 6 0 Green Bay 5 7 0 Minnestoa 5 7 0 Tampa Bay 2 10 0 West Los Angeles Rams 9 3 0 San Francisco 7 5 0 New Orleans 4 8 0 Atlanta 2 10 0 X-Clinched Division Title and Playoff Berth 31 5 51 81 1 1 4 51 6 8 .786 .667 .563 .467 .462 .286 .867 .588 .438 .429 .400 .133 34 27 22 21 17 15 26 25 21 21 18 19 19 17 12 11 32 23 20 18 12 .750 .667 .667 .250 .167 .500 .500 .417 .417 .667 .667 .500 .417 .333 .667 .667 .583 .500 .333 1.000 .500 .417 .417 .167 .750 .583 .333 .167 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1 1/2 3 4 1/2 4 1/2 7 4 6 1/2 6 1/2 7 11 104 82 77 80 69 75 89 82 79 81 68 66 86 77 65 74 103 88 89 79 71 303 240 298 214 162 201 272 206 299 274 294 267 319 222 254 282 218 200 203 359 230 246 244 247 258 294 220 218 65 65 78 66 76 82 72 64 72 80 77 75 92 82 103 89 73 73 92 102 106 197 200 245 292 256 172 218 270 325 261 252 244 332 278 214 196 225 210 290 127 260 281 278 350 198 193 323 357 SPORTS WORLD Seattle's strategy backfires, 49ers up record 7-7 (AP) -The San Francisco 49ers knocked off Seattle 19-6 last night in a game that featured a safety, three blocked kicks, points taken off the board and a power failure. The win ups the Niners' record to 7-and-5, two games behind the division-leading Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West. The Seahawks now stand 6-and-6 and remain alive for an American Conference playoff berth with four games to play. Joe Montana threw touchdown passes of 27 yards to Fred Solomon and 22 yards to Dwight Clark, but the all-pro quarterback also tossed a season-high three interceptions. San Francisco got a 32-yard field goal from Ray Wersching and a safety from defensive lineman John Harty, who tackled Seattle running back Curt Warner in the end zone. Seattle's points came when Sam Merriman blocked a punt and fell on the loose ball in the end zone. San Francisco than blocked down the extra point try. Earlier, the 49ers batted down a Seattle field goal attempt. Norm Johnson kicked a field goal for the Seahawks in the first half. Seattle accepted a penalty on the 49ers, wiping out the three points. The strategy backfired when Johnson missed a 49-yard attempt shortly afterward. Most of the Candlestick Park lights went out during the third quarter, forcing a slight delay in play. (UPI) -Rain continues to plague the Australian Open Tennis Championship. A torrential downpour hit Melbourne today, forcing suspension of play before any matches could begin. Chris Evert Lloyd had been scheduled to meet South African Ros Fairbank, a match that has been rescheduled for tomorrow. Off the court, John McEnroe is Sports b Hockey (UPI) -After struggling earlier this season, the Minnesota North Stars are beginning to gain a little momentum. Last night, the North Stars traveled to Buffalo and upended the Adams Division leaders, 4-3. Brian Lawton snapped a 2-2 deadlock early in the third period and Keith Action scored the game-winner on a short-handed goal with two minutes and 21 seconds left. Plane Crash (UPI) -A sad note in the world of sports today. A small plane carrying seven people, including four members of the Iowa State Women's Cross-Country Team, crashed in Des Moines last night. All seven were killed. The twin-engine plane attempted to land in freezing drizzle when it crashed. the center of another controversy. According to a newspaper report, McEnroe grabbed a reporter around the throat and threw him over a sofa in the lobby of a downtown hotel where he is staying. The incident apparently was caused when the reported asked McEnroe about his relationship with his actress-girlfriend, Tatum O'Neal. riefs College Basketball (UPI) -Second-ranked Georgia Tech opened it season with a lopsided win over South Carolina Aiken. The Yellow Jackets set a school scoring record, beating their out-manned opponents, 119-60. John Salley led the way with 21 points. Fourteenth-ranked North Carolina State defeated Western Carolina, 80-57, and eightennth-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas topped South Carolina, 73-56. Baseball (UPI) -Second baseman Bobby Grich has re-signed with the California Angels. Although Grich was eligible for free agency, the 36-year-old veteran says after nine years with the Angels, it just would not be the same if he had to move to another team. Grich hit .242 with 13 homers during the 1985 season. Jazz squeaks past Pacers 102-101 at buzzer (UPI) -Carl Malone's tip at the buzzer enabled the Utah Jazz to squeak by the Indiana Pacers, 102-101, in the only game on the NBA calender last night. Adrian Dantley led the Jazz with 25 points while Clark Kellong was high for the Pacers with 20. English was named yesterday as the NBA's player of the week. In four games last week, he scored 122 points, including a career-high 54 point effort against Houston. NIT stages pre-season, post-season (UPI) -Organizers of the National Invitation Tournament decided to stage the NIT in both the pre-season and post-season. The pre-season edition began last week at four neutral sites and the quarter-finals were played Sunday. At Cincinnati, 10th-ranked Louisville beat Tulsa 80-74. The attendance was 6,720, and number-four Kansas defeated number-17 Washington 69-64 in Denver. The announced crowd, 3,237. At Hartford, St. John's dropped West Virginia 65-58. In the stands, 2,828 people. And finally, fourth-ranked Duke toppled number-16 AlabamaBirmingham in Houston before all of 947 fans. The semi-finals and finals are scheduled this weekend at New York's Madison Square Garden. The Garden seats 19,591 for basketball. Or put another way, if everyone who attended all four of Sunday's games showed up at the Garden, there would still be 9,096 empty seats. Before the Indiana game, per game. Denver's Alex English Dantley led the NBA in scoring was a close second with an with an average of 31.9 points average of 31.6. Local sports 1 Bowling -On Saturday, November 30, there will be a bowling night for the teens. The fun begins at the Bowling Center at 7:30 p.m. For $3 we will have three games of bowling, a trophy for the highest girl scorer, highest boy scorer, along with Blue Pin Bowling, a strike on a blue pin wins a free game. For an additional $2 there will be a Thanksgiving Special: a turkey sandwich, fries, cranberry sauce and a soda. The Youth Center will be closed on Wednesday, November 27, and Thursday, November 28, due to the Powder Puff Football game and Thanksgiving. Swim Meet -There will be a Recreation Swim Meet, Saturday, November 30, 6 p.m., Windjammer Pool. For more information, contact Donna Bowers, 2560. Diving -There will be a Reef Raiders Scuba Special Thanksgiving Day turkey at Windmill Beach Cabana #1, 3 p.m. Come out and join us for some good food and conversation. Diving -The following PADI Scuba courses are offered: December 3: Open Water Diver, fee is $115. December 14: Divemaster, fee is $150. For more information, contact Keith Mattson, Master Scuba Diver Trainer, 4947 DWH or 3550 AWH. F.A.K. -Recreation Services After School Program Fun in the Afternoon has upcoming spots available. If your child is in grades one through six and would be interested in this program, call Susan Yaeger, 3195, 2450. Powder Puff --The W.T. Sampson High School proudly presents the annual Powder Puff football game, Wednesday, November 27, 7 p.m., Cooper Field. The junior and senior girls will battle it out to see who is number one. Tickets are on sale, $1.50 for adults, $1 for students and children under six will be admitted free. So, buy your ticket soon. Marina -On Thanksgiving Day, from 10 a.m. -1 p.m., the Windward Marina will offer a Fun Day. All paddle boats will be $1 for three hours, all Sailboards will be $2, and Lasers will be $5, between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. The Marina will be open from 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. Call Tony or Janet for information, 2345 or 2991. Walk/Run -A new Walk/Run Club has been started, every Tuesday and Thursday, 6 -7 p.m., across from Recreation Services at Cooper Field. This club is open to both men and women. Mileage certificates and T-shirts will be offered. For more information, contact Terri Edison, 3195 or 2450. 4 Daily Gazette Tuesday, November 26, 1985 Rain plagues Australian Open Fan fact (UPI) -The longest winning streak in NCAA basketball history is 88 straight. Can you name the school that owns the record? UCLA won 88 straight games between 1971 and '74.